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High School Sports

  • Becher EMAC softball coach of the year

        Prairie View’s softball coach, Brandin Becher, was the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference’s coach of the year this season.
        Jordan Wilson was the ThunderHawks’ lone selection to the roster of first-team, all-conference choices. Kristina Morben and Brianna Baldoni were second-team choices. Taylor Thomas earned an honorable-mention certificate.
        PVHS advanced to the regional round and finished with a record of 11-9.

  • Eagles' soccer run ends; Heritage wins 1-0 thriller in semifinals

        ENGLEWOOD – The best season in the history the Adams City High School soccer team ended in the semifinals of the 5Astate soccer playoffs with a narrow 1-0 loss to Heritage.
        Adams City, who was the home team on the scoreboard, finished its season with a 17-2-0 record. The 17 wins is the most ever in school history, and the semifinals appearance is the furthest that the program has gone.
        “It’s easy to be disappointed with the outcome of the game. But it hard to ignore the impact that these kids have had to our school and to our community,” second-year head coach Ramiro Loera said. “I couldn’t be more proud of the accomplishment that we have conquered.”

  • Eagles march into soccer semifinals

    COMMERCE CITY – No. 13-seeded Fort Collins was fresh off an upset victory against No. 4 ThunderRidge on the road. No. 5-seeded Adams City just put together its second-straight solid outing to begin playoff play.

  • PVHS lands postseason golf honors

    Prairie View’s Austin Umland and Phil Daniels were first-team, Eastern Metro Athletic Conference all-league selections this season.
        Umland tied for third in stroke average among the league golfers at 82.5. Daniels was fifth at 87.
        Julian Bernal and Andy Yang were second-team, all-league choices. Bernal’s stroke average was 89 per round, which was seventh-best in the conference. Yang averaged 91.5 strokes per 18 holes, which was 12th-best in the conference.

  • Loss dims Prairie View playoff hopes

    LAKEWOOD – Wheat Ridge may have put an end to Prairie View’s chances at its first postseason football berth Friday night.
        The Farmers scored the first 35 points and beat the ThunderHawks 42-20 at Trailblazer Stadium in a class 4A Mountain Plains contest.

  • Pawlak caps off best cross country season in PVHS school history

     

     

    Michael Hicks
    Special to MetroWest Newspapers

        AURORA – The sky was the limit for Alex Pawlak and why not. After all, the Prairie View cross country runner was coming off a second-place finish in the 5A Region 4 championships just one week after he won the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference title.

  • ThunderHawks, Bulldogs fall in volleyball districts

    Brian Miller
    Special to the Brighton Blade
     
        LAKEWOOD – Having split its two matches Friday evening in Class 5A District 4 tournament pool play, Prairie View’s volleyball team understood that it would have a tall order to face in host Lakewood.

  • Playoff soccer game postponed to Thursday

    COMMERCE CITY -- Today's playoff soccer game between Adams City and Fort Collins was postponed because of snow.

    It will be played at 4 p.m., Thursday, on the Eagles' field. The winner advances to Saturday's semifinals at Englewood High School against either Cherry Creek or Heritage. The semifinal round starts at 11 a.m.

  • Eagles gear up for soccer quarterfinals home-field matchup against Fort Collins

    COMMERCE CITY – Head coach Ramiro Loera feels strongly that his team is among the best in the state, and so far, his team is proving that.

  • Pawlak finishes 92nd in state 5A state cross country meet

    AURORA -- Prairie View's Alex Pawlak finished 92nd in the state 5A cross country meet Saturday at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds. He turned in a time of 17:41.18.