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With the regular track and field season over, a smaller group of Lake County High School athletes attended the St. Vrain HOKA Invitational last Friday at Longmont High School with the hope of improving their performances and claiming a few more spots at this year’s state track and field meet…

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With the regular track and field season over, a smaller group of Lake County High School athletes attended the St. Vrain HOKA Invitational last Friday at Longmont High School with the hope of improving their performances and claiming a few more spots at this year’s state track and field meet…

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Last year, both the Lake County women’s and men’s track & field teams won the Frontier League Championship. This year, having graduated a significant number of seniors, the Panthers came in as the underdog to a strong Platte Canyon program. The league championship was held at Jeffco Stad…

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Lake County High School’s track and field team participated in two meets last week. The first was on Tuesday, April 26 at Battle Mountain High School of Edwards and the second occurred on Thursday, April 28 at Denver Christian School.

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The Lake County High School track and field team split up and attended two different meets on Saturday in order to find enough entries for all 49 athletes. Forty percent of the team traveled to Del Norte and raced against 2A and 3A schools, while the other 60 percent competed against 1A and …

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Lake County resident Shyann Espinoza displays her first place medal after competing in the CARA Skills Challenge in Denver last week.

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A group of Lake County skiers traveled to Loveland Ski Area in early April for the Loveland Derby, a popular race that celebrates the closing of the season with fast laps, costumes and barbecue. The race, which began more than 60 years ago, is one of the largest amateur races in the country.…

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The Lake County High School track and field team competed at the Eagle Valley Invitational on Saturday, April 9. Out of the 14 teams participating, a few were 2A, but most were larger 3A and 4A schools. The Panthers took advantage of the quality competition and the pleasant weather to achiev…

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The Lake County High School girls soccer team faced an onslaught of tough competitors during a string of five games last week, two of which were played in Lake County.

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Last weekend was busy for Lake County High School’s track and field team. The pole vault crew and most of the rookie athletes attended the Meeker Invitational on Friday, and then a large contingent competed in the Salida Invitational on Saturday.

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Lake County High School’s track and field squad attended their first meet of the season last Saturday in Pueblo.

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The Lake County High School Nordic team competed at the Steamboat Springs Touring Center on Saturday, Feb. 12. The race was a five-kilometer classic race and was the last state qualifying race of the season.

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On Friday, Feb. 4, Panther Alpine skiers traveled to Keystone Ski Resort to compete in the final giant slalom race of the regular season. It was a bitter cold morning, but calm winds, sunny skies and a newly-opened race venue made for another great day of racing.

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The Lake County High School Nordic team hosted the first ever Colorado High School Ski League Nordic Relay Championships on Saturday, Feb. 5. Eleven high schools from around the state sent teams to challenge themselves on the local Timberline Trails at Colorado Mountain College (CMC).

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Last Saturday, the Lake County High School Nordic teams traveled to Minturn for a full day of racing. In the morning, the teams competed in a three kilometer classic race, and in the afternoon, the teams took part in a 5K skate race. Both races were state qualifiers. The courses looped throu…

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The Lake County High School girls basketball team played four games last week, adding two wins and two losses to their season record.

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The Lake County High School Alpine ski team competed in its second Giant Slalom race of the Colorado High School Activities Association season on Friday, Jan. 28 at home hill Ski Cooper. The frigid morning temps but sunny weather led to a beautiful day of ski racing on great snow conditions.

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The Lake County High School girls and boys basketball teams each suffered a regular season loss at home to DSST: Montview last week. The Panthers girls team was defeated 42-18 by DSST while the Panthers boys team was defeated 56-48.

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The Lake County High School girls and boys basketball teams each played one home game over the weekend against The Academy of Charter Schools of Westminster. Both Lake County High School (LCHS) teams lost their respective games.

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The Lake County High School Alpine ski team competed in its first race of the season at Loveland Ski Area last Friday, Jan. 7. The late arrival of winter this year resulted in a field full of athletes with little to no time skiing gates, with the Panthers as no exception.

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The Lake County High School boys basketball team won two non-league games last week, bumping the team’s overall record to 3-1 this season.

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The Lake County High School girls basketball team played two tournament games over the weekend, bagging a win and a loss to mark the beginning of the team’s season.

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As hundreds of the world’s top alpine ski racers from the United States, Europe, New Zealand and beyond have descended on Copper Mountain for pre-season training during the last month, members of the Colorado Mountain College Alpine Ski Team have been training right alongside them.

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Local sled dogs are competing for a chance to run at the 27th annual Pedigree Stage Stop Race in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this winter. The team will be driven by musher Austin Forney of Leadville.

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The Lake County High School girls volleyball team ended their season over the weekend with two regional tournament matches. The Panthers entered the tournament ranked higher than any Lake County volleyball team since entering the Frontier League.

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For the Lake County High School girls cross-county team, who won the 2A state championship on Oct. 30 as the first Lake County sports team to achieve the title in 25 years, the road to this year’s victory began well before the season did.

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On Saturday, Oct. 23, the Lake County Middle School cross-country team raced in their final meet of the season at the Colorado Middle School State Championships in Denver. It was a warm day along the flat and dusty Front Range course.

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After a sucessful regular season, the Lake County High School boys soccer team is advancing to the state tournament for the first time in close to a decade, according to Lake County School District Althletic Director Brett Hanger.

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Leadville Racing, the Lake County High School mountain bike team, wrapped up the season last weekend with the state championships.

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Lyons High School hosted the 2A Region 1 cross-country meet on Thursday, Oct. 21. Lake County High School showed up with two major goals: to qualify for the state cross-country championships and to defend the women’s team title that they won in 2020.

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On Thursday, Oct. 14 the Lake County Middle School cross-country team raced at the Frontier League Meet Championship in Broomfield. It was a cold and rainy day to run a fast course at a lower elevation.

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Lake County High School brought home a pile of hardware from the Frontier League Cross-Country Championships on Thursday, Oct.14 at Broomfield County Commons Park.

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The Lake County High School girls volleyball team suffered their third loss of the season last week against The Academy of Charter Schools of Westminster.

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On Friday, Oct. 8, Lake County Middle School raced in the Two Mile High XC Invitational at Fairplay High School. It was a brisk morning to run a 3K mixed course that included both flat and steep sections over pavement and rocky terrain.

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The Colorado Mountain College Eagles traveled to Colorado Springs on Oct. 8 to compete in the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Cross-Country Open.