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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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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.

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The Lake County High School girls volleyball team played five matches last week, including a league game, three tournament games and a non-league game, amassing only one loss.

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Last Thursday, the Lake County Middle School cross-country team competed in the Peaks League Championship at Homestake Peak School of Eagle. The Lake County girls team placed third overall, led by Chloe King in 13th place with a time of 13 minutes and 27 seconds. King was followed by Aimee L…

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Leadville Racing, the Lake County High School mountain bike team, competed in the second race of the Colorado High School Mountain Bike Series at Snowmass Village on Sept. 25. It was going to be a tall task to continue the success the team experienced at their home race several weeks before,…

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The Lake County High School boys soccer team tallied two more wins on their season record last week after successful games against Sheridan High School of Englewood and DSST Montview High School of Denver.

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Lake County High School’s cross-country teams traveled to Colorado Springs to compete in the Courser Lightning Invitational hosted by Vanguard School on Friday, Oct. 1. Reaping the benefits of a recovery week, low elevation, a fast course, quality competition and motivation to finish quickly…

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The Lake County High School boys soccer team saw its first loss in five games last week after a close game against The Academy of Charter Schools Wildcats of Westminster.

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The Colorado Mountain College cross-country team hosted a meet on Saturday, Sept. 25, which included high school and middle school races.  In the high school division, Lake County competed against four other schools — Eagle Valley, Coal Ridge, Windsor and Custer County — and proved their str…

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On Saturday, Sept. 25, Lake County Middle School Cross-Country raced at the Colorado Mountain College XC Invitational here in Leadville. Both the girls and boys teams raced a long and largely uphill course against the clock without any other competing middle school teams.

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The Colorado Mountain College cross-country team is gearing up for another season of running this fall. The team kicked off the 2021 meet schedule on Saturday in Colorado Springs.

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The Lake County High School boys soccer team won last week’s non-league game against Dolores Huerta Prepatory High of Pueblo.

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Lake Count High School’s cross-country team competed in the Mountaineer Cowboy Invitational in Gunnison on Saturday, Sept. 18. Ten other schools were there, representing the 2A, 3A and 4A divisions.  The 5K course consisted primarily of flat dirt trails. Although the Panthers raced in the he…

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Lake County Middle School traveled down to Miller Ranch Open Space in Eagle County earlier this month for the Wildcat Invite hosted by Berry Creek Middle School of Edwards.

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The Lake County High School girls volleyball team increased their seasonal win count last week with a win against Arrupe Jesuit High School of Denver.

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The Lake County High School girls volleyball team played one match last week, increasing the team’s winning record of 6-1 this season.

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The Lake County High School boys soccer team played two games last week, winning both and extending the team’s season record to 5-2.

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The Lake County High School boys soccer team won two games last week against Middle Park High School of Granby and Ellicott High School of Calhan.

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The Lake County High School girls volleyball team won last week’s match against Buena Vista High School.

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The Panthers cross-country teams hosted the Lake County XC Invitational on the beautiful trails at Colorado Mountain College last Saturday. Ten high schools (of the 2A, 3A and 4A varieties) and seven middle schools participated in the competition.

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Lake County High School’s cross-country team returned to action last Saturday at the Battle Mountain Husky Invitational in Minturn. Out of the 14 schools competing, 10 of them were 4A or larger. Lake County, Buena Vista, Soroco and West Grand represented the 2A division.

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After a winning start to the season last week, the Lake County High School girls volleyball team played four matches over the weekend as part of a tournament in Estes Park. Lake County’s team won three of the matches, but lost in the final match to St. Mary’s Academy of Englewood.

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Lake County Middle School traveled to Minturn for the Battle Mountain Husky Invitational on Saturday, Aug. 18.

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Fourteen Lake County High School athletes competed in the Colorado State Track and Field Championship June 24-26. The boys’ team surprised the field and won second place overall.

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Last week provided two opportunities for Lake County High School’s track and field athletes to improve their marks before the state-qualifying rankings were finalized. On Tuesday, June 15, the Panthers competed against six other 2A schools at South Park High School in Fairplay.

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The Lake County High School Track and Field Team successfully claimed the women’s and men’s team titles at the Frontier League Championships on Thursday, June 10 at Bennett High School, despite 90 degree temperatures and strong winds.

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The Lake County High School girls soccer team lost a non-league game last week 1-0.

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Lake County High School’s track and field team participated in the Tiger/Bulldog Invitational held at Hayden High School and Friday Night Lights hosted by Pueblo West High School last week. T-shirts were awarded to event champions at both events, and the Panthers brought home quite a bit of …

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After a restructuring of the team’s schedule, the Lake County High School girls soccer team returned to the field last week for a match against the Pirates of Pagosa Springs High School.

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On Tuesday, May 25, Lake County High School participated in its first pole vault only meet. Six Panther athletes traveled to West Grand High School and competed against 52 other vaulters from 10 different schools.  

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Last week was busy for Lake County High School’s track and field team. On Tuesday, May 18, the Panthers competed in the rain at the David S. D’Evelyn Invitational held at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood.  On Friday, May 21, the team enjoyed the sunshine in New Castle at the Coal Ridge Invitational.

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The Lake County High School girls soccer team won their first game of the season last week against Sheridan High School of Englewood. The score of last Saturday’s non-league home game was 10-0, with the Panthers scoring four goals in the first half and another six in the second half.

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On Friday, May 14, the Lake County High School Track and Field Team participated in the High Altitude Challenge hosted by Alamosa High School. The meet began in the late afternoon and ended around 10 p.m., offering athletes cooler temperatures and the opportunity to run under the lights.  It…

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On Friday, May 7, the Lake County High School Track and Field team returned to action after almost two years. They participated in the Rifle Invitational, held at Coal Ridge High School, along with 13 other 2A and 3A division schools.