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High School Sports

  • PVHS football coach steps aside for family

        HENDERSON — Rocky Schneider sat in his office at Prairie View High School Wednesday morning happy to see the end of the first semester in sight.
        About a half-hour before, the announcement had been made he wouldn’t be the school’s football coach next year. Schneider made it clear why that was the case.

  • Adams City swimmers hope to make gradual improvements

    COMMERCE CITY — The Adams City girls swim team will not measure success in wins this year but in having fun and making strides of improvements as the season splashes along.

  • Adams City streak hold off late Arvada surge

    COMMERCE CITY – In a game that featured six ties in the first half, the Adams City boys basketball team was able to pull away in the third quarter and hang on in the fourth for a victory against the Arvada Bulldogs Monday evening.

  • Area wrestlers head for Old Chicago/Northern Colorado Christmas tournament

    GREELEY – Prairie View and Brighton high schools are among the 57 teams represented at the 13th

    Old Chicago/Northern Colorado Christmas wrestling tournament.

           Action for the some 680 competitors begins at 8 a.m. Friday in Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion at the University of Northern Colorado. By the end of the day, the first three rounds of the championship bracket and the first four rounds of the consolation draw will be finished.

  • Prairie View knocks off Brighton in basketball rivalries

    HENDERSON -- Prairie View's basketball teams won the rivalry games against Brighton High School Saturday afternoon.

     

    Corey Reid scored 11 points to lead Prairie View past Brighton 47-31 Saturday afternoon in boys basketball. PVHS had a 30-11 lead at halftime and went on to the win. Noah Lopez and Phil Stierman added nine points.

    No stats were available for the Bulldogs. Their coach, Anthony Mitchell, sat his starters for the fourth quarter.

  • Prairie View’s experience shows in wrestling in over Adams City

    COMMERCE CITY – The Prairie View wrestling team featured experience and confidence, while Adams City is young and full of raw talent.

    The experience and confidence won.

     

    The ThunderHawks dominated from start to finish earning five pins en route to a 71-6 team victory over the Eagles.

    Adams City, small in size, got its lone victory of the night from Josiah Vigil at 113 pounds. After leading 4-0 after the first round, Vigil pinned Keynon Davis at 3:14.

  • Adams City bounces back and beats Douglas County

    AURORA – The Adams City Lady Eagles bounced back in a big way after their defeat from Gateway Tuesday.

     

    After enjoying a  day off, the girls hit the hardwood against the Douglas County Huskies Thursday, using a brilliant finish which helped them earn a 43-34 victory at the Grandview High School Invitational.

    Adams City improved to 2-3 overall this season, and is already one win shy of its win total from a season ago.

  • Lady Eagles drop Game 2 of Grandview tourney

    AURORA – The Adams City girl’s basketball team was in foul trouble for most of the game against the Gateway Lady Olympians, and it hurt them.

  • PVHS, Brighton lumped into new football conference next year

    AURORA – Anyone who thought it impossible that Brighton area schools would face Denver schools for conference titles will have to re-examine that premise.
        Pending approval from the Colorado High School Activities Association next month, Brighton and Prairie View high schools will play for football conference titles against Abraham Lincoln High School, among others, in the new class 5A Eastern Metro Athletic Conference.

  • PVHS wrestling brings increased optimism

    There isn’t a coach alive who isn’t excited about his team’s chances for a coming season.
        PVHS wrestling boss Jason Humphrey may have reason to be more optimistic than most, though.