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2020

Mustangs in the news

  • September

    Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    2020 football schedule released

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs will open against Legend in nonleague before heading into league play against Jefferson County; Week 7 will be in the playoffs or in an assigned game.
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  • 'Stangs fall short in 4A tennis

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen wins only 1 of 3 matches in the finals, but ties for second with ever-present Cheyenne Mountain and George Henry Hanzel wins No. 2 singles.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Dominguez to be a Mountain Lion

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs' super sub commits to UCCS basketball; entertains ideas of becoming a doctor.
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  • Mustangs split a DH against Creek

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen drops opener 12-2, rallies to take 2nd game 7-4; team awaits seeding on Sunday for 3 rounds of league tourney for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
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  • Fat Friday for Mustangs boys tennis

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen advances in 6 of the 7 spots in Class 4A tennis and owns the team lead; 'Stangs bidding for various individual titles as well as their first team championship.
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  • Photos by Neil H. Devlin

    Mustangs cross the line ... into football

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Thursday's official beginning of football 2020 came with 88 players, optimism, relief, social-distancing, promise, joy and relief, lots of relief. The season is here.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs ready for 4A tourney

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen, 2nd in 2019, will bid for its 1st boys tennis championship Friday-Saturday in Pueblo in a COVID-19- shortened format.
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  • Dudzic leads 'Stangs' boys runners

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Senior and 2 others finish in the top 10 to earn all-Centennial League; boys finish as runner-up as a group. 
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen Student Photographer

    Mullen flat on Senior Day

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs fall behind early, can't handle Eaglecrest in indifferent 9-2 loss as regular season and league tournament near.
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen student photographer

    Buffs just as tough in Round 2

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Smoky Hill tops Mullen in league's second go-round; Mustangs battle, but come up short., 
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  • The weight is just about over ... the schedule is out! Photo By John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Football's schedule has been released

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs will open against Parker's Legend, then league play against the high end of Jefferson County. First game set for Oct. 9.
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  • Mustangs sweep medalist and team honors

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mario Dino shoots even-par 72 to lead Mullen to a 2-stroke victory in Class 4A Region 3 held at Quail Dunes in Fort Morgan; next up is a team showing at state Oct. 5-6.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs to tee it up in Fort Morgan

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Brady, Dino, Hawes and Johnson carry Mullen hopes in Class 4A postseason golf.
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  • Candice Walls joins Mullen sports

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs' new Director of Sports Performance comes with considerable credentials, even bigger appetite for becoming a part of the high-school ranks.
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  • Football a go for Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs take advantage of late chance for a shortened, protocol-filled Season A; players, staff, school, followers "excited" about season to begin on Thursday as opposed to February.
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  • Are you ready for some football?

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    In a reversal, the level's most-popular game, field hockey and sideline spirit got the go-ahead late Wednesday; districts and individual schools to make decisions to play or wait until the spring.
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  • Late plate lifts Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Improving Mustangs overcome blown lead, score late and outlast Grandview 9-8 in the Centennial League; team improves to 3-6 overall, 3-5 in the loop.
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  • On course: Mullen wraps up regular season

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs take 3rd in final Centennial League match as Dino, Brady and Johnson lead the way.
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  • Rhett Johnson


    High-school sport:
    Golf.

    What I’ve done lately:
    Averaged 1-over par in five Centennial League matches and an invitational, and qualified as one of four Mustangs to compete in Tuesday’s Class 4A Region 3 at Quail Dunes Golf Course in Fort Morgan.

    Grade-point average:
    3.45.

    Class:
    Senior.

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  • Netters dominate region again

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs sweep singles and 3-of-4 doubles to qualify at all seven spots; 4A state tourney in Pueblo awaits.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen SPorts Photographer

    Regional rounds are here

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen ready to defend its 4A Region 3 title and advance its team at all 7 spots to the Colorado tournament to be held later this month in Pueblo.
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen student photographer

    'Stangs receive a little payback

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Arapahoe erupts for 18 hits, drills Mullen 11-3 after suffering road loss late the past month. 
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  • 'Stangs ride the RV tourney and take 3rd

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Behind Mac Caldwell, Mullen fares well in strong gathering in Arvada; home match today vs. Colorado Academy will wrap up regular season. 
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  • Keeley takes advantage in a rush

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Senior takes advantage in latest Centennial League meet to finish 6th at Arapahoe County Fairgrounds; O'Connell heads girls on season's first cool race day.
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  • Big effort ends 'Stangs' slide

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen erupts for a 6-run 2nd inning on the way to a 10-8 decision at Eaglecrest in league; Centennial victory snaps 3-game slide aided by season-high 14 hits.
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  • Maggie Bertsch


    High-school sports:
    Softball and tennis. 

