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Final flood debris removal set for US 36 Monday

By The AP

LONGMONT — The Colorado Department of Transportation will be making a final pass Monday to pick up flood debris at two locations along U.S. Highway 36 between Lyons and Estes Park. The Longmont Times-Call reports CDOT is asking ...


Mavs clinch Shootout berth

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was hard not to notice the half-dozen Clay Kame face posters in the crowd Saturday night at Brownson Arena. One of them was attached to a life-sized poster of Peyton Manning’s body. “Those are just my roommates,” Kame ...


Meeker’s Shelton adds second straight title to his collection

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — T.J. Shelton is humble and shows tremendous respect for the sport and his opponents. But he’s a ruthless wrestler who shows no mercy when the whistle blows. Last year Shelton (35-2) didn’t look like a freshman when ...


Perfect Pirate

By Staff

DENVER — Trenton Piatt finished his final season perfect Saturday night and became the latest in a long line of wrestlers in his family to bring a state title back to Olathe. The four-time state qualifier won a convincing 5-0 ...


Paonia captures third straight 2A team crown

By Tim Harty

DENVER — Five state finalists, five champions. Paonia High School wrestling coach Andy Pipher didn’t know the Colorado wrestling history off the top of his head, but he knew this much when it comes to teams having five individual ...


Paonia’s Reed wins third title

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — Jesse Reed jumped to his feet and thrust both hands into the air, three fingers on both hands extended. With his 6-4 win in the Class 2A 126-pound state championship match, Reed took another step toward Colorado wrestling ...


Repeat after me

By Tim Harty

DENVER — When Grand Junction High School junior Jacob Trujillo wrestles, it’s his match to dictate, not the other way around. So even when Doherty senior Brandon Supernaw tried a different approach — taking a more ...


Senior night blowout

By Patti Arnold

A ragged start Saturday night just meant one thing for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team. Time to ratchet up the defense. The second-ranked Mavericks (24-0, 20-0 RMAC) allowed Western State Colorado University only ...


Dane delivers for Demons

By Matt Meyer

Overcoming a 9-2 deficit in the first quarter Saturday, Durango and Dane Mestas orchestrated a second-half comeback to win the Class 4A Southwestern/Western Slope League boys basketball district tournament championship 35-28 over Rifle at ...

Dual-threat Olsen-Stavrakas helps Mavs win first RMAC championship

By Matt Meyer

Friday at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference swimming and diving championships, Kent Olsen-Stavrakas finished eighth in the men’s 1-meter diving final. Saturday, he anchored a victorious Colorado Mesa men’s
400-yard ...

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