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hermine continues to move up the east coast-- destroying much of what lays in it's path. the tropical storm hermine continues to move up east coast destroying much of what lays in its path. it could return to hurricane status by monday. he was convicted of sexually assaulting a young is out of jail after serving just three months. a douglas county detective in the hospital this morning after being shot in parker. police tracked down the suspect, shooting him and killing him after a chase. police arrested him support sexual assault days after his girlfriend's appearance. now the charges are dropped. it was a day for the kids to hand out -- hang out, excuse me, with their fathers. a single mother steps up to the
i-70 and lookout mountain. we know how backed up it was yesterday. we want to get back to that breaking news. the "associated press" has an earthquake felt from central texas to north dakota. it was a 5.6 magnitude earthquake centered northwest of pawnee, oklahoma. >> people in kansas missouri, norman, oklahoma, texas even reported feeling tremors resulting from the earthquake after 6:00 our time this morning. we have seen tweets from dallas saying they have felt tremors there. on to tropical storm hermine. she is bringing strong winds and heavy rain as it moves through north carolina and virginia this morning. forecasters predict it could
morning. vida urbonas has more from the information center. >> reporter: good morning. after slamming florida as a category 1 hurricane, hermine now downgraded to a tropical storm. there are tropical storm watches and warnings in place along the eastern seaboard from georgia to connecticut. heavy rain, flash floods, dangerous winds and rip currents expected to pose serious threats in the next fe mile-per-hour winds crossed through st. marks. the storm surge of nine feet covered 22 inches of rain, left streets and homes flooded. the weather's channel reynolds wolf was there during the worst of it. >> unbelievable. look at this stuff! >> reporter: from tampa bay to tall has is i, more -- tallahassee, more than a
carolinas, continuing the path of destruction. the path that forecasters say could take it into the waters off the atlantic growing again possibly into hurricane strength. it's expected to cause problems on the east coast through the weekend and even into early next week. in the information center, vida urbonas, belen de leon, have you eaten yet? >> not here. they haven't had any food for us yet. that will be coming later in the newscast. i promise. we are out here at civic center park. no one out here yet because it doesn't start until 10:30. folks are setting up. it's going to be a great day. let's go to the forecast.
you think we can expect to have that mix of clouds and sun as we go throughout your saturday. but that's not going to get in the way of the temperatures warming up. by 3:00 our temperatures will be in the upper 80s. around 7 p.m. a little breezy. temperatures will be -- i am expecting for storms to be between 3 to 7 p.m. in the city. temperatures are nice. this is a nice way to start off your saturday. it's chillier closer to mountains. check out the afternoon mountains. aye-yai-yai. highs in the mid-to-upper 80s on i-25 and on the eastern plains close to 90 degrees. 70s closer to the foothills. doppler 9 this morning showing a bit of lightning. possibly hearing that thunder if you are of you live near the western slope. the potential for more slopes this afternoon along i-25 and a chance for storms to turn severe on the eastern plains. i will time them for you coming
upper 80s. it will get even hotter tomorrow. i have the details of the rest of the labor day forecast coming up. i am out here own my own -- on my own. do you know there is go to be about 500,000 people here over the labor day weekend. we will give you more information on the taste of colorado, as well. hi, sir. i have to say hi to people out here. good morning. >> who is that person yelling at me? >> am i >> thanks, belen. gone gratz -- congrats, folks. you made it to the holiday weekend. yesterday there were backups all afternoon and evening on i- 70. delays between idaho springs and the eisenhower johnson tunnels. we could see more of that today. there is a look at i-70 and lookout mountain there. the backups will get busier.
keeping traffic flowing even when there is an accident. there is a new incident management team in the high country that will work to make sure police, firefighters, and tow trucks are working together. >> when we started getting the backups and we have got these cues, drivers that are unaware can drive right into the back of these cues and that's when we have more problems. >> each of the command team that will be used to push damaged vehicles to the side of the road as soon as possible to get traffic flowing again on a busy i-70. this morning a douglas county sheriff's detective is recovering in critical condition after a shootout in parker. police say it started with a call about a suicidal man walking around with a rifle yesterday. the man started shooting at
he drove away in an rv. there was a chase. it came to a crashing stop a half mile away outside parker adventist hospital. the suspect was shot and killed there. a surreal experience for parents who waited in fear. students were told to hide under their desks. >> you hear about this on the news, about these schools and these shootings. until you experience it yourself with your own child, it doesn't resonate. >> detective brite is now out of surgery and continuing to recover. it's an intersection that now reminds a family of a 14- year-old boy they lost to a drunk driver in july. cole sukle, his family dedicated a sign in his honor at the intersection of yale and madison. that is where an 81-year-old woman hit and killed sukle in july. she had a blood alcohol level
teachers attended the sign dedication on friday. they say he was a positive person and light in their community. >> this sign is going to friend you of a friend. it's going to remind you of somebody we lost. but also hopefully it will have that message to somebody to low down, not look at their cell phone, and never drink and drive. >> an rt the 81-year-old woman who hit cole was injured herself and died days after. prosecutors dropped sexual assault charges in a separate case against a man. jeffrey beier was arrested after his girlfriend was reported missing by her family.
suspect in voight's disappearance. the d.a. says it's become factually intertwined with an ongoing missing persons decision. we have much more on 9news.com. it took four years for sandy hook elementary to tear down the bullet ridden school and create a new safer learning environment. on the first day of class somebody thought it would newton police tracked the man down. police have not shared what specifically he said but he face charges of harassment and investigators are looking into whether he has done this to other schools. it's a case that sparked a debate over how those convicted of sexual assault should be punished. people are now calling for a judge to resign after a college student who sexual assaulted a woman was released from jam.
his sentence. he was let out on good behavior. nbc was given exclusive access to evidence from that case that includes pictures showing turner with a torn shirt hours after the former stanford university swim he was tackled by students who saw him assaulting a woman behind a dumpster. >> i stole a purse from a mall and i got more time than he did. >> interrogation tapes show intentions were not to try to rape a girl without her consent. i just trying to hook one a girl. when asked if he would remember the victim, he said probably not. he will be listed as a sex offender for life. colorado state fans, students and alumni not waking up too happy this morning. rocky mountain showdown between the buffs and rams not much of a showdown at all.
