AURORA | Overland took the latest round in the evolving local football rivalry with Rangeview thanks to a 42-20 victory Friday night at Aurora Public Schools Stadium. The Trailblazers scored on their first offensive play from scrimmage on a 56-yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Luis Ruiz to junior wide receiver Jermaine Davis, which started the ball rolling on the program’s highest offensive output since a Week 8 game last season.
The fourth class of the Eaglecrest Athletics and Activities Hall of Fame is set to be inducted Nov. 16 as the school continues the recent tradition of honoring some of its past best and brightest.
AURORA | The 2017 Overland football team at a glance.
AURORA | The Aurora prep sports scoreboard for Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017.
AURORA | The first day of the full 2017 fall prep sports season arrived Monday, as practices were allowed by the Colorado High School Activities Association in the full compliment of sports.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE | While Cherry Creek School District students were on summer vacation, the venerable Stutler Bowl — located on the campus of Cherry Creek High School — got a significant facelift. See video for a look at what’s new inside one of the district’s main hubs of athletics.
No matter how many times he does it, Larry Bull can’t wait for the dawn of a new athletic year in the Cherry Creek School District. With each new year comes change, especially in a district as large and successful as CCSD, and Bull notes quite a few differences as the 2017-18 prep athletic season that begins with official practice for all fall sports Aug. 14.
One open seat is currently occupied by CCSD Board President Randy Perlis who is term limited from running again. While the deadline for candidates to register to run for the open seat in District D is still a few months off, there are already two announced candidates to fill Perlis’s empty seat.
It’s not often that all six of Aurora’s existing boys swim programs is represented at the state meet, but that will be in the case May 19-20 at the Veterans’ Memorial Aquatic Center. Fifty-seven Aurora individuals and 16 relay teams earned their way into the Class 5A state meet, including at least two apiece from Cherokee Trail, Grandview, Hinkley, Overland, Regis Jesuit and Smoky Hill.