Today's Sports

  • Eagles’ soccer shorthanded but...

    In an ideal world, Adams City soccer coach Kyle Lauchmen would have greeted a full contingent of returning Eagles’ players to the first week of practice.

    Instead, he met five fewer players than he was expecting to return to the fold. Two are ineligible, two have to work and one is playing on a club team.

  • Golf: Adams City's Montoya...

    AURORA -- Adams City's Aaron Montoya cracked the top 10 at the first Eastern Metro Athletic Conference golf tournament of the season Aug. 17.

    The tourney was at Aurora Hills Golf Course.

    Montoya fired an 11-over par 83, which put him in sixth place in the individual standings. His teammate, Joel Olivas, finished 36th after carding a 55-over 127.

    The second conference major of the year is Tuesday, Sept. 5, at Legacy Ridge Golf Course in WEstminster

  • Eagles' football practices...
  • Golf season underway
  • Deaguero steps aside as ACHS...

    For the first time in 17 years, Adams City High School needs a new wrestling coach.

    Tom Deaguero stepped aside as wrestling coach to become an assistant principal at the school. 

  • Augustana snatches Vargas

    A year’s courtship between Augustana College, an NCAA Division III school in Rock Island, Ill., and Prairie View’s Luke Vargas came to an end.

    Vargas accepted an offer to attend school and to play baseball.

    “Augustana had been talking to me since the end of my junior year and decided to make me an offer at the end of the summer,” Vargas said. “I talked to Lewis and Clark College in Oregon and Eastern New Mexico. But neither worked out.”

  • Two PVHS football players get...

    Two players with ties to the Prairie View High School football program – Mikhail Sands, who was born with one hand, and Xavier Gates, who graduated from high school in the spring – are among those invited to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Dallas early next year.

    The game is set for a 5 p.m. MST start at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.

    The pair will play on the West squad of all-stars.

  • New football league alignment in...

    AURORA – Come the 2018 high-school football season, it may be out with the waterfall and in with geography and rivalries.

    The Colorado High School Activities Association’s football committee met last week. One thing it heard was the present format that relies on a team’s Ratings Performance Index isn’t popular.

  • Anderson follows sister’s lead...

    Prairie View High School is about to see another athletic Anderson in its midst.

    Meet Gregory Anderson. If his last name sounds familiar, his sister is Aleksandra Anderson, who continued her track career at the University of North Dakota.

  • Refereeing classes start

    The Colorado High School Athletics and Activities Association needs some officials.