The first home playoff game led to the first playoff win for the Durango Demons since 2011.
No. 9 Durango High School opened the Colorado High School Activities Association Class 4A Boys...
The NFL’s franchise player tag originally was conceived as a mechanism to ensure that a team would not lose its top player, such as its centerpiece quarterback, in free...
- The NFL in London is a ‘serious prospect’
- Welcome to the new-look NBA
- Luongo is one tough cat against Colorado
- Game 1: Giants
- Florida beats Colorado in OT
Momentum has been hard to come by for the Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team.
After going on a four-game win streak in the span of 12 days in mid-September, the...
- A single goal prevails for FLC
- Seminoles show fight against the Irish
- First look at the ‘jigsaw puzzle’
- Fort Hays can’t protect FLC records
- NCAA Extra
High School Sports
Ready for their first home game since 2011, the Durango Demons are poised for a playoff push.
The Durango High School boys soccer team received a No. 9 seed in the...
- Bayfield seniors seal the IML deal
- Welcome to the ‘third season’
- Demons fight the battle to lose the war
- Pine Creek: ‘I’ll fly away’
- Demons book two for state
And then there was one: the sixth-grade Durango Demons.
Durango beat Aztec 41-8 to advance to their third Youth American Football League title shot in four years.
- Benjamin and Mummery power Durango Swim Club in the pool
- Demons go 3-for-3 in Round 1 of the YAFL playoffs
- Durango shuts out YAFL competition
- Durango Swim Club a bunch of busy bees
- Youth races develop Demons’ running future
Hunting and fishing are not merely pastimes enjoyed by Colorado sportsmen and sportswomen. Abundant wildlife is as much a part of Colorado’s identity as our majestic...
- Park City gets a jump on aerials
- The buffalo jump – civilized and sophisticated?
- Outdoors Briefs
- Hardcores invade Moab for Outerbike
- The Colorado Trail: An honest achievement
The Green Side of Life
A victory was afoot for Miss Ali in Week 7 of the...
On the Run
Back in 2004, there were no organized running...