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.
Southeast teams duked it out on the baseball diamond Saturday morning with the Terrors earning their first victory of the season. Click the link for photos from Saturday's matchup between the schools.
Southeast athletes competed against a field of 25 teams May 15 at Veteran's Memorial Stadium with each school leaving its mark in the second track and field meet of the year.
The run to a championship for the Harrison Panthers football team ended at the hands of Gateway in a 28-21 loss in Aurora. The Panthers finished 7-1 and earned the school's second postseason victory.
Harrison is just one game away from clinching a spot in the Class 4A state football playoffs. Here's how the Panthers earned their place in the semis and a preview of their upcoming rematch with Gateway.
Al Melo stood on the recently refurbished black-and-white track at Veterans Memorial Stadium as the Harrison High School football team entered the field March 20.
Harrison is just three games away from a football title. The Panthers' journey begins 1 p.m. Saturday at home against Centaurus.
However, the Panthers had to scrap to finish the year 6-0 and clinch the No. 2 seed and South League crown.
The Stallions managed to earn third set victory against Falcon to hold off the sweep on April 22, but the Falcons put away the Stallions in the fourth set at Sierra High School.
Sierra High School's football team built a 22-8 halftime lead against Skyview in the final game of the season, but the Stallions struggled to stop the Wolverines in the second half and lost 38-28.
The Colorado High School Activities Association on April 15 tabbed Sierra High School’s Melia Palaroan as a member of its State Student Council and Leadership team.
Despite allowing a season-high 18 points, the No. 2-ranked Panthers showed their prowess with stout performances on offense in the 34-18 win against No. 8 Gateway.
Harrison High School hoped to build momentum in the league contest. But Palmer sought to end its three-game losing streak and came out strong at home against the Panthers.
Harrison High School's boys soccer team improved to 4-1 on Saturday after a 7-0 blowout against Woodland Park and eclipsed their record from 2019 with the victory.
It didn’t take long for Harrison High School’s Isabel Trujillo to establish herself as a leader and formidable force for the Panthers volleyball team.
Harrison and Sierra high school each began Season C with a pair of football contests over the weekend. Please see some of the highlights captured from both games.
In a contest where Harrison High School senior Amyah Moore-Allen finished with a game-high 35 points, she still found an area where she needed to improve.
The echo of basketballs hitting the court filled the air at Harrison High School’s Butch Thorpe Gymnasium for the first time in 2021.
Prior to practice Dec. 15 at Sierra High School, girls basketball coach Joseph Williams informed his team this would be their final week of training in 2020.
May the odds be ever in these athletes’ favor as they continue to navigate a high-school sports landscape with a schedule scorched by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Jerimi Calip gazed at the scoreboard late in the fourth quarter of Mitchell High School’s football contest against Class 3A’s No. 3-ranked Durango Oct. 17.
The Harrison High School cross-country team went nearly a decade without a home race. But Sept. 11 at El Pomar Youth Sports Complex, the Panthers made the most of the meet on their home turf.
Harrison School District 2 has just two prep sports on tap for Season A: softball and cross-country. The novel coronavirus caused the Colorado High School Activities Association to reshuffle the calendar, after the virus ravaged the spring sports season and continues to cause changes through…