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Student-athlete spotlight: Cherry Creek, Mountain Vista tennis players see success

It took some time for Lauren Hayes to adjust to playing in Colorado’s higher elevation, but the Hill twins have been playing doubles together for so long they can adapt quickly. Hayes, a sophomore …
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League classification moves forward

Prairie View High School’s boys and girls basketball teams are going to play in the state’s newest classification starting in 2022. The Colorado High School Activities …
Frederick's Mackenzie Sais, right, attempts to reach second base as Loveland's Laynee Case fields the throw during the teams' Sept. 18 non-league game in Frederick.

SLIDES: Loveland escapes Frederick with softball win

Loveland outslugged the Warriors 17-14 in Frederick Sept. 18. The two teams combined for 25 runs over the last 2 1/2 innings of the game. Bella Hewitt had two hits and drove in four runs. Ali …

Football: Neighborhood incident halts Adams City's game

AURORA -- The Colorado High School Activities Association is expected to decide today whether to continue a suspended football game between Aurora Central and Adams City high schools. Local media …
Adams City’s Emmanuel Alvarez collides with Pomona’s Jack Sawaged during a non-league match in Commerce City Sept. 15. Adams City used a pair of goals from Efrain Vidana in the second half to beat the Panthers 2-0. Goalkeeper Adrian Arriaga recorded the shutout and registered four saves. Adams City unleashed 15 shots at Pomona goalkeeper Daniel Korowajski. He made 13 saves.The Eagles won six of their first seven matches. They return to action at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21, at home against Northglenn.

A ballet of bodies and a soccer ball

Adams City’s Emmanuel Alvarez collides with Pomona’s Jack Sawaged during a non-league match in Commerce City Sept. 15. Adams City used a pair of goals from Efrain Vidana in the second …

Daniel Long of Adams City blasts his way out of a first-hole bunker during the EMAC major (all-school) golf tournament in Westminster Sept. 14.Long was the team medalist for the Eagles with his 97. TJ Moffitt fired a 145, and Jace Long carded a 147. The Eagles finished fifth in the league's season standings.

EMAC golf: Daniel Long is Adams City's team medalist at second all-school meet

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During the Colorado chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame awards dinner Sept. 11, Fort Lupton alum Dean Abeyta received a special merit award for his contributions to the wrestling community.

National Wrestling Hall of Fame salutes FLHS wrestling alum

Tonight Mr. Dean Abeyta a Fort Lupton Wrestling Alumni was honored at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame awards dinner with a Special Merit Award for all he does for the wrestling …
Stargate's Stephanie Millmore prepares to smack one over the net against the defense of Fort Lupton's Jessica Davila Cortes, Emiko OHkawa (15) and Neveah Gonzales (8) during a non-conference match in Fort Lupton Aug. 26. The Eagles won in five sets.

Volleyball: Stargate wins five-set thriller from Fort Lupton

It was the sort of match that deserved to go five sets. And that's exactly what Fort Lupton High School and Stargate School did Aug. 26 in the Bluedevils' gym. The Eagles won 25-23, 20-25, 28-26, …

Softball: Hudson throws no-hitter as Horizon blanks Northglenn

Hadley Hudson threw a no-hitter against Northglenn Aug. 17 as the Lightning beat the Norse 16-0 in three innings. Hudson  struck out four of the nine batters she faced. The Lightning backed …

State 4A baseball: Ponderosa splits with Holy Family, wins state title

PUEBLO Holy Family kept its season alive with a 10-4 win over the Mustangs in the first game of the doubleheader. The Tigers scored their 10 runs over their last five turns at bat. Cord …

From left, Paige Beiringer (softball, Southeast Community College), Gerardo Caldera (football, Waldorf University), Yoseline Hernandez (soccer, Western Nebraska Community College) and Yasmin Rojas Rivera (soccer, Western Nebraska Community College)

Adams City sends four to world of college athletics

Four Adams City High School athletes put pen to paper and will move on to college-level athletics this fall. The four were Paige Beiringer (softball, Southeast Community College), Gerardo Caldera …
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