first quarter. 37-0 before cu got a touchdown. final store 44-7. buffs win big. more on that in sports later. right now trending this morning, when you are a single mother sometimes you have to play the role of dad, too. >> that's what one woman had to do when her son's school hosted a doughnuts with dad event. yvette vasquez pulled up to school and saw th on. she posted on facebook saying she didn't want her son to miss out so she put on a fake mustache, plaid shirt, baseball cap, and went back to school. she said seeing other dads with kids isn't easy for her son. >> when you see her son smile, you know she did a great job. 7:11. for now we are seeing some
welcome back. the sun is up now and look over horsetooth reservoir. temperatures will be beautiful for the start of your saturday morning. 7:14. temperatures also look pretty good for the start of taste of colorado. of course, that's where all the good food is, which means that's where belen de leon is this morning at civic center park. no food yet. >> reporter: it is coming. i have been promised food. that's the only reason i am out here. i will work for food.
people are expected during labor day weekend. we will talk with one of the representatives to see what you can expect when you come out here. it's going to be warmer. highs in the upper 80s. our normal for this time of year is 83 degrees. so, yeah, you know, it's still going to feel like summer. summer's not offer. skies will be partly cloudy and a chance for storms this afternoon. highs for today are going to be in the mid-to-upper 80s along i- 25. if ar colorado state fair the temperatures are going to be sizzling. aye-yai-yai. 90s out there. in the high country 60s and 70s. the western slope 80 degrees. right now it's comfortable. in the high country a bit chillier in spots where we have 40s this morning. the western slope 67 degrees. let's take it to futurecast. we have some areas of patchy fog in the east and low clouds. those will be lifting through lunchtime. around that time it's going to be warm, but we will have those
so we are going to be scattered as the afternoon rolls on. those storms will push to the northeast, eventually working their way off of the foothills and onto i-25. through 5 p.m. we could have isolated storms around town. late this afternoon and early this evening as the storms move into northeastern colorado, well, that's where they have the potential becoming severe. i am talking about large hail, strong winds, heavy rain, frequent lightning through about 10:00 p.m. that stormy weather is done for then overnight we are left over with those mostly cloudy conditions. temperatures in the high country overnight in some spots do drop into the 30s. as far as the rain forecast goes through tomorrow, those heavier pockets of rain will be in the northwestern part of the state and also out towards the eastern plains. so it looks like here in the city, with we get any rain. we will be lucky. northern colorado .02-inch of rain. 59 the overnight lows. skies partly cloudy.
jam-packed labor day weekend. the broncos 7k will be happening and also the broncos health and wellness expo. that will be at 90 degrees. on monday 88 degrees. warm and dry. on tuesday a chance for storms? in the afternoon. wednesday 84. more mid 80s through next week. thursday 85 degrees. if you have questions about the forecast follow me on facebook or twitter and i would love to get you the answers. back out here at civic center park, taste of you are with the downtown denver partnership. tell us what's in store for this saturday. >> fabulous weather, obviously. labor day weekend is a great opportunity to celebrate right here in the heart of the city at taste of colorado. tonight boyz ii men. and i know this community is excite about that. we have had them here and really because of just that support we have brought them back. >> reporter: oh, my gosh. i have seen them in concert and
you remember the songs. motown philly. i will make love to you. not to you. that's a song. great performances. tell us about the food. >> the food is amazing this year. it's one of our best years for the curation of the food. we have everything. from the traditional corn on the cob to turkey legs to some really high-end restaurants newer to taste. but really special this year is we have a craft beer garden. how much more denver can you get than that? >> reporter: i love we have got music. what about the kiddos? >> there are so many things for the kids to do. first of all, we have great stages to meet the needs of kids' entertainment and the opportunity for them to partake in the amusement area where we have games and rides and all of those types of family activities. >> reporter: i love it. it's happening through labor day. it particulars off at 10:30 -- it kicks off at 10:30.
at 10:45 bands start hitting the stages. get here early. spend the day. it's really a great opportunity to be with your friends and family. >> reporter: you heard it. we have more information up on 9news.com. now i'm singing those boyz ii men songs in my head. i might sing them out loud, too, right-hand blues travelers coming. kenny rain shepherd. >> reporter: go to 9news.com to get the schedule. all of the information. back to you. >> what a weekend at civic center park. thanks. we will check in weekend. i am sure many of you are thinking about camping, too. a very popular weekend to go camping. we wanted to know, what are some of your favorite camping memories and recipes? share them by using the hashtag eon9. >> a twist on s'mores called the s'mores cone at 8:15. >> we can't wait. for now there is a pet that's feeling a little lonely this labor day weekend.
we would like to bring back megan reese with the dumb friends league. thank you for being here. zina is so adorable. she is 10 years old and comes with a few medical needs, right? >> that's right.. zina is a shepherd australian shepherd mix. she is ten years old. she is good with cats, other dogs. she had a mass removed from her paw at our shelter. she has a couple of little medical needs. they are pretty manageable. if you want to give us a call. >> she seems very mellow, very sweet. her effect for a family not looking for a hyperactive dog? >> exactly. she is easy going. she is happy with lots of attention and love. you know, you if you are looking for a new companion, she is move-in ready. >> i would like to talk about the wagon trail. an event that you have coming up. tell us about the function and purpose. >> wagon trail is the hike for homeless pets and it benefits
september 17. it's at glendale farm open space trail. it's an easy like one and a half beginner hiking trail you can do with your dog. afterwards we have a beer garden. we have vendor booths that you can browse. ice cream for you and your dog. goodies and treats. register online. >> it really is such a great cause. you can imagine the animals that come into the denver dumb friends league and the medical attention that they sometimes may need. the goal is >> yeah. even more that that. it is a fundraiser, of course. if you are able to raise more money, we encourage that. we also have a virtual hiker registration option this year, which is new. if you are busy on september 17 or can't attend, you can do the virtual option which you can learn more about on our website. >> it's going to be a great event. take a stroll with your dog. enjoy some beer after. we have the information on 9news.com and also on zina, as well. thank you for joining us this
good morning from sports authority field. you know, it is a rivalry of that had been closed. the 2016 edition of the rocky mountain showdown was more of a rocky mountain beatdown. all colorado all of the time, and i do mean all of already 7-0 in the first quarter when liufau connected with devin ross. 18-yard touchdown. 14-0 buffs in the first. colorado state had nothing on offense. nick stevens started at quarterback and couldn't move the ball at all. sacked by jimmy gilbert. the fumble recovered. that led to a field goal that made it 24-0. second quarter
line. incredible catch. phillip lindsay takes it in. second of two touchdowns on the game. 31-0 at halftime. the buffs win by a final score of 44-7. >> this gonna last forever. this is my last year. i am really happy we ended up with a victory. that's what you got to do. we finally beat them how we're supposed to beat them. >> takes the snap. no blitz. has time. pumps. fires it. de >> it's embarrassing, you know. i told them we embarrassed our name. but we got to go back to work. we can talk about a lot of things and what if's, but we got our tails whipped tonight. >> if it's embarrassing, it's embarrassing. i don't think anybody wants to lose by 40 points in anything and aren't embarrassed. it is embarrassing. >> it means a lot.
