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Mountain Vista wasn't able to overcome Overland's speed and strong inside game as the Golden Eagles lost to the Trailblazers 64-36, knocking them out of the state Class 5A boys basketball playoffs. “Our guys played hard, but Overland played … more
Valor Christian knew Holy Family could be a stumbling block in its path for a state title. So it wasn't a surprise that the first half of its quarterfinal game was close before the Valor Christian's girls basketball team advanced to the Class 4A … more
Taylor Rusk, coach Paula Krueger and the rest of the ThunderRidge girls basketball team didn't leave the Denver Coliseum disappointed. ThunderRidge rolled to a 57-36 victory over Ralston Valley March 6 in a Great 8 game and advanced to the Class … more
ThunderRidge's boys basketball team has apparently has regained its mojo. The Grizzlies didn't have a field goal in final 3:14 of their March 7 Great 8 game against Continental League rival Chaparral at the Denver Coliseum. However, the … more
Annie Ochitwa and Ella Moynihan are good friends and are the 2015 Colorado Community Media South Metro Girls Swimmers of the Year. Ochitwa, a senior from ThunderRidge, won the 50- and 100-yard freestyle events for the second consecutive season at … more
High school athletes have higher grade-point averages, better attendance, lower dropout rates and fewer discipline problems than non-athletes, statistics show. Girls' participation in high school sports nationally set a record in 2013-14, yet … more
It appeared for over 26 minutes that ThunderRidge's boys basketball season would end in a Class 5A playoff game against Horizon Feb. 28 in the Grizzlies' gym. Luckily for ThunderRidge, games last for 32 minutes, and the Grizzlies turned a … more
In Gabby Smith’s opinion, special-needs athletes don’t get enough credit. At the high school level, they usually only have the choice of basketball or soccer to play, she said. Smith, 17, a senior at ThunderRidge High School, enjoys most … more
As far as I know, world champion wrestler, boxing trainer and strongman William Muldoon only set foot in Colorado for a few fights, but that did not stop him from being connected with the place. … more
ThunderRidge’s Matt Stanley knew the odds were stacked against him heading into the 195-pound championship match on Feb. 21 at the state wrestling tournament at the Pepsi Center. Stanley was pitted against unbeaten Jacob Seely from Fruita … more
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