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Sports Briefs

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard

    Volleyball

    Fort Lupton downed Englewood 25-21, 25-10, 25-10 on the Pirates' floor Oct. 21. Michelle Seiler had 11 kills, and her twin sister, Leia followed with 10. JayLynn McCorkle had five kills. Karissa Chaparro had 20 assists and a block.

  • Fall Clean-Up Day Sept. 27 in Fort Lupton

    Fall Clean-Up Day, set for 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Public Works Shop at 800 12th Ave. in Fort Lupton, offers residents a convenient opportunity to dispose of unused household items and yard debris (No household trash, concrete, Freon based appliances, or electronics will be accepted; some items may require a fee). There is a suggested donation of $10, and there is a $5 fee for each tire dropped off.

  • Cross training sign-ups end Feb. 3

    Fort Lupton’s cross-training class is open for registration. The deadline is Feb. 3, and the cost is $40.

    Sessions run from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays through Feb. 27. The fee includes various types of exercise programs. The instructor, Lacie Reckard, said she scales load and intensity but there are no changes to the program.

    Call 303-857-4200 with any questions.

  • Women on Weights class at the Fort Lupton rec center

    Here’s a chance for women to learn to lift weights under the direction of a certified personal trainer.

    Women on Weights comes to the Fort Lupton Recreation Center for twice-weekly sessions starting Jan. 7.

    The class is limited to eight participants. It meets Tuesdays and Thursdays through Jan. 30.

    The fee is $40, and the registration deadline is Jan. 6. Call 303-857-4200.

  • Fort Lupton rec center pool, spa to close March 8 for maintenance

    Fort Lupton rec center news: the pool and spa will be closed from 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 8 for maintenance.
     

  • Archie Suniga takes over as Fort Lupton girls soccer coach

    Archie Suniga is the new coach for the Bluedevils’ girls soccer team. He takes over for Michael Pineda, whose contract was not renewed earlier this spring.

    Suniga will continue as the head coach for the boys program, a position he’s held the past five seasons.

  • Fort Lupton High School wrestling golf tournament fundraiser approaches

    The seventh annual Fort Lupton High School wrestling golf tournament fundraiser starts at 8 a.m. July 28 at Coyote Creek Golf Course, 222 Clubhouse Drive, Fort Lupton.

    It’s a shotgun start and a four-man scramble format. The fee is $85 per player for $340 per team. Organizers are looking for hole sponsors, too. Those run $100, which includes a sign with your company or family name. Proceeds benefit the wrestling program at FLHS.

  • Participants sought for Fort Lupton rec center's girls volleyball league

    The Fort Lupton Recreation Center is looking for girls in third through sixth grades to participate in its fall volleyball league.

    The early bird fee is $55 by July 26. It rises $60 after July 27 and is only $50 if paid by June 22. The end of registration is Aug. 3.

    Games start Sept. 8 will be in the recreation center and surrounding areas Saturday mornings through Oct. 27. Practice (twice a week, days and times vary) begins Aug. 20.

    The coaches’ meeting is at 6 p.m., Aug. 9. Call 303-857-4200 with questions.

  • Registration open for Fort Lupton's fall boys soccer program

    Prekindergarten through second-grade boys can sign up for the city’s fall soccer program through Aug. 3.

    The early bird fee $35 if paid by July 27 (it’s only $30 if paid by June 22). Games start Aug. 21 for prekindergartners and first-graders and Aug. 23 for first- and second-graders. Games are at the park in back of the recreation center.

    Call 303-857-4200 with any questions.

  • Mudd wins academic award

        PELLA, IOWA – Former Fort Lupton quarterback and defensive back Joel Mudd was a 2010 all-academic choice in the Iowa Conference this season.
    The 5-foot-11-inch, 198-pound defensive back made six tackles (four unassisted) for Central College.