put up a performance like that, you can do all the talking that you want as a team and offense, defense, but, you know, once the real blows start flying it's put up or shut up. i think for the most part tonight we did a good job of putting our best foot forward and taking what the defense gave us and played a great game overall. >> reporter: looked like a blow- out down the street at coors field, but the rockies got back into the game against the diamondbacks. that was a preview becaus nick hunley first career grand slam. it was part of a seven-run 8th inning for the rockies. they explode late and go on to win by a final score of 14-7.
coloradans are celebrating in the high country. traffic backed up for hours on i-70 last night. a lot of controversy surrounding colin kaepernick's refusal to stand up for the national anthem. why his decision is posing a problem when it comes to security. nine days after an earthquake in italy, rescuers found an amazing discovery. a farm animal decided it was time to make a run and more powerhouses go head to head in friday night light high school. we will check in with taylor temably later in the prep -- taylor temby later in the prep rally. a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit pawnee, oklahoma at 6:02 our time this morning. >> we have seen tweets from our sister station in dallas saying
dakota. meteorologists were saying the radius for the tremors of this earthquake surrounded around 750 miles. so a lot of people felt this and are requesting exactly what happened this morning. we are told this earthquake lasted for right around 1 minute 30 seconds. >> that's a long one. >> yeah. >> it makes a lot of people pay attention to what's going on. and it's all on social media right now. the tweets started coming in. this is a meteorologist -- was a meteorologist in damage there. an earthquake strong enough to walk print all of my wall from the 9th floor of a high-rise. this shows a large portion of the midwest felt that magnitude 5.2 quake this morning. there is some damage being reported. there you are. that brick building, you can see a chunk of it fell off. >> a crack on the side of a
earthquake marks this as tied with 2007 for the strongest earthquake in that state's history. certainly significant. we have not heard of any injuries so far. >> please keep tuning in with us both here and on our twitter feeds. we are finding a lot of good stuff about what's happening there. for now let's move on to tropical storm hermine. the tropical storm dropped steady rain on the north carolina coast overnight. a lot of rain there. >> oh, yeah. which means it's going to be a tough labor day weekend for some of those folks carolinas. the biggest concern today is the potential for dangerous flooding in the virginia tidewater area. hermine is continuing to make its way offshore. experts fear this could mean even more coastal flooding and strong winds not only in virginia, but parts of the east coast. several homes in florida have already been damaged. 7:34. happy start to your labor day weekend. if you have no barbecue plans from store, there is plenty at
it's happening at civic center park in denver. meteorologist belen belen is there as everybody is getting set up. >> reporter: you said it. our forecast for today is going to be really nice if you want to barbecue, if you want to hang by the pool. we are going to be warmer. highs in the mid-to-upper 80s. yeah, even know labor day signals the end of summer, no. mother nature says, huh-uh. our highs today are going to be way above normal. let's take a look at your taste of colorado forecast because everything ki the forecast around 11 calls for temperatures at 80 degrees with sunny skies. 3:00 it's 88 degrees. and from 3 to 7 p.m. a few isolated storms along the urban corridor. by 7:00 i think a little breezy with temperatures at 80 degrees as boyz ii men prepares to take the stage. the temperatures right now, they are mild. we have got 50s and 60s on the map in lower elevations. a little chillier for areas in the foothills and in the high country your afternoon highs are going to be warmer than yesterday.
close to 90 on the eastern plains. 70s for the foothills. now, this morning folks on the western slope and northwestern colorado woke up to thunder, lightning, rain. right now things are quiet here on the front range in the eastern plains, but give it some time. this afternoon we are tracking a chance for some storms and some of those storms could turn severe on the eastern plains. we will track that for you coming up in the full forecast. tomorrow temperatures are going to be even warmer. you don't want to miss what that's going to look like. taste of colorado, we need to do some tast we are going to have a chef coming up in the next ten minutes. guys. >> now we're talking, belen. thanks. 7:36 on your saturday morning. more long delays expected on colorado's roadways. this is video of the backups yesterday. a lot of people, of course, wanting to jump start their long labor day weekend. we saw backups all afternoon and evening along i-70. delays between idaho springs
to an hour. in the high country this morning we are seeing a steady flow of traffic heading up to the high country today. those folks who just said, nah, friday night's not gonna work, everyone needs to come back by sunday. the peak times according to cdot will be by sunday night. in world news this morning, the president of the philippines inspected the scene of a people and hurt dozens of others. an islamic group took responsibility for the attack. the president declared a state of lawlessness for the southern region where it took place. the blast tore through a street market outside a high-end hotel. the president was in the city at the time but he was not hurt. president obama has arrived in china to attend the g-20 summit of major world leaders. air force one landed at the
join the chinese leader in announcing their countries are joining the historic global climate agreement reached in paris last creek. mr. obama is on his final trip to asia as president. he will attend a regional summit in laos. and this is what it looked like before the world leaders started to arrive. hung-jo got $1 billion improving the coast for the g-20 summit. the city has been empty. colin kaepernick's decision to sit out during the national anthem could lead to a lack of security at levi stadium in san
the union sent the 49ers a letter saying they are really upset over kaepernick's blanket statements about how officers, quote, murder minorities. the union argues this is creating a hostile work environment for the police who were at the stadium. the 49ers say it respects kaepernick's right to freedom of expression. you have seen those stories right here on weekend mornings. we are talking about cats adopting squirrels. you know, like mama cat taking story. >> of course you will. you will remember this one because now a dog has adopted orphan piglets. >> linda the dog has helped nurse the pigs after the at their mother. >> aw. >> the owner of the dog and piglets came up with the idea after he remembered linda had given birth to the pups. people had come from all over to see the dog who adopted the piglets. quite an interesting attraction. the dog's owner says she is
if you come out here. we have already got the grill on, the stove top on. here is what i'm cooking farther the weather goes. temperatures will be warmer. highs in the mid-to-upper 80s. we are going to have partly cloudy skies. but this afternoon we will have to keep an eye to the sky with an opportunity to see a few storms across colorado. scattered in the mountains. eventually isolated in the metro area. some of those storms could turn severe on the eastern plains. your temperatures this afternoon as we're starting off your weekend highs will be in the mid-to-upper 80s from fort collins into denver. if you are headed south to the colorado state fair temperatures will be in the 90s down there. aye-yai-yai. on the eastern plains highs in the upper 80s. cooler in the high country. 70s and 60s. and the western slope a high of 80 degrees. here's where we are at right now. feels really nice outside. in some spots in the high country you are going to need that jacket when you are headed out the door. 40s out there. the western slope currently temperatures in the upper 60s. although we have clouds and areas of patchy fog out on the eastern plains, that is going
we are looking at a fantastic forecast for you to go on a bike ride, go on a motorcycle, put the convertible top down. in the high country a few storms developing towards the san juans. those storms will be pushing from the southwest to the northeast, and i think the timing for the storms here in the metro area will be anywhere between 3 to about 7 p.m. after that the storms wrap up for us and they start working their way into northeast colorado, and it's there where they could turn severe. large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain, nt all in the cards if you live in northeastern colorado-and the eastern plains. overnight skies are partly cloudy for us and then areas of patchy fog could develop. let's take a look at the rain forecast because the heaviest amount of rain is expected to fall in our northern mountains. thank goodness. we need rain out there. also some heavier pockets of rain along the nebraska- colorado border into northeast colorado and on the eastern plains. temperatures tonight 59 degrees. we will have some storms on the
really heat up. a high of 90 degrees. a possibility for some strong winds in the afternoon. monday, labor day is looking really nice. the high of 88. then on tuesday storms in the afternoon. the high of 85. on wednesday a chance for isolated storms 84. on thursday the high of 85 degrees. all right. if you have questions about your forecast always ask away on twitter @belen underscore de leon or faok i'm here with chef travis smith from bistro colorado. and you guys are going to be serving up some yummy treats out here. maybe i am in the way. is this better? chef, tell us about what you prepared here? >> we have a colorado organic palisade peach with colorado goat cheese. we are using a goat brie here right now.
