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Finishing kick gives Hotchkiss’ Anderson 3,200-meter crown

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Hotchkiss High School freshman Natalie Anderson isn’t known for her sprinting skills. A last-second charge, though, propelled her to the state championship in the 3,200-meter run Friday in the Class 3A state track and ...

Griffins have four in 5A state consolation swim finals

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — On one hand, District 51 boys swim coach Dale Leonhart was hoping to see better marks than what the Griffins turned in on Friday. Then again, the times essentially were down across the board, and District 51 still managed ...

Class 4A state swimming results, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Class 4A State Championships Friday at El Pomar Natatorium Preliminary Results Advancing to Saturday’s Finals 200 medley relay: 1. Silver Creek (Drew Weilbel, Alex Bisping, Chase Lis, Topher Apple) 1:38.62; 2. Mullen, 1:39.03; 3. Air ...

Mesa State baseball score, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Mesa State 4, Augustana 3 Friday at Joe Faber Field, St. Cloud, Minn. Central Region Tournament Mesa State (AB-R-H-RBI) Box 2b 4-1-0-0, Shelton lf 3-0-0-0, Anderson rf 5-1-3-1, Popick dh 4-0-2-0, Bello cf 4-0-1-1, Nordine 3b 4-1-1-0, ...

Class 5A state swimming results, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Class 5A State Championships Friday at EPIC, Fort Collins State final qualifiers 200 Medley Relay — Cherry Creek 1:34.49; Regis Jesuit 1:34.68; Loveland 1:37.20; Highlands Ranch 1:37.73; Boulder 1:38.12; Lewis-Palmer 1:38.18; Fairview ...

State track and field results, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Class 5A Friday at Jefferson County Stadium BOYS Team scores — Arapahoe 27, Palmer 24, Chaparral 23, Cherry Creek 22, ThunderRidge 22, Rampart 20, Legacy 18, Ftn.-Ft. Carson 14, Littleton 14, Columbine 14, Smoky Hill 13, Highlands ...

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Graduates stand up for life’s challenges

By Amy Hamilton

Lindsey Scott didn’t fit into the cookie-cutter mold of a traditional high school student. She felt self-conscious about her weight and thought other students were constantly talking about her behind her back. “I had a bad ...

West Slope Hispanic population leaps

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The growth of the Hispanic population in western Colorado over the last decade outstripped that of the region overall, according to U.S. Census figures. Garfield County’s Hispanic population grew by 119 percent, well ahead of the ...

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Hispanics putting down roots in big numbers in Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

When Mexico native Ignacio Mendoza first moved to Carbondale in 1986, “it was hard to find Hispanic people to talk to,” he remembers. “Probably about 20 of us spoke Spanish in Carbondale,” Mendoza said. These are ...


Ex-pro: Doping common in bike racing

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As a professional cyclist in the early- and mid-1990s, Scott Mercier found himself in the uncomfortable position of either cheating to remain competitive or retiring from the sport he loved because of the inundation of performance-enhancing ...

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