High School Sports

  • Fort Lupton’s Guerra tabs college in Nebraska

    Fort Lupton graduate Luis Guerra was one of the lucky soccer players when he left high school.

    He had lots of options on the table for his collegiate stop. 

    In the end, he chose Nebraska Christian College in Papillion, Neb.

    “They gave me a second opportunity to continue to pursue my dreams, not only as a soccer player but also serving Christ,” Guerra said. “I knew NCC was the perfect college fit for me.”

  • Academic and athletic balance part of adjusting to college life

    Second of two parts

    Last week, 16 former local high-school athletes said their adjustments to college ran the gamut from humbling to being “full of adjustments,” in one instance. The questions dealt with the pace of play and learning of their respective sports, learning to live on their own and learning to live in new towns.

    In the second of our two-part series, their thoughts are more about academics and how to balance the academic needs with athletic nd social ones.

  • Frederick HS athletic schedule May 4

    Here is today's sports schedule:

    Baseball: Frederick @ Roosevelt, 4 p.m.

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard – May 2

    Girls tennis

    Fort Morgan shut out Fort Lupton 7-0 in Fort Lupton May 1.

    The Mustangs' Cora Rhode and Fort Lupton's Kaylee Maestas went the full three sets for Rhode prevailed 6-4, 1-6, 11-9.

  • Frederick HS scoreboard – May 12


    Frederick's Erin Baum, Payton Walalce and Cassie Palmer qualified for the state 4A girls golf tournament.

    The Warriors will be able to field a team score during the state meet May 22 and 23 at Colorado Natioonal Golf Course in Erie.

    Palmer shot a career-best 100 to lead the Warriors' contingent at the regional tournament at Indian Tree Golf Course in Arvada. She was the team medalist and finished 14th. Baum fired a 102 to take 15th, and Wallace carded a 103 to finish 17th.

  • Adjustments come in all shapes, sizes for ex-high-school athletes

     First of two parts


    It’s no surprise that the first year of college for anyone is a major adjustment.

    There’s the increased feeling of responsibility that comes with making sure of on-time arrival in class, of finding a certain amount of time to finish up homework, of finding time to do laundry and, in some cases, of finding time to get one’s groceries in the store.

  • Lincoln HS athletic director coming to Frederick

    Frederick High School’s new athletic director is LeRoy Lopez.

    Lopez comes to the Warriors from Abraham Lincoln High School in Denver. He was there for seven years.

  • Athletic award for ex-Frederick player

    Former Frederick softball player Mae Mitchell earned a letter at Central Methodist University this season.

    The school recognized more than 300 student-athletes for their achievements during an all-sports awards ceremony.

  • Baseball galore for three FLHS players this summer

    ERIE – In the view of Fort Lupton’s John Howard, Freddy Suarez and Andy Segovia, there’s no such thing as too much baseball.

    Even during the summer.

    The players made the Pro Swing competitive baseball team.

    “Our team is good, a lot like Fort Lupton,” Segovia said. “We have the potential to be really good. We just need to get over the hump.”

  • No rest in summer