guilty? >> yeah, you can have four or five. >> reporter: tell us what else you are going to be preparing. you will have a booth on broadway. >> we have got colorado braised lamb sandwiches with "ratatouille." more goat cheese. like to support the local county. a ralston valley beach smoked steak ranchero sandwich. anaheim cheese. grilled onions. the crowd favorite yesterday was the braised lamb sandwich, pete crustini with goat -- peach crustini as well as bison chili. >> reporter: come out to the taste of colorado. there is about 50 booths with appetizers, with desserts, with just gorgeous looking meals and tasty meals, as well. thank you so much, chef, for being with us this morning. we have got all the information on 9news.com. you guys can check it out and
back to you. >> belen, you know you are supposed to bring stuff back, right? that's the protocol here. >> tell the chef the catering is to be delivered to 500 spear. 7:47 on your saturday. this is an unusual case where a goat helped a pair of horses get loose. this happened in clydesdale. the horses have been reunited with their owner after a billly goat straight up opened their gate and let them out. >> the goat sir lancelot helping the out. the goat is known as lance, for short. he teamed up with the clydesdales, banged his head against the gate to loosen the latch and set them free. it took five days to find buddy. both horses home save and everybody is mad at lancelot. >> i get lancelot where everybody's parents are like, don't hang out with that kids. >> that's what my parents say
welcome to the 9news prep rally. here is taylor temby. >> good morning everyone. the season opener for the ramis raiders had a familiar feel. for the third straight year they started the season against rival cherry creek. the bruins won the prior two match-ups. looking for the hat trick. it would be regis off to the hot start. first drive of the game quarterback lamb pitches it off to d.j. jackson. will do the rest. 50 yards to the end zone.
the night. the raiders take a 7-0 lead. creek finds its groove in the second quarter. alex padilla puts a perfect pass to the southerner and stanley tiptoes to keep inbounds. we go into halftime tied at 7. regis showed up with a huge second half. alfred jones slams on the brakes. leaves his defender stunned. the following play a touchdown. the raiders loveland hosting westminster on thursday. the indians were trying to show that last year's playoff run wasn't a fluke and they did that on the opening kickoff. campos back to receive, and he will take it the distance. 80 yards down the field to the end zone for the touchdown. that's play of the week worthy. it's now 7-0 loveland. westminster had a great ground attack that kept this game close for a while. here dylan hubbard scampers for a long run.
find the end zone the entire night. loveland could. they win their first game of the season 26-0. the wolves taking on the wolverines. grandview and chaparral. chap first to get on the board. makes it to the outside. wolverines up a touchdown early in the first quarter. grandview earns the first lead he is going to go back across his body to the end zone. the defense made sure their opponent wouldn't get any closer. the defensive line contributing to safety at the end of the first half. the wolves win this one big 30- 7. scott yates was looking for a 306th win as a head coach against eagle valley. this game was scoreless until the third quarter when eagle valley quarterback martin found
it was 8-0. one final chance on offense in the final minute. that set up this go-ahead touchdown run from the quarterback. kent denver wins it. what a week it was for valor christian. in an unfamiliar spot. 0-2 after falling to mullen on friday 41-10. in soccer number five mountain vista on the road. boulder looking for the upset. in the slot for the 1-0 lead. the panthers get a pk, but christopher reacher is there with the huge save to keep it a one goal game. boulder dom fating possession helped keep the momentum and eventually it all paid off. they struck again with a couple of great passes for another shot and goal by werner.
softball now. a beautiful day for the jaguars versus the commanders. we will pick it up in the second. isabella hits a triple out to right field with the bases loaded. that helped the jags take a 5-1 lead. they extend it to 7-1 by the fifth. marquez ready to step up. she hits a single and later steals 2nd and 3rd before running home the next batter. in the end devlin holds strong for the 9-3 win. > cheyenne mountain on thursday. angels up 3-0. they hold on to that momentum in the second. tyler herman powers one in. in the first two games of the 2016 campaign east has scored 10 goals without allowing one yet. this game really no different. burkle takes the initial shot. it's herman again who puts it away. east claims another victory. they win 5-0. >> as a younger time i feel
i feel that's good. our goal is to score in the first five minutes so it sets the momentum. so that's the -- i think that's our secret power. adams city playing in the first game of the season on the trod take on alameda. pirates with the lead. sierra duran sets up michelle guzman for one of ten kills she had in the game. lily valdez gets one to drop for a point. that helps tie things up 1-1. alameda has had to battle its fair share of set. this one actually goes their way. lopez gets the call placing it just inside the court. the pirates win 3-1 for the first victory of the season. don't forget we have those extended highlights and interviews from all of our games posted online.
