High School Sports

  • FLHS all-conference football winners announced

    Fort Lupton' Luke Browne, Timmy Ornelas and Ryan Rausch earned first-team, all-conference awards in the 3A Tri-Valley Conference,

    Mikey Gomez, Clint Cook and Jordan LaRoche were honorable-mention recipients.

    The Bluedevils finished 2-8.

  • FLHS takes fourth in own wrestling tournament

    FORT LUPTON -- Fort Lupton's wrestling team finished fourth in an eight-team, dual-meet tournament in the Bluedevils' gym Saturday.

    Fort Lupton's Derek Salinas won the 119-pound title. He beat out Leroy Delgado of Centaurus for the crown.


  • New theme, new season for FLHS boys basketball

        FORT LUPTON – Fort Lupton boys basketball coach Jim Roedel has something in his cupboard that most other coaches would love to have.
        The five starters from the Bluedevils’ squad a year ago return to the floor. Three of them – Zach Reynolds (15 points, almost seven rebounds), Clint Cook (14 points, seven rebounds) and Jodi Heintz (eight rebounds, two blocks per game) are seniors.

  • Nash tabbed for all-state games

        Fort Lupton softball player Aryn Nash was among the players selected for the Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports All-State games in Louisville in late October.

        The organization began its all-state game program in 1986 to provide girls a chance to showcase their talent. The coaches in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference nominated Nash, and the coaches in the 4A leagues in the state made the final selection.

  • FLHS hoops alums strap it on once more time

    Players from the last 44 years of Bluedevil basketball gathered Friday at Fort Lupton High School to kick-off a new tradition, bring the community together… and to just have some fun.

  • High School Heisman award tabs Cook

        Fort Lupton’s Clint Cook is one of the school winners for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award.

        Cook was selected for his work in the classroom, on the athletic fields and community and school leadership. He moves into the next round of judging.
        Cook is a three-sport athlete, maintains a 3.4 grade point average and is in the top 10 percent of class.

  • Girls basketball practice starts Friday

        Practice for the Fort Lupton girls basketball team begins at 4 p.m., Nov. 12. The second practice is at 11 a.m., Nov. 13, and lasts for two hours.
    Updated medical information has to be on file with the school before players can participate.

  • All-conference soccer players

        Fort Lupton’s boys soccer team put two of its members on the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference all-conference squads. Arnaldo Chavez was a first-team pick, and Francisco Arellano was a second-team choice. The Bluedevils won the league title and advanced to the state tournament.

  • FLHS football season ends with room for improvement

    GREELEY – In the hopes of ending the season on a good note, the Fort Lupton Bluedevils football team found themselves down early and could never grab momentum.
        Playing in the final game of the season against Northridge High School, Fort Lupton was down 35-0 at half, eventually losing the contest 43-14.
        The Bluedevils end their season with a 2-8 overall record, and a 1-4 record in Tri-Valley Conference games. The two wins are a one-game improvement from last season.

  • Wrestling fundraiser

                The 2011 poker fundraising tournament for the Fort Lupton wrestling program starts at 6 p.m., Nov. 13, at 217 First St. Funds raised will go toward the purchase of new slings.