Lakewood and Grandview meet on Saturday at 12 p.m. in a first-round Class 5A playoff matchup at Legacy Stadium. The game will be streamed live via Post Preps Radio, as well as archived afterward on The Denver Post site. The No. 9 Tigers (8-2) ripped off three straight quality wins to close the regular season on a high note, while the No. 8 Wolves (8-2) also have momentum behind junior tailback Jordan Billingsley. Kyle Barton and Christian Backes have the call starting at 11:55 a.m. from Aurora.
Sophomore wideout/defensive back Cameron Shelley is now at Craig HospitalLegacy sophomore Cameron Shelley, who suffered a spinal cord injury during football practice on Oct. 3, is surrounded by teammates at Craig Hospital this week. ( Mark Shelley / Courtesy Photo )Last fall, the Legacy football team was involved in a fatal bus crash that killed the driver and left 18 others injured, including head coach Wayne Voorhees.
Last fall, the Legacy football team was involved in a fatal bus crash that killed the driver and left 18 others injured, including head coach Wayne Voorhees. Now this season, the Lightning are dealing with more adversity, this time in the form of a spinal cord injury to junior varsity player Cameron Shelley. The sophomore wideout and defensive back sustained the injury, called central cord syndrome, during practice on Oct. 3.
#Broncos late, great coach Red Miller being inducted into the Ring of Fame at halftime here at Sports Authority. From 1977-80, Miller "helped ignite the franchise’s winning ways": https://t.co/FdZdFrKMeK#NFL
#Broncos get 61yd FG blocked to end first half, and Bengals take 13-7 lead into the locker room. Offensive line play, wideouts catching the ball, body language and, yes, quarterbacking among the many areas needing improvement for Denver #NFL
1Q in a nutshell: Bengals take early lead after TD following Osweiler's red zone INT returned to Denver 1yd line, but #Broncos come back with scoring drive capped by CJ Anderson TD run. Denver leads 7-6 #NFL
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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