at your drive this morning. a few cars heading up to the high country to enjoy the long labor day weekend. traffic now nothing like what we saw last night. let's begin with breaking news out of elbert county. a drunk driver accused of pulling a gun at deputies who tried to arrest him, the sheriff's office initially got a call about a drunk driver near county road 21 and private road 160. >> deputies used a license plate number to track down elizabeth. he pointed a gun at deputies according to the sheriff's office before running into the house and barricading himself. s.w.a.t. teams made their way inside and arrested him. no one was hurt. we want to get to some more breaking news. we have been following this earthquake out of oklahoma overnight. the united states geological survey says it's a 5.6 magnitude quake that hit north central oklahoma. specifically, pawnee at 6:02 our time this morning.
station in dallas that this could be felt in numerous states ranging from north dakota to texas. we are told that this spans around 750 miles. tremors could be felt that far away. and a lasted roughly 94 seconds. you know, we actually even got e-mails from some folks in colorado saying they thought they felt some kind of tremor there. we don't know if that's true. we are trying to confirm that information this morning. >> yeah, folks out east definitely say they we'll see. and you see all these photos coming in right now. that's a supermarket. everything fell off the shelves. cracks in the sidewalks. shattered glass from the cupboards. a lot of damage to be cleaned up. so far no reports of injuries, and that is what's most important right now. we'll continue to track this story both online and right here on air for the next hour or so. but as you can see, there is a lot happening on twitter right now. we are seeing some of these -- the radar images popping up as
page, as well. >> it impacted a lot of people. this is the biggest earthquake to hit oklahoma since 2011. tropical storm hermine bringing strong winds and heavy rain as it moves through north carolina and virginia this morning. forecasters predict it could get stronger. turning back to near hurricane intensity possibly by sunday morning. let's check in with 9news reporter vida urbonas in the information center. >> and good morng. category 1 hurricane, hermine now downgraded to a tropical storm. it could potentially ruin the labor day weekend plans of more than 40 million americans. there are tropical storm watches and warnings in place along the eastern seaboard from georgia to connecticut. heavy rain, flash floods, dangerous winds and rip currents expected to pose serious threats. 80-mile-per-hour winds crossed
morning. the storm surge of nine feet with 22 inches of rain left streets and homes flooded. the weather channel's reynolds wolf was there in the worst of it. >> unbelievable! look at this stuff. whoa! >> whoa, we are going to lose something. >> reporter: from tampa bay to tallahassee, more than a quarter million homes in florida lost power. at least one man killed when a tree limb fell on him. the storm then gathered speed as it crossed into the carolinas, continuing its path of destruction. the path that forecasters no waters off the atlantic growing again possibly into hurricane strength as it skirts the eastern seaboard. it's expected to cause problems on the east coast through the weekend and even into early next week. in the information center, vida urbonas, 9news. all right. thank you, vida. no barbecue plans this labor day weekend? there is plenty a of food at the taste of colorado at civic
hungry when she went out there. how you doing, belen? >> i am doing fantastic out here. taste of colorado. civic center park. you know, this festival is going on all the way through monday. so if you can't make it today, make it tomorrow. can't make it tomorrow, make it monday. there is so much to see. i have got a great forecast for you. first let's take a look at the forecast for today because everything kicks off here around 10:30 this morning. i gave you the forecast starting at 11. by that time we are going to have more blue in the sky and sunshine. temperatures will be at 80 we will have partly cloudy skies, temperatures around 88. then around 7:00 it gets a little breezy. temperatures will be around 80 at that time. the current temperatures outside are mild to start off the day. a little chillier in higher elevations. afternoon highs will be in the mid-to-upper 80s along i-25. that's warmer than yesterday. who said summer was gone? some are saying i ain't going nowhere because the temperatures on the eastern plains will be close to 90 degrees. closer to the foothills temperatures in the 70s. this morning a couple of
northwestern colorado. give it some time. then those storms will make their way to i-25 and northeast colorado. the timing for that is late this afternoon and early this evening. the area shaded in green is under a marginal risk for storms. we could see those strongest storms today across colorado. i will time them coming up in the full forecast. we will take a look at what's in support for -- store for the rest of the holiday weekend coming up. >> thanks you made it to the holiday weekend. if you are like many coloradans who want to enjoy the tail end of colorado in the high country, be patient. there were backups all evening on i-70. delays between idaho springs and the eisenhower tunnel very long. it is picking up in the last hour or so. plenty more cars out on the road. be patient. hopefully no accidents and everybody gets to and from the high country safely and fast.
8:06 on your saturday. this morning a douglas county sheriff's detective is recovering in critical condition after a shootout in parker. police say this started with a call about a suicidal man with a rifle walking around near sierra middle school. investigators say the man started shooting at detective dan brite when he got to the scene. he drove off. the suspect did, in an rv. there was a chase. he crashed a half a mile away outside of killed. the school was placed on lockdown. a surreal experience for parents who were waiting in fear as students say they were told to hide under their desks. >> you hear about this on the news, of all these other schools and shootings, and until you experience it yourself with your own child, it doesn't resonate. >> other parents were hearing that their students were told to stay down while teachers were guarding the doors with
continuing to recover. it's a case that sparked a debate over how those convicted of sexual assault should be punished. people are now calling for a judge to resign after a college student who sexual assaulted a woman was released from jail. brock turner only served half of his sentence. he was let out on good behavior. nbc was given exclusive access to evidence in his case. it includes pictures showing turner with a torn shirt. this is hours after the former stanford university swimmer was tackled by students who saw dumpster. one inmate fresh out of jail offered his perspective. >> i stole a purse from a mall and i got more time than he did. >> certainly raises questions. interrogation tapes show turner saying, quote, my intentions were not to try to rape a girl without her consent. i was just trying to hook up with a girl. when asked if he would remember the victim, he said probably not. he will be listed as a sex offender for life.
and alumni, my apologies. you are not going to like this story very much. between the buffs and rams, wasn't much of a show down. 37-0 before csu got on the board with a fourth quarter touchdown. final score cu wins 44-7. much later on in sports. trending this morning, when you are a sometimes you also have to play the role as dad. >> that's what woman had to do when a school hosted a doughnuts with dad event. she is a single mother. yevette vasquez posted on facebook saying she didn't want her son to miss out so she put on a fake mustache, plaid shirt, a baseball cap and went back to school for her son. she says she knows it's kind of tough for her son when there are events like this because she doesn't want her son to
do whatever takes to put her son -- a smile on her son's face. >> you look at that smile and you know she did something right. >> it was worth it. >> very cool. labor day weekend may be the unofficial end of summer. for now we are seeing some high temperatures and sunshine in store. >> summer still hanging on for the taste of colorado.
