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Soper to be honored by CHSAA

By Staff

Ken Soper is a rarity. Many young high school coaches use their experience at a small school as a stepping stone to move to a larger school later on. Not so with Soper. Soper has spent 44 seasons coaching football and baseball at Dove ...

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Mines ends Mavs’ soccer season in overtime

By Brian Miller

ARVADA — The Mesa State College women’s soccer team knew that in order to advance in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament, the Mavericks couldn’t allow Colorado School of Mines standout Kayla Mitchell to be the ...


McMillens part of Mesa’s building block

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Jackie and Jordan McMillen were once considering going to different schools to get their education, but that simply would’ve been a little weird. When it came down to it, the Montrose sisters — identical twins — ...

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Mavs believe they can win RMAC women’s soccer title

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The Mesa State College women’s soccer team believes it; now the team has to prove it. The Mavericks (12-8-1), who were 11½ minutes away from defeating RMAC regular season champion Metro State on Sunday, enter the RMAC tournament ...

Briefs: Local Sports November 04, 2008

By Staff

College Volleyball • Tara King ran the show for the Mesa State College volleyball team last weekend, helping the Mavericks to a pair of key RMAC victories. The sophomore setter from Steamboat Springs recorded 54 assists against ...

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Mesa State women’s soccer team optimistic despite loss

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A near upset of the No. 12 team in the country slipped away, but the Mesa State College women’s soccer team still came away optimistic heading into the RMAC tournament. Mesa State sophomore Dany Ramirez scored an early goal that held up ...

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Empty tank results in loss to Metro St.

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There simply wasn’t enough left in the tank against one of the top teams in the country. No. 15 Metro State scored an early goal and raced away with a 3-1 victory over the Mavericks on Sunday at Walker Field. “You can see why ...

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Mistakes cost Mavs for second week in a row

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For the second week in a row, mistakes cost the Mesa State College football team a much-needed victory. The offense failed to take advantage of a couple scoring opportunities, the defense allowed a season-high 198 rushing yards and the ...

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Confident Mavs sweep Fort Lewis

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Lindsey Jefferson calls it being goofy. “We were a little goofy and we always play better when we’re a little goofy,” the Mesa State sophomore middle blocker said. “That’s what they always say, play ...

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Another missed opportunity for Mesa State football team

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It’s been a season of missed opportunities for the Mesa State College football team. Saturday was no different. The Mavericks were able to produce 354 yards in total offense against the nation’s fifth-ranked defense, but settled ...

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