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The Greeley Tribune
Katie Mackey conquered the Weld County preps hoops scene. She became a standout collegiate player in Durango. She garnered nationwide attention in St. Joseph, Mo.So, what's next? Building a name for herself worldwide, naturally.Since graduating from Eaton High School in 2006, Mackey has managed to excel everywhere her women's basketball career has taken her.She most recently found success...
The Greeley Tribune
Saturday, April 3 College BaseballMontana State-Billings at Northern Colorado, noon College Men's TennisNorthern Colorado at Weber State, 2 p.m. College Track and FieldNorthern Colorado at Tom Benich Invitational, Greeley College Women's TennisNorthern Colorado at Idaho State, 10 a.m. BaseballEaton at Bennett, 10 a.m.; Fort Lupton at Arvada, 10 a.m.; Valley at Arrupe Jesuit, 11 a.m.; Platte...
Nuggets.com
Courtesy of nba.com/nuggets DENVER, Aug. 10, 2010 – Seeking their third straight Northwest Division title and fourth consecutive 50-win season, the Denver Nuggets will open the 2010-11 season against the Utah Jazz at Pepsi Center on Wednesday, Oct. 27. The Nuggets will play their first road game Oct. 29 at New Orleans, followed by a back-to-back game at Houston on Oct. 30. Eight of Denver’s...
The Denver Post
By Mike ChambersCourtesy of The Denver Post Former DU men’s basketball star Nate Rohnert is close to signing a professional contract with a European team. The Parker native averaged 15.1 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.2 assists last season for the Pioneers. “Hopefully something comes through soon,” Rohnert said. “Definitely going to be playing in Europe. It’s an exciting time. As a kid you always...
The Denver Post
By Neil DevlinCourtesy of The Denver Post The late, great Frank Zappa sang about moving to Montana to raise dental floss. Jordan Gregory, a blur of a guard who led Pueblo East to a Colorado runner-up finish the past season, will be doing likewise in 2011, only he’ll be playing basketball. The 6-foot-2 senior has decided to join the Grizzlies of the Big Sky Conference. In averaging 24 points...
RMACSports.org
Courtesy of RMACSports.org Check out the preseason polls and top players from the RMAC. Click here for the men's preview Click here for the women's preview 
The Coloradoan
By Kelly LyleCourtesy of The Coloradoan Kansas' first basketball coach was Dr. James Naismith, the man who invented the game. Wilt Chamberlain, one of the game's all-time greats played there, and legends Dean Smith and Phog Allen both coached there. Kansas has won six national championships and is one of just two college basketball programs in the nation to have won more than 2,000 games. The...
The Denver Post
By Natalie MeislerCourtesy of The Denver Post FORT COLLINS — He survived nearly a dozen people crammed into his Baton Rouge, La., house in the aftermath of Katrina. He endured isolation at a remote junior college outpost in Kansas. Then the real test arrived for Travis Franklin, when he found his perfect home in what he called "a nice college town." Namely, adapting to a new school and a higher...