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High School Sports

  • New assistant CHSAA commissioner has local ties

    Frederick High School athletic director Ernie Derrera will soon be former FHS athletic Ernie Derrera.

  • Local athletes take state track meet by storm

    The 2017 Colorado High School Activities Association state track meet took place under blustery, yet mild conditions at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood, providing an excellent weekend for one the state’s biggest prep sports events.
    Frederick's Kelly Aragon was exceptional in girls 4A high jump, earning third place. The senior topped out at 5 feet 4 inches, only 2 inches shy of the top place finisher.

  • Frederick's Elkins takes collegiate baseball plunge

    Frederick's Avery Elkins signed a college letter of intent May 23 to play baseball at Bethany College in Lindsborh, Kan.

    Elkins hit .393 for the Warriors this spring. Half of his 24 hits were for extra bases. He tied for fifth place on the team in stolen bases with four, and he compiled an on-base-plus-slugging percentage of 1.112.

    Frederick won four games out of 19 this season. Two of those wins were in the Tri Valley Conference.

     

  • Baum takes top-40 finish at state golf meet

    ERIE – Frederick's Elizabeth Baum finished 36th in this year's state 4A golf tournament at Colorado National Golf Course.

    She fired an 87-100 – 187. Payton Wallace fired two rounds of 117 and finished 71st in the field. Cassie Palmer turned in a score of 133-121 – 254, which put her in 77th place.

    Frederick finished 18th in the team standings.

  • 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

    Golf

    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.

  • State track meet postponed

    LAKEWOOD – The state 3A and 4A track-and-field meet is a two-day affair, according to the Colorado High School Activities Association.

    Heavy rain and the prospect of snow forced the meets to move to Saturday, May 20, and Sunday, May 21.

     

  • State track meet is this week

     AURORA – The Colorado High School Activities Association said the state 3A and 4A track meets will go on as scheduled, despite the forecast of a storm that could bring rain and snow.

  • Soccer season finale goes Fort Lupton’s way

    You’ve heard the expression “practice makes perfect?”

    Try this one on for size.

    Patricia Arellano scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal for Fort Lupton in its 4-2 win over Eagle Ridge Academy May 5. The setup started at the last practice of the season.