Keyword: Jim Benton
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While talking with Jack Huber, I could only think about how it takes a few steps to get everything working after sitting for a while and how things I used to be able to easily do are now … more
It might not look like a game of rock-paper-scissors when two players trot to the center of the field for a faceoff in boys lacrosse, but that’s a complicated form of what it is. The player who has the better plan to counter the other … more
Castle View's baseball team honored three local law enforcement officers with a first-pitch ceremony prior to its Continental League game against crosstown rival Douglas County on April 17 at Double Angel Field in Parker. Players from both teams … more
Bruce Wright doesn't take anything for granted, so he is retiring following the current school year after 21 years as the Highlands Ranch High School athletic director. "My wife has been retired … more
Marc Johnson was standing near the left-field foul line answering questions, and it didn't take long to understand why he is still coaching baseball at Cherry Creek High School. It's for the love … more
The 800-meter run is not a sprint and it’s not a distance race. It’s a hybrid. It takes speed, stamina, grit and a high threshold for pain to succeed in the 800, which is often referred to as a middle-distance race. In short, the 800 — … more
Boys volleyball, currently a club sport, is set to serve up another attempt to the Colorado High School Activities Association to sanction the sport. The CHSAA Equity Committee didn't endorse … more
If ThunderRidge junior Katherine Stanley didn't believe in second chances, she does now after facing Mountain Vista in a Continental League soccer game. A scoreless tie after regulation sent the match, which was played March 28 on a cold, rainy … more
Cole Pearn and Chris Gayle feel right at home in Golden, but neither is home very often. Both are crew chiefs for Denver's NASCAR Furniture Row Racing teams. Pearn is in his second season as … more
The position of catcher is not easy on the body. Players take their lumps with foul tips, flung bats and plays at home plate with a base runner charging toward them. And, of course, there’s the squatting catchers must do, keeping their knees … more
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