High School Sports

  • Golf: ACHS shut out of state 5A tournament

    DENVER – No one from the Adams City boys golf team will be competing in the state 5A tournament in Grand Junction next week.

    The team medalist for the Eagles was Aaron Montoya. He finished with a 21-over 93. Josh Zade finished with a 110. Jaden Coates fired a 137, and Julian Vasquez finished the tournament with a 140.

    The regional tournament was at City Park Golf Course.




  • Softball: Westminster beats Eagles in six innings

    Westminster downed Adams City 12-2 in six innings of their Eastern Metro Athletic Conference game Sept. 13 in Commerce City.

    The state's mercy rule caused the game to come to a halt early.

    Desiree Adams drove in Adams City's runs with a triple in the third inning.

  • Adams City scoreboard Sept. 28


     Jesus Dorado scored the game's only goal in the second half as Aurora Central nipped Adams City 1-0 in Aurora Sept. 27.

    No stats were available for the Eagles. Aurora Central goalie Johnny Mendez made three saves to record the shutout.


    Adams City outslugged Rangeview 17-9 in Aurora Sept. 27. The win brings the Eagles' record to 7-7 this season.

    Seanaray Pacheco had two RBIs, while Yamilet Corral had three hits. No stats were available for the Eagles.

  • Adams City HS athletic schedule Sept. 29

    Here is today's sports schedule – 

    Softball: Adams City @ Northglenn, 4 p.m.

    Soccer: Thornton @ Adams City, 6 p.m.

  • Soccer: Adams City tops T-Hawks

    Adams City used two goals early in the second half to hold off Prairie View 3-1 in Eastern Metro Athletic Conference play Sept. 22.

    The Eagles' Jonathan Ordaz converted a penalty kick and picked up another tally from Antonio Calderon within the first four minutes of the second half.

    "It was a hard-fought game on both sides," ACHS coach Kyle Lauchmen said. "They stuck to the game plan. We built off our possession. Those quick goals at the start of the second half bolstered our win."

  • Football: Vista Peak beats Eagles

    AURORA -- No matter how you sliced it, it was not a good day for Adams City's football team when it faced Vista Peak Sept. 17.

    The Bison rolled to a 56-16 win in back of Derrick Smashum, who ran for one touchdown and threw for three others in the first half.

    Alex Marquez accounted for both Eagles' touchdowns. He ran 33 yards in the first quarter for a score, and he was on the receiving end of a 57-yard TD pass from Liban Shongolo late in the fourth quarter.

  • Football: Gators blank Adams City in Eagles' home opener

    Standley Lake took advantage of five Adams City turnovers and went on to a 34-0 win in Commerce City Sept. 9. It was the Eagles' home opener.

    SLHS quarterback Jake Foutz and Tyler Williams combined on a pair of scoring passes. Foutz also threw a 5-yard scoring toss to Austin Moore. Williams also returned an interception 98 yards for a TD.

  • Golf: Montoya takes top-10 finish at EMAC major

    AURORA – Adams City's Aaron Montoya fired a 15-over 87 in the second of two Eastern Metro Athletic Conference major tournaments at Aurora Hills Golf Course Sept. 8. He finished 10th in the field.

    Montoya's round included four pars and a birdie on the par-3 17th hole.

    Josh Zade finished the round at 32-over 104 to take 30th in the field. His two pars were on the 16th and fourth holes, which were his first and seventh holes of the tournament, respectively, because of the use of a shotgun start.

  • Volleyball: Alameda takes season-opener from Adams City

    LAKEWOOD – Alameda turned back Adams City25-16, 20-25, 25-23, 25-16 in the Eagles' season-opening volleyball match Aug. 31 in the Pirates' gym.

    Mechelle Guzman led the Pirates offense with 10 kills. Briana Lopez was next with four.

    No stats were available for ACHS.

    Green Mountain beat the Eagles in the Regis Jesuit tournament Sept. 2 by scores of 25-6, 25-9, 25-3. Alexis LaLiberte had six kills for the Rams. No stats were available for Adams City.

  • Softball: Adams City rallies for season-opening win

    Sierra Gutierez hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning to lift Adams City to a come-from-behind, 10-7 win against Overland Aug. 23. It was the season-opener for both teams.

    Overland took advantage of errors for a 4-0 lead. Veronica Adams tied the game in the fourth inning with an RBI single.

    Three Trailblazers' runners were thrown out at the plate in the span of two innings. Two of those outs came on the last play of the fifth inning.

    Jordyn Staley threw a complete game for the Eagles and picked up the win.