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Experience key in Lutheran’s upset of Meeker in Class 2A regional final

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Lutheran High School wasn’t intimidated by Meeker or its record. The Lions have played some tough teams this season — Denver Christian, Denver Science & Tech, Kent Denver and Eaton to name a few. Lutheran came after the ...


Run-and-gun offense lifts Eagles into 2A regional final

By Nick Walter

Some players on the Paonia High School girls basketball team say they mirror the Paonia wrestling team, which recently won a Class 2A state championship. In the sense of toughness, quickness and mental fortitude, the girls just may have some ...


Visualizing a victory

By Nick Walter

During Meeker High School boys basketball games this season, Ian Smith, living in Madison, Wisc., would receive the text-messaged highlights from Colorado such as: “C2,” “G3,” and “C big dunk.” That ...

Ramunno to be volunteer assistant at Palisade in fall

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Joe Ramunno is back where his football coaching career started. The former Colorado Mesa University coach will join the Palisade High School staff next fall as an volunteer assistant. “We’ve been in discussion with Joe after we ...


Palisade’s Krueger top A.D. in Colorado

By Nick Walter

He’s been a coach, a counselor and a teacher, and now Mike Krueger can say he’s the 2012 Colorado Athletic Director of the Year. Krueger, 44, has been Palisade High’s athletic director for six years. “It really goes ...


GJ’s Deters, Glasoe pick schools for track & field

By Nick Walter

One is an expert at hurling the shot put and discus, and the other a sprints specialist, but C.J. Deters and Payton Glasoe of Grand Junction High both signed national letters of intent on Friday to compete in collegiate track and ...

Olathe girls riding long win streak as state begins

By Nick Walter

Tawni Middleton doesn’t remember much about her fifth-grade math teacher. “He was a good teacher,” Middleton said. Four years later, that math teacher, Olathe High girls basketball coach Paul Althaus, was instructing ...

Columbine too strong for Fruita in Sweet 16

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LITTLETON — Three can be a lonely number. And that certainly was the case for the Fruita Monument boys basketball team in Tuesday’s Class 5A Sweet 16 state basketball tournament game at Columbine High School. But why three this ...


Palisade’s Steve Phillips proud to retire again

By Nick Walter

Somehow, although his lips stayed closed, his countenance would expand into a rippling smile, the cheeks dark red and bulging beyond the frame of his face. That’s how Steve Phillips’ players knew they’d done a darn good ...

Fruita feeling good heading into Sweet 16

By Nick Walter

It’s not like last season, and Fruita Monument High School boys basketball coach Dave Fox can feel it. Maybe it’s the lingering buzz from Friday’s buzzer-beater to defeat Lincoln in the Class 5A boys basketball championships ...

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