Gateway High School
Zach Golditch is a new member of the Colorado State University football team which is especially impressive since it’s only been a year since he was shot in the neck at the Aurora Theaters.
One player’s story of accomplishment and resilience is truly special as many high school athletes made college commitments on National Signing Day.
Sunday was a day for football across America, and those who tuned in to CBS prior to the start of the Super Bowl saw a moving story about a high school in Aurora that was deeply affected by last year’s movie theater shooting.
The Denver Nuggets hit the hardwood at Gateway High School in Aurora on Wednesday.
The Aurora School District is offering to help students sort through often conflicting emotions in the aftermath of last month’s theater shooting.
More theater shooting victims were laid to rest on Friday, including Alexander “AJ” Boik, who was just 18 years old.
As 12 families are grieving the loss of their loved ones and many more remained hospitalized, a vigil was held at Aurora’s Gateway High School Saturday evening and another large vigil is planned for Sunday evening.
A Colorado State University football recruit and a former Winona State football player were among dozens of people wounded at a movie complex where a gunman opened fire during a midnight showing of the new Batman film.
Zack Golditch says getting shot in the neck during the mass shooting in Aurora during a movie early Friday morning is not going to slow his football career down, at least not by much.