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High School Sports

  • Severance claims high-jump title at Ram Charger Invite

    LAkEWOOD -- Skyler Severance won the boys high jump at the Ram Charger Invite April 25 at Jeffco Stadium. His top height was 6 feet 2 inches.

    Rj Ramirez took third place in the boys 100-meter dash. Ramirez turned in a time of 11.25 seconds. Donovan Otero wound up third in the 400-meter run, posting a time of 51.71 seconds. Tavish Whelan was third in the 300-meter hurdles, where his time was 41.5.

  • Adams City swim schedule changes

    COMMERCE CITY -- Two changes to the Adams City boys swimming schedule were announced April 22.

    The Eagles' home meet against Northglenn was moved to 4 p.m., April 22. Also, the April 25 home swim meet against Pueblo Centennial starts at 9 a.m.

  • Adams City reschedules taking shape

    COMMERCE CITY -- After the snow comes a trove of make-up games.

    The tennis team's match at Gateway is to be made up at 4 p.m. April 20. The Eagles' golf match (Gateway High School is the host) is set for 11 a.m., April 20 at Meadow Hills Golf Course in Aurora. The girls soccer game against Aurora Central is to be played April 24 in Commerce City. 

    Adams City's non-league soccer game with Nederland won't be made up.

  • Dates for Colorado prep baseball championship stay put

    AURORA — Those hoping to play the state baseball championships later in the season will have to try again.

    The legislative council of the Colorado High School Activities Association turned down a proposal April 16 to push the playoffs back by one week.

  • Colorado football staying at six classifications

    AURORA — The Colorado High School Activities Association’s Legislative Council turned down a plan to add a seventh classification of football teams April 16.

    The margin was better than 3-to-1.

  • Last-minute choice nets Kite more volleyball

    BRIGHTON — Prairie View’s Lexi Kite liked the environment of McPherson (Kan.) College. She liked her new volleyball teammates and her new coach.

    But she almost ran out of time to meet her prospective new coach and, thus, sign a college volleyball letter of intent. She put all the pieces together and signed on with the Bulldogs April 15.

  • Northglenn girls slip past Adams City on the pitch

    THORNTON — The Adams City Lady Eagles stood stride for stride for the first half of their April 9 match versus Northglenn.

    Despite the cold evening air, both teams were able to heat up early in the match, with three combined goals scored in the first half — all the scoring that would be seen as the Norse secured a 2-1 win over Adams City.

  • Eli Deaguero set to continue wrestling career at Northern Colorado

    COMMERCE CITY — A lack of a scholarship isn’t keeping Adams City’s Eli Deaguero from pursuing a chance at an NCAA Division I wrestling stop.

    Deaguero, who qualified for the state wrestling tournament at 138 pounds this season, is planning to join the wrestling squad at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

  • Adams City freshman shines at Rebel Roundup track meet

    KEENESBURG -- Adams City freshman Jacob Amador continued his strong season at the seventh annual Weld Central Rebel Roundup April 10.

    Amador won the 400-meter dash in a time of 52.12 seconds. He cut 0.38 of a second off his fastest time of the season in the event and is about 0.8 of a second away from a state track meet slot, pending results of other meets over the weekend

  • Coaches: Impact of new Colorado prep football rules will vary

    AURORA — The decision to cut the number of available quarters for high school football players may not mean a lot to area varsity programs.

    In January, the Colorado High School Activities Association decided to cap the number of quarters of play during a 10-game season to 52. It used to be 56.