Blessed Trinity continues to shine on baseball dia...
by Greg Oshust
09:48 AM, Thursday, April 24
Blessed Trinity faced a big challenge as it entered the 2014 season without many of its players from last year’s Class AAA state semifinalists. It has hardly been a rebuilding year for the Titans, however, as they maintain their spot among the sta...

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Missing its two star players and with a young and inexperienced lineup, the Roswell girls’ basketball team struggled ...
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Basketball reaches season’s midpoint
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New Rivalries: Douglas programs find familiar foes in real...
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Harvester girls’ basketball makes mark
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After only earning 15 wins last season, the Douglas County boys’ basketball team has returned to form this year as on...
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