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    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    Boys soccer: One last Chavez to go through Skyline

    Falcons look to defend Tri-Valley League title
    LONGMONT -- Luis Chavez has been down this road before. In fact it was inevitable. The Skyline Falcons soccer coach has had all of his kids play for him at some point during their high school careers -- from Josue (his oldest), to Jovanni and Gabe -- now to Diego, Luis Chavez has learned how to balance being a father and a coach to his sons. Full Story
    DAILY SCOREBOARD
    Prep primer: Looking ahead at the week of Aug. 12-18

    Fall sports are gearing up and the upcoming week will feature many teams in the BoCoPreps.com seeing their first action of the 2018 campaign. 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
    All Conference
    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    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
    (Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer)
    Alumni Corner: Blake Bride, excelling in juniors, gets shot at Division I

    Former Monarch player from Peak to Peak commits to USAFA
    You could say former Monarch hockey player Blake Bride has gotten accustomed to wearing different sweaters out on the ice. Full Story
    PREP BLOGS
    (Brent W. New / Daily Camera)
    Brent W. New joins BoCoPreps.com staff

    Life's 'twists and turns' brings him to Boulder County
    I think I was around 12, maybe 13, when I first thought, "Yeah, I want to be a sports journalist when I grow up. Full Story