AURORA | The Aurora prep sports schedule for Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017.
AURORA | The Aurora prep sports scoreboard for Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.
AURORA | The Grandview boys basketball team had to wait longer than any other city squad to get on the court for the first time this season, but the Wolves have flashed midseason form right away. Coach Michael Rogers’ Grandview team led from start to finish in a difficult place to play Friday night, coming away with a 48-27 victory over Rangeview in a non-league all-Aurora contest.
AURORA | The Overland boys basketball team has certainly had one of the most difficult opening stretches of any team around, the benefits of which may show up at the end of the season. In just over a week to open the season, the Trailblazers have faced Regis Jesuit, Rock Canyon and George Washington — teams with a combined record of 13-1 — and lost all three by a combined total of just 18 points.
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AURORA | The Aurora prep sports scoreboard for Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017: Courtney Oakes is Aurora Sentinel Sports Editor. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @aurorasports. FB: Aurora Prep Sentinel BOYS BASKETBALL Rock Canyon 62, Overland 56 Score by quarters: Rock Canyon 13 19 16 16 — 62 Overland 10 14 13 19 — […]
AURORA | On its way to a 5-0 start, the Rock Canyon boys basketball team has won twice in two of the most difficult places to play in Aurora. Two days after beating defending Class 5A state champion Eaglecrest by six points, the Jaguars posted the same margin of victory over Overland on the Trailblazers’ home floor Thursday night.
AURORA | The discussion since the advent of the controversial “waterfall” alignment for Class 5A football two seasons ago bore fruit Thursday at the Colorado High School Activities’ football committee meeting. The experiment that reclassified teams with little to no history with each other into divisions — which created logistical challenges, hurt attendance and sacrificed district and neighborhood rivalries — came to an end and a return to a more traditional set up is now favored by the football committee.