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High School Sports

  • Roedel slides down a seat for all-state basketball game

    ALAMOSA -- There’s a good chance that Jim Roedel never met a basketball game he didn’t like.

    Normally, he’s running the show as the head coach for the Fort Lupton Bluedevils. But for the semifinal round in boys basketball at the Colorado High School Coaches Association, Roedel slid down a spot and served as an assistant. He and the other coach, Holly’s Dusty Heck, were due to trade places for the June 8 finals.

  • Quezada finishes prep career in style

    ALAMOSA -- Four, 3-point baskets are enough to make most prep basketball players smile.

    When you are a prep basketball player and score four, 3-pointers against some of the best players in the state, that may well be enough to make one smile for a long time.

  • Hoffman takes in college life as prep wrestling career concludes

    ALAMOSA -- Cole Hoffman’s prep wrestling career didn’t end the way he wanted it to. But the setting and the opportunity to compete among the state’s best wrestlers at the Colorado High School Coaches Association all-state games may have made up for it.

  • Galicia savors last prep wrestling match

    ALAMOSA -- Like a lot of the athletes at the Colorado High School Coaches Association’s all-state games, Fort Lupton’s Koby Galicia enjoyed his time at Adams State University last week.

    It was an experience that extended beyond his 6-2 win against Skyview’s Tristan Eskridge in the June 7 wrestling competition at Plachy Hall. The match was at 160 pounds.

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard – May 12

    Track/field

    LONGMONT – Fort Lupton's Antonio Marquez turned in a season-best time of 1:58.73 in the 800-meter run at the St. Vrain Invitational meet May 11.

    Marquez finished seventh in the field.

    The top finisher for the girls team was Melia Coleman. She was 43rd in the 300-meter hurdles, where her time was 52.89 seconds.

    Baseball

    Conifer took a doubleheader from Fort Lupton by scores of 9-3 and 11-0 May 11. 

  • Frederick HS scoreboard – May 12

    Track/field

    LONGMONT – Frederick's Michela Hewitt finished second in the 800-meter run at the John Martin Invite in fort Collins May 10. Her season-best time was 2:18.97. Hewitt also finished second in the triple jump (36 feet 3 inches, tops so far this spring), and she placed fifth in the long jump with a sesason-best distance of 16 feet 5 inches.

  • 4A state track: Hewitt deals with back-to-back events

    LAKEWOOD – The good news for Frederick’s Michela Hewitt was qualifying for two events on the last day of the state 4A track-and-field meet May 18 at Jeffco Stadium.

                The bad news was she had to run her 400-meter finals, then compete in the triple jump in almost back-to-back fashion.

  • 4A state track: Frederick’s Chacon takes in first experience as a sophomore

               LAKEWOOD – Frederick’s Ryan Chacon was happy with his first performance at the state 4A track-and-field meet at Jeffco Stadium.

                His debut appearance netted him an eighth-place finish in the 400-meter dash (50.85 seconds_ and a ninth-place finish in the 200-meter dash (22.99 seconds). He also helped the 4-by-400 relay team to a 13th-place finish in a time of 3:30.29.

  • Six Warriors sign on for college athletics

    FREDERICK -- A half-dozen Frederick High School athletes chose their colleges and signed their athletic letters of intent May 15 at the school.

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  • 3A state track: Fort Lupton's Marquez debuts with 15th-place finish

    LAKEWOOD – Fort Lupton's Antonio Marquez is no stranger to the state cross country meet. He's been there all three years he's been in high school.

    This year, he added the state 3A track meet to his resumé. Marquez finished 15th in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:04.31.