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Gamblers wagered nearly $212M in August

LAKEWOOD — Colorado gamblers wagered nearly $212 million during August, a 16.9% over the total handle of the prior month and a 64.7% increase from August a year ago. BizWest's Notable Women in Human Resources recognizes outstanding women who recruit, attract and engage employees, and help manage the rapid change every business must navigate today.
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Youth basketball registration opening September 27

Registration for the City of Brighton’s 2022 youth basketball season will open Monday, September 27. The season will run from January 15 to February 26 for youth ages 6-12 years old. Teams are guaranteed one practice per week, but older teams may have the option for two practices. Additionally, some games may be played on weeknights because of reduced gym availability on Saturdays.
BRIGHTON, CO
chatsports.com

Buffs Set Non-Conference Slate

BOULDER – Head coach JR Payne and the Colorado women's basketball team announced an 11-game non-conference schedule, that includes the return of the team's Rocky Mountain Hoops Classic on Monday. Colorado will host eight home contests at the CU Events Center before jumping into Pac-12 play. Teams from the Big...
BOULDER, CO
buffzone.com

Nonconference schedule released for 2021-22 CU Buffs women’s basketball

On the same day the Colorado women’s basketball team learned of a significant development to the program’s future schedules, the Buffaloes announced their nonconference ledger for the 2021-22 season. The sixth season under head coach JR Payne begins on Nov. 10 with a visit to the Buffaloes’ former Big 12...
BOULDER, CO
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Pac-12 basketball announces historic home-and-home agreement with SWAC

The recently-announced alliance between the Pac-12 Conference, ACC, and the Big Ten won’t be the only forthcoming change to future scheduling in Pac-12 basketball. On Monday, the league announced a partnership with the Southwestern Athletic Conference for the member schools to trade home-and-home dates in men’s and women’s basketball beginning with the 2022-23 season through the 2025-26 season.
BOULDER, CO
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Buffs Top Rams, Extend Perfect Start To 8-0

BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes volleyball team extended its school-record undefeated start to the season to eight matches, taking down rival Colorado State 3-1 (22-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-20) Thursday night here at the CU Events Center. The Buffs improve to a perfect 8-0 on the season, the best start in...
COLORADO STATE
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Zach Ruebesam Named Director of Player Development

BOULDER – Zach Ruebesam has been named Director of Player Development for the University of Colorado men's basketball team, head coach Tad Boyle announced on Monday. Ruebesam, a Colorado native and CU Boulder graduate, replaces Nate Tomlinson who left this summer for an assistant coach position at George Mason. "It's...
BOULDER, CO
Gillette News Record

Drube Strong: Donations being collected for former Camel Kirby Drube

A GoFundMe account has raised nearly $30,000 over the last week for former Campbell County High School and University of Wyoming standout athlete Kirby Drube. Drube was airlifted last week to the Highlands Ranch Medical Center in Denver, Colorado, after experiencing complications from COVID-19, according to the GoFundMe page. The originally goal was $10,000 and stands at $29,006 as of Friday afternoon.
GILLETTE, WY
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Cessna's Game Day pick: Aggies poised to pass test in Denver on Saturday

Texas A&M made a lot of mistakes last week and won by 31 points. Kent State isn’t good enough to beat A&M and neither is Colorado. The Buffaloes will be a stiffer test, but considering the Aggies' aspirations, they should amount to dust in the road as A&M continues using its first five games to get ready for Alabama.
BOULDER, CO
coloradopolitics.com

Colorado sports betting wagers plunge 21% in July

Sports betting in Colorado was down 21% in July compared to the previous month, according to data released Thursday by the state’s revenue department. More than $181 million was wagered in July, down from almost $230 million in June and $248 million in May, the Colorado Department of Revenue’s Division of Gaming said. The state collected nearly a million dollars in tax revenue from July wagers, according to the department.
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Daily Camera

All-girl elementary basketball league launches in Longmont

Longmont now has an all-girls basketball program, LoCo Girls Basketball League, for youths in third through fifth grades. Play starts Sept. 11. The newly launched nonprofit aims at teaching young girls the fundamentals of basketball in a positive and empowering environment that it hopes will foster better attitude toward girls and women in sports.
LONGMONT, CO
kiowacountypress.net

Colorado sports betting wagers plunge 21% in July

(The Center Square) - Sports betting in Colorado was down 21% in July compared to the previous month, according to data released by the state's revenue department. More than $181 million was wagered in July, down from almost $230 million in June and $248 million in May, the Colorado Department of Revenue's Division of Gaming said. The state collected nearly a million dollars in tax revenue from July wagers, according to the department.
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ThunderRidge shows grit in softball victory

One question was answered in ThunderRidge High School's 5-2 girls softball victory over Mountain Vista High in an Aug. 30 game played in downtown Denver at Metropolitan State University. The teams from Highlands Ranch each entered the game with a 3-0 record, but Mountain Vista has a resume of general...
DENVER, CO