    What I’ve done lately:
    Third baseman had two hits on Thursday, including a run-scoring triple, in a 10-8 victory at Eaglecrest in which the Mustangs halted a three-game slide.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Conflicting times, conflicting reports

    By The MBN
    On the day the Colorado High School Activities Association elects not to change its COVID-19-modified sports calendar, the National Federation of State High School Association's executive director urged the country to 'never say never' for fall sports, performing arts. 
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Information Director

    The CHSAA passes on reinstituting football

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    State officials say they revisited their plan for 2020-21, but decide to pass on any change. Hence, only 4 sports to continue for Season A and the new, other 3 seasons won't begin until after the New Year.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Cherokee Trail dominates DH

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    5A Cougars win Centennial League games 18-0 and 14-3; Mullen dips to 1-5 in 2020, but isn't discouraged.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs not runnin' on empty

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Dudzic, boys finish runners-up at Centennial League Warrior 5k; O'Connell again leads girls.
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  • 'Stangs show well against Niwot

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Niwot wins 4-3 in a 4A nonleague dual, but encouraged Mullen is preparing for the postseason against heavy competition.
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  • Johnson fires a 2-under par

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Senior leads Mullen to 3rd place in latest Centennial League tournament; Dino 5 shots back.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mac Caldwell


    High-school sport:
    Tennis, No. 1 singles player, 2019 Class 4A semifinalist.

    What I’ve done lately:
    .Has only two losses in 2020, most recently to the top 4A singles player.
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen student photographer

    Mustangs can't handle Buffaloes

    By The MBN
    Smoky Hill blasts Mullen 11-0 in Centennial League play; 'Stangs manage only two base runners.
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  • 'Stangs on course for strong finish

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Boys golfers finish 1st at Bear Creek G.C. as Johnson ties for first; additional Mustangs get experience at Kennedy G.C.; and their regional site is set for later this month.
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  • Free combine went off without a hitch ... or glitch in a storm

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs host the football drills, including under the lights, for 148 senior players across the state; wet weather didn't put a damper on it.
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  • August

    'Stangs breeze past Grandview

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Led by a singles sweep, Mullen improved to 6-2 in dual matches with a 6-1 decision of the Wolves in the Centennial League; Niwot is next.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    MBN Roundup: Cross country, boys tennis

    By The MBN
    Runners take fourth in both genders at Creek meet, headed by Dudzic and O'Connell; netters continue busy schedule, including against Niwot.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs get on the board

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Resilient Mullen wins a slugfest 14-10 over visiting Arapahoe in handing new coach Dave Atencio his first victory in command.
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  • 'Stangs down Heritage in nonleague tennis

    By The MBN
    Mullen boys win 6 of first 7 matches.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Golfers shine at nearby Foothills

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Top 'Stangs combined for 5-under, team finishes at even-par 288 in Centennial League match No. 3.
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  • Broncos' Jeudy filmed on campus

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Rookie WR wasn't trying out for the 'Stangs; no, he was being filmed for a new series to be streamlined.
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  • Mullen to host football combine

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Ponderosa-sponsored testing and drills to run on Friday; event is free and open to all in-state seniors.
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  • Valdez-Lemos a national champ ... again

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen soph wins wrestling title; junior Alina Antillon runner-up. 
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  • VII boys tennis rolls in Aurora

    By The MBN
    Mullen's Varsity II defeated the host Buffaloes 6-1 in a Centennial League match; 'Stangs are 3-1.
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen student photographer

    "Stangs fall in another late one

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    2-1 loss in 8 innings similar to previous setback in season opener.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Runners, you may remove your masks ... set ... go!'

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    In Mullen's first home meet in at least a decade, 'Stangs excited about competing as social distancing met cross country. And it worked.
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen student

    'Stangs dominate Cherokee Trail

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen drops only a combined 10 games in routing the Cougars 7-0 in Centennial League boys tennis; 3 matches on consecutive days await.
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  • Mullen 5k Invitational Information

    By The MBN
    'Stangs to open cross country season and host first meet of the season.
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  • Season A '20: A different kind of running for Colorado cross country

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    There will be, of course, social distance for distance running, but 'Stangs ready to tackle a new form of the sport during the pandemic.
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  • Creek sweeps Mustangs in Centennial dual

    By The MBN
    Always powerful 5A Bruins roll 7-0 in winning all singles and doubles matches.
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  • 'Stangs drop a close one to open 2020

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Bruins plate one in the 7th with two outs to beat Mullen 4-3 in new head coach Dave Atencio's debut.
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  • Dino, Johnson excel at South Suburban

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Seniors grab 2nd and 3rd, respectively, Mustangs move to runner-up as a team in Centennial League Match No. 2.
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  • Season A '20: Diamond doings are here

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs to open softball season Monday, Aug.17. new head coach Dave Atencio welcomes experience and newer talent among format changes during the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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  • For openers, a decisive victory

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs boys tennis begins 2020 with a 6-1 victory over visiting Arapahoe in league; seniors singles sweep.
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  • Season A '20: 'Stangs net worth up

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    It's another fall sport with cuts due to COVID-19, but Mullen boys tennis brings back experience and younger talent has improved. Team was 4A state runner-up in 2019.
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  • Photos courtesy of Carrie Brady

    'Stangs turn in sound opening day

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    All Mullen players break 80 in a promising, opening Centennial League match at Meadow Hills G.C.; senior Rhett Johnson leads way with 1-over 71.
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  • Megan Pohs commits to Regis University

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Gifted point guard, all-league and all-state, excited to join Rangers and head into their nursing program. 
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  • Season A '20: Boys golfers first up

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Amid the pandemic, changing times, schedule switches and more of the unknown, Mullen opens its season today in Aurora for a Centenniual League match.
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  • Trevor Moore headed to Stanford

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Talented pitcher/infielder chooses Cardinal; junior-to-be works through COVID-19 problems with recruiting, hopes it gets better for future players. 
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  • At the starting line ...

