High School Sports

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard – Aug. 30


    Fort Lupton scored nine times in the first inning and swamped Alameda 15-0 Aug. 25 in Lakewood.

    Thomas Jefferson scored 10 runs in the last two innings and beat the Bluedevils 14-7 in Fort Lupton Aug. 27. Sevi Harden had four hits and four RBIs for the Spartans. Sydney Thompson and Daija Robbins had three.

    No stats were available for the Bluedevils.

  • Frederick HS scoreboard – Sept. 1


    Frederick stayed undefeated Sept. 1 with a 9-0 home-field win against Holy Family. The Warriors scored eight of those runs in the first three innings of the game.

    Mae Mitchell had three hits, including two doubles, and four RBIs. Shea Heath added three RBIs on the strength of three base hits, one of which was a double.

    Alicia Hernandez threw a complete game and struck out five.

  • Open camp for Frederick softball starts Aug. 3; practice begins Aug. 17

    Frederick High School's softball team will have open field from 5 to 7 p.m. the weeks of Aug. 3 and 10. The first practice is at 3 p.m., Aug. 17.

    Turn in paperwork – including evidence of a physical exam – to the school’s athletic office by Aug. 12. 

    Any questions, e-mail coach Roger Dufour at dufour_roger@svvsd.org.

  • Roedel named new AD at Fort Lupton

    Fort Lupton boys basketball coach Jim Roedel is the new athletic director at the high school. He replaces Joseph Gutierrez, who stepped down in February from the AD’s job and from his job as girls basketball coach.

    Roedel, a Fort Lupton grad, has been the boys basketball coach the past five years.


  • Four from Carbon Valley advance to Rockies Skills Challenge final

    WINDSOR — Four Carbon Valley youngsters qualified for the regional round of this year’s Colorado Rockies Skills Challenge. The section competition was July 19 in Windsor.

    Ryan Wildenhaus advanced in the boys 6- and 7-year-old age group. Elayna Fisher followed suit in the girls 6- and 7-year-old group.

    Adam Bishop made it in the boys 12- and 13-year-old group. Morgan Krause advanced in the 10- and 11-year-old girls round.

  • Adjustment to college sports isn’t just about academics



    Alarm clock? Check.

    Clean sheets on the bed? Check.

    Possessing clean clothes to wear to class? Check.

    On-time arrival to class? Check, more or less.

    Knowing where the dining hall is on campus? Double-check.

    Knowing where other restaurants and/or watering holes might be near the campus? Check and check.

  • Galicia tabbed as new Fort Lupton football coach

    FORT LUPTON -- Fort Lupton High School reached into its own football coaching ranks for the next head coach.

    Tom Galicia, who was the defensive coordinator for the Bluedevils for several seasons, is the new head coach. He replaces Joseph Herrera, who stepped down after one year on the job for family reasons.

    Galicia, a Fort Lupton grad, has been the school's wrestling coach the past eight years.

  • All-conference: Frederick soccer

    Two Frederick High School soccer players took home all-Tri Valley Conference awards this season.

    Samantha Teller was a first-team choice. Taylor Brooks was an honorable mention. The Warriors finished 8-6-1 under first-year coach J. Doehring.

  • Bluedevils soccer starts summer conditioning June 15

    The summer conditioning program for the Fort Lupton boys soccer team starts at 6 p.m. June 15, at the school. For more information call 303-918-1356.


  • FLHS soccer conditioning starts June 15

     The summer conditioning program for the Fort Lupton boys soccer team starts at 6 p.m., June 15, at the school. For more information call 303-918-1356.