With a few differences, the second version of the Continental vs. Centennial Challenge boys basketball tournament opens Wednesday. The three-day round-robin tournament hosted by Heritage High School in Littleton features a total of 16 teams from the Centennial League — including Aurora schools Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview and Overland — and the Continental League, including Aurora’s Regis Jesuit. […]
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Eight Aurora prep athletes and a coach make their way to the annual Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games, scheduled for June 9-13 at Adams State University in Alamosa. The 59th edition of the event includes a variety of sports and activities featuring many of the best recently graduated senior athletes from around Colorado […]
One state tournament that won’t be affected by the weather this weekend is boys volleyball, as the state’s best teams in the non-Colorado High School Activities Association sanctioned sport play for a title at Cherokee Trail High School. The top seed in the 5A portion of the tournament is Cherry Creek, which includes athletes from […]
The crowd in the gallery for the second day of the Aurora theater shooting trial has thinned some from yesterday. On both the victim side and the media side of the courtroom there were a handful of empty seats this morning, though dozens more observers were watching a television feed from an overflow room. Still, […]
After a successful debut last summer, Heritage High School is bringing back the Centennial vs. Continental Challenge boys basketball tournament.
Do gay couples not have to pay bills, clean toilets, argue about loading the dishwasher, talk crap about the neighbor’s vicious dog and laugh out loud whenever Texas Sen. Ted Cruz opens his mouth?
Well, well, well. Looks like it was the GOP, not some gay couple looking for a wedding cake that was behind forcing Klingenschmitt to apologize and essentially abandon his deeply held religious views, however kooky and offensive the rest of his fellow Republicans and others found them
It would be sacrilegious and hypocritical to be a faithful bigot and hide that from people who don’t share your fervor, just for the sake of making a buck
Clark Smith and Hennessey Stuart hadn’t competed in the NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships before, but the former Regis Jesuit teammates made the most of their chance once they got there.