Month: July 2019

Fifth-Straight League Title ‘Dream Come True’ For Cyclones

BY NICK ROBINSON JOHNSTOWN — An 11-3 run-rule defeat by the hands of the Denver Generals put J.L. Buchanan and the Colorado Cyclones at the crossroads. “After we got run-ruled by the Denver Generals, sitting at 10-5, Shane (Dyer) and I decided we needed to coach our butts off the rest of the summer,”… Read more »


For Immediate Release                                                                            July 14, 2019 DENVER — Due to the large amount of rained out games this season, the league has announced the 2019 postseason tournament will not take place. Instead, the slated time will be used for teams to make up their regular season games. The decision is focused on the regular season… Read more »

‘Energy’ Carries Renegades In Sweep Of Cyclones

BY NICK ROBINSON COLORADO SPRINGS — The Colorado Springs Renegades snapped the Colorado Cyclones 10-game win streak on Saturday afternoon by final scores of 9-2 and 10-1 at Mountain Lion Park.“Our energy today was solid,” Renegades infielder Sam Cregan said. “We took what they gave us and it was a complete team effort. We… Read more »

Six Runs In Last Three Innings Gives Cyclones 7-2 Victory Over Khaos

BY NICK ROBINSON LITTLETON — Despite trailing by a run in the seventh inning, the Colorado Cyclones ripped off six runs to defeat the Colorado Khaos by a final score of 7-2 at Heritage High School. “It was a fun game,” Cyclones outfielder Matt Burkart said. “It was chippy and got chirpy. But that’s… Read more »

Passion Drives Kubec In Second Year As League Owner

BY NICK ROBINSON DENVER – If you would have asked Amanda Kubec when she was a freshman in college about where her life would head, owning a baseball league would be near the bottom of the list. “I never in a million years, starting out as an art major (at Metropolitan State), would have… Read more »