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Mikaela Shiffrin was presented with yet another honor because of her fabulous skiing career. Yet this one was earned before she even won her Gold Medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Shiffrin was named March 9 as the 2013 Athlete … more
For those who have listened to 850 KOA radio for any amount of time, sports anchor Alan Roach is a familiar name. His booming voice is unmistakable. But Roach is more than a radio guy. He was the … more
The motto of the Palmer Ridge girls’ basketball team this season is “Rewrite the Ending.” But the final chapter has yet to be written. The Bears (22-3) advanced to the Class 4A state … more
Lewis-Palmer’s quest for a third-consecutive Class 4A boys’ state basketball championship ended with a 57-43 loss to Thompson Valley on Feb. 28. The Rangers (13-12) went 1-1 in this year’s … more
It can be argued that the most nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat, high school event in Colorado is the state wrestling championships that take place each year at the Pepsi Center. Twenty-five … more
Lewis-Palmer’s hockey season ended in the quarterfinals of the state tournament on Feb. 22 with a 5-3 loss to Cherry Creek at Colorado Sports Center. The end was rather sudden for the Rangers, … more
- Girl power invaded the Colorado high school state wrestling tournament over the weekend at the Pepsi Center. History was made when Denver East junior Maya Nelson became the first female to qualify for the 5A state wrestling tournament. But … more
The Winter Olympics are in full swing in Sochi, Russia, so that means that tens of millions, maybe billions, of folks around the world are dialed in watching the happenings. I have never been much … more
Jason Brown is the pony-tailed 19-year old figure skating phenom who all but conquered Sochi, Russia, this week. But he is also Monument's very own Jason Brown who spent up to eight hours a day … more
Figure skating is always a hot topic at the Winter Olympics. Americans, for the most part, have dominated the sport for nearly 100 years. But it wasn't until 1968 - when Colorado Springs' own … more
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