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Today's Sports

  • Heinz won't let health...

    There’s that ever-present smile on Eric Heinz’s face as he saunters into the cafeteria at Bromley East Charter School.

    It’s the smile that comes from self-knowledge that he’s “in his element” as a physical education teacher and youth wrestling coach, the sorts of jobs where he can make an impact on students at the school.

    But if you look carefully, you’ll see there’s something wrong.

  • Heinz won't let health...

    There’s that ever-present smile on Eric Heinz’s face as he saunters into the cafeteria at Bromley East Charter School.

    It’s the smile that comes from self-knowledge that he’s “in his element” as a physical education teacher and youth wrestling coach, the sorts of jobs where he can make an impact on students at the school.

    But if you look carefully, you’ll see there’s something wrong.

  • Swackenberg joins Fort Lewis for...

    BRIGHTON — For Kendra Swackenberg, it was a case of putting some icing on the cake.

    She verbally committed to Fort Lewis College in Durango seven months ago. She made it official Nov. 17 when she signed her volleyball letter of intent in the BHS library.

    Aside from more volleyball in her future, Swackenberg wants to be a teacher.

  • Swackenberg joins Fort Lewis for...

    BRIGHTON — For Kendra Swackenberg, it was a case of putting some icing on the cake.

    She verbally committed to Fort Lewis College in Durango seven months ago. She made it official Nov. 17 when she signed her volleyball letter of intent in the BHS library.

    Aside from more volleyball in her future, Swackenberg wants to be a teacher.

  • Michel heads for college...

    BRIGHTON — There’s something about helping young children that appeals to Brighton’s Kayla Michel.

    BHS’ catcher and all-state softball selection made her choice to enroll and continue playing softball at Chadron (Neb.) State College Nov. 17. She was part of a three-way letter-signing program in the school’s library.

  • Michel heads for college...

    BRIGHTON — There’s something about helping young children that appeals to Brighton’s Kayla Michel.

    BHS’ catcher and all-state softball selection made her choice to enroll and continue playing softball at Chadron (Neb.) State College Nov. 17. She was part of a three-way letter-signing program in the school’s library.

  • Major school, short drive help...

    BRIGHTON – The chance to play for an NCAA Division I school has a certain pull to it.

    So does playing for that school if it’s 40 minutes from home.

  • Major school, short drive help...

    BRIGHTON – The chance to play for an NCAA Division I school has a certain pull to it.

    So does playing for that school if it’s 40 minutes from home.

  • BHS sending runners to Nike...

    BRIGHTON —  Brighton High School is sending a small contingent to the Nike Southwest Regional meet in Phoenix this weekend.

    The members are Aby Smidt, Caitlin Cunningham, Kaila Green, Kailey Hansen, Alicia and Julie Montoya, Alex Gregory, Frankki Ramirez, Dan Mordecai, Juan Martinez, Kalen Taylor, Zach Polliard, Nick DeSplinter, Vaughn Wilson and Anthony Herman.

  • BHS sending runners to Nike...

    BRIGHTON —  Brighton High School is sending a small contingent to the Nike Southwest Regional meet in Phoenix this weekend.

    The members are Aby Smidt, Caitlin Cunningham, Kaila Green, Kailey Hansen, Alicia and Julie Montoya, Alex Gregory, Frankki Ramirez, Dan Mordecai, Juan Martinez, Kalen Taylor, Zach Polliard, Nick DeSplinter, Vaughn Wilson and Anthony Herman.