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Caitlyn White is used to getting quirky looks. The 14-year-old ThunderRidge freshman knows bowling is not a mainstream high school sport. "Some people ask what sports do you play, and I say … more
Teams collected a total of 30 hits and scored 21 runs during the May 5, Golden-Littleton league playoff baseball game. But it was a see-saw battle with four lead changes, one tie and the issue in doubt until the final out was recorded. When that out … more
A sand trap placed in a troublesome position in the fairway or around the green can be a feared hazard in golf. Most professional golfers have learned how to expertly deal with sand traps, or bunkers, but many amateurs try to avoid them to keep … more
Game summary: Runs proved hard to come by for the first seven innings of the May 2 Faith Christian-Lutheran league baseball game. But the Eagles bats came alive in the top of the eights, pushing … more
Casey Pruitt, baseball, senior, Alameda: In the Pirates' 7-0 shutout over Englewood on April 26, Pruitt went 4-for-4, scored two runs and stole four bases. Jordan Remley, golf, senior, Ralston … more
After watching Jordan Remley hit a precise approach shot toward the 18th green at Broken Tee Englewood to finish a 3-under-par round of 69, I assumed I was observing a young lady who had been … more
Michael Thorne, baseball, sophomore, Faith Christian: He didn't have an at bat during the 19-3 win over SkyView Academy on April 20 but he walked four times, scored four runs and stole three … more
While talking with Jack Huber, I could only think about how it takes a few steps to get everything working after sitting for a while and how things I used to be able to easily do are now … more
It might not look like a game of rock-paper-scissors when two players trot to the center of the field for a faceoff in boys lacrosse, but that’s a complicated form of what it is. The player who has the better plan to counter the other … more
Mallory Pugh made one decision but still faces another choice. Pugh, the 18-year-old Mountain Vista graduate and member of the U.S. women's Olympic soccer team, announced she is leaving UCLA to pursue professional soccer opportunities. The … more
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