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High School Sports

  • Frederick scoreboard

    Baseball

    Frederick took a big step toward a postseason playoff berth May 1 with a 5-0 home-field win against Skyline.

    Josh Entrekin threw a four-hitter for the Warriors and struck out two. Dalton Nelson scored the Warriors' first run on an error in the second inning. Michael Broz doubled home Eric Worley in the third for FHS' second run. Worley, who had three hits, doubled home a pair of runs in the fourth inning to close out the scoring.

    The same two teams play at Skyline at noon Saturday. Coverage at twitter.com/sportsland.

  • Football league alignments set

    AURORA -- The football league alignments for the next two years are set.

    The Colorado High School's classification and reorganization committee and CHSAA's legislative council made the final approvals July 14.

    Frederick will be in the class 3A, Northern League, along with Berthoud, Erie, Holy Family, mead, Niwot, Northridge and Roosevelt high schools.

    The Warriors' preseason camp is underway. Formal practice begins Aug. 11, and the first game is Aug. 29.

  • Big adjustment awaits prep athletes in the college ranks

    Ask anyone who’s made the transition from high school to college, and they will tell you about the necessary adjustments.

    Even though creature comforts often make the trip to a dorm, some other staples of everyday living — an alarm clock, study habits, laundry duties and where to find food — make the trip, too.

    Making the move from high school to college athletics entails its own set of changes. Just ask former Frederick football and basketball player Ryan Miller, now on the football squad at Colorado State University-Pueblo.

  • Nelson earns all-conference softball honor

    Freshman Liberty Nelson, who prepped at Frederick High School, was a second-team, all-Kansas Jaykawk Community College Conference second-team outfielder.

    She started the season with a labrum injury and wound up as a starting outfielder for the Garden City (Kan.) Lady Busters. The team closed out the season with a loss to Barton County in the NJCAA Region VI Division I Softball Championships at Wichita State University. Garden City finished third in the Jayhawk West in regular season play behind Butler County and Seward County. 

  • Summer baseball: Frederick takes pair from Thompson Valley

    FREDERICK -- Frederick took a doubleheader from Thompson Valley June 17 by scores of 3-0 and 2-1.

    Lane Hiser (a double), Tristan Montano, Mario Ramirez and Justin Smith had Frederick's hits in the opener. Montano drove in two of Frederick's runs. Hiser threw a two-hitter and struck out four.

    In the nightcap, Hiser added a double and a triple. Montano and Cameron Muncy got credit for Frederick's RBIs. Matt Entrekin threw a five-hitter and struck out 10.

    The same two teams play in Loveland June 18.

  • Frederick splits two in summer baseball play

    Frederick's summer baseball team split a pair of games June 15.

    Frederick downed Broomfield 7-4 in its first game. Matt Entrekin had a triple and two RBIs. Eric Worley had two hits. Tristan Montano had a base hit and an RBI, while starting pitcher Evan Prestwich had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run. Prestwich threw a complete game and allowed seven hits while striking out six.

  • Tennis, anyone?

    FREDERICK — Frederick High School’s list of interscholastic sports will grow in the fall.

    The Warriors will offer boys and girls tennis. The total of sports available to students at the school grows to 17.

    The coaches are Mark Allen (boys) and Chelsea Stuvel (girls). Both teach at the school, and she organized an after-school tennis club this spring. 

     

  • Rivera signs college letter with welcome from prominent alum

    FREDERICK — Not too many people get a welcome to their new college from elected officials in their town.

    Austin Rivera, who signed a college basketball letter of intent to play at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kan., picked up his first “welcome to school” remarks from former Frederick Mayor Eric Doering.

     

    Doering is a graduate of the school. He and his wife, Jerry, were on the school’s board of directors.

  • Erwin wins 800-meter title at Eaton Fightin' Reds track meet

    EATON -- Chris Erwin won a race at the May 3 Eaton Fightin' Reds Invitational track meet. But it wasn't the 3,200-meter run, where he is a potential state qualifier.

    Erwin, a senior, won the 800-meter run in a time of 2:05.31, a season-best in the event. Erwin sits in 15th place in the 3,200-meters with a season-best time of 9:59.04, set at the Weld County championships in late April. The top 18 in each event qualify for the state meet that starts May 15 in Lakewood.

     

  • Therrien verbally commits to play hoops at Colorado Northwestern CC

    FREDERICK -- Alex Therrien made a verbal commitment April 28 to play basketball at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig.

     

    He made the announcement on his Facebook page. Therrien averaged 15 points and five rebounds a game for the Warriors. FHS was 18-7 this season and advanced to the second round of the state 4A basketball tournament.