The Aurora Sentinel is proud to announce a partnership with StreamItSports to live stream 10 Aurora prep football games in the 2016 season
Aurora had no sparkling won-loss records during the 2016 girls lacrosse season, but the talent across the city shone through. Colorado had only six All-Americans and one of them played for an Aurora school in Regis Jesuit senior Kathleen Roe, a Notre Dame signee.
AURORA | The Aurora Sentinel was honored Saturday, May 14, with a dozen awards during the Colorado Press Association’s annual awards banquet, including eight first-place honors. In addition, the Aurora Sentinel picked up additional honors from the Associated Press for stories and photos in 2015. “While our staff prides itself on doing the work itself, […]
AURORA | Full replay of the inaugural A-Town All-Stars Game (presented by the Aurora Sentinel) played on March 26, 2016, at Aurora Central High School as broadcast by StreamItSports. Marty Cesario on the call.
The smiles told the story of the inaugural A-Town All-Stars Game March 26. Time after time down the court at Aurora Central High School in the fast-paced debut game of the city’s top boys basketball players — as presented by the Aurora Sentinel — grins were flashed as past teammates, recent foes and old friends challenged each other to the delight of a large crowd.
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AURORA | Information for the 1st A-Town All-Stars boys basketball game presented by the Aurora Sentinel: WHAT: 1st A-Town All-Stars boys basketball game WHEN: 1 p.m., Saturday, March 26 WHERE: Aurora Central High School (Main Gym) WHO: Twenty-four of Aurora’s top boys players from 11 city prep programs (Aurora Central, Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Gateway, Grandview, […]
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