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    Hockey: Monarch girls forging name in growing sport

    Coyotes captured state championship, took fourth at nationals
    LAFAYETTE - The Monarch boys hockey team that has played in four of the last five high school state championship games is the best-known prep hockey club from the Northern Colorado area. Full Story
    DAILY SCOREBOARD
    Prep roundup: May 19

    Track and Field Class 5A State Meet At Jeffco Stadium BOYS Team scores — 1. Fountain-Ft. Carson 100, 2. Full Story
    ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
    Times-Call athletes of the week: May 22

    James Lee, Silver Creek track: Despite only bringing eight entrants to the state meet, Lee helped lead the Raptors to the 4A team championship by winning the 800, finishing second in the 1,600 and helping his team to a second place finish in the 1,600 relay. Full Story
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    2018 Mile High League Basketball All-Conference Teams

    Boys Player of the Year: Gavyn Pure, Dawson School, Sr. Coach of the Year: Pete Freeman, Highland First team Eu Asefaw, Denver Christian, Jr. Full Story
    ALUMNI CORNER
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    Alumni CornerJefferson Academy grad Jennifer Kupcho feels love from home state

    Junior took home NCAA individual title in Oklahoma
    Wake Forest University golfer and Jefferson Academy graduate Jennifer Kupcho won the individual title at the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships at Karston Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla. Full Story
    PREP BLOGS
    Cochi: Boulder County will display depth of cross country talent at state championships

    Distance running has long been the most prominent athletic cultural identifier for the Boulder County area, and that culture has permeated the prep ranks and generated elite high school cross country runners year after year. Full Story