LOVELAND | In the ending nobody wanted, the Class 5A girls state golf tournament is official after just one round.
“We need to tighten up our approach with two strikes,” said Rockies manager Walt Weiss, whose team has dropped six straight at home. “You can’t miss your pitch when you get it early in the count.”
CARBONDALE | Sam Chaney and Kylee Shepard hold a special distinction at Vista PEAK Prep, as the pair are the first two girls golfers ever to qualify for the Class 4A state tournament.
CARBONDALE | Team scores and individual results from the first round of the Class 4A girls state golf tournament played on May 18, 2015, at River Valley Ranch in Carbondale.
LOVELAND | With weather threatening to scrub the second round of the Class 5A girls state golf tournament, Regis Jesuit is in the clubhouse in good shape after Monday’s opening round.
The Canadian drive slammed into the wall going into turn three at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. His car briefly slid on its right side before coming came to rest upright.
“I understand,” Baffert said. “It just shows the respect they have for American Pharoah. It’s something you can’t control. You have to earn it, just like he earned it in the weather yesterday. I’ve seen a lot of great horses leave here and (lose) in the Belmont — Smarty Jones, Big Brown, Real Quiet, Silver Charm, Funny Cide. I’ll Have Another (in 2012). You just don’t know.”
LOVELAND | Team scores and individual results from the first round of the Class 5A girls state golf tournament played on May 18, 2015, at The Olde Course in Loveland.
“I love the idea that I can change the worst possible thing to the best possible thing: dying to flying,” Potter says in “Fly or Die,” a documentary about his wingsuit jumps that can be seen on National Geographic’s website.