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Boys’ tennis coach Randy Ross added to his Kent Denver legacy with yet another State Championship on Sat., Oct. 15.

Kent Denver came out of the tournament with its fourth straight team title, in addition to six individual champions in Nos. 1, 2 and 3 singles, as well as Nos. 1, 2 and 3 and doubles.

“This group of boys worked so hard and they deserved it,” Coach Ross said to a CHSAA reporter. “I was so happy for them.”

This victory marks Kent Denver’s ninth boys’ tennis State Championship, all of which have come under Coach Ross.

Congratulations, Coach Ross and the Boys’ Tennis team! 

On Fri., Oct. 7, a group of Kent Denver students and faculty spent the day at Regis University for the fifth-annual STAMP (Students Taking Action and Making Progress) conference. Our upper-schoolers—with the help of Kent Denver teachers Marti Champion, Jason Mundy and Taylor Pringle—not only attended, but have also been working with area teachers for almost two months preparing workshops for middle-schoolers from 11 different area schools.

A total of 250 people attended this year's conference, hearing from guest speaker Xiutezcatl Martinez, a 16-year-old indigenous climate activist, hip hop artist and Youth Director of Earth Guardians.

STAMP's goal is to empower young people to create more inclusive communities by engaging in important discussions and training leaders.


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