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Remaining 3 sports for Season A due to open practice this week as are 1st varsity events. Games are on.
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  • Big changes, bigger happiness

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Softball to open under different circumstances, but new head coach Atencio centers on the positives of beginning a new season in the face of the pandemic.
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  • The wait begins

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Football may be months away, but new coach Bennett says his Mustangs have handled the news well and the race is on to get better.
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  • We're playing and the plan is out!

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Four sports seasons to happen in 2020-21, with football beginning in February and basketball in January, but the Colorado consensus is relief and joy for competition to resume.
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  • First up: Mustangs boys golfers teeing off

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Softball and boys tennis will follow next week, but in-staters anxiously awaiting decisions on additional sports.
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  • July

    Additional Sports get Green Light from CHSAA for Fall 2020

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Boys tennis and softball join boys golf as 3-of-9 fall sports to open as scheduled; information on others due by the end of the week. 
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  • Brown officially joins Mustangs athletics

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Former in-state running back set to join Mullen as athletic director on Aug. 3; Colorado native "excited" about his new position and opportunities for his student-athletes.

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  • Photos by Neil H. Devlin, SID -- while at Eaglecrest, Brown was featured on the cover of Devlin's football preview in 1994; Brown also is shown meeting with Mullen staff, parents and coaches.

    Damian Brown joins Mullen staff

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    The Colorado native, a former schoolboy star running back and high-end student-athlete, has been appointed Mustangs athletic director. Mullen community excited about his leadership potential.
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  • Photos by Neil H. Devlin, Mullen SID

    A welcomed sigh of relief

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Despite recent stretch of scorching weather, Mustangs softballers thrilled to participate in OTAs and get ready for 2020 season.
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  • Diamond doings: OTAs here for softball

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    New head coach Dave Atencio eager to open work with Mustangs.
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  • June

    Photos by Neil H. Devlin, Mullen SID

    McCaffrey Football Camp opens

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Former Bronco WR's annual gathering looks a bit different in 2020 with the pandemic, but an enthusiastic group was on hand for its debut with Mullen as host site.
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  • Photos by Neil H. Devlin, Mullen SID

    OTAs back for football

    By Neil H. Devlin,Mullen Sports Information Director
    2nd day of drills fantastically welcomed for football hopefuls, new head coach Jeremy Bennett and his staff; safety precautions in place.
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  • Ed McCaffrey's camp to come to Mullen

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Former Bronco and new UNC head coach will host his annual youth gathering June 22-25 on campus; safety precautions in place to keep it running.
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  • May

    Making the most of it, Issue 35

    Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff, Mullen Junior
    Sprinter Kaleah Mitchell-Ruff, like so many others, has been slowed by the coronavirus (COVID-19). In writing for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times, the junior shares her shock at how quickly everything was shut down, the adjustment of being home and realizing an opportunity when she sees one.  
     
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  • Prep re-opening on June 1

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Caution, intelligence and patience will be required, but it's a start -- individual decisions to be made at the local level.
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  • 2 senior golfers say goodbye

    By The MBN
    Paige Sowitch, Meagan Compton lost their senior seasons to the coronavirus, but still racked up lots of terrific memories.
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  • Zoom workouts starting June 2nd

    Grant Stewart
    Mullen Sports Performance is conducting live, Zoom workouts for all Mullen students starting Tuesday June 2nd.  No exercise equipment or weights are required, but can be used.  Email Coach Stewart, stewart@mullenhigh.com and join the Google Classroom to register for dates and times.  The Google Classroom code is: uhh2n6i.  Updates will also be on Twitter @mullen_strength and Instagram @mullensportsperformance
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  • Staying optimistic, Issue 32

    Avery Panozzo, Mullen Junior
    As a catcher in softball, Avery Panozzo knows how to take charge, serve as a kind of quarterback and maintain her composure. It’s how she’s handling herself during the coronavirus (COVID-19). Centering on the memories she has from the school year, the junior also writes for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times about seniors who were robbed of finales, staying in shape the best she can, staying optimistic about the future, missing her classmates and teachers, and remaining determined.
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  • Running on Faith, Love, and Hope, Issue 30

    Joe Welling, Assistant Principal
    For Joe Welling, assistant principal and multi-sport running coach, he writes for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times from the heart. With years of experience as a Lasallian Educator, he has broken down this difficult stretch of the coronavirus (COVID-19) into running on faith, love and hope. He also cites the resilience of the Mustangs community, its ability to continue to produce outstanding young people in the  midst of joy at Mullen and operating under the Grace of God. 
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  • The beauty of being a Mustang, Issue 26

