Today's Sports

  • Track meet still on

    GREELEY – Despite this week's blizzard, the Greeley Invitational track meet at District 6 Stadium at Northridge High School is still on.

    Frederick track coach Thad Lear said the meet would begin at 11 a.m. All heats will be contested. However, the place-winners will be determined by the times recorded during the heats. There will not be an extra race to determine the place-winners.

    Prairie View's teams are entered in this meet.


  • Smiles all around in spite of...

    DENVER – George Washington’s baseball team smiled after a 6-3 win against Prairie View Thursday afternoon on the Patriots’ field.

        After all, Chris Burnette threw 5 1/3 innings to get his first win of the year in his first-ever start. He also hit a home run, as did his battery mate, Gabe Neslin.

  • Deaguero ousted from national...

    HOUSTON – Second-seeded Tommy Abbott of the University of Minnesota-Mankato beat Former Adams City wrestler Joey Deaguero in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II wrestling tournament Friday night. The score was 8-0.

    Deaguero's stay in the consolation draw lasted one match. Luke Elmore of the University of Central Oklahoma shut out Deaguero 8-0 and eliminated Deaguero from the tournament.

  • Sports briefs

    Prairie View wrestling

        Seven members of the Prairie View wrestling team earned all-conference honors in the Skyline League this season in voting done by the league coaches.

        Gilbert Garcia was a first-team choice. Todd Karl, Kevin Larson and Brian Wilson were second-team selections.

        Ricky Becker, Anyang Ajing and Greg Firth were honorable-mention winners.

    College wrestling

  • Spring sports begin
  • Gators get late goal, pull out...

    HENDERSON – Prairie View’s Molly Miller started her senior soccer season in fine style Thursday night.

        She scored her team’s only goal in a 2-1 loss to Standley Lake. But despite the outcome – the Gators’ Tina Cooper scored the game-winner in the last seven minutes – Miller was decidedly optimistic about her team’s chances.

  • ThunderHawks bounced from state...

    GREELEY – For the second straight year the Prairie View ThunderHawks boys basketball team has made it to the postseason playoffs. Unfortunately, for the second straight time, the Hawks fell short.

        PVHS was defeated Wednesday, 68-56, by a tall, tough, talented Northridge squad. Northridge moved on to face Wheat Ridge Saturday.

  • Yard sale

     Prairie View's baseball team will host a yard sale March 7 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school, 12909 E. 120th Ave. Among the items up for sale are furniture, clothing and bedding accessories.

    Call 303-655-8800 for details.


  • T-Hawks hit .500 for the first...

    HENDERSON – While Prairie View head football coach Rocky Schneider had hoped his team would still be playing this time of year, he and his staff admit they still have a lot to be thankful for.

    At the beginning of his first season as head coach, Schneider set several goals for his team and staff. He wanted to end the year with a winning record and an appearance in the state tournament. He also wanted to develop a winner’s attitude among his players.

  • Garcia lone ThunderHawks'...