Lempert was one of dozens of students from across Aurora who helped assemble the “Empowering” booklet, a nearly 40-page handbook designed to help young people better understand relevant laws and how to properly interact with law enforcement
AURORA | Just two days after he signed his National Letter of Intent to play at the University of Denver, Rangeview senior guard Elijah Blake found out he will miss his senior season. Raiders coach Shawn Palmer confirmed that Blake — the 2015-16 co-EMAC Player of the Year who helped lead his team to the semifinals of last season’s Class 5A state basketball tournament — got the results on Friday from an MRI he had done on Nov. 10 that showed an injury he suffered in early October was a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
AURORA | A list of early Aurora prep athletes signing National Letters of Intent on or around Nov. 9, 2016. Please send any updates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AURORA | A trip to the Class 5A state volleyball tournament has danced tantalizingly in front of Rangeview for the past few seasons. The Raiders have been within a win, a set, and in some cases a few points, from earning their way to the Denver Coliseum, only to come up just short.
Full replay of the A-Town Game of the Week prep football contest — Rangeview vs. Eaglecrest — played on Oct. 14, 2016, at Legacy Stadium. The Raptors topped the Raiders 49-14 to remain unbeaten. The free live stream replay, presented for free by the Aurora Sentinel and StreamItSports.
AURORA | The Gateway-Rangeview rivalry already carries plenty of weight when both teams take the field against each other, but Thursday’s boys soccer matchup has more at stake than mere bragging rights.
AURORA| Photos from Regis Jesuit High School’s victory over Rangeview High School in the A-Town Game Of The Week. Regis Jesuit won 34-18. Photos by Gabriel Christus/Aurora Sentinel
Click below to watch the A-Town Game of the Week for Week 3 of the 2016 prep football season between Regis Jesuit and Rangeview, scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at Aurora Public Schools Stadium. Live stream presented by the Aurora Sentinel and StreamItSports.
Funds generated by a bond would go toward financing the construction of a new school that would serve grades six to 12 in northwest Aurora, a new P-8 school in east Aurora and the replacement of both Mrachek Middle School and Lyn Knoll Elementary School, among several other projects