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High School Sports

  • Freshman QB doesn’t squander first varsity experience

     

    Jonathan Maness

    Sports Correspondent

     

    COMMERCE CITY — Estevon Garcia found out hours before Adams City’s final home game that he was going to play in his first varsity game, and the young quarterback didn’t let the opportunity pass him by. 

  • Postseason honors for ACHS softball

    Three members of the Adams City earned all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this season.

    Ariel Baca was a first-team choice. Sierra Gutierrez and Savannah Kutek earned spots on the second team. Adams City finished 8-10 this season, 5-4 in the EMAC.

     

  • Prairie View all-conference softball honors

    Prairie View’s Taylor Thomas, Margarita Sena, Julianna Alvarado and Brooklyn Trujillo were first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference softball selections this season. 

    Sirena Maynes was a second-team choice. 

    The T-Hawks finished second in the EMAC standings and lost in the regional tournament in Brighton.

  • Football: Prairie View keeps Superintendents Cup for a second year

    BRIGHTON -- RJ Ramirez scored two touchdowns in the first half, and Ben Meraz threw touchdown passes to Tavish Whelan and Zach Peterson to lead Prairie View to a 47-12 win over Brighton in the annual Superintendents Cup game.

    The cup stayed with the T-Hawks for a second straight season.

  • Adams City scoreboard

    Football

    Loveland beat Adams City 41-7 in the Eagles' home finale Oct. 24.

    The Indians used 164 passing yards and 112 more on the ground from Ayden Eberhart to pick up the win. Jacob Weinmaster scored two rushing TDs for Loveland.

    ACHS freshman quarterback Estevon Garcia threw his first varsity TD pass to account for Adams City's points.

    ACHS travels to Windsor for the regular-season finale. It stars at 7 p.m., Oct. 31.

  • PVHS scoreboard

    Volleyball

    Prairie View had 12 kills and two aces from Lexi Kite and 11 more kills from Lauren Gonzales in its 25-11, 15-25, 25-22, 25-23 win at Rangeview. Bianca Asheim and Serena Bruin had five blocks at the net.

  • ACHS sports schedules fall 2014

     Adams City

     

    Softball

    @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

  • Prairie View, Brighton make state 5A football field

    AURORA -- Prairie View (8-1 this season) and Brighton (4-5) high schools earned spots in the state 5A football playoffs. The first-round games are Halloween weekend. 

  • State soccer: Boulder scores late, nips Adams City

    BOULDER -- Le Roy Alphonse scored the winning goal with 17 minutes to play as Boulder slipped past Adams City 2-1 in the opening round of the state 5A soccer playoffs Oct. 23 on the Panthers' field.

    Alphonse got the game-winner after the Eagles couldn't clear the ball out of their defensive end. 

    Adrian Morales scored for the Eagles in the third minute of the game. Quinn Liebmann got the equalizer on a free kick in the 20th minute.

  • Volleyball: PVHS volleyball team hosts Pink-Out Game

    HENDERSON — The Prairie View High School volleyball team is hosting its annual Pink-Out game at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.