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  1. 1. May 22, 2015 Volume XXXIII, Number 21 www.waltpub.com The Cheyenne Edition 620 Southpointe Ct. Ste 235, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 578-5112 Red Rocks Closed Red Rock Canyon Open Space is among the outdoor-recreation closuresresultingfromthisweeks heavy rains. See Page 2 Garden has New Exhibits A multi-million-dollar renovation has opened at the Garden of the Gods visitor center. See Page 5 Skyway Resident Intends to Confront Citys Challenges Longtime Cheyenne area resident JohnSutherswilltakeoverhisnew role as mayor on June 2. See Page 3 By Pattye Volz Its been a fantastic week, said Cheyenne Mountain High School (CMHS) athletic director and assis- tant principal Kris Roberts. Fantastic is that three more Chey- enne teams brought home state cham- pionship trophies, right on the heels of last weeks girls tennis title. Wednesday night, the CMHS girls soccer team won their sixth overall and third straight Colorado 4A title by beating Lewis Palmer High School 2-1 in penalty kicks at Dicks Sport- ing Goods Park in Denver. Senior Hannah Gerdin made the teams lone regulation goal near the end of the first half and Lewis Palmer tied it up late in the second half. After overtime play, it took six penalty kicks before the Indians came out on top, giving them the honor of being the only team in the state to ever win three girls soccer titles in a row. The team got a slow start this season, losing five of its first seven games, but then rallied, ending with a 14-5-1 record and another large trophy. Just the day before, on Tuesday, it was the girls golf team which came home victorious from two days of competing at River Valley Ranch in Carbondale, Colo. During that last long day with two lightning delays, senior Kylee Sullivan led the Indians to their third consecutive 4A title. The team finished five strokes ahead of Colorado Academy and Sullivan placed second individually. It was a pretty cool way to end a career, said coach Bill Paulson who is retiring after 35 years with Chey- enne Mountain. Hes coached Sulli- van for four years and this is the way those two wanted this chapter to end. CMHS has a total of three state girls golf titles, this streak that started in 2013. It means a lot, said Paulson, noting the tournament was very close. Its a lot of pressure. Everybody is looking at you, he said of being the defending champions in such a solo-focused sport. Sullivans three teammates had never been in a state tournament before. It was impres- sive for them to play as well as they did for the first time, Paulson said. Three days earlier, Cheyenne Mountains boys swim team brought home their first state 4A title since 2002. As a part of that team victory, CelebratingWednesdaysthirdstraightCMHSgirlsstatesoccertitlewere,left to right,back row:Brooke Miller,Stephanie Deines,Andrea Dowlin,Jessica McFadden,HannahCates,SarahThilenius,KeeleyNelson,AlexTaylor,Hunter Peifer, Meridian Haas, Brenna Deines, Hannah Gerdin; front row: Reanna Borre,Jamie Burke,Lauren Jones,IraTaylor,Paige Hilbert,Molly Darr,Kara Miller, Sarah Hollard; sitting in front: Jessica Oliver. The last hurrah for coach Bill Paulson and team leader Kylee Sullivan made for an emotional girls golf state victory Tuesday. Celebrating the Indians three-peat were, left to right, Paulson, Ellie Broker, Regina Dillon, Sullivan, Maxine Choi, and assistant coaches Ann Finke and Stan Stevens. Thefirststatetitlesince2002broughtjoytoCheyennesboysswimteam:left to right,front row:manager Hailey Dikeman,Harrison Shaeffer,Daniel Carr, Kyle Leach, Harrison Buckley, Christian Moden, trainer Caroline Stieglitz; second row: head coach Kate Doane, manager Kathryn Benson, Brayden Love, Garrett Knorr, Zach Sutherland, Josh Greenberg, manager Rachel Leach,diving coach Angie Shelton;third row:assistant coach Chris Byrne, JamesThomasWarmack,Matt DePeppe,Dylan Rolley,Garrett Knorr,Westin Stieglitz, Nick Kartvedt, Jerry Birnbaum; back row: James McCowen, John League, Cameron Blackwell, Wyatt Kartvedt, Kaiden Kimball. Three More State Championships! Cheyenne Mountain Girls Soccer and Golf Plus Boys Swimming Teams Bring Home Titles Continued on page 12
