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High School Sports

  • Frederick scoreboard

    Softball

    Frederick made it four wins in as many starts Aug. 25 with a 10-2 home-field win against Arvada West.

    The Warriors scored in five of their six turns at bat. Paris Woods had three hits, including a home run, and five RBIs. Mae Mitchell added a pair of hits and three RBIs. One of her hits was a home run.

  • Dufour verbally commits to Colorado Mesa

    ERIE -- Frederick's Alex Dufour verbally committed to play softball at Colorado Mesa University.

    Dufour is a senior shortstop for the Warriors. 

    Her dad, coach Roger Dufour, said she made the choice early to avoid the pressure of making a decision during the softball season.

    Alex Dufour is expected to sign her letter of intent sometime in November.

  • Ex-Frederick goalie Godinez, DePaul upset Nebraska 2-1

    LINCOLN, NEB. – Ex-Frederick goalkeeper Alex Godinez made a save as her DePaul Blue Demons upset 13th-rated Nebraska 2-1 in a non-conference match Aug. 24.

    Godinez is the Big East Conference's goalkeeper of the year. 

    The Cornhuskers did not score until the 89th minute. A year ago, NU scored 54 goals and began the season with four more in a win against Southern Methodist University.

  • Softball: Warriors blank top-rated Erie 6-0

    ERIE -- Alicia Hernandez pitched a complete game and struck out 10, and Savannah Hall hit a grand slam home run to send Frederick to a 6-0 win over top-rated Erie on the Tigers' field Aug. 23.

    Hall's home run came in the third inning. FHS added two unearned runs in the fifth. Hernandez scattered seven hits and walked just one.

    "My rise ball was working, and my drop ball and my screw ball," Hernandez said. "I'm excited. It's the first time we've beaten Erie in a long time. It was a good team win."

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  • Former Frederick goalie nabs preseason soccer honor

    CHICAGO -- DePaul's Alex Godinez, who prepped at Frederick High School, is the Big East Conference's preseason goalkeeper of the year.

    The Blue Demons were 13-6-2 last year, advanced to the Big East title game for the first time and earned a spot in the NCAA Division I soccer tournament. Godinez was the conference's goalkeeper of the year.

    Godinez had a league-best 0.69 goals-against averagem a league-best nine shutouts and the best save percentage (.900) as DePaul led the nation in save percentage.

  • Warriors sit in fifth place in season-opening softball poll

    AURORA -- Frederick's softball team is the fifth-best team in class 4A.

    So says the first batch of rankings from CHSAANOW.com, which were released at midafternoon Aug. 11.

    Erie, Wheat Ridge, Ponderosa and Mullen occupy the first four slots. The second half of the top 10 includes Valor Christian, Discovery Canyon, Mountain View, D'Evelyn Junior/Senior High School and Pueblo West.

  • Warriors get votes in preseason football poll

    AURORA -- Frederick picked up three votes in the first CHSAANow.com football poll of the season. It wasn't enough for the Warriors to crack the top 10.

    The top team in the class 3A poll is Lutheran High School, followed by Delta, Holy Family, Rifle, Roosevelt, Evergreen, The Classical Academy, Palisade, Lewis-Palmer and Vista Peak.

    Frederick opens the season at Conifer Aug. 30.

  • Preseason athletic meeting Aug. 12

    Frederick's annual parent meeting for fall sports is at 7 p.m., Aug. 12, at the school. Call 303-833-3533 with questions.

  • Frederick grad lands softball coaching slot

    WESTMINSTER -- Former Frederick softball player Danelle Durben is an assistant softball coach at Mountain Range High School in Westminster.

    She posted the news on her Facebook page Aug. 5.

    Durben, who graduated in 2011, had a .298 batting average and stole 16 bases for the Warriors. 

    Mountain Range plays in the Front Range League and is a class 5A program. The Mustangs were 12-10 last season.