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Not yet at the finish line: Memories of the Boston Marathon live on for Colorado Springs-area runners

News: Local News Updated: 7 hr ago

The Boston Marathon memories that replay in Kerri Coady's mind never actually took place. Stopping to stretch when her muscles cramped, popping into a porta potty along the course, perhaps slowing to walk for a bit. - She did none of those things, but if she had, Coady could have crossed the...

Oral history: Area runners recall moments after Boston Marathon tragedy

Sports Updated: 19 hr ago

It was at 2:49 p.m. EDT when two homemade bombs - separated by 14 seconds - killed three people and injured more than 250 others near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Several dozen area runners participated in that event, and they recall the confusing, chaotic moments immediately after...

Klee: Charlie Blackmon in the cockpit for Colorado Rockies

Sports: Rockies/Sky Sox Updated: 23 hr ago

Folding the laundry in his locker, cleaned fresh after a seven-game road trip, the center fielder for the Rockies ranks his career aspirations. ...

Lyles' pitching, reversed call key Rockies' win

Sports: Rockies/Sky Sox Updated: 16 hr ago

Jordan Lyles pitched effectively into the eighth inning and Colorado was aided by a reversed call in the Rockies' 3-1 win ...

Colorado Springs blanked on just two hits

Sports: Rockies/Sky Sox Updated: 15 hr ago

A day after scoring 10 runs amid a number of big offensive outings, the Colorado Springs Sky Sox were blanked 3-0 on two hits by ...

Former Colorado College player Nate Prosser living a Minnesotan's dream playing for Wild

Sports: David Ramsey Updated: 21 hr ago

Nate Prosser, a former Colorado College defensive star, spent many nights driving 45 minutes from his family home in Elk River, Minn. ...

NCHC weighing playoff changes

Sports Updated: 18 hr ago

A strong debut season does not mean the National Collegiate Hockey Conference will not consider some changes, including to its postseason. ...

Rapids, Earthquakes play to scoreless tie

Sports Updated: 17 hr ago

Alan Gordon hit the crossbar in the opening minute for San Jose and that was as close as the Earthquakes and the Colorado Rapids got ...

Spectator from Colorado Springs recalls frantic, frightening experience in Boston Marathon

Sports Updated: 7 hr ago

Those are bombs, an authoritative voice shouted. And for perhaps the first time in human...

Area runners eager to race in support of Boston

News: Local News Updated: 17 hr ago

Mike Marty affectionately gazed back at the Boston Marathon finish line, thoroughly smitten. ...

Capsules of 10 runners from the Colorado Springs area who finished the 2013 Boston Marathon

Sports Updated: 21 hr ago

The Gazette spoke with 10 runners from Colorado Springs who finished the 2013 Boston Marathon before the bombs turned the festive day tragic.

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    In the fight for the 4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference baseball title, round 1 went to Lewis-Palmer. The Rangers edged rival Palmer Ridge 2-1 at home Saturday afternoon to take a two-game lead over the Bears in the conference. The two best 4A teams in the city, and two of the best in the state, went toe-to-toe for seven innings, with a...

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  • Friday's high school box scores

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  • Indians hang with state's best

    Buried into her cellphone, Cheyenne Mountain junior Kylee Sullivan stood in her own world after Friday's round at the Eisenhower Golf Club. There was no secret as to why. Prom night at Cheyenne Mountain High School is only one week away. Before that, however, the Indians and their best golfer were nothing but focused on the sun-splashed...

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  • Williams gives Sky Sox second straight walk-off win

    A different night, and a different hero, but the result was the same for the resilient Sky Sox. For the second game in a row, Colorado Springs battled back for a walk-off victory, this time on an RBI single by catcher Jackson Williams. After an intentional walk to Angelys Nina loaded the bases with the game tied at 9, Williams got ahead in...

  • Girls' tennis: While Doherty dominates homecourt tournament, Mitchell senior has big day

    In her only year at a new school, Hannah Dailey finally put it all together in the same day against her District 11 rivals. Fueled by an early-morning 6-2, 6-4 victory against Doherty's Natalie Becar, Dailey parlayed that into a career day at the District 11 tournament Friday at Doherty. She later carried that momentum through to a sweep of...

  • Tulo backs Chatwood and Rockies pound Phillies

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