Friday, November 16, 2018

Mammoth fall in Georgia, remain tied for first in the NLL West

The Colorado Mammoth surrendered their highest goal total of the season but remain tied for the best record in the league and first in the NLL West.

Mammoth clinch a playoff spot with win over the Knighthawks

With the win, the Mammoth reach the NLL playoffs for the seventh-straight year and third-straight time under head coach Pat Coyle.

Furniture Row Racing to field second Cup Camry with Erik Jones, 5-hour ENERGY

Furniture Row Racing announced Sunday that it will field a second team in 2017 with Erik Jones driving the No. 77 Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Erik Jones posts career-best finish with solid night at Bristol

Jones started from the pole at Bristol Motor Speedway in his No. 77 5-hour ENERGY Toyota and led the most laps in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
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Bold Predictions: Upsets abound and the Broncos keep clean

The Broncos are on their bye week and Doug Ottewill predicts they'll come back rested and relaxed, not under arrest. Also, he's got a game to bet the farm on - your farm, not his

Travis Pastrana: “The guys are on point” as Nitro Circus hits Denver

As the high-flying action sports tour nears its close, motorsports legend Travis Pastrana says his team of athletes is ready to give Denver a big show on Nov. 17

Former Denver Bronco Karl Mecklenburg weighs in on Super Bowl LI

With this overwhelming offensive talent for both the Patriots and the Falcons, the game may come down to the other side of the ball.

Truex becomes first driver to sweep a race in NASCAR’s new format

The Furniture Row Racing driver swept the Kobalt 400 by winning the two stage races and later claiming the overall victory at the 1.5-mile track.

Outlaws enter MLL semis seeking first 2017 win against Rattlers

If the Denver Outlaws are going to defend their MLL title, they'll have to beat a team that so far this season has had their number.

MHS teams with IKEA Centennial for spring games

Watch 12 local high school teams compete in 10 games for $2000 in cash and prizes. Games include egg catch, hockey shot, milk jug knockout and more