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  • Broomfield's Noah Tripp


    Broomfield's Noah Tripp

  • Shining Mountain's Ginger Hutton

    Greg Lindstrom

    Shining Mountain's Ginger Hutton




NOAH TRIPP, Broomfield football — Tripp was a workhorse in a close victory against Montbello, toting the rock a season-most 27 times for 221 yards and a pair of touchdowns to help the Eagles squeeze past the Warriors, 21-13. After starting the season somewhat slow, Tripp now has four straight 100-yard games, and he’s up to 784 yards with a chance to add to that against Monarch this week.


GINGER HUTTON, Shining Mountain cross country — Hutton, a multi-distance champion at the state track meet last May, broke the monotony created by the tough Lyons girls squad by placing second at the Class 2A regionals at Broomfield Commons Park last week. Her time of 19:49 was impressive, and she will look to carry that momentum — as will her schoolmates who qualified a team for the first time — this week at the state meet in Colorado Springs.

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