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High School Sports

  • From ThunderHawks to the Runnin’ Lopes

    For a minimum two years, Prairie View’s Jazmin Neal has the chance to continue her softball career.

    Neal signed her letter of intent to play at Lamar Community College. The Nov. 15 ceremony was at Prairie View High School.

    “It was the perfect place for me. It was small. It was what I wanted,” she said. “It gives me an opportunity to show what I have.”

    There were other schools that wanted Neal’s services.

  • Brown settles in to new job

    DENVER – Former Adams City athletic director Damian Brown approves of his seven-mile move for his new post with the Far Northeast Warriors.

    “When I came here, it was a blessing,” he said. “The school is amazing. Adams City prepared me more so to take on the role I have now. The mistakes I made helped me learn not to make the same ones.”

  • 'Meet the Eagles' Nov. 29

    The chance to meet the winter sports teams at Adams City High School starts at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 29, in the Eagles Nest Gym.

    The school fields teams in boys and girls basketball, wrestling and girls swimming. It also offers a cheerleading program.

    In addition to meeting the various teams, the four teams will be involved in intrasquad scrimmages. The wrestling team starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Ruby Miller Gym. The basketball teams start at 6:30 p.m., and the swim team begins in the school pool at 5 p.m.

  • Softball all-conference

    Four members of the Adams City softball team earned all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this season.

    Marissa Peralez and Domonique Contreras were first-team choices. Jordyn Staley was a second- team pick, and Alejandra Pena was an honorable-mention recipient.

  • Volleyball all-conference

    Adams City players Jennifer Zarate and Lil Valdez earned honorable mention, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors for their efforts this volleyball season.

  • Basketball season coming quick
  • Academic awards

    Three members of the Adams City cross country team earned academic all-conference recognition.

    Jennifer Carrillo and Johnathan Meyers were first-team selections from the Colorado High School Activities Association and received all-academic honors from the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference. Thomas Olson earned honorable-mention recognition from CHSAA.

     

  • Eagles’ football season ends with a loss

     

    Jonathan Maness

    Sports Correspondent

    COMMERCE CITY – It has been a roller-coaster season for the Adams City football team, and Nov. 4’s season finale was no different. 

    The Eagles jumped out to an early 14-0 lead but couldn’t hold off the high-powered Dakota Ridge squad, which got the victory 52-27. 

  • Eagles respond to changes, earn second win of the season

    Jonathan Maness
    Sports Correspondent
    GOLDEN –
    Adams City football team made some changes, and they paid off Friday night.
    The Eagles promoted offensive coordinator Jesse Jones to head coach, and under Jones’ leadership ACHS responded by beating Golden 27-13 to get its second win of the season.

  • Soccer: Eagles breeze to win over Brighton

    Adams City scored four times in the first half and rolled to a 7-0, home-field win against Brighton Oct. 13.

    Cesar Salazar, Elvis Mena, Uriel Fraire, Gabriel Fabela, Francisco Cigarroa and Antonio Calderon scored for the Eagles. Brighton added an own goal. Ricardo Chavez-Barron was the ACHS goalkeeper, and he had just one save.

    No stats were available for BHS.