    Neil H. Devlin, Mullen SID
    Sports Information Director Neil H. Devlin, in the latest Mullen Today Unordinary Times, writes about the unmatched speed and devastation of the coronavirus (COVID-19); the relentless boredom of staying home; missing the Mullen community and all that comes with it; and the void of working at a high school that was suddenly taken away. However, there’s hope, we need to follow it and we’ll keep putting up a fight. It’s one we can win if we’re smart.
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  • Resilient, Issue 25

    Antonio Corral, Mullen Senior
    Antonio Corral has dabbled in many classes, sports and programs while at Mullen. So when the coronavirus (COVID-19) hit and wiped out what his final months with the school, he decided to use the resilience he developed as a Mustang. Indeed, he misses what could have been, but he’ll always be with Mullen, always be counted among the Mustangs. 
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  • Rise to the challenge!, Issue 21

    Trey Sieradski, Mullen Senior
    If Trey Sieradski can remain positive about what’s currently going on in the world with the pandemic, then virtually every Mullen Mustang is more than willing to take his word for it. The interesting, resilient senior and baseball player writes for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times about the uncertainty that came out of left field, dealing with a second personal quarantine, putting aside pettiness, getting back what everyone has missed and truly appreciating life that really is a gift. 
     
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  • Thank you Senior Class!, Issue 20

    Aidan Cashman, Mullen Junior
    Like most ice hockey players, Aidan Cashman works at humility and implements it. The junior, in his turn contributing to Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times, understandably feels the pain and disappointment of schoolboys and schoolgirls in this time of the coronavirus (COVID-19); is doing his best to pass the time intelligently; knows he’s fortunate to have finished his sports season; and issues a heartfelt thank you to Mustangs seniors.  
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  • April

    COVID-19 will not break us, Issue 19

    Molly Gilbert, Mullen Junior
    Molly Gilbert plays attack in lacrosse, so she’s doing the same thing during this difficult and unprecedented time. Her spring season lasted not much more than a week, but as the Mustangs junior outlines in her Mullen Today Unordinary Times offering, she’s feeling for those who lost their seasons, turning season-enders into positives and relying on her Mustangs lacrosse team to help get stronger for the future in the face of the pandemic.  
     
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  • Speech-and-debaters ready to take on the unknown

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Recent program-high of 7 Mustangs set for the first national tournament to be held online.
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  • "Coronacation" Issue 18

    Hector Rodriquez, Mullen Senior
    Hector Rodriguez, impressive in speech and debate, wonders how he’ll speak and debate during what has turned into distance everything. Having qualified for the national tournament that will be contested online for the first time, Rodriguez’s offering for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times covers his apprehension as well as pushing through this tough time, staying motivated and centering on the positive in what he terms as  ”coronacation.”  
     
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  • Reister an Allegheny Gator

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustang senior golfer headed to Meadville, Pa., for DIII play.
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  • Our new normal is at home, Issue 16

    Alek Elges, Mullen Senior

    Alek Elges had no idea that Mullen’s first baseball game, played on opening day of spring last month, would be the program’s only one of the season. The 12th-grader, one of many Mustangs excited about their chances in 2020, instead had to settle for one of life’s lessons. In writing for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times, Elges, who is part of a large family contingent to go through Mullen’s doors, also notes about impulsive moves while staying at home as well as moving on to college and hoping to get back to normal.
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  • Football foes in line

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs' 2020 schedule set -- 4 new nonleague opponents, Regis Jesuit and another league round against Jefferson County.
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  • Looking ahead with 20/20 vision, Issue 15

    J.P. Starkey, Mullen Senior
     J.P. Starkey, a multi-sporter and champion for the Mustangs, writes about lost opportunities, including back-to-back seasons in lacrosse and his turn as a mentor. But in the latest edition of Mullen Today’s UnOrdinary Times, the senior instead chooses to center on his entire four-year experience, including his first day at Mullen, schoolmate and teammate bonds, winning in doubles tennis and looking forward in 2020 with 20/20 vision.
      
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  • A connected community, Issue 13

    Natalie Paul, Mullen Senior
    I miss my family at Mullen.

    I have been a part of Mullen ever since I can remember.  As a kid, I remember playing on the cement “M” during football games. I didn't have any other school in mind when I looked at high schools.  My family was literally there with me. Growing up at Mullen was the best thing that could have happened to me. Mullen is my home and will forever be. 
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  • For the love of the game, Issue 12

    Liz Hamer, Mullen Educator
    Wake up; go to school; go to practice; do homework; grab something to eat; lift; try to squeeze a few minutes in with the family; sleep; repeat. Athletes’ lives revolve around routine, so when the threat and spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) caused a screeching halt to life as we knew it, athletes were left with whiplash and uncertainty. At first, a little alleviation from the grind seemed a tolerable slow down, but when it became apparent that sports weren’t coming back any time soon, hiccups turned into a complete halt. As championships were canceled and entire seasons were left in the dust, anger, sadness and uncertainty set in … in essence, student-athletes were grieving.
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  • My purpose and my passion will not be hidden by fear, Issue 14

