Heading into his final semester at Harrison High School, 18-year-old Jarrett Morris had a laundry list of to-dos he sought to accomplish in his final days at Harrison High School.
Colorado High School Activities Association had a succinct message for the state’s athletes and activities participants on April 21: “Spring 2020 season canceled due to on-going COVID-19 pandemic.”
In today’s episode of “There’s a Meme For That”: A photo of two men, who appear to be businessmen-turned-miners, digging for diamonds. One of the gentlemen clearly has plenty of energy left to accomplish the mission, while the other walks away, defeated, with the treasure a hit or two away from his possession.
The Class 4A state basketball playoffs didn’t end how Harrison High School senior Jaylean Franck hoped, but off the court, he strives to assure his career outside the lines proceeds as planned.
Stallion shines on the state stage By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express Hailey Jo Ahsmuhs became the first wrestler in Sierra High School history — boys or girls — to earn the title of state wrestling champion. Ahsmuhs nearly missed the opportunity, though, at the
Hot hoops By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express Sierra High School’s girls basketball team has their eyes on the prize, which is the coveted Class 4A state championship. They’re on the road to success after the 11-seeded Stallions sent the No. 44-seeded Rifle Bears into hibernation
When my brothers and I attended Harrison, the District 2 rivalry was phenomenal: Pep rallies, spirit days and school camaraderie, the whole nine. Those are memories I have to cherish forever.
Sierra’s D’Nae Wilson excels academically and as an athlete By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express Nothing says confidence like knocking down a 24-foot three in the fourth quarter of a basketball game. Sierra High School senior girls basketball captain D’Nae Wilson exuded it all night
Here’s a look at what’s in store for local prep athletes this winter season By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express Finally, it’s the time of the season where parents, fans and eventgoers don’t have to focus on staying warm and can enjoy the game, meet
By Marcus Hill The Southeast Express So I won’t give you a rundown of what I deem accomplishments in my life, I’ll simply get to the gist of what you desire to know. Yes, I was an “athlete” in high school, but I’m not about
College conferences, Hillside partner on free youth sports clinic It didn’t take long for the competition to heat up between the Spartans and the Girl Power Pandas Oct. 5. And that’s good thing, given that the boys vs. girls soccer scrimmage lasted only about five
Taking a tour of Southeast Colorado Springs in the most scenic of ways … on a bicycle By Lily Reavis The Southeast Express Allen Beauchamp has one goal: getting “more butts on bikes, more often, safely.” Beauchamp has been involved in the local cycling scene
Sierra , neighborhood celebrate season opener on home turf For the first time in its 35-year history, Sierra High School is hosting varsity football games on home turf. The season opened Friday, Aug. 30, and despite a tough, 46-8 loss to The Classical Academy,
Family, friends reflect on life and legacy of Samuel Dunlap Jr. Icon. Legend. Athlete. Coach. Mentor. Advocate. Friend. To Southeast Colorado Springs, and to the city as a whole, the late Samuel Dunlap Jr. was all of these things. But to Michael and Darren Dunlap,
Southeast Colorado Springs athletes took their A-games to Denver May 16, 17 and 18 for the Colorado High School Athletic Association’s coed State Track and Field Championships. They brought home some heavy metal and bragging rights. The Harrison High School Panthers roared at the state