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High School Sports

  • Football league alignments set

     AURORA -- The football league alignments for the next two years are set.

    The Colorado High School's classification and reorganization committee and CHSAA's legislative council made the final approvals July 14.

    Adams City will be in the class 4A, Longs Peak League, along with Greeley West, Longmont, Loveland, Thompson Valley and Windsor high schools. The Eagles received permission from CHSAA to play down a classification for the next two years. Adams City was winless last year.

  • Adams City scoreboard

    Girls soccer

    Prairie View downed Adams City 5-1 April 29 at PVHS. Veronica Walker scored four goals for the ThunderHawks, and Gabrielle Luna added the other tally. Goalkeeper Haley Pachelo made six saves.

    No stats were available for the Eagles.

    Adams City closed out its season with a 4-0 home-field win against John F. Kennedy High School May 2. Adriana Vasquez scored twice for the Eagles. Tara Castillo and Lariza DeLaRosa also scored goals. Yulisa Munoz was in goal for Adams City, and she recorded 12 saves to post the shutout win.

  • PVHS scoreboard

    Girls soccer

    Prairie View downed Adams City 5-1 April 29 at PVHS. Veronica Walker scored four goals for the ThunderHawks, and Gabrielle Luna added the other tally. Goalkeeper Haley Pachelo made six saves.

    No stats were available for the Eagles.

     

    Baseball

    Prairie View beat Adams City 11-1 May 1 in Brighton.

  • Moving from preps to college a big adjustment for athletes

    Ask anyone who’s made the transition from high school to college, and they will tell you about the necessary adjustments.

    Even though creature comforts often make the trip to a dorm, some other staples of everyday living — an alarm clock, study habits, laundry duties and where to find food — make the trip, too.

  • PVHS all-conference track

    Here’s a list of the all-conference honorees for Prairie View High School’s track teams this spring.

    First team: Skyler Severance, high jump, state qualifier; Alek Anderson, 300-meter hurdles, state qualifier; RJ Ramirez, 100-meter dash

    Second team: Halley Lind, Kelsie Antcliff, Emily Schoneman and Melissa Mata, 4-by-100-meter relay; and Anderson, 100-meter hurdles.

  • All-conference baseball

    Prairie View’s Caleb Dameron and Brighton’s James Smith were co-players of the year in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference.

    Dameron broke the state stolen base record. Smith had an earned-run average of 2.38. In 50 innings of work, he struck out 55 batters.

  • BHS' White captures shot put title at state pentathlon

    BRIGHTON — Brighton’s Erika White captured the championship of the girls discus May 28 at the Colorado State Pentathlon at Brighton High School.

     

    Her top throw was 31 feet 3 1/4 inches.

    The Bulldogs’ Nick DeSplinter also turned in a top-10 effort in the high jump. He finished sixth with a best jump of 5-5 3/4.

    Prairie View’s top finisher was Bianca Asheim in the shot put. She took sixth with a best throw of 26-10 3/4.

  • Maynes plans to make adjustment before return engagement at state golf tournament

    LITTLETON — They say golf is a very unforgiving game, and Prairie View’s Sirena Maynes may be one of the more recent subscribers to that belief.

     

    Maynes, who has been playing competitive golf for three years, ran into a string of bad luck on the first few holes of the state 5A golf tournament May 19 and 20, and her luck never improved.

    She finished the tournament in 83rd place.

     

  • State soccer draw sends Prairie View to Rock Canyon

    AURORA -- Prairie View’s girls soccer team drew the 31st seed in the state 5A playoffs and will face second-seeded Rock Canyon in the opening round May 6. The game is set for 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Shea Stadium, 3270 Redstone Park Circle in Highlands Ranch.

  • Eagles 4-by-800-meter relay team takes 3rd at Last Chance meet

    Adams City’s 4-by-800-meter relay team finished third at Saturday’s Last Chance track meet at Mountain Range High School.

     

    Jessica Flores joined Ines Alverez, Johanna Cruz and Lizbeth Mercado to finish in a time of 11:35.79.

    Selena Figueroa turned in the top individual finish for the ACHS girls team Saturday. Her third-place effort came in the long jump with a best effort of 15-5 ¾.