    Ellie Bixenman, Mullen Senior
    Ellie Bixenman writes about discovering track a couple of years ago in Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times. It seemed insignificant at the time, but, boy, was she wrong. Over the past years, she has learned to compete, she has learned how to peak as a runner and she had all of it taken away for her senior season … and yet she refuses to complain. She yearns to be with her Mullen classmates and teammates, but understands what’s going on during this difficult time. And she won’t be intimidated by fear.
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  • Amazing 'Stangs senior now a well-deserved ambassador

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Trey Sieradski goes from shocked cancer patient to spokesman for Children's Hospital.
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  • Spring sports cancelled

    By The MBN
    Third of 3 annual seasons halted by coronavirus (COVID-19).
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  • Photos by John Leyba

    'Stangs assistant coach a talented artist with a pertinent purpose

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Swim's Zucchini-Fowler captures healthcare professionals poignantly with a colorful mural downtown that has been seen worldwide.
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  • Challenging Times, Issue 10

    Wilson Yee, Mullen Senior
    Wilson Yee, a pilot and soon-to-be Air Force Academy Cadet, is attempting to fly through the time of coronavirus (COVID-19) while missing the end of his Mullen career. A place-kicker, Yee writes about the American people, their country and making everything better.
     
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  • Bixenman experiences distance signing

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Trackster will compete with  Catholic University in Washington, D.C.
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  • It won't stop me, Issue 8

    Ben Martinez, Mullen Sophomore
    Ben Martinez, a sophomore, writes about tough times and ways to deal with them. The footballer and baseballer discovered he doesn’t have to wait for weights, neighbors rule and more time at home than usual shouldn’t be taken for granted.
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  • Keanaaina part of NFF honorees

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Colorado chapter had to cancel due to COVID-19; Mullen senior 1 of 18 to be feted.
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  • New head coach Bennett close to setting staff

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    A sweet 16 assistants on board; a few more to be added.
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  • The cold darkness of winter is gone...or is it: Issue 6

    Will Chavez, Mullen Senior
    Training for Will Chavez has turned from surf to turf. In the time of coronavirus (COVID-19), the swimmer writes about being unassuming, surprised and staring at reality. His end-of-high-school road has gone from highway to alley, a before-and-after shot still very much in the works for him and every other senior. 
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  • Zooming into baseball

    By The MBN
    Coaches, staff get together through video amid quarantine.
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  • Routine vs. No Routine: Issue 5

    Matthew Guglielmo
    For Mullen teacher-coach Matthew Guglielmo, dealing with the ramifications of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is proving challenging on all levels. Below, he has shared the aspects of a routine vs. no routine. Days with the same tasks; and days with different tasks. Unusual teaching and no coaching, but more family interaction and time at home. Learning something new, yet doing many of the same things. Like everyone else, he realizes’s in the same boat …
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  • Bittersweet: Issue 3

    Megan Pohs, Mullen Junior
    Megan Pohs, a junior, is arguably the best point guard as well as player in Class 4A girls basketball. A three-year starter, she has been all-Centennial League three times, twice named to the first team. The recognized Mustangs leader who has led them to 40 victories the past two seasons writes about her strong relationships with teammates, working their way to another title shot, dealing with unannounced disappointment and trying to come through the pandemic as a better, stronger person.
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  • Dwol, Naha and Mahmood honored by Centennial League

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Three Mustangs cited as female and male athletes of the month, and coach of the month.
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  • Track is my peace: Issue 2

    Agur Dwol, 10th Grader
    Agur Dwol, a sophomore, is the defending Class 4A Colorado champion in triple jump. She also was ranked as high as No. 4 in the country this year and was recently named All-America indoors for schoolgirls by National Scholastic Athletics Foundation-New Balance. She writes about conflicting feelings of anger and relief, getting some down time, a shrinking season, prep goals and how the sport provides her a much-needed outlet:
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  • Mullen Today: Issue 1

    Mullen Broadcast Network
    Ordinarily, hundreds of Mullen’s Mustangs would be competing in spring sports.  And, ordinarily, MullenHigh.com would be telling their stories.
     
    But there isn’t anything ordinary about these times, is there?

