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The Wait for Rocktober is Almost Over

The Wait for Rocktober is Almost Over

September 21, 2017

By October 2007, the Colorado Rockies had made a name for themselves, after making it all the way to the World Series. Unfortunately, the Rockies were...

The Denver Defense Wrangles Up The Cowboys

The Denver Defense Wrangles Up The Cowboys

September 19, 2017

America’s teams met up for the first time in four years. A lot has changed in those years: Dallas gained two new stars and the Broncos won a Super Bowl...

Sentimental Moments and Breaking News Overshadow Lackluster NBA All-Star Weekend

Marcus Montoya, News Editor; Sports and Health Reporter

February 23, 2017

NBA All-Star weekend is usually a fan favorite -- the Dunk Contest, 3-Point shootout and Skills Challenge reign supreme for the mid-season festivities. This year, a tribute to TNT’s Craig Sager and the drama surrounding Demarcus Cousins commanded the spotlight. Skills Challenge There is no other competition that has such diversity among its participants than the Skills Challen...

The Warriors Came, Saw, and Got Blown Out?

Marcus Montoya, News Editor; Sports and Health Reporter

February 16, 2017

The Golden State Warriors are easily the most entertaining show in the National Basketball Association. When they visit arenas around the league, fans usually jump on the bandwagon to watch their hometown teams get destroyed; this night however, your Denver Nuggets were tying NBA records en route to blowing out the defending Western Conference Champions.

Greatest Super Bowl Ever?

Greatest Super Bowl Ever?

February 10, 2017

What may have been the biggest setback in Brady’s career set the stage for what is arguably the greatest comeback in the history of the NFL.

Sports Bigger than Legislation?

Marcus Montoya, Sports and Health Reporter

February 10, 2017

When Donald Trump signed an executive order limiting travel for seven “countries of concern,” he did more than stir the pot; he struck fear in the hearts of countless people. In the pen stroke heard ‘round the world, one group, for the time being, managed to escape persecution from the witch hunt: athletes.

Terrific Tom goes for G.O.A.T in Super Bowl LI

Marcus Montoya, Sports and Health Reporter

January 26, 2017

A disappointing weekend of NFL action leaves fans thirsty for a good game, and Super Bowl 51 may have what it takes to fill the void.  The NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons march into Houston facing the greatest quarterback of all time in Tom Brady (more on that later), after dismantling the Green Bay Packers.  Drama and story lines aplenty, this match-up has what it takes to...

Coach Bednar Disappointed With Av’s Season

Sam Baquet, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Reporter

December 1, 2016

With the NHL season a quarter of the way through, Avalanche head coach Jarrod Bednar is disappointed with the overall play of his team.  The Avalanche have a 9-11-1 record; moreover, the Avalanche have a three game losing streak after losing 5-3 against the Nashville Predators on Tuesday, November 29th. Coach Bednar is know for being a usually upbeat coach when it comes...

Brazilian Soccer team Killed in Plane Crash before Championship

Brazilian Soccer team Killed in Plane Crash before Championship

December 1, 2016

Chapecoense, a men’s Brazilian soccer team was aboard a charter flight holding 81 passengers, 75 of which died.  All but three men who boarded the flight...