clouds in. >> reporter: yeah. that's just the time of year. it's still summer, after all. we get the monsoon wind bringing mt. rainier into colorado. that's going to be the case this afternoon. we are going to be warmer. highs today in the mid-to-upper 80s. skies will be partly cloudy and it will be later this afternoon when we have to keep an eye to the sky. i think the timing for the storms will be sometime between highs today will be in mid-to- upper 80s. toesier to -- toast ier to the south and southeast. temperatures right now, oh, it feels nice. 50s and 60s. maybe a light jacket will suffice. lunchtime really the weather is going to remain dry here on the front range and out on the eastern plains. by that time a few storms will
those storms will be pushing from the southwest to the northeast and eventually our clouds will increase in the city. our winds will increase. we will get a few isolated storms around town. through 5:00 most of the storms are to the south and north. through late this afternoon and early this evening that stormy weather is in northeast colorado and out on the eastern plains. overnight our skies are partly cloudy and a few areas of fog could develop low-lying spots and out on the eastern plains. the heaviest amount of rain will be falling for our friends in the northern mountains. they desperate conditions. also, some heavier rain in northeast colorado nearing sterling and out on the eastern plains while the rain that we'll see here in the city isn't going to be as much. 59 will be the overnight low. how about the rest of my labor day weekend? belen, glad you asked. tomorrow it's going to be hotter. a high of 90 degrees forecast for the broncos 7k is looking good. remember we have the health and wellness expo also there at sports authority field. we will be waiting for you guys. it's going to be hot. also gusty in the afternoon.
danger grow. the next few days will be dry and warm. monday a high of 88 degrees. then after that we cool things down, a chance for storms on tuesday and wednesday. out here at the taste of colorado kicked off yesterday, it's going to go through monday. and there is over 200 artisans out here and just craftsmen, blacksmiths. you name it. talented folks like colin here, who you made this furniture that we're sitting in right now. >> that's the first chair i on it. >> reporter: nice! tell me about your process. >> i use environmentally friendly wood. reclaimed wood. this is ash. so if a tree prevents an spinal threat, i cut this down and -- presentz an environmental threat, i cut it down and make
where do the ideas come from? how did you come one that, buddy? come up over here so i can hear you in the mic phone. >> a friend came up with that design. this is the benefit of being a metal worker by trade. we can do joints such as this that allow for your weight to rest on one joint like that. >> reporter: i think it's beautiful. >> most of the designs come at 2 a.m. after too much coffee and a few red bulls. >> reporter: that's just great. folks should come out an tell us where you are located. >> on the south side of the greek theater across from the beer tent, which is nice. >> reporter: his name is colin. the name of his place is purpose and pine. if you could come out here and look at it. by the way, they sell these. look. it's a bottle opener and it has a magnet in it. it has colorado. isn't that cool? that's a fun gift. thank you so much, colin. >> it is so colorado from the beetle kill pine to the beer opener.
celebrating in the mountains. trafifc -- backed up for hours on i-70 last night. still a lot of controversy welcome to "fix this" presented by home advisor. the free and easy way to find the best home pros. >> are you planning some last- minute camping trips before summer is officially over? how about you make a s'mores recipe? take a look at that. it is sure to be a hit. i am going to eat it right now. >> and raquel is going to show us how to cones. they look delicious, by the way. >> these are going to change the way you eat s'mores forever, i think. even when you are not camping. it involves any topping thaw like. your favorite -- do you like peanut butter? >> drrr. >> you can line this with peanut butter. fruit. throw that in. i brought the basics for this one. throw in the marshmellows. throw in the chocolate. a little more marshmellows. you heat this over a campfire, a grill, oven. just make sure it doesn't burn.
quickly. so just keep checking on it every couple minutes. when it's done you can carry it around. you don't need to worry about being messy. >> and it doesn't do anything to the sugar cone? >> no. >> see, seeing as i like to light my marshmellows on fire, because burnt is the best way for me, this is going to be a little bit after different technique. i am definitely willing to try to t -- try it out. >> we have lots of other tips and tricks >> it's hard to live in a place like colorado and not want to explore the outdoors. the wildlife, the great views. if you are gearing up to go camping this weekend, we have some hacks to try, including this one right here. it's a milk jug and a head lamp. i know it doesn't look like much at first, but at night this will light up. it will light up your tent. it will light up your campsite. it's going to make life a whole lot easier for you.
matches are essential for camping. if you are like me and take matches every time you see them up for grabs at a restaurant, this is a way to save them all in one place using items you've probably got at home. to start grab an empty mason jar and a sheet of sandpaper. remove the band and remove the lid from the jar. use the lid to trace a circle onto the sandpaper. cut it out and place it back the band. the sandpaper will work for matches that are not waterproof. for matches that are storm proof, place the match striker in the middle of the sandpaper. now all your matches are stored in the same place. this next hack is a perfect alternative to s'mores. campfire cones combine your favorite dessert toppings in one delicious place. and they're pretty simple to make. first you fill the cone with
i used marshmellows, dark chocolate chips, and straw berries. next, wrap the cone in foil. to heat place it on a grill for about 5 to 10 minutes, or over a campfire for about 3 to 5. they will melt into a gooey treat that is ready to serve. we know there are tons of outdoor tips and tricks you have to share. send us your camping all the tips are posted on
good morning from sports authority field. you know, it is a rivalry that had been close. but the 2016 edition of the rocky mountain showdown was a rocky mountain beatdown. all colorado all of the time. i do mean all of the time. already 7-0 in the 1st quarter when liufau connected with colorado state had nothing on offense. nick stevens started at quarterback and couldn't move the ball at all. sacked by jimmy gilbert. they recovered the fumble. that led to a field goal. deep to bryce. look at this. terrific. one-handed grab at the one-yard- line. incredible catch. philip lindsay takes it in from there. his second of two touchdowns on the game.
