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Today's Sports

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  • The race is on
  • Boys volleyball comes to Fort...

     By Adriana Lira

    MetroWest intern

    For the first time in Fort Lupton High School history, there is a pilot boys volleyball team. 

    A couple of high-school boys reached out to athletic director Jim Roedel, showing interest in a boys volleyball team. Roedel then contacted Cindy Seiler, who coaches the Bluedevils’ girls team in the fall.

  • Frederick HS athletic schedule...

    Here is today's sports schedule

    Wrestling: Frederick/Holy Family @ Erie, 6:30 p.m..

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard – April 14

    Girls soccer

    Riverdale Ridge blanked Fort Lupton 5-0 in Thornton April 11. Molly Lancaster scored twice for the Ravens. Trujillo, Megan Drews and Natali Solis Franco also scored for RRHS. Bach recorded the shutout win and had four saves.

    No stats were available for the Bluedevils.

    Frederick beat the Bluedevils 9-1 in Fort Lupton April 13. No stats were available for either team.

  • Fort Lupton scoreboard – April 14

    Girls soccer

    Riverdale Ridge blanked Fort Lupton 5-0 in Thornton April 11. Molly Lancaster scored twice for the Ravens. Trujillo, Megan Drews and Natali Solis Franco also scored for RRHS. Bach recorded the shutout win and had four saves.

    No stats were available for the Bluedevils.

    Frederick beat the Bluedevils 9-1 in Fort Lupton April 13. No stats were available for either team.

  • Frederick HS scoreboard – April...

     Baseball

    Riverdale Ridge pushed over two runs in the fifth inning and beat Frederick 6-3 in Thornton April 13. ,Caden Jackson had a base hit and an RBI for the Ravens. Starting pitcher Dakota Pruitt hjad 12 strikeouts in six innngs.

    Cole Hoffman had a double and two RBIs for the Warriors. Jonah Sanders had two singles and drove in a run. Starting pitcher Tyler Segura had seven strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings.

  • FLHS baseball team battles youth...

     Fort Lupton baseball coach Stephen Flickinger likes the Bluedevils team this spring. But it’s a young squad, which brings with it some issues.

                “I don’t think we’ve figured out what a high-school strike zone looks like,” he said. “There are a lot of nuances of the game – and I’m going to blame the weather – that the coaches haven’t quite gotten them up to snuff, what we’re doing in certain pitch counts.”

  • FLHS baseball team picks up a win
  • Football: Fort Lupton's...

    Fort Lupton's Yadir Castillo was hoping to stay in-state for more education and, perhaps, more football.

    But when no one in state made a ply for him Castillo took the best option available and signed a letter of intent to play and study at Hastings College in Nebraska.

    "I didn't know where I wanted to be," Castillo said. "I took my visit and thought, 'This is it.' I really wanted to be the in-state kid. But I took my visit. I liked it out there a lot."

    Castillo also wanted a change in his life.