Colorado High School Sports Newswire

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  1. Trojan teams boast winning records at season startRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ouray County Plaindealer

    After the first three games of their respective seasons, the Ouray girls and boys basketball teams are above .500, with the boys still undefeated. The two teams hope to continue their momentum with the remaining two games in 2018.

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  2. Fleming High School hardwood teams split with Union Colony PrepRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Journal-Advocate

    Freshman Whitney Chintala takes a shot in Fleming's first home game of the season against Union Colony Prep last Saturday. The Wildcats won their second game in row 49-27.

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  3. Tuesday's prep roundup: St. Mary's, Fountain-Fort Carson girls remain ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 | The Gazette

    At Pueblo Central: The Wildcats had a 17-point lead by halftime and did not look back in a nonconference win over Woodland Park. At Golden: The Scorpions could not hold hot scorer Ilja Bubukin, who dropped 30 points for the Demons in a nonconference win.

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  4. From the Sidelines: Dan Adair and Art Howe still building memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 | The Gazette

    Former major league player and manager Art Howe, left, and Flying Horse resident and Lewis-Palmer assistant baseball coach Dan Adair have been friends since their playing days at the University of Wyoming in the 1960s. Art Howe, center, was recently induced into the University of Wyoming Athletic Hall of Fame.

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  5. Thompson Valley boys finding experience is best teacherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | ReporterHerald.com

    Andrew Wiersema led Thompson Valley with 16 points, but the Eagles couldn't overcome Mead in a 58-45 loss at home Tuesday night.

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  6. Squared Pizza in Boulder shuts its doorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Daily Camera

    The Detroit-style pizza restaurant failed to garner enough attention from customers to remain viable financially, said Sean Huggard, director of operations, Concept Restaurants, which owned the restaurant. "The downtown Boulder market is becoming saturated with plenty of drinking and dining places," Huggard said.

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  7. Broomfield Blitz to play in 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame World Youth ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Daily Camera

    The Broomfield Blitz football team celebrate their Junior Midget Football Association Carnation Bowl Championship win in November. The best of the best to ever play the game are honored at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, a staple for football fans.

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  8. Proposed project near Hover and Pike in Longmont sparks traffic worriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    Ryan Brandenburg of Phoenix Masonry works on the stone facade of a building under construction on Pike Road across the street from the proposed site of a 250-unit mixed-used development at 1901 Hover St. Area residents are concerned the development of Creekside Business Park and Creekside Silo Apartments and the proposed development on Hover will create too much traffic and make their neighborhood unlivable. It's a classic catch-22.

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  9. CU Boulder Faculty Assembly encourages campus to mitigate bias in student evaluationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    University of Colorado faculty leaders are continuing to provide input on student evaluations of instructors, which they say have the potential for bias, while emphasizing that the evaluations should only be one piece of information used to assess performance. Students on Monday completed faculty course questionnaires, which ask them a series of questions about their courses and instructors.

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  10. Woodland Park track-and-field athletes commit to collegesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | The Gazette

    Woodland Park senior track-and-field stars Skye Ciccarelli and Emily Arseneau signed their national letters of intent Dec. 5 during a party in Dickson Auditorium. The ceremony was held in front of classmates, family and faculty.

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  11. Julie Marshall: Kids understand that animal cruelty goes against human natureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    My daughter had texted this to me shortly after I dropped her off for what I thought was the most awesome adventure she could do - for free - during a school day off. Jazzy was participating in the Teen Adventure Club, an outdoors program managed by Thorne Nature Experience, Cal-Wood Education Center and other partnership organizations for kids of all ages and economic backgrounds to learn science-based life skills.

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  12. Boulder County commissioners to consider $432.5 million budget on TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    The common area of the Boulder County Jail is pictured in August. County commissioners on Tuesday are slated to vote on the 2019 budget, which includes funding for three additional corrections programs coordinators, two more jail deputies and specialty pay for nurses at the sheriff's office.

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  13. Norwood Shootout proves challenging for Demon basketball squadsRead the original story

    Monday Dec 10 | Ouray County Plaindealer

    After winning its season opener against Ouray the evening of Nov. 27, the Ridgway girls basketball team has dropped to 1-2 following the Norwood Shootout last weekend. The girls lost to Hotchkiss 23-44 on Nov. 30 and 42-57 against Paonia on Dec. 1. Despite the consecutive losses, the girls are still faring better than last season at this time of the year.

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  14. Holiday joy arrives in Longmont on two wheelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Daily Camera

    Brandon Perez, 5, takes off on his new bike as his dad, Francisco, and sister, Shaila, look on during the holiday bike giveaway Saturday. CLARIFICATION : Adam Salisbury is not a student at Longs Peak Middle School.

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  15. [BREAKING] Ty Evans decommits from Colorado, plans to play quarterback at NC StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | The Gazette

    Palmer Ridge senior Ty Evans drops back to pass in the second quarter Oct. 19 against the Thomas Jefferson Spartans at Don Breese Stadium. Palmer Ridge quarterback Ty Evans looks to the bench for the next player as the team took on Pueblo East in the CHSAA 3A Football Championships at the Neta & Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl at CSU-Pueblo on Saturday December 1, 2018 in Pueblo.

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  16. At Home store opens in LongmontRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    At Home, part of a Texas-based retail chain At Home Group, touts itself as the "home decor superstore." The 98,000-square-foot store offers more than 50,000 decor items including furniture, mirrors, rugs, art and housewares, etc., according to the company.

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  17. Performance Bicycle closing 102 stores, including Boulder locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    A news release from Boston-based Gordon Brothers, a company hired to liquidate Performance Bicycle's inventory, announced the closure of 102 stores. Colorado has seven locations.

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  18. Thompson Valley runner Dylan Schubert is just scratching the surfaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | ReporterHerald.com

    Dylan Schubert was named the RH Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year for the second straight year after breaking Thompson Valley's school record, placing third at state and qualifying for Nike Cross Nationals.

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  19. CU Boulder student being taken off life support after crash at EldoraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    Posts on caringbridge.org have identified the skier who was injured Dec. 4 in a crash at Eldora Mountain Resort as Bill Brockmueller. A University of Colorado student is in critical condition and on the verge of being taken off life support after a skiing accident at Eldora Mountain Resort last week.

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  20. Fred A. Bowers: Losing CU football seasons aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Daily Camera

    The University of Colorado is a graveyard for football coaches. Coaches get hired and, after a few years, get fired.

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