Southeast cross-country runners took their final shots to secure spots at the upcoming state meet. Here are a few highlights from local competitors
Harrison High School's volleyball team celebrated senior night with a Hawaiian-themed event on Oct. 21 at Thorpe Gymnasium. Canon City spoiled the game with a 3-0 victory over the Panthers, but Harrison slipped in highlights before and during the contest. Click the link to revisit a few of t…
The Stallions and Panthers both created highlights from their rivalry contest on Oct. 15. Click the link to view those moments from their tilt at Veteran's Memorial Stadium.
Harrison's first home game since Sept. 3 and a 27-point second quarter buoyed the Panthers to their first win of the season. Harrison retained possession of the Superintendent's Cup with a 41-0 win against district rival Sierra.
Mitchell High School’s soccer team has won five of their last six contests including an 8-2 victory against Sierra on Oct. 14. Six players scored in the game and the victory moved the Marauders to 9-4 this season.
Despite having no team in 2020, the Sierra High School softball squad punched their ticket to the postseason for the first time since 2003. The No. 30-seeded Stallions will head to Greeley to face No. 3 University at 10 a.m. on Oct. 16.
For the first time since Oct. 18, 2019, the Sierra Stallions football team earned a victory. They defeated Mitchell 26-7 in both teams' first Colorado Springs Metro League contest which started at Veteran's Memorial Stadium and ended at Sierra High School.
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Falcon High School spoiled senior day for Sierra's softball team with a 12-0 shutout against the Stallions. But Sierra players still created highlights with their final home game at El Pomar Youth Sports Park.
The Stallions' softball squad posted 36 runs in two games in their doubleheader on Sept. 18 at El Pomar Youth Sports Complex. Several players earned a slew of stats in the blowout victories over Harrison. Here are a few highlights from both teams from the contest.
The Stallions emerged victorious in their doubleheader against rival Harrison on Sept. 18. Sierra nearly scored 40 runs in the two game at El Pomar Youth Sports Complex and improved to 5-6 this season with the pair of wins.
The Panthers' volleyball team has won two of three contests including a straight sets victory over Mitchell on Sept. 16 at Thorpe Gymnasium. After running away with the second set and scoring 13 point in a row, the Marauders kept it interesting in the third.
The Stallions' football contest against Cheyenne Mountain didn't go as planned. Sierra lost the game 48-0 and fell to 0-3 this season. However, that doesn't mean the Stallions didn't have highlights against Red-Tailed Hawks. Check out a few photos from the game in our gallery.
Harrison scored a season-high 11 goals against Pueblo East in just 45 minutes of action. In doing so, the Panthers earned their first win of the season. Here are a few shots from the Panthers' victory over the Eagles at Veteran's Memorial Stadium.
Harrison earned its first win of the season with a bevy of players scoring goals for the Panthers. Their 11 goals against Pueblo East nearly quadrupled their output through four games this season.
Harrison High School lost its homecoming contest 47-27 to Canon City on Sept. 3, but had plenty of memorable moments from the game. Check out a few photos from their matchup against the Tigers.
Harrison dropped its second consecutive game on the gridiron on Sept. 3. It's unfamiliar territory for this Panthers squad who have experienced a strong run the last four years. Coach Rob LeBoeuf had a suggestion for his team he hopes will stop the skid...
The Cheyenne Mountain Stampede cross-country race featured teams from 2A - 5A as each got a preview of the state venue. Local athletes used the opportunity to scope the competition and improve from last season's performances.
The District Two rivals hadn't played each other in volleyball since 2019. Of course, both wanted to pick up the W, but Harrison protected its home court with a sweep over Sierra.
Mitchell played possum in the first half on the pitch against Palmer and trailed 3-0. The Marauders exploded for 7 second-half goals, including the game winner in overtime as they bested the Terrors 7-6 and improved to 2-1 this season.
This year’s Rocky Mountain State Games had a certain buzz about it. It was probably all the drones flying in the surrounding area as the games introduced a new competitive sport.
Despite the outcome on Aug. 27, Harrison made notable plays against Glenwood Springs on the gridiron in the 41-13 loss. Here are a few shots from the season opener against the Demons.
Harrison's football team opened the year just three months after their semifinals appearance in Season C. The Panthers battled a tough Glenwood Springs team at home and struggled to build momentum in the contest.
Harrison lost its second consecutive game by just one goal, this time a strike in the second half, and lost 1-0 to Gateway. The loss dropped the Panthers to 0-2 on the young season. The Panthers played with plenty of spunk despite the defeat. Here are a few shots from their game against the …
Sierra and Palmer engaged in an intense matchup to start the season on the pitch. The boys battled to a 2-2 tie at the end of regulation and needed double overtime to name a victor. Palmer won 3-2 midway through the second OT to improve to 1-0. Here are a few photos from the thrilling game b…
Sierra and Palmer opened the year on the pitch with plenty of sizzle. One overtime wasn't enough to decide a victor. The Stallions and Terrors needed a second overtime in the season opener to crown a victor.
Sierra freshman Marisa Reyes had a heck of a debut. Reyes broke the school's previous strikeout record of 15 and struck out 20 in her first outing for the Stallions. But Sierra dropped the first game of the year 7-4 to Woodland Park.
Don't adjust your eyes! Garry Berry Stadium has a new look. Along with a gray/silver field, the stadium will have a new track, scoreboard and a few other modifications as part of recent upgrades. Staff expects majority of the changes will be completed by the first football game this year.
Basketball legends and hall-of-famers Sheryl Swoopes and Lenny Wilkens stopped by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Museum on Aug. 7 during Hillside Connection's basketball clinic. Swoopes and Wilkens assisted with drills during the clinic and provided life lessons for children who attended.
Amyah Moore-Allen and Liliani Krause will take their talents to the collegiate ranks after signing National Letters of Intent on Aug. 6. at PLUTO's gym. Moore-Allen will have a full-ride scholarship at Trinity Valley Community College and Krause will enjoy a partial scholarship at Salem University.
Prior to the start of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, UCHealth sponsored an event that allowed athletes to stop by Hillside Community Center to speak with local children.
Sierra High School graduate Alanna Rizzo will make history for the MLB on Tuesday as she joins four other women to call a game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Tampa Bay Rays.
The inaugural U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Day presented locals with a slew of sports from both venues for participants to learn about.
The YMCA will provide a free soccer program to Harrison School District 2 kids K-5 for the month of July. Events take place on Mondays at Harrison, Wednesday at Sierra and games on Saturdays at Sierra. Monday and Wednesday events occur from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. while games take place from 8:30 a…
Daryon Wilson briefly paused before his second-to-last attempt in the long jump of the Class 4A state track and field meet at Jefferson County Stadium.
Season D sports concluded over the weekend and several local athletes left their mark at the state track and field meet. Local schools had athletes earn podium finishes and Mitchell crowned a state champ for the first time in more than 10 years.
Local track and field competitors head to the final event of the year. Harrison, Mitchell and Sierra will each send at least one rep to Lakewood to compete at the state track and field meet at Jeffco Stadium.
As the conclusion of Season D draws near, local track and field athletes continue to hone their skills with the state meet less than two weeks away.
Competitors earned numerous top spots at their respective meets and hope to swing that momentum into the final days of the season.
The Hillside Connection 3-on-3 Summer League commenced over the weekend with a slew of participants competing at Memorial Park. The event features more than 15 teams and will run through June. Here are photos from the opening weekend of action.
Christian Romansik’s is so impressive as a member of Sierra High School’s esports team that players — and occasionally the teachers — call him Coach Romansik. And he’s still a student.