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Fumbles cost Olathe in Class 2A quarterfinals

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To put together a 25-game winning streak, Olathe knew exactly what it takes to win. On the other side of that, the Pirates have seen why teams lose. Four Olathe fumbles gave Kent Denver good field position Saturday in the quarterfinals of the ...


Adjusting the formula: Pirates count on two-back approach to deliver another title

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When Olathe High School won the Class 2A state football championship in 2008, its offensive formula was pretty straightforward. David Rhodes to the left, David Rhodes to the right, David Rhodes up the middle. At season’s end, Rhodes ...


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Delta set for test against No. 1 team in state

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This might be Delta High School football coach Ben Johnson’s first season as a head coach in Colorado, but this isn’t his first rodeo. The Panthers’ first-year man spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach at Olathe ...


Sports in brief: Higgins, Kame on all-state team

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Central High School’s Amy Kame and Haleigh Higgins were both selected to play in the Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports All-State Game. Only Higgins will be making the trip to Arvada West High School on Sunday to play in the Class 5A game; ...


Montrose’s offense will be key in playoff game against Heritage

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The Montrose High School football team takes a lot of pride in its offensive approach. The Indians might not be the biggest team in the state, but they aren’t afraid to run the ball at their opponents until they break. That was obvious ...


Run-first game plan lifts Montrose in snow

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MONTROSE — The field conditions Saturday suited the Montrose High School football team’s game plan perfectly. With blowing snow, a muddy field and cold temperatures, the Indians used their run-first mentality to wear down Standley ...


Delta forces seven turnovers, withstands D’Evelyn’s surges in close victory

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LAKEWOOD — A ball-hawking defense that refused to give in Saturday pushed the Delta High School football team into the second round of the Class 3A state playoffs. The Panthers forced seven turnovers and withstood a number of ...


Turnovers doom Bulldogs in loss to Wildcats

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PUEBLO — Every time the football slipped loose, Palisade High School’s chances of pulling off the biggest upset possible in the first round of the Class 3A state football playoffs grew more and more slim. In the end, five ...


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Making a statement: Olathe piles on 30 points during second quarter in rout of Salida

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OLATHE — As the undefeated Class 2A state champions riding a 24-game winning streak, the Olathe High School football team was a little taken aback when it didn’t get the No. 1 seed in this season’s state ...


Montrose senior Vickers signs letter of intent to play at Bryant

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Jessica May Vickers has done plenty of traveling when it comes to tennis. From the Southeast Asian island of Brunei and the Philippines to Las Vegas and Connecticut, Vickers has been all over the globe. When it came to college tennis, ...


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