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High School Sports

  • Matinee start for PVHS-BHS basketball rivalry

        The Dec. 11 basketball doubleheader between Brighton and Prairie View high schools starts a little earlier than usual.
        The boys game starts at 1:30 p.m., and the girls follow at 3 p.m. because of Brighton’s Parade of Lights and its use of the BHS parking lot as the end of the parade route.

  • Correction

        Incorrect information was printed about the number of wild-card points for Prairie View High School’s football team in the Nov. 9 edition of the Commerce City Sentinel Express.
        The ThunderHawks finished 17th in the wild-card standings, just 0.8 of a point away from qualifying for their first state playoff berth.
        MetroWest Newspapers regrets the error and the inconvenience.

  • PVHS Senior Night
  • College volleyball

        BOULDER – Emily Alexis, former Prairie View High School volleyball standout, tore her ACL during a tournament in March and didn’t play for the University of Colorado this year.
      

  • PVHS cross country all-conference

    Alex Pawlak of Prairie View High School earned first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this season.

  • PVHS all-conference soccer players

    Scott Karl, Tristan Sorenson and Diego Guerrero of Prairie View earned first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors this season.
        Honorable-mention recipients were seniors Alex Rosas and Nick Call and sophomores Alan Carrillo and Julio Sanchez.

  • PVHS all-conference softball players

    Prairie View's Kaylen Gray and Jordan Wilson earned first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference honors in softball this season. Kasey Smith was a second-team selection.
        The ThunderHawks won the 4A portion of the EMAC title and advanced to the district tournament.

  • PVHS finishes its first winning season

    The Prairie View ThunderHawks’ season is over. But the ‘Hawks went out soaring Friday night, defeating Golden 21-10 and finishing the season with the first winning record in the school’s history.

  • PVHS loses playoff hopes

    The Prairie View ThunderHawks are guaranteed only one more game. This Friday the ‘Hawks face off with Golden in the final game of the season. Game time is 7 p.m. in Henderson.

  • Prairie View falls in district tournament

    HENDERSON – Prairie View High had a promising start and a home field advantage Saturday for the district tournament but fell a game shy of moving on to regionals.
        The ThunderHawks advanced past the first two rounds of the district tournament by defeating Heritage and Pomona in pool play.  PVHS won every set against Heritage, scoring 25-14, 25-17 and 25-23.  Sophomore Ciera Borho led the team with 12 kills and 26 total attacks at the net.