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Cherry Creek reclaims boys tennis crown

Regis Jesuit senior Morgan Schilling won his second straight Class 5A No. 1 singles title, and Cherry Creek added another team championship to its lengthy list of accomplishments. Schilling and the …
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South metro teams ready for football

All south metro area schools, except for Littleton High, will be playing football this fall. The Colorado High School Activities Association Board of Directors recently gave schools the option to …
Dani Cranford of Highlands Ranch watches a low pitch go by during a Sept. 2 softball game against Rock Canyon. The Rock Canyon catcher is Katie Dack. Softball players have to check in, wear masks to practices and games, satanize balls and try to have spectators keep social distancing under COVID-19 guidelines.

Roundup of preps games around area

In recent high school sports matchups around the south metro area:  Two-time defending boys state tennis champions Regis Jesuit faced Cherry Creek, the state runner-up the past two seasons, in a …
Cross country runners this season must follow COVID guidelines like all other sports that are currently playing during the CHSAA’s Season A.

Practice amid pandemic is ongoing challenge

Mountain Vista boys tennis players with face masks on hiked up to the tennis facility, then checked in and had their temperatures taken before heading onto the courts. It’s all part of the …

Hopes for fall Colorado high school football season thwarted

Amid pressure to allow more fall sports, the Colorado High School Activities Association board of directors met Sept. 8 to discuss an adjustment of the previously approved 2020-21 sports calendar, …

Rock Canyon’s Sydney Boulaphinh (14) watches as second baseman Annika Sprague (12) throws to first base in the third inning of the Sept. 2 softball game between the top-ranked Jaguars and Highlands Ranch. Rock Canyon won the game, 12-0.

Lopsided game against Highlands Ranch gives top team Rock Canyon a break

Rock Canyon’s softball team is no stranger to being the No. 1 team in the state. The Jaguars were top-ranked last season and went into the state tournament as the top-seeded team but lost 6-3 to …
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