Have you been developing an urge to tackle one of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks?
The videos that emerged in August of East High School cheerleaders being forced into splits by a recently hired coach, Ozell Williams, have been very disturbing to the community, particularly among parents with middle and high school-aged athletes.
The City of Denver announced on September 21 that they will purchase the 155-acre Park Hill Golf Course from Clayton Early Learning Trust.
The “Wheels of Justice” riding team will participate for the 12th consecutive year in the Children’s Hospital Colorado Courage Classic bike tour dedicated to supporting our region’s only all-inclusive, nonprofit pediatric hospital.
Not many people can say they play on a team with a 24 – 0 record, but a fifth and sixth grade boys lacrosse team claimed that record this spring.
Celebrating their fourth 3A District Basketball Championship win in five years, the DSST: Stapleton boys’ Knights moved on to the regional quarterfinal game where they lost a “nail biter” to the Lions from Colorado Springs Christian School with a final score of 57-53.
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Northeast Denver offers numerous recreational and competitive sports teams. The annual Front Porch Sports Guide lists the leagues and their contact information.
Swimming the English Channel is considered the Mount Everest of open-water swimming feats—these three Stapleton friends didn’t just complete it, they broke the record for the three-man relay.
Determining the right age for kids to start playing competitive sports can be a difficult choice, and now families face it even earlier. What is good and about competitive sports?