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Today's Sports

  • French gets a different view of...

    ALAMOSA – Brighton girls basketball coach Jim French made his effort in the Colorado High School Coaches Association all-state games seem like another regular-season game.

    Between research, keen drafting and a draft board, French came up with a team that dominated its semifinal game June 8 at Alamosa High School by 34 points. His squad also won the title game the next afternoon.

  • Helwick may remember all-star...

    ALAMOSA – It would be hard for anyone to remember the wild – and weird finish – to the 2018 version of the Colorado High School Coaches Association all-star football game June 8 in Alamosa.

  • Cox clicks with her temporary...

    ALAMOSA – Alexis Cox of Eagle Ridge Academy was a happy young lady June 9 at the Colorado High School Coaches Association all-state girls volleyball tournament at Adams State University.

    Her ace in the second set pushed her team into a third set, and her team won the match, too.

    But that was only a small part of why she was so pleased.

  • Softball: Trujillo bows out with...

    ALAMOSA – Prairie View’s Brooklyn Trujillo took a slight detour June 6 and found herself at the Colorado High School Coaches Association all-state softball game at Adams State University.

    Shortly after she pitched three innings and struck out three – not to mention picking up a two-RBI single in the first inning – Trujillo was on her way to Steamboat Springs for a competitive tournament that started June 7.

  • Adams City scoreboard May 4

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  • State 5A track: Barrera takes...

     LAKEWOOD – Adams City sprinter Carlos Barrera's assessment of his performance in the state 5A 100-meter dash May 17 was short and sweet.

  • Soccer: Eagles' season...

    HIGHLANDS RANCH – Shaye Jones scored three times as Mountain Vista dispatched Adams City 10-0 in the first round of the girls state 5A soccer tournament May 8 at Shea Stadium.

    Wes Weaver scored twice in the second half. The Golden Eagles scored eight of their goals in the first 40 minutes of play. The state's 10-goal mercy rule stopped the game early in the second half.

    Kylee Love and Ella Wilson shared time in goal. Wilson had two saves, while Love came up with one. No stats were available for Adams City.

  • EMAC track wraps up May 5
  • Baseball: Field change doesn...
  • Soccer: Eagles come up short...

    Brighton blanked Adams City 3-0 in Commerce City April 28. It was Brighton's eighth straight win and the Eagles' second loss of the season.

    Paige Vogel, Tori Rydzeski and Kali Villalobos scored for Brighton.  Goalkeeper Mackenzie Byrnes recorded the shutout. She had three saves. Adams City goalie Suseth Zamora had eight saves.