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High School Sports

  • 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.

  • Football: ACHS tumbles in wild-card point standings

    AURORA -- Adams City is in 27th place in the first round of class 4A football wild-card point standings.

    Sixteen teams will make the class 4A playoffs early next month. A week ago. ACHS was in 21st place.

    The Eagles (4-4 so far this season) have 69.625 points, which is 10 points in back of John F. Kennedy High School, which holds down the 16th spot in the polls. Adams City hosts Loveland at 7 p.m., Oct. 24.

  • PVHS steps outside volleyball conference for three-set victory

    BRIGHTON — Prairie View’s volleyball team cruised to a 25-16, 25-16, 25-22 home-floor win against Fruita Monument Oct. 10.

    Lexi Kite led the charge at the net with 10 kills. Serena Bruin and Kelsie Antcliff had seven. Lauren Gonzales added six. Bianca Asheim Antcliff, Bruin and Kite had a block. Macy Thomas recorded 26 assists, and Antcliff had the only two aces for the T-Hawks.

  • 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.

  • Adams City scoreboard

    Volleyball

    Thornton tripped up Adams City 25-17, 25-11, 26-16 in Commerce City Oct. 14.

     Soccer

    Adams City shut out Brighton 2-nil in Commerce City Oct. 14.

    Adan Varela and Adrian Morales scored the Eagles' goals. Goaltenders Ernesto Galvan and Ricardo Chavez split the time in the nets. Each recorded a save.

    Brighton's Enrique Salgado had seven saves in goal.

    Football

  • PVHS scoreboard

     Volleyball

    Prairie View dispatched Adams City 25-6, 25-9, 25-10 Oct. 7 in Commerce City. Serena Bruin and Lexi Kite led the PVHS offense with seven kills. Lauren Gonzales added five, and Kelsie Antcliff chipped in with four. Macy Thomas had 12 aces. Antcliff added 10. Bianca Asheim had six aces. Antcliff had five.

    No stats were available for the Eagles.

  • 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

  • Soccer: Eagles getting some attention in state polls

    AURORA -- Adams City's boys soccer team is starting to get some notice around the state.

    This week's chsaanow.com state 5A media soccer poll gave the Eagles nine points to join the top 10 teams in the state. It wasn't quite enough to make the top 10, though. 

    The poll includes Rock Canyon, Smoky Hill, Boulder, Pine Creek, Columbine, Mountain Vista, Doherty, Broomfield, legend and Grandview high schools.

    The Eagles (8-3, 3-2) host Thornton at 7 p.m., Oct. 7.

  • Softball: Lady Eagles wrap up fourth place in EMAC

    Adams City put together its best softball season since 2011 and 2012. The Eagles finished 8-10, 5-4 in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference. ACHS and Northglenn tied for fourth in the conference. The top three finishers qualified for this weekend’s regional playoffs.

  • Football: Adams City wins late

    AURORA -- Adams City needed a 31-yard field goal from Humberto Gonzales to beat Aurora Central 24-21 at Aurora Public Schools Stadium Sept. 26.

    The Eagles' winning drive started after a 9-yard punt from Aurora Central. Antonio Scott ran five times for 23 yards before Gonzales came on for the game-winning three-pointer.

    Adams City still had to survive almost two more minutes after the winning kick. Joseph Gonzales stepped in front of an Aurora Central pass with a minute to play to seal the win.