No area better represents the run-up in values that Denver urban neighborhoods are seeing than Congress Park — east from York Street to Colorado, north from Sixth Avenue to Colfax — with good commuter access to downtown as well as Cherry Creek. Prices now span from the $600s to the $900s, and expert agent Fontella Pappas has a bungalow coming on the market there with its first showing Sunday, July 1, at the very low end of that range. At 1233 Jackson St., 4 blocks from where the old University Hospital site at 9th and Colorado is evolving into shops and dining, you can tour a 1920s-era brick home, two bedrooms up and a third in a finished basement, plus an oversized two-car garage, coming on at $609,500. Pappas points out that of a small number of Congress Park listings in the lower range, a smaller townhouse a block away is $600,000, and similar bungalows 3 and 4 blocks south on Jackson sold last month for $620,000 and $665,000. Five doors up from this listing, one without … [Read more...] about Congress Park bungalow in the low $600s holds first open house Sunday, July 1, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Douglas Miles The Gazette Coach David Rosenthal, Iowa City West girls’ soccer savoring the ‘small victories’ Avenge and advance the order of the day for Cedar Rapids Prairie girls’ soccer Goal by Dylan Anderson delivers Cedar Rapids Kennedy boys’ soccer to substate final Exchange student Andrija Mijatovic boosts Cedar Rapids Xavier boys' soccer Hat trick by Kennede Nosbisch helps Mount Vernon girls' soccer close regular season in style All articles by Douglas IOWA CITY — It has been a marvelous string of success for the Iowa City West boys’ soccer team. A 2-1 victory over No. 15 Cedar Rapids Kennedy in Saturday’s Class 3A substate final at Barker Field delivered the fifth-ranked Trojans to the state tournament for the 18th time in 19 years. While the names and faces on … [Read more...] about Iowa City West boys’ soccer returns to state tournament for 18th time in 19 years
CEDAR FALLS — Consistently competitive, the Cedar Falls girls’ tennis team has been searching for a dual meet where everything comes together.The Tigers took a major step forward Saturday morning with a convincing 5-2 win over metro rival Waterloo West in the first round of the Class 2A regional team tournament at the University of Northern Iowa’s tennis complex.Cedar Falls’ win avenged an earlier 5-4 loss at West, snapping a string of three consecutive 5-4 setbacks for a team that has dropped six matches this season by that narrowest of margins.Up next, the Tigers will attempt to avenge another 5-4 loss in a rematch against Linn-Mar at 9 a.m. Saturday at Iowa City West. A victory in that dual would set up a 1 p.m. encounter with the host Trojans for a trip to the regional final.“I really do think that we’re a dangerous team,” Cedar Falls coach Mike Knox said. “I keep telling the girls I don’t think we’ve played our best match … [Read more...] about Prep girls’ tennis: Cedar Falls avenges loss to West in regional opener
SIOUX CITY – Taylor Kelley and Kaitlyn Mulder both scored a goal as the Sioux City North girls soccer team defeated Sioux City West 2-1 in a Missouri River Activities Conference match here Tuesday.Kelley scored in the 36th minute off an assist from Brianna Marchand to give North a 1-0 lead. Three minutes later, Kaitlyn Mulder scored an unassisted goal in the 39th minute to extend the North lead to 2-0. Darling Carrillo, a former North player, scored the lone goal for West on a penalty kick in the 69th minute.Goalkeeper Sedrena Phillips recorded two saves for North while Abby Duenas notched eight saves for West.North (6-5) hosts Kuemper Catholic on Thursday while West (4-6) hosts Bishop Heelan on Monday for senior night.SERGEANT BLUFF-LUTON 7, SIOUX CENTER 0: Abby Wisecup and Brooklyn Huberty both scored two goals and the Sergeant Bluff-Luton girls soccer team rolled to a 7-0 win over Sioux Center on Tuesday in Sioux Center.Jordan Trover finished with one goal and one assist from … [Read more...] about PREP SOCCER: Taylor Kelly, Kaitlyn Mulder lead North past West
Douglas Miles The Gazette Golden goal by Micah Frisbie lifts 3A No. 8 Iowa City West boys’ soccer over No. 4 Prairie 1A No. 2 Center Point-Urbana girls’ soccer prevails in matchup of Wamac contenders 3A No. 4 Cedar Rapids Prairie conquering the MVC boys’ soccer field 1A No. 10 Williamsburg boys’ soccer off to best start in school history Goalkeeper Kendal Runels leads stellar defensive effort for Cedar Rapids Kennedy girls' soccer All articles by Douglas CEDAR RAPIDS — Over the past two boys’ soccer seasons, only one team has solved the Prairie puzzle. Sophomore forward Micah Frisbie scored with 5:04 left in the second overtime as Class 3A No. 8 Iowa City West defeated fourth-ranked Cedar Rapids Prairie, 2-1, in a Mississippi Valley Conference game Monday night at John Wall Field. … [Read more...] about Golden goal by Micah Frisbie lifts 3A No. 8 Iowa City West boys’ soccer over No. 4 Prairie