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Prep Soccer Results, Thursday, Nov. 4

By Staff

Classical Academy 4, Coal Ridge 0 Thursday at Colorado Springs Halftime score: TCA 3-0. Goals (assists): Daylon Roitsch, TCA (Daniel Carlson); Luke Larivee, TCA (Roitsch); Evan Young, TCA; Young, TCA. Goalies (saves): Tyler Guettler, CR ...


Mesa State Volleyball Result, Thursday, Nov. 4

By Staff

Mesa State 3, Fort Lewis 1 Thursday at Durango Mesa State def. Fort Lewis 25-23, 25-19, 22-25, 25-17 Kills: MSC 60 (Kemp 20, Bosch 14, Alofipo 9, McCormick, Reed 7, King 3), FLC 51 (Flaming 17, Wilson 11, Pearce 10, Hillberry 9, Saiz, ...


Technology helps Mavs break down film quicker

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Gone are the days of the old film projector whirring at the back of a darkened room, with the head coach pointing out tendencies on grainy game film projected against the wall. No longer do assistant football coaches wait by the mailbox for ...


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Wildcats’ Bair thriving as outside linebacker heading into playoff game

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Braden Bair knew his position and role on the Fruita Monument High School football team. Although the Wildcats had a new coaching staff, he felt confident he would make any necessary adjustments. “I was pretty comfortable coming ...


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Goal-oriented Tigers ready for Northglenn

By Patrick Bahr

After back-to-back seasons that didn’t go how the Grand Junction High School football team envisioned, the Tigers tried something new this year. The Tigers made a list of all the goals they wanted to accomplish in the 2010 ...


Arrest affidavits unsealed in DA Serra’s case

By Paul Shockley

One of three women allegedly victimized by 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra told investigators the prosecutor had exposed himself to her 25 to 35 times while demanding she perform sex acts with him in his office, adding she felt ...


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Over the Top, After the election

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob grew weary of the election season quickly.  ...


Higher education leaders say system in peril

By The AP

DENVER — Dozens of community leaders and educators have delivered their plan for saving Colorado’s state-funded colleges and universities to Gov. Bill Ritter. Now it’s up to the 11 members of the Colorado Commission on ...


Chicago developer indicted in alleged murder plot

By The AP

DENVER — A federal grand jury in Denver has indicted a 72-year-old Chicago real estate developer accused of trying to hire a hit man for $2,000 to kill a business associate. Brooks Kellogg, a part-time Steamboat Springs resident, was ...


Bennet holds on

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s U.S. Senate race was reportedly the most expensive in the country this year. So, it’s only fitting that the race was a tight one, not decided until a day after the polls closed. To the surprise of many people, incumbent ...


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