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Today's Sports

  • ThunderHawk Midnight Madness...
  • Signing on the dotted line
  • Kemp eager to move to Nebraska...

    Before she had a chance to sign a college letter of intent Nov. 9, Madison Kemp’s high-school soccer coach took the floor.

    Jason Oulman, the coach at Prairie View High School the past nine seasons, had two stories to tell. One involved Kemp’s first appearance at a summer camp.

  • Cox decides to head east to...

    It was quite the allure that led Eagle Ridge volleyball player Lexi Cox to choose Peru (Neb.) State College.

    She signed her letter Nov. 8.

    “They are giving me full tuition and a scholarship,” she said. “It’s very cheap, compared to everything else and they have a good medical program. They have a lot to choose from. It’s going to give me a good layout. They have a bunch of programs I can choose from for the medical field.”

  • Stricklett is on his way to...

    It didn’t take a lot of effort to convince Brighton’s Dylon Stricklett that Trinidad State Junior College was the place for him.

    “Trinidad was the first one to come to me with a scholarship,” Stricklett said after signing a letter of intent Nov. 9. “I didn’t want anything else. It’s a great program. They’ve won seven league titles in a row. As soon as he (coach Matthew Torrez) offered, I knew it was the place for me.”

  • Baca heading to colder climes to...

               Brighton High School wrestling coach Tom Wagner had some advice for senior wrestler Nathan Baca Nov. 9.

                Baca was about to sign a letter of intent to wrestle at Minot State in North Dakota, an area Wagner remembered well from his collegiate days.

  • ERA's Sparks out-of-town...

    Like his classmate, Lexi Cox, Eagle Ridge basketball player Trent Sparks wanted to find a college that was far enough away to be independent and close enough to bring home laundry.

                Doane (Neb.) University was such a place, and Sparks signed his letter of intent Nov. 8.

  • BHS' Litwin moves south for...

    Tori Litwin’s choice of college softball will take her to Trinidad State Junior College. The Brighton High School athlete signed her letter of intent Nov. 9.

                “It wasn’t my first choice,” she said. “But once I set foot on the campus, I knew I was going to love it. It’s the perfect place for me, and it’s where I wanted to be.”

  • Minnesota-Morris snatches Morgan...

               There aren’t a lot of people at any age who enjoy cold weather.

                Don’t count Prairie View softball player Haley Morgan among them. She signed a letter of intent to play at the University of Minnesota-Morris Nov. 9.

  • Brighton HS scoreboard Oct. 27

    Volleyball

    Brighton beat Gateway 25-20, 25-17, 25-15 in Brighton Oct. 24. No stats were available.

    BHS moved to 9-1 in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference with a 25-10, 25-7, 25-6 win over Northglenn Oct. 26 in Brighton. No stats were available.