High School Sports

  • Adams City scoreboard


    The Aug. 26 game between Adams City and George Washington was rained out and rescheduled for 4 p.m., Sept. 22, at GW.

    Weather permitting, the Eagles are due to play at Lincoln at 4 p.m. Then it's off to the Don McCall tournament in Castle Rock over the weekend.


  • PVHS scoreboard

    Girls soccer

    Prairie View downed Adams City 5-1 April 29 at PVHS. Veronica Walker scored four goals for the ThunderHawks, and Gabrielle Luna added the other tally. Goalkeeper Haley Pachelo made six saves.

    No stats were available for the Eagles.



    Prairie View beat Adams City 11-1 May 1 in Brighton.

  • ACHS sports schedules fall 2014

     Adams City



    @G. Washington 4 p.m. Aug. 26

    @Lincoln 4 p.m. Aug. 27

    @DougCo tourney Aug. 29-30

    @Gateway 4 p.m. Sept. 4

    @Rangeview 4 p.m. Sept. 9

  • T-Hawks claim 1st EMAC major golf tourney title

    AURORA — Prairie View won the first Eastern Metro Athletic Conference major golf tournament of the season Aug. 14 at Murphy Creek Golf Course in Aurora.

    PVHS’ Hunter Nicholas won the event with a 78. Andy Yang, who played in the No. 2 spot, finished tied for second with a 79. Taron Ford, who took Yang’s place this week in the No. 1 position, shot an 88. Justin Cutler had a 90, and Diego Nolasco carded a 93.

    The ThunderHawks shot a combined score (top three scores counted) of 245. 

  • Ex-PVHS softball coach takes reins at Peak to Peak

    LAFAYETTE — Brandin Becher, the former softball coach at Prairie View High School, is the new softball coach at Peak to Peak High School.

    He replaces Erika Trujillo, who was the coach of the team for one season.

    Becher was the first coach for the ThunderHawks softball program. In his seven seasons, PVHS was 61-75. He stepped down after the 2012 season.

    Becher remains at PVHS as a physical education teacher.

  • PVHS fall sports parent meeting Aug. 12

    Prairie View High School’s fall sports parent meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 12 in the main gym. Parents of athletes participating in fall sports are required to attend. Call 303-655-8800 with questions.

  • Youth volleyball

    Register for Commerce City’s youth volleyball program at the Commerce City Recreation Center, 6060 Parkway Drive.

    The program helps develop basic skills in the sport while promoting teamwork and sportsmanship. Participants meet twice a week for practice. Tournaments are Saturdays at locations around the Denver area.

    Call 303-289-3760 with questions.

  • Football league alignments set

     AURORA -- The football league alignments for the next two years are set.

    The Colorado High School's classification and reorganization committee and CHSAA's legislative council made the final approvals July 14.

    Adams City will be in the class 4A, Longs Peak League, along with Greeley West, Longmont, Loveland, Thompson Valley and Windsor high schools. The Eagles received permission from CHSAA to play down a classification for the next two years. Adams City was winless last year.

  • Moving from preps to college a big adjustment for athletes

    Ask anyone who’s made the transition from high school to college, and they will tell you about the necessary adjustments.

    Even though creature comforts often make the trip to a dorm, some other staples of everyday living — an alarm clock, study habits, laundry duties and where to find food — make the trip, too.

  • PVHS all-conference track

    Here’s a list of the all-conference honorees for Prairie View High School’s track teams this spring.

    First team: Skyler Severance, high jump, state qualifier; Alek Anderson, 300-meter hurdles, state qualifier; RJ Ramirez, 100-meter dash

    Second team: Halley Lind, Kelsie Antcliff, Emily Schoneman and Melissa Mata, 4-by-100-meter relay; and Anderson, 100-meter hurdles.