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After 3 years of design and construction under a series of challenging circumstances – ranging from lumber stealing beavers to a global pandemic – Fairplay’s new boardwalk and Colorado’s newest accessible amenity is finally complete.

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The sting of defeat was palpable in Bailey Saturday when the Platte Canyon Huskies saw a Foothills League championship and a trip to the state playoffs slip away late in a back-and-forth contest against the Manual Thunderbirds.

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The South Park Burros will be hoping to cap their football season with a Homecoming victory over the Lyons Lions Oct. 29 at 1 p.m.

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A decade had passed  since the Platte Canyon Huskies had beaten the Bennett Tigers in a football game when the two teams met Saturday in Bailey for a Class 1A Foothills League showdown.

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  For the first time since 2014., the Platte Canyon boys cross country team won the Frontier League cross country meet Oct. 14. Platte Canyon coach Mike Demko was named Frontier Coach of the Year.

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Platte Canyon High School and Fitzsimmons Middle School, along with the South Park Middle School cross country squads, were in Fairplay Saturday Oct. 8 for the Two Mile High invitational.

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Fitzsimmons Middle School football team faced Academy on Wednesday Oct. 6 on the Wildcats home field. The Huskies beat the Wildcats 34-6 in their final game of the season. The Huskies finished the season 4-1.

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After beating Sheridan 50-6  in the first week of conference play, the Platte Canyon Huskies added another convincing victory last week on the road against Jefferson, 53-13.

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The South Park High School Burros have already made their mark on the volleyball court this season by emerging as a playoff contender and pulling off its first victory over Cotopaxi since 2016.

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The South Park High School volleyball squad continues to pick up victories and is now 5-7 on the season. But more importantly, the Burros are 2-2 in conference play and are still very much in contention for a potential trip to the playoffs despite featuring three freshmen in the starting lineup.

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The Platte Canyon Huskies football team turned in an impressive homecoming performance despite unusual circumstances Saturday in their first conference football game of the season against the Sheridan Rams.

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Platte Canyon High School and Fitzsimmons Middle School cross country squads competed in the Buena Vista Invite.

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It is safe to say that the most significant victory posted by a Park County fall sports team this season came courtesy of the South Park Burros Sept. 25 against the Cotopaxi Pirates in five exciting games.

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Ten high school students regularly participate in the Platte Canyon High School Disc Golf Club. The club practices at the Bailey Outdoor Education and Recreation Area (BOERA) property owned by the Platte Canyon School District at 599 Rosalie Rd. in Bailey. The local course is ranked 25th in …

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The news was not especially encouraging for Park County high school football teams last week, as the Platte Canyon Huskies fell 42-6 to the Highland Huskies and the Burros lost 66-6 at home to the Soroco Rams.

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After a dominating performance in week one of the high school football season, the Platte Canyon Huskies did not fare as well in week two in a 27-0 home loss to the Flatiron Academy Bison Aug. 4.

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 The Fitzsimmons Middle School football team traveled to Idaho Springs Sept. 1 to face Clear Creek and the Huskies came home with a 48-32 win to even their record at 1-1.

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Platte Canyon High School and Fitzsimmons Middle School Huskies were at the Lake County Invite in Leadville Sept. 4.

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 The Huskies started the season with their first three games on the road. They were at Lyons Aug. 24, and then over the pass at old rival South Park on Aug. 26, and at league foe Arrupe Jesuit Aug. 26.

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The South Park High School volleyball squad under the direction of head coach Taylor Firth and assistant Victoria Farestad has but one senior on the roster.

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When first-year head football coach Coree Rivas received the 2021 football schedule, one particular date got his immediate attention.

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As a longtime sportswriter and lifelong sports enthusiast, I am extremely excited about the return of local sports as a prominent addition to The Flume’s pages.

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Platte Canyon High School senior Allen Hardey ran for two touchdowns and recorded a safety late in the game leading the Huskies to an 18-0 victory at home over the Del Norte Tigers in a season-opener for both teams Aug. 28.

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It might be difficult to believe, but high school sports are already off and running for both the South Park Burros and Platte Canyon Huskies.

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Most athletes set specific goals for themselves that help to keep them focused and on target in terms of training, conditioning and overall self-improvement.

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Colorado High School Athelic Association has announced the girls All State track teams. This is based on being a state champion.

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Platte Canyon’s track and field team competed in the Joe Shields Invitational in Kremmling on Saturday. There were 14 boys teams and 23 girls teams. The girls finished third and the boys fifth.

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Platte Canyon’s baseball team faced Bennett Tigers on Wednesday, May 26. The Tigers won 20-0. The Huskies had only three hits, two by freshman Greg Ormas and one by freshman Sam Patterson.

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Jordan Burnett is fast. Any questioning of that fact would disappear faster than any hopes of catching her as she blitzes her way to another win in the 100-meter dash. Or the 200. Or the 400.

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The Platte Canyon Huskies baseball team has had a topsy-turvy season thus far. The roster is highlighted by a talented core of underclassmen and features just three upperclassmen on the entire team.

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The Platte Canyon wrestling team had one wrestler qualify for the 2A state tournament on March 12 in Pueblo.

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Jordan Burnett, South Park High School student, signed with the Colorado Mesa University Track and Field team. In the picture from left to right: Top row, left-to-right: Nina Asher, Morgan Burnett, Kyle Graff, Gretchen Panicucci. Bottom row: Scott Burnett, Jordan Burnett, Laurence Burnett. (…

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