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Just hours before they were supposed to board the bus for their season opening game against Salida, members of the Platte Canyon High School baseball team received news that the season had been suspended indefinitely by the Colorado High School Activities Association.

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Just hours before they were supposed to board the bus for their season opening game against Salida, members of the Platte Canyon High School baseball team received news that the season had been suspended indefinitely by the Colorado High School Activities Association.

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The last race of the year was a giant slalom race held at Loveland Valley. This race was a make-up race for a scheduled Grand Slalom race at Ski Cooper Thursday.

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The Platte Canyon Lady Huskies basketball team was ecstatic to host a Class 2A, District 4 playoff game Monday night against the Lady Sentinels of Golden View Academy.

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Despite battling through a rebuilding season with an exceptionally young and inexperienced roster, the Platte Canyon Huskies boys basketball squad hung in and competed fiercely Feb. 4 during the early portions of a non-conference loss to the Colorado Springs High School Kodiaks, 59-30.

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Unfortunately, there are no weight classifications in girls high school basketball, where Huskies are pitted against Kodiaks and thrown onto the hardwood to fend for themselves.

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The South Park Burros boys basketball team has been through peaks and valleys this season, but finds itself with a .500 record in conference play and the meaningful part of the schedule still ahead.

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All the familiar skills that carried Jenna Graybeal to a first-place finish at the Colorado Regional 2 Girls Wrestling Meet in 2019 were recently on display again at Chatfield High School, where the 2020 version of that same event occurred Jan. 31-Feb. 1.

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The Platte Canyon High School swim team invited a group of perennial powerhouses to compete in the Husky Invitational Jan. 25 at the Marge Hudak Pool in Bailey.

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Despite several stellar individual performances, the Platte Canyon Huskies basketball squad dropped a pair of games to opponents KIPP Collegiate and Bruce Randolph last week.

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With partly sunny skies overhead, temperatures hovering in the mid-20s, and firm snow beneath her skis, Platte Canyon High School’s Alyana Cooke fearlessly rang in a new season of competitive high school racing on a giant slalom run Jan. 10 at Beaver Creek Ski Area.

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Difficult opponents on back-to-back days proved problematic for the South Park boys basketball team Jan. 17-18 against Sanford and Cotopaxi, respectively.

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There is seemingly no place like home for the South Park Burros boys’ basketball team. The Burros, currently 4-4 on the season, have won three of four games at home, while losing three of four games on the road.

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The Platte Canyon High School speech team traveled to Limon in their first meet of the 2020 part of the season. There were nine schools at the meet.

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Several individual performers demonstrated that they are peaking at the right time for PCHS swim coach Alicia Gumm, and the entire Lady Huskies swim squad competed especially well against solid competition Dec. 7 at the Woodland Park Invitational.

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This just in: The Lady Huskies of Platte Canyon High School are suddenly a red-hot basketball team.

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Back row, from left: Diving Coach Kristy McMahn,

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Front row, from left: Gavin Geiger, Ben Hatz and

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Front row, from left: Austin Gray (manager) and Madison Bogert (manager).

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Front row, from left: Hannah Hogsett (manager), Shane Seger, Tim Long,

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Front row, from left: Lillianna McFarland, Jenna Graybeal and Hannah Jacob.

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Despite bitterly cold temperatures and howling winds, a large crowd poured into the South Park High School gymnasium Dec. 19 to witness the annual renewal of an old Park County basketball rivalry between the hometown Burros and the visiting Platte Canyon Huskies.

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High school coaches don’t always measure their teams’ success strictly by wins and losses. Sometimes, especially when coaching young teams that are dominated by underclassmen, strong individual performances and rapid individual improvement provide the first signs that wins will soon follow.

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After toppling the Chargers and Texans in Drew Lock’s first two starts as an NFL quarterback, the Broncos traveled to face the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday with a newfound sense of confidence.

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With regards to what we witnessed Sunday when the Broncos systematically took apart the heavily-favored Houston Texans in a 38-24 game that was realistically over by halftime, I say simply: better late than never.

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Bronco nation is abuzz this week with chatter regarding rookie quarterback Drew Lock, who started and won his first game over the San Diego Chargers last Sunday.

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During the latter stages of Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and Buffalo Bills, CBS analyst and former NFL quarterback Rich Gannon demonstrated in no uncertain terms why he gets paid the big bucks.

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When high school student athletes compete, they do so with the names of their school or town prominently displayed across their jerseys, helmets or hats. As long as those athletes and teams are participating in formal competition, the towns and institutions they represent are on center stage…

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The season has come to an abrupt and brutish halt for the Platte Canyon High School football team.  

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