  2. 2. The Cheyenne Edition 620 Southpointe Ct. Ste 235, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 578-5112 Thank You for saying I saw it in The Cheyenne Edition May 22, 2015Page 2 *The Home Projects Visa credit card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, an Equal Housing Lender. Special terms apply to qualifying purchases charged with approved credit at participating merchants. The special terms APR will continue to apply until all qualifying purchases are paid in full. The monthly payment for this purchase will be the amount that will pay for the purchase in full in equal payments during the promotional (special terms) period. The APR for Purchases will apply to certain fees such as a late payment fee or if you use the card for other transactions. For newly opened accounts, the APR for Purchases is 27.99%. This APR may vary with the market based on the U.S. Prime Rate and is given as of 1/1/2015. If you are charged interest in any billing cycle, the minimum interest charge will be $1.00. If you use the card for cash advances, the cash advance fee is 5.00% of the amount of the cash advance, but not less than $10.00. Offer expires 6/30/2015. **See your independent Trane dealer for complete program eligibility, dates, details and restrictions. Special nancing offers OR trade-in allowances from $100 up to $1,150 valid on qualifying systems only. All sales must be to homeowners in the United States. Void where prohibited. Bundle your air conditioning and heating system purchase and get rewarded with year-round peace of mind and a super hot nancing deal that's too cool to pass up! choose a trade-in allowance of up to $1,150 OR ** 719-597-3014 Robbins Heating & A/C www.trane.com By Pattye Volz This weeks persistent rains were the final blow for some area trails and open space areas. Tuesday afternoon the City of Colorado Springs announced the closure of several area trails and of the entire Red Rock Canyon Open Space which includes the areas known as Section 16 and White Acres. I closed the park due to the extremely wet and saturated conditions, said park opera- tions and development manager Kurt Schroeder Wednesday morning, explaining that the Highway 24 entrance to the park became impassable when water breached a dam in Sand Canyon causing considerable damage. Schroeder said work is under way to clean up and repair that area and others but as of the Editions publication time he expected the open space to remain closed through Memorial Day weekend and was unsure of when it could open back up. We sure would like things to begin to dry out but the weather forecast is not helping in that area, said Schroeder. Other weather-related city trail closures as of Thursday morning included: Midland Trail between 26th Street and Ridge Road Pikes Peak Greenway Trail between Polk Street and Trem- ont Street Foot Hills Trail within Garden of the Gods between Gateway Road and the Navigators Pikes Peak Greenway Trail between Nevada Avenue and El Pomar Youth Sports Park City park officials are asking trail users to heed the closures and exercise caution for per- sonal safety and for protection of the trails which can be further damaged when used during wet conditions. The city reported minimal new roadway damage from this Rain has Closed Red Rocks and Many Trails Park Closure Includes Section 16 with Opening Uncertain Colorado Springs parks staff surveyed damage this week caused by a breach of a small pond in Sand Canyon on the southwest side of Red Rock Canyon Open Space. Because of the damage the city closed the entire parkTuesday.Photo courtesy of the Colorado Springs Parks Department. weeks rains and reported the debris basins serving Camp Creek, South Douglas and North Douglas creeks were working but were filled to capacity on Tuesday. Residents can report damage such as sinkholes, clogged drainages and park issues via the citys mobile applica- tion: GoCoSprings. For more information, see www.colora- dosprings.gov. The nonprofit Trails and Open Space Coalition also posts infor- mation about trail closures on its website at www.trailsandopen- spaces.org. The Cheyenne and Woodmen Edition offices will be closed Monday for Memorial Day. Meeting about Equestrian Skills Project in Bear Creek Park El Paso County Parks is hosting a community meeting at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 27 at the Bear Creek Nature Center, 245 Bear Creek Road to discuss plans for an equestrian skills course within Bear Creek Regional Park. The course planned for the east side of the park near Eighth Street was included in the already-ap- proved master plan for the county park. A Friends group is planning to help develop the course designed to build skills for safely riding trails. Input Wanted for New County Commissioner Districts El Paso Countys commissioner district boundaries must change to meet the legal requirement of having relatively equal population within each of the five districts. With this in mind, three different options for the reapportionment have been proposed and public input is being accepted on these options through June 11. The proposed options are available at http://car.elpasoco.com. All public comment should be forwarded to Ryan Parsell at RyanParsell@ elpasoco.com or 520-7322.
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