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Men’s Soccer ties in Steel & Silver series

By James Gavato On a chilly night at Art & Lorraine Gonzales Stadium, Colorado State University-Pueblo and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs battled in the first of two games in the Steel & Silver Series: an aggressive game that featured four yellow cards and two goals scored early on. After a dominating five […]

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Thunderwolves draw 0-0 with Mountaineers

By James Bartolo Despite outshooting the Western Colorado Mountaineers, the Pack women’s soccer team finished two overtimes in a scoreless draw Friday night. The Thunderwolves unloaded for 26 shots against the Mountaineers’ 14 at Art & Lorraine Gonzales Stadium. “Easily we should have put away… four them at least,” said Sierra Cardenas, Thunderwolf head coach. […]

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CIS students prepare for Cybersecurity competition

From CSU-Pueblo Officials The “CyberWolves,” Colorado State University-Pueblo’s National Cyber League Cybersecurity team, nationally ranked No. 9 in the U.S. out of over 265 university teams, will begin preparing for the 2018 competition. There are approximately 15 CSU-Pueblo students registered for the upcoming 2018 fall NCL cybersecurity competition, which will be held the first consecutive […]

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Thunderwolves fall to RMAC leaders

by James Bartolo Despite being within two points against the top team in their final set, the Colorado State University-Pueblo Thunderwolves volleyball team was swept 3-0 by the top team in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Saturday. The No. 22 Colorado Mines Orediggers remain undefeated in conference matches. “They’re very disciplined in regards to how […]

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Cannon changes hands and heads east

By Ben Cason The cannon returned to the east side Friday after a year hiatus.   On a windy night at Dutch Clark Stadium, the East Eagles defeated the rival South Colts 41-14. The East offense scored a total of six touchdowns.  This was the 60th game between the two high schools, both opened in 1959, […]

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Cannon changes hands and heads east

By Ben Cason The cannon returned to the east side Friday after a year hiatus.   On a windy night at Dutch Clark Stadium, the East Eagles defeated the rival South Colts 41-14. The East offense scored a total of six touchdowns.  This was the 60th game between the two high schools, both opened in 1959, […]

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