High School Sports

  • Northridge puts damper on Frederick homecoming

    Northridge rode the arm of Chance Eben and the legs of junior running back Devin Lunsford to a 27-14 win at Frederick Sept. 23, spoiling the Warriors' homecoming.

    Eben threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns. Lunsford ran for 66 yards. 

    Lance Hartsoch scored Frederick's first touchdown late in the second quarter. He finished with 133 yards on 29 carries. Hartsoch, a senior, sat out last week's game because of an injury.

  • The Academy takes homecoming win from Fort Lupton

    The Academy turned back Fort Lupton 34-14 Sept. 23, spoiling the Bluedevils' homecoming.

    Joel Franco completed 12 of 17 passes for 167 yards. He also ran for a team-high 101 yards on six carries and scored two touchdowns.

    His favorite receiver was Isaiah Sanchez, who caught nine passes for 117 yards.

    No stats were available for FLHS. But we will have more on the game in the Sept. 28 issue of the Fort Lupton Press.

    – reporting by Tony White

  • Marquez takes second at Martinez Mercury Classic

    BRIGHTON – Fort Lupton's Antonio Marquez took second place in the boys race at the John Martinez Mercury Classic at the Adams County Fairgrounds Sept. 22. His time was 17:53.

    Hector Lopez was ninth in a time of 18:35. John Howard was 28th, posting a time of 19:51. Daniel Lujan was 58th in the field with a time of 22:26, and Anthony Martinez finished 78th in a time of 24:23.

    Two girls participated for the Bluedevils in the meet. Monica Marquez was 12th in a time of 23:40. Gabrielle Norby was 56th. She posted a time of 30:02.

  • Good seasons for SW Weld County softball teams



    Frederick and Fort Lupton's softball teams are making their cases to be invited to the postseason next month. The Bluedevils are 11th in this week’s RPI rankings that determine the playoffs. Frederick’s softball team made it into the top 10 in this week’s chsaanow.com poll. FHS also sits in the 13th spot in this week’s RPI poll.

  • FLHS softball starts to turn a big corner

    Fort Lupton High School’s softball team ventured into new territory this season.

    The Bluedevils won their first seven games. MaxPreps took note and ranked FLHS as the No. 1 team in class 3A softball.

    Center fielder Rene Morgan took note, too.

  • Conifer’s early passing attack picks apart Frederick Warriors


    Michael Hicks

    Evergreen Newspapers

    CONIFER – There’s one thing to know that it’s coming, but there’s another to actually stop it.

  • Fort Lupton HS athletic schedule Sept. 22

    Here is today's athletic schedule:

    Volleyball: Alameda @ Fort Lupton, 6:30 p.m.

    Cross country: Fort Lupton @ John Martinez Mercury Classic, Adams County Regional Park, 4 p.m.

  • Frederick HS athletic schedule Sept. 22

    Here is today's sports schedule:

    Tennis: Windsor @ Frederick, 3:30 p.m.

    Softball: Frederick @ Mead, 4 p.m.

    Volleyball: Berthoud @ Frederick, 6:30 p.m.

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard – Sept. 24


    Valley scored 10 runs in the first three innings and went on to a 12-0, road win against Fort Lupton Sept. 19.

    Kourtney Badker threw a five-inning, no-hitter for the Vikings. She walked four and struck out nine.


    Eagle Ridge downed Fort Lupton 18-25, 25-16, 25-21, 25-20 in Fort Lupton Sept. 20.

    Jaylynn McCorkle led the offense for FLHS with 10 kills. Jaclyn Trujillo added nine. Ali DeHerrera served up four aces.

    No stats were available for the Warriors.

  • Frederick HS scoreboard – Sept. 25


    Mountain View downed Frederick 7-3 in Loveland Sept. 19.

    Edwin Hernandez, Abraham Soto and Marcos Votta scored the Warriors' goals. Danny Macias added two assists. Spencer Condon had three goals for the Lions.

    The Warriors rolled past Mead 5-0 Sept. 21 on the Warriors' pitch. Soto scored two of the Warriors' goals. Macias, Andrew Olave and Alexis Rios had the others. Freshman goalkeeper Calvin Vang had five saves. No stats were available for the Mavericks.