     
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  • Coach Stone heads all-state team

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Five Mustangs competitors named to 4A swim and dive group.
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  • No school, sports through April 30

    By The MBN
    Extension for the stay-at-home order by Gov. Polis to be determined; current deadline is April 11. Campus remains closed.
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  • Dwol named to All-American team

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs soph one of nation's top triple-jumpers.
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  • March

    Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Pohs heads Mullen all-staters

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Junior is a 1st-teamer; Gallegos, Perez honorable mention.
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  • Pohs, Perez, Carter highlight all-leaguers

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Ten Mustangs basketballers named to the all-Centennial League teams.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    No choice: 'Stangs accept season with no finale

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Coach Cawley suggests Mullen and Holy Family share the 4A crown due to bizarre circumstances from COVID-19.
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  • Photos by Mullen's Kyle Markel

    Mullen baseball wins, but doesn't know what's next

    by Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs blitz Highlands Ranch 11-1 in season opener, but, like others, have no idea about their next game.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Rest of state hoops cancelled

    By The MBN
    Late Thursday decision halts play; looks like there will be no champions.
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  • 'Stangs Choi 2nd in opening Centennial match

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Sophomore fires 1-under 64; freshman Zingler, senior Sowitch are next.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs outlast Berthoud 64-57 in OT in 4A final 4

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Pohs goes for 30 as Mullen wins at a sparsely attended Denver Coliseum; team goes for a repeat on Saturday after one of the most-bizarre settings in Colorado history.
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  • Campus closed; spring sports on the road

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen elects to be pro-active about COVID-19; spring sports mandated to play away events at least until end of the month.
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  • Girls lax reloading with younger talent

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Key injuries mar opening of season, but 'Stangs ready to adjust.
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  • Mustangs seeking speed, leaps and bounds

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Track and field numbers, possibilities growing, headed by Dwol.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mullen ready for 4A's final 4

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    19-7 'Stangs ready to meet Berthoud at the Coliseum and play for a 2nd straight championship.
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  • Netters headed up, up, up ...

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Participation, expectations higher for Mustangs girls tennis.
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  • Diamond doings: Mustangs set to play ball

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Improvement the theme for Spring 2020 season.
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  • Expectations high for Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Boys lacrosse wants to stay healthy, advance to postseason.
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  • G-O-A-L! Mustangs ready to hit the pitch

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Lots of new faces dot the roster for Spring 2020.
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  • Mustangs girls now on the 1st tee

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Sophomore Choi heads a larger, more-experienced roster. 
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  • Mustangs have been doing swimmingly well

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Boys swim and dive readies for Spring 2020.
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  • Photos by Neil H. Devlin and Ami Zach, Mullen High

    On to the 4 final four!

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Defending champ Mustangs crush Canon City 70-33, earn a trip to the Denver Coliseum as soph Gracie Gallegos goes for 27 points. 
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Girls set to host Canon City in Great 8

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    4A defending champ Mullen, which has won 7 straight playoff games, will host the Tigers; trip to historic Denver Coliseum at stake.
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  • On the road again ... Mustangs continue to roll

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Defending 4A champion Mullen blows out host Montrose 65-40, will host Canon City on Friday in the Great 8.
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  • Infectious Disease Preparedness | 2020

    Raul Cardenas, President & CEO
    Due to the high alert around the world concerning the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Mullen High School has prepared a plan of response. We are monitoring statements and advice from the Center for Disease Control and the Colorado State Department of Health.  As of now, even with the lower risk here in Colorado and the United States, steps will be made at the school to prepare students and staff in the currently very low chance that a breakout occurs in our buildings. These best practice procedures are designed to protect the safety of all parties involved and to prevent any further infections from occurring.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs off to Montrose ... again

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    4A defending champs head to hills for Sweet 16.
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  • February

    Spring! Season No. 3 begins Monday

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Seven sports will run into the end of 2019-20 school year.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Red-hot Mustangs crush Cheyenne Mountain

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen blitzes Indians 86-42; will head to hills for 3rd round.
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  • 'Stangs girls to open defense on Friday

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    4A title winners to welcome Cheyenne Mountain in 2nd round.
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  • Coleman Guthrie


    High-school sports:
    Ice hockey (wing); tennis (No. 2 doubles, 4A Colorado runner-up); and baseball (outfielder).

    What I’ve done lately:
    Scored his first two goals of the season to help the Mustangs blitz Steamboat Springs 7-0 and qualify for the ice hockey playoffs.

    Grade-point average:
    3.5.

    Class:
    Senior.
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  • Mustangs knocked out of playoffs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Monarch too strong, wins 5-0; but Mullen optimistic about future.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Playoffs on ice for Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen earns final seed, set to meet Monarch on Tuesday.
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  • Waiting for the playoff call ...

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs blitz Sailors 7-0 in final bid to make postseason.
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  • 'Stangs come up just short of powerful Grandview

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Wolves edge Mullen 53-49 to cap the regular season, but 'Stangs show well and seem ready for the 4A postseason. 
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Season ends in familiar fashion

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen falls to Grandview, ends 4-19 overall, 1-13 league.
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  • Sumner, Troni, Linares place at state tourney

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Trio, 3 others show well at the Pepsi Center for upbeat wrestling program.
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  • Three 'Stangs with chances to place

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Linares, Sumner and Troni can still make podium.
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  • 4-of-6 Mustangs headed to quarterfinals

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Sumner, 3 first-timers head wrestling effort.
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  • Late 3-2 setback stings

    By The MBN
    Mullen blows 2-0 lead, falls to Castle View in nonconference.
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  • 'Stangs set marks and sparks with 3rd-place showing

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen's inner core strong in 4A; Stone is coach of the year again.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    6 'Stangs ready to rumble

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen sending some quality to the Pepsi Center in the latest version of the Colorado wretrsling tournament.
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  • Lindsey Sowitch


    High-school sport:
    Swimming.

