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High School Sports

  • Rams pay a visit to Commerce City

     

     

    Jonathan Maness

    Sports correspondent

     

    COMMERCE CITY — The Colorado State University football team has become one of the great stories in college football. 

    Led by head coach Jim McElwain,  the Rams have gone from a three-win squad to winning the Gilan New Mexico Bowl 48-45 in impressive fashion in 2013. 

  • Eagles staying together down the stretch

    COMMERCE CITY — The season has not gone the way the Adams City baseball team hoped for, but it remains optimistic entering the final few games of the season.

    Entering play this week, the Eagles were 1-12 overall. The lone win came against Hinkley by a score of 14-7, thanks in part to the team’s explosion for seven runs in the opening frame.

    Despite the setbacks, the team has held its head high.

     

  • Esparza claims third place in 200-meters at Max Marr meet

    BERTHOUD -- Adams City's Raymundo Esparza captured third place in the 200-meter dash at the Max Marr Spartan Classic in Berthoud April 12. His time was 23.29 seconds.

     

    Jozef McClure was sixth in the high jump at 5 feet 9 inches. Albert Santiago was seventh in the 3,200-meter run, where his time was 10:57.26.

    The top individual girls finisher was Jasmine Folsom, who finished the 1,600-meter run in a time of 6:22.54. She finished 26th.

  • Girls soccer: Hinkley slips past Adams City in OT

     

     

    Narelle Crist

    Sports correspondent

    Adams City’s girls’ soccer team suffered a heartbreaking, 2-1 overtime loss to Hinkley High School April 7, bringing the Eagles' season record to 3-3-1.

     

  • R.J. Ramirez gets double in Mountain Range track meet Saturday

    WESTMINSTER — Prairie View’s RJ Ramirez won the 100-meter dash at Saturday’s Mountain Range Mustang Invitational meet. His time was 11.13 seconds.

     

    He also took second place in the 200- meters, where his posted time was 22.75.

  • Adams City scoreboard

    Baseball

    Adams City scored seven times in the first inning and went on to beat Hinkley 14-7 April 8. It was the Eagles' first win of the season.

    Narcisco Quezada and Israel Munoz had three hits. Jacob Rodriguez had two hits, including a home run, and three RBIs for the Eagles. Johnny Basquez also homered for Adams City.

    No stats were available for the Thunderbirds.

    Northglenn walloped Adams City 26-0 April 10 on the Norse's field. No stats were available for either team.

    Girls soccer

  • PVHS scoreboard

     Girls tennis

    Prairie View blanked Aurora Central 7-0 April 8 in Brighton.

    Kendal Smith, Sydney McKinney and Destiny Montoya won their singles matches. The doubles teams of Molli Nava and Kathy Lor, Savannah Garcia and Tiffany Smith, Arianna Bruno and Raquel Townsend and Katherine Fasbender and Payton Kamm also came out victorious. All seven matches went the minimum two sets.

    Legacy stopped Prairie View 5-2 April 4 in Broomfield.

  • Snow gets the better of ACHS schedules

    COMMERCE CITY -- Snow and cold interrupted the April 3 prep sports calendar at Adams City High School.

    The Eagles' baseball game at Gateway was postponed. No make-up date was announced. So was Adams City's tennis match at Hinkley. It was rescheduled for 4 p.m., April 4.

    Adams City's soccer match against Hinkley was called off. It's to be made up at 6 p.m., April 4. The Eagles' tennis match at Hinkley was rescheduled for 4 p.m., April 4.

  • Youthful Adams City girls soccer team looking to build itself up

     Anthony Arroyo

    Sports correspondent

     

    COMMERCE CITY — Elizabeth Westcott enters her seventh year guiding the Adams City girls soccer team, one of the younger teams she has had to deal with in quite some time.

  • New faces in charge of ACHS track program

    COMMERCE CITY — The track and field program at Adams City is under new supervision this spring. Matt Williams and Kyle O’Brien will take over the boys and girls programs this year. 

     

    Williams comes to Adams City after coaching at Fort Lupton Middle School for the last three seasons. O’Brien comes to Adams City after taking over the cross country team in the fall. He is also a two-time NCAA Division III All-American in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.