7. >> this is gonna last forever. i am a senior. i am happy we ended up with a victory. >> rush them. >> we finally beat them how we're supposed to beat them. >> takes the snap. pumps. it is picked off. >> it's embarrassing. i told them we embarrassed our name but there is only one way that we got to do it, and we got to go back to work. we can talk about a bottom hein is we got our tails whipped -- the bottom line is we got our tails whipped tonight. >> it's embarrassing. i don't think anybody wants to lose by 40 points in anything and aren't embarrassed. >> it means a lot. to be able to go out there and put up a performance like that, you can do all the talking that you want, you know, as a team and offense, defense, but, you know, once the real bullets
tonight we did a good job of going out there and putting our best foot forward and taking what the defense gave us and played a great game. >> another blow-out down the street at coors field. the rockies got back into the game against the diamondbacks. that was just kind after preview because in the 8th inning, look at this, nick hundley first career grand slam. it was part of a seven-run 8th inning for the rockies. they explode latgo
earthquake caused a disaster in italy, they make a shocking discovery. he claims to be 146 years old. we will introduce you to the world's oldest man. and more powerhouses go head to head under the friday night lights. high school football is back. taylor temby has the highlights. first we want to recap breaking news we have been following out of oklahoma. the united states geological survey says a 5.2 magnitude earthquake hit pawnee at 6:02 our time this morning. >> this could be felt throughout five states in a radius of 750 miles. we have seen tweets from our sister station in dallas that this could be felt all the way from texas to north dakota. >> let's take a look at what people have been tweeting. that's where we're getting a lot of our information this morning. you see several radar maps coming up and you see the damage. several buildings, especially these brick buildings it seems
after the quake. there is a fault line in oklahoma. clearly, doing some damage here. knocking products off of store shelves all over the oklahoma area. there is some more damage pictures from a meteorologist in tulsa. >> so plenty of clean-up to do. the good news is so far we have not heard of any injuries. by the way, this is the biggest earthquake oklahoma has experienced since 2011. the other big problem plaguing the tropical storm hermine. the tropical storm dropped steady rain on north carolina's coast overnight. >> as you can imagine, it's going to be a tough labor day weekend for these folks. the biggest concern is for the potential of dangerous flooding in the virginia tidewater area. hermine is continuing to make its way offshore. experts fear this could mean even more coastal flooding and strong winds not only in virginia, but also in other areas of the east coast.
already been damaged. 8:32 on your saturday morning. the skies are clear for now. it's going to be a perfect weekend to head out to taste of colorado. that's where our belen de leon joins us at civic center park. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. things here are still sleepy, but we are starting to see the vendors come out and starting to set up their stuff because the taste of colorado kicks off at 10:30 this morning. we really do have a nice forecast for you. right now we have partly cloudy skies. let's take a look at the forecast day. the temperatures around 9 a.m -- i should say 11:00 a.m., rather, will be around 80 degrees. around 3:00 88 degrees. warm by that time. around 7:00 temperatures at 80 degrees and a little breezy. i think the timing ever the storms will be between 3 to 7:00 on the front range. the temperatures are in the 60s as you are starting off your saturday. closer to the foothills 40s and 50s. afternoon highs will be warmer than yesterday. in the mid-to-upper 80s. out on the eastern plains close
some spots could see 60s. this morning showers, thunderstorms, yeah out on the western slope and northwestern colorado. calmer on the front range and out on the eastern plains, thankfully, after that stormy round moved through yesterday afternoon. we had a tornado reported near otis, colorado. but, you know, this morning it is calmer. this afternoon is when we could see a few more storms develop along i-25 and into the plains, potentially becoming severe containing me damaging winds, a brief heavy rain, and frequent lightning. so we'll take you through the timing of the storms coming up in the full forecast. guys, back out here at civic center park, as we have been mentioning, there is going to be some delicious food. some awesome concerts. lots of fun for the kiddos. coming up, do you like tom petty? yeah? we are going to talk to the tom petty project. they are a cover band. they are going to be singing some songs for us. we are going to get you in a really good mood to start off
>> tom petty project. i like that. we should start a belen de leon project spinoff. >> you don't want to hear us sing. thanks, belen. this weekend, look, there is a lot to do. we know you are going to be out on the roads. please do not drink and drive. if this is any way to deter it, there will be a dui crackdown this holiday weekend. law enforcement agencies will be on the lookout for drunk and impaired driver labor day crack down. police teamed up friday night for dui checkpoints. last year during the same period officers cited more than 1,000 drivers for impairment. in world news this morning, the president at the philippines inspected the scene of a bomb take that killed 14 people and hurt dozens others. islamic group took responsibility for it. the president declared a state of lawlessness for the southern
place. the blast tore through a street market outside a high-end hotel frequently visited by the president. he was in the city at the time, but was not hurt. president obama has arrived in china to attend the g20 summit of major world leaders. air force one landed at the airport this morning. the president is expected to join chinese leader xi jinping in announcing their countries are formally joining the global climate agreement. he summit in laos. >> this is what it looked like before world leaders started to arrive for the g20 summit. hangzhou got a facelift ahead of the summit. the government has spent more than $1 billion improving the coastal tech hub. in the past few days the city has been empty. china has been encouraging residents to visit other areas by giving them travel vouchers.
hot topics at the summit. in italy an amazing story of survival. firefighters rescued this dog from the rubble after building that collapsed in the earthquake nine days ago. it was trapped ever since. crews were helping a couple recover some items when they heard a dog barking. it ended up being their couple's golden retriever romeo who is walking away with his tail wagging. as pope francis prepares to declare mother teresa a saint forward to share their stories about her. mother teresa was traveling through india in 1946 when she decided to start the missionaries of charity order. since 1950 the order has set up hundreds of shelters that care for people she describes as the poorest of the poor. a polio victim abandoned by his parents as a child and rescued by mother teresa. >> it's a privilege to be able to now say that i had a mother who was a saint. >> yeah.
her work which began in the slums of cal cat a won her a nobel peace prize in 1979. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick's decision to sit during the national anthem could lead to a lack of security at levi stadium in san francisco. the santa clara police union, which accounts for more of the half paid security force for games at levi stadium, may not work this season. the union sent the 49ers a letter saying ey over kaepernick's blanket statements about how officers, quote, murder people. the union says it's creating a hostile work environment for the police officers at the stadium. the 49ers say they respect kaepernick's right to freedom of expression. on to health news now. a major announcement from the fda could impact millions of american household. they banned more than a dozen chemicals in antibacterial soaps. more than 2100 products are impacted. that's 40% of the soap and body washes on the market.