    What I’ve done lately:
    At the Colorado Class 4A meet earlier this week, set Mullen program marks in preliminaries in the 200-yard medley relay, 200 individual medley, 100 butterfly and 200 freestyle relay. In the finals, helped the 200 medley relay finish second; was fifth in the 200 IM; sixth in 100 butterfly; and was part of the 200 free relay that was first.

    Grade-point average:
    4.11.

    Class:
    Junior.
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  • Mullen File Photo/ John Leyba

    Pool rules: 5 'Stangs set for big 2nd day

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen heads for big finish in 4A swim & dive.
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  • 10 'Stangs ready to roll in 4A

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen set for mid-range swim and dive title.
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  • Mullen misfires on playoff possibility

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Cougars rock Mustangs to keep them in Centennial cellar.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs enjoy 'complete' effort

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Coach thrilled with 65-48 handling of Cherokee Trail.
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  • A sweet half-dozen

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    6 Mustangs advance through regionals and punch state tickets. 
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  • Jeremy Bennett

    Mullen chooses Jeremy Bennett

    Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Familiar figure in Jeffco will head Mustangs.
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  • 'Stangs rock, roll and learn

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Defending 4A champs crush Buffs, get better.
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  • Buffs beat down 'Stangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen falls 85-67, but may still have a postseason chance.
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  • Mustangs can't get past 4 unanswered goals

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen drops a 5-2 conference game to Kent Denver.
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  • Wrestlers ready for regionals

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs have seven hopefuls headed to 3A Region 3 at Holy Family.
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  • Dave Atencio joins Mullen staff

    Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Decorated coach now in command of Mullen softball.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Haley Van Horn



    High school sport:
    Basketball (forward, averaging 4.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2 assists).

    What I’ve done lately:
    Scored in double figures in three of the past six games for Mustangs, 13-6 overall, 7-3 in the Centennial League.

    Grade-point average:
    3.9.

    Class:
    Junior.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs drop season series to Bruins

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen falls 81-66 to Centenniual-leading Cherry Creek.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Champ vs. champ meet again

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    5A Creek downs 4A 'Stangs 60-39, but Mullen shows much better 2nd time around.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen SPorts Photographer

    Former Denver stars grace The Hutch

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Pros from another era, Hammond and Williams, view Centennial game.
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  • Sowitch, Macauley grab Centennial firsts

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Informaton Director
    Mustangs win twice in shortened league meet.
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  • Two times a champion

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Soph Antillon wins her 2nd straight wrestling title.
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  • Photos courtesy of Mullen track

    Dwol again sets a PR in triple jump

    By Neil H. Devlin, Sports Information Director
    Soph shines as do more Mustangs in Boise Nike meet.
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  • Mullen file photo

    Antillon ready to defend her title

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen soph 27-0 and ready to go at girls state wrestling.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs can't get back-to-back victories

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen rolled by Eaglecrest after snapping 10-game skid on Saturday,
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs get through Raptors in league

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen overcomes slow start, sickness in 51-32 road victory.
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  • 16 signs of success

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs, peers, family celebrate National SIgning Day.
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  • Claire Mochan

    High school sport: Swimming (50- and 100-yard freestyles, and 200 medley and 200 free relays) and lacrosse (attack).

    What I’ve done lately:
    Qualified for the Class 4A state meet in the 50 free, her first time, and will attempt to qualify in the 100 free this weekend at the Centennial League meet at Arapahoe on Saturday.

    Grade-point average:
    4.3.

    Class:
    Junior.
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  • 'Stangs' soph Dwol sets AFA meet mark

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    A triple-jump leap of 40-3.75 puts her 4th nationally.
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  • Antillon sweeps through regionals

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    'Stangs' sophomore impressive in running season record to 27-0.
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  • Mustangs blanked by Denver East

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen loses 6-0, fades again against a high-end foe.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs survive 2OT thriller against Arapahoe

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen wins 81-80, snaps 10-game losing streak.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Perez leads 'Stangs over Warriors in 2nd go-round

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Soph's double-double large in 48-32 win at The Hutch.
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  • Sumner leads Mullen at Westy

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Senior wins at 152; Mustangs 6th as a team with 4 placers.
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  • January

    Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs remain winless in Centennial

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Grandview wins 50-33; Mullen drops 10th consecutive game.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Grandview tells a tall tale

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Informaiton Diretcor
    5A Wolves out of reach for 4A 'Stangs, who fall 58-36. 
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  • Aidan Keanaaina, far left.

    Aloha for 'Stangs star Keanaaina

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Senior fares well in 2020 Polynesian Bowl in Honolulu.
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  • Mark Troni

    High school sport: Wrestling (132 pounds, 26-11 record) and track and field (400 meters).

    What I’ve done lately:
    Went 5-0 in the Platte Valley duals the past Saturday. In the coming weeks, Troni will be competing for a berth in the Colorado tournament at the Pepsi Center.

