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Today's Sports

  • Eagles get back to work after...

               In the world of high-school sports, there’s no time to rest these days.

                Not even for a team that made its first state tournament appearance since 2004.

  • Girls soccer: Northglenn blanks...
  • Adams City scoreboard April 14

    Girls golf

    WESTMINSTER -- Pamolma Osorio of Adams City turned in her team's best score at the Willie DiLoreto Memorial Invitational tournament at The Ranch April 8. She fired a 59-over total of 130.

    Bryonna Mullaney was 112th in the field after her total of 140. Jayanti Jones finished with a 75-over total of 146, which put her in 119th place. ACHS was 27th in the team standings.

    Track and field

  • Brotherly advice sends Harris to...

     Cameron Harris spends much of his days in high school shuttling between the school he attends, Eagle Ridge Academy, and the school for which he runs track, Brighton High School.

    Next year will be a big change for him in more ways than one. Harris will be running track for just one school -- the U.S. Air Force Academy. He signed a letter of intent during a March 19 ceremony at ERA.

  • ERA’s Ranzinger casts her soccer...

     At first, Eagle Ridge Academy soccer player Annalysa Ranzinger wasn’t going to continue in her chosen sport next year.

    As it turned out, the only school she talked to – Bethel College in Kansas – is the place where she’s going to go for more education.

    And more soccer.

  • PVHS grad lands her first head...

     Prairie View grad Jocelyn Garcia is moving up the bench at the University of Arkansas-Monticello.

    She’s the NCAA Division II squad’s new head women’s volleyball coach.

    “This opportunity is far more exciting than scary,” she said. “It is my first head coaching job, so naturally there are some nerves that comes with. But I am ready to go.”

  • 'I know hard work pays off...

     PUEBLO –This story starts at the end.

    Former Prairie View multisport athlete RJ Ramirez won the 60-meter dash in 6.87 seconds at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference indoor track-and-field meet late last month. He also earned first-team, all-RMAC honors.

    Ramirez, who is a sophomore at Colorado State Pueblo, almost didn’t make it to the track team, much less the podium. He’s had some stomach issues in 2017 that are under control. He also tore an ACL in 2016.

  • State 5A wrestling: Salazar...

    DENVER – It was little wonder that Adams City's Marquez Salazar looked a little worn out after his semifinal win over Legacy's Grady Funk Feb. 22.

  • State 5A wrestling: Adams City...

     DENVER – Josh Deaguero's three wins at the state wrestling tournament were enough to get him into the finals against Grandview's Fabian Santillan tonight.

    Then there's the matter of the types of wins the Adams City junior picked up on his way to the finals.

    Deaguero had three major decisions in his three wins. The closest was against Max Brobson of Fort Collins. The one that propelled him into the finals was a dominant, 11-2 decision over Poudre's Alex Alvarez, the second seed in the weight class.

  • State 5A wrestling: Adams City...

     DENVER – A few minutes after Adams City's Marquez Salazar won the state 5A 160-pound championship at Pepsi Center Feb. 23, he wanted to cry.

    "It hasn't sunk in," Salazar said. "I want to cry, but I can't. I want to cry because it's all worth it, all the hard work I've put in the past three years finally paid off. I can't cry. I can't really talk right now. My emotions don't want to let it out. Maybe it's because it hasn't sunk in."