evidence that adding these chemicals to plain soap and water does any better at preventing infections or spreading germs. researchers believe the soaps could pose a risk. the fda is most concerned about liquid soaps that contain two specific chemicals that could speed up drug-resistant bacteria and even interfere with estrogen and testosterone levels. >> basically, these chemicals can be endocrine disrupters. they can mess with >> the american cleaning institute though insists antibacterials are safe. the fda is not suggesting that you throw out your antibacterials. just don't buy any more. hand sanitizers, by the way, not part of this ban. only antibacterial liquid soaps. a report is calling colorado the slimmest state in the nation. it remained the leanest state? 2015 with a 20.2% adult obesity
americans and hispanics. across the country one in five adults are obese. louisiana has been rated the heaviest with an obesity rate of more than 36%. an indonesian man claims to be the world's oldest person at 146 years old. he is an identity card and memories of events to prove his age. >> but 146? >> can you imagine? >> what? appears to be december 31, 1870. who do you know who was born in the 1800s? his identity card is real, but it's impossible to verify his claim because it was so long ago. he has been married to four women and has three children. he claims all of his spouses and children have passed away. except for blurred vision and hearing loss, he is very healthy. he says the secret to long life
his grandson says he spends his day smoking and eating a normal indonesian diet. >> unbelievable. he is still kind of walking around there. they say his health is good. i think being alive at 146, yeah, pretty good. >> we always ask is these people, too, what's the secret to a long life? they always give you an answer that you already knew and you go, why is that important? relax. >> calm down. >>
yeah. give me a real secret. >> i am blowing it 8:41. coming up in the forecast, meteorologist belen de leon is going to tell us what we can expect for the weekend and a
8:44. i have not had breakfast yet. it's about that time we craving unhealthy stuff. >> let's check in with belen de leon. she has been around the food today. >> reporter: hi, guys. good morning. i will make sure to take something back for you guys. we want to talk about music. i am with the tom petty project. good morning, everyone! they will be performing in just a minute. let's get to the forecast. out here right now it's a mild morning and your temperatures over the weekend are going to be warmer than what they have been. highs in the mid-to-upper 80s today along the i-25 corridor. toastier on the eastern plains.
a possibility for some storms along i-25 and some of those storms out on the eastern plains could turn severe. highs on this saturday, take a look at them. it's going to get toasty to the south and southeast where the temperatures will be in the 90s. in the mountains temperatures in the 60s and 70s. outside right now, it's so nice. we got 50s and 60s on the map. in the high country a bit cooler as to be expected. the western slope 67 degrees right now. we are going to take you h we have clouds, areas of patchy fog, but that's going to be lifting soon. in fact, by lunch time a few storms in the san juans. those storms will be traveling from the southwest to the northeast and i think the timing for the storms here in the city will be between 3 to about 7 p.m. after that those storms will be out on the eastern plains. and when those storms move in that area, that's where they could become severe. large hail, damaging winds, also some heavy rain and frequent lightning.
in the city at that time will be much calmer, a little breezy. overnight skies are partly cloudy and then tomorrow morning we have some clouds in the sky. now, the rain forecast for the next 24 hours puts the heaviest amount of rain for our northern mountains and a few pockets of heavy rain out on the plains. temperatures tonight will drop to 59 degrees and then tomorrow high of 90. so far the forecast for the broncos 7k is looking good. it will get gusty in the afternoon. there is going to be high fire danger the next few days ca hot, dry, and the winds will increase. on monday 88 degrees. just beautiful for labor day. the rest of your work week, do we have to talk about it? i guess. temperatures in the 80s tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. out here at the taste of colorado there is going to be so many great performances. i am with vic. they are the tom petty project. folks need to get out early if they want to check you out? >> yeah, we are starting at 10:45 this morning. we are giving you credit for the awesome weather, today, by the way.
here. so many great bands. look forward to seeing the people today. >> reporter: we we are going to let you take it away. we want to enjoy your great music. tom petty project. there will be six great stages of awesome music. >> [ music playing ] >> in the neighborhood for taste of colorado, right? >> if that doesn't do it, i don't know what will get people out there. looks like a great time. great cover band. very cool. taylor, to you now. what's going on? i mean, we are kind of just stuck in this -- paying attention to tom petty.
welcome to the 9news prep rally. here is taylor temby. >> good morning everyone. the season opener for the regis raiders had a familiar feel. for the third straight year they started the season against cherry creek. the bruins won the prior two match-ups. looking for the hat trick. but it would be regis off to the hot start.
jackson who will do the rest. 50 yards to the end zone. it would be his first of two on the night. the raiders take a 7-0 lead. creek would find its groove in the 2nd quarter. a perfect pass to the quarter. stanley tiptoes his way to keep inbounds. we go into halftime tied at 7. regis showed up with the huge second half. alfred jones slams on the brakes and leaves his defender stunned. his 10-yard rush le the raiders take the revenge. they win 19-7. loveland hosting westminster. they were trying to show that last year's playoff run wasn't a fluke. campos back to receive, and he will take it the distance. 80 yards down the field all the way to the end zone for the touchdown. that's play of the week worthy. 7-0 loveland. westminster had a great ground attack that kept this game
here heppard scampers for a long run. in the end the wolves could not find the end zone the entire night. noah pondgrass could. he did that three times. they win 26-0. the wolves taking on the wolverines. chap the first to get on the board. blade to phillips. he makes it to the outside. wolverines up a touchdown early in the 1st qute doesn't like what he seize to the right. he goes back across to a wide open receiver. they made they wouldn't get any closer. the defensive line contributing to that safety at the end of the first half. the wolves win this one big. scott yates was looking for his 306th win. this game was scoreless until
valley quarterback martin found sanchez for a touchdown. 8-0. later down 8-6. kent denver had a final chance in the final minutes. mckissic had a long run to get his team in striking distance. this go-ahead touchdown run from joey licht. kent denver wins 18-8. what a week for football defending 5a champ valor christian in an unfamiliar spot. 0-2 after falling to mullen friday. final score 41-10. in soccer number five boulder taking on number two mount vista on the road. boulder looking for the upset. ramirez to werner who nets it in the slot to lead 1-0. not long after the panthers get a penalty shot. christopher reacher there with a huge save to keep it a one- goal game. boulder's dominating possession helped them keep momentum and it all paid off. they struck again with a couple of great passes for another
boulder ends with a 2-0 win over mountain vista. some softball now. a beautiful day for the jaguars versus the kennedy commanders. second inning. a triple way out to right field with the bases loaded. that helped the jags take a 5-1 lead. they extend it to 7-1 by the 5th. mikaela marquez hits a single and then later steals 2nd and 3rd before running home by the holds strong for the 9-3 victory. denver east with a brand new turf to play sunny mountain. the angels up 3-0. tyra herman powers it in after it pounces around the front. in the first two games of the 26 campaign east scored 10 goals without allowing one yet. this game no different. taking the initial shot. it's herman again who puts it
feel like it's a lot of new varsity players so i think like that's really good so our goal is to set the moment to like get more goals. that's our secret power. >> adams city playing in the first game of the season on the road to take on alameda. pirates with the lead. duran sets up guzman for one of ten kills in the game. adams city pulls within a set. valdez gets one to drop for a alameda had to battle adversity in this match, but this did go their way. lopez gets the call placing it just inside the court. the pirates take the set and win it 3-1 for their first victory of the season. don't forget we have the extended highlights and interviews from all of our games posted online. go to 9news.com/hss for more. don't go anywhere.
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