AURORA | Rangeview’s reign of dominance continued at Saturday’s Aurora Public Schools Championship finals, but Hinkley’s surge into second place was historic during the 25th annual gathering between four district rivals.
AURORA | Team scores and A and B final individual results from the 25th annual Aurora Public Schools Championship girls swim meet contested on Jan. 31, 2015, at Gateway High School:
AURORA | Hundreds of students from six Aurora high schools walked out of school Friday at 10 a.m., joining nationwide protests in response to New York and Missouri grand juries returning no indictments against police officers. Around 400 students walked from Gateway, Overland, Rangview, Hinkley and Aurora Central high schools toward the Aurora Municipal Center. Aurora police […]
Chance Siegele hasn’t seen a lot of seventh innings in his season-plus stint as Gateway softball coach. Either on the winning or losing end of blowout decisions, the Olys rarely have been in games in which the mercy rule (a lead of 10 runs or more after five innings) hasn’t been invoked. Gateway did that […]
AURORA | Shane Ward knows his life “just got a little crazier,” but he’s looking forward to tackling the significant challenge in front of him. The 34-year-old former assistant coach at Vista PEAK and Rock Canyon high schools is a head prep football coach for the first time after he accepted the open job at […]
AURORA | Late in the game, the Gateway High School football team is again looking for a new head football coach.
Devundrick Walker oozes with pride for Gateway High School, but he can’t wait to pull on another school’s jersey. That school will be Colorado State-Pueblo, which is not only giving the Olys’ standout middle distance runner a chance to continue to compete, but also the chance to get a college degree, which wasn’t always a […]
“I ended up in tears. It was so touching, and there was a personal connection to myself,” Muniz said. “I think that’s the goal with the show, for the cast to connect to the audience.”
“It’s been one of the best, most fulfilling experiences of my life,” Thomas said, adding that he started volunteering with the department his sophomore year. “It’s astounding how much it really touched me.”
DENVER | It had to be the socks. But mostly like the wrestler in them. Disappointed with a sixth-place finish at the Class 5A state wrestling tournament as a freshman, Gateway sophomore Deyaun Trueblood dedicated himself like never before toward winning a state. He did it in style on Saturday night at Pepsi Center with […]