    Grade-point average:
    4.1.

    Class:
    Sophomore.
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  • Water works: 'Stangs dual with Warriors

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen falls to 5A Arapahoe as the 4A postseason awaits. 
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  • Photos by Mullen parents

    Ice hockey with an altitude

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs joined others in grass-roots play at Keystone Lake.
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  • MacDougall nets the winner in OT

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen downs Chatfield 2-1 in well-played thriller; Denver East is next.
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  • 'Stangs drop rivalry game

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen falls to Regis Jesuit 70-55 at crowded Hutchison Fieldhouse.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Balance again carries Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Gallegos and Co. rock Overland; Grandiew is next at home.
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  • Overland blazes past Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen loses 55-33 as losing skid reaches eight.
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  • Mullen enjoys pool time in Aurora

    By The MBN
    Mustangs swim past Overland 137-33 in a Centennial dual.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs drop league dual to Arapahoe

    By The MBN
    Mullen falls 48-30 to Warriors in the Centennial League.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs' slide reaches an unlucky 7

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen falls 82-60 on the road to Cherokee Trail.
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  • Gilbert's hat trick propels Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Junior's 4-point game paces 5-3 victory over Palmer.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Van Horn paces 'Stangs on the road

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Junior scores season-high 14 and defends well in 69-50 league victory at Cherokee Trail.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Ethan Heffern

    High school sport: Basketball (guard) and soccer (keeper).

    What I’ve done lately:
    Has scored in double figures the past three games and solidified his position as a starter.

    Grade-point average:
    3.3.

    Class:
    Sophomore.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mullen falters late against Chatfield

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Chargers tally 3 3rd-period goals to win 5-2.
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  • Sumner, Linares head Mustangs grapplers

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen is 15th at Flornece Invitational with 2 placers.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs rebound, cruise by a whopping 71

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen shakes off Creek loss, blows out Smoky Hill.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photogrpher

    Denver East too much for Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs rolled 94-50, suffer 6th loss in a row.
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  • Mahon shines in Mustangs' big week on ice

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Goalie is stellar again; 'Stangs tame Rebels 3-1.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mullen vs. Grandview

    By The MBN
    Shots from the Mustangs, No. 2 in 4A, against the Wolves.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Skid reaches 5, but Mustangs improved

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Strong 2nd half lifts Smoky Hill to 69-57 win.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Keanaaina at home in Hawaii

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen senior DT set for Saturday's Polynesian Bowl.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    'Stangs bitten by Bruins, bad habits

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen loses by 30, falls to 3-7 with 5th straight loss.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Creek dominates in battle of champions

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    4A Mustangs no match for 5A Bruins, fall 58-38. 
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  • Elaina Martinez

    High school sport: Basketball, plays both guard spots.

    What I’ve done lately:
    Stepped in as Mustangs’ point guard – from shooting guard -- after the starter was injured and led the team to two Centennial League victories.

    Grade-point average:
    3.4.

    Class:
    Junior.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Mustangs out-grapple Trailblazers

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sorts Information Director
    Mullen grabs 42-33 Centennial League dual meet.
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  • Mustangs respond, end 2-game slide

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Simons, Cashman score twice in 7-0 win over CA.
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  • Swimfest: 'Stangs cruise vs. Hinkley, Eaglecrest

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mullen gaining momentum, improvement after holiday break.
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  • Heritage shuts out Mullen a 2nd time

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Powerful Eagles take a 4-0 decision.
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  • Mullen girls again in the swim

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs 5th at Smoky Hill Invitational, lots of SQTs.
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  • Mustang vs. Mustang highlights invitational

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Sumner meets Valdez-Lemos as Mullen grabs 6th at Denver South.
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  • Banner night: 'Stangs humble Eaglecrest

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    '19 title championship placard released; Dominguez, Perez spark 53-19 rout of Raptors.
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  • For better and certainly not worse

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs' effort improved in close loss to talented Eaglecrest. 
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  • Photos by Kyle Markel, Mullen High

    Hot shots: Mustangs pinned by Heritage

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs outshot by 49-5 in 3-0 setback.
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  • Photos by John leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Blown out in the new year

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    After the break, Mustangs rolled by Arapahoe in league opener. 
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Key injury doesn't make Mustangs blink

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Pohs sidelined, but deep roster comes through in league opener.
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  • Photos from the Aumni Game.

    Nice ice: Mustangs snap 4-game skid

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Inforation Director
    Mullen beats Summit 5-2 and welcomes back goalie Mahon.
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  • 'Stangs take 3rd in their invitational

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Linares, Sumner win weight classes as winter play resumes.
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Back 2020
Mr. Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director, covers and promotes our 20 varsity sports programs. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Neil is in his 40th year of covering high-school sports in Colorado through newspapers, television, radio, the Internet and magazines. He has won various writing awards and is in multiple halls of fame. His passion for writing about the people, athletes and events of the Rocky Mountain prep sports world will now primarily focus on Mullen.

If you have a news or story idea, please email Ami Zach or Neil Devlin.