High School Sports

  • Erwin takes second in the mile at Max Marr track meet

    BERTHOUD -- Frederick's Chris Erwin finished second in the 1,600-meter run at Saturday's Max Marr Spartan Classic track meet at Berthoud High School.


    Erwin, who just earned a scholarship to attend the Colorado School of Mines, finished the race in a time of 4:39.3. He also took sixth in the 800-meters, posting a time of 2:07.97.

    On the girls side, Jordan Sleeth wound up fourth in 100-meter dash, where her time was 13.18 seconds. Nicole Rawson took eighth in the discus at 93 feet 8 inches.

  • Prep baseball: Tigers nip Warriors in conference rematch

    ERIE — The saying goes that baseball is a game of inches.


    Frederick had a reminder of that axiom Saturday in its game against Erie. The Tigers used a two-run double from Kyle Blunt in the fifth inning to nip the Warriors 2-0.

  • Frederick scoreboard

    Girls soccer

    Frederick beat Berthoud 5-1 on the Warriors' pitch April 16.


    Sam Teller scored all five goals for the Warriors.


    Frederick outlasted Roosevelt 20-10 in Johnstown April 17.

    FHS scored in each of the six innings of the game. The Warriors got themselves some breathing room with a seven-run fifth inning.

  • Therrien, Dufour land postseason basketball honors

    AURORA -- Frederick's Alex Therrien and Alex Dufour earned spots on the second team of all-state boys basketball performers according to chsaanow.com, ColoradoPreps.com and MaxPreps.


    Dufour, a junior, averaged 12 points and four rebounds. Frederick finished 7-16. Therrien, a senior, averaged 15 points and five rebounds for the Warriors. FHS set a school record for wins with 18 and advanced to the second round of the state 4A playoffs.

  • Three Warriors among the best hoops players in Weld County

    GILCREST -- Three members of Frederick's basketball teams were busy March 18 -- playing basketball, of course.


    Shyanna Neu, Alex Therrien and Austin Rivera were among the players from Weld County chosen to participate in the boys and girls all-star games at Valley High School.

  • Erwin, Garland capture titles at Warriors Pow Wow

    FREDERICK -- Frederick's Chris Erwin won the boys 1,600-meter run at Saturday's Frederick Pow Wow Invitational.

    The senior posted a time of 4:54.08. He also turned in a fourth-place finish in the 800-meter run, where his time was 2:15.7.


    Hannah Garland won the girls shot put title. Her best toss was 29 feet. She also took second place in the discus at 94 feet 1 inch. Kelly Aragon was third in the 400-meter dash, posting a time of 1:10.49.

  • State 4A basketball field could shrink in 2015

    AURORA — The Colorado High School Activities Association’s basketball committee is thinking of cutting the state tournament field by a third. This year, 48 teams received invitations. Next year, the number could be 32.

    CHSAA’s legislative council has to approve the change at its meeting at the end of April.

  • Erwin sets school mark at Warriors open track season

    LONGMONT — Frederick senior Chris Erwin got his track season off to a strong start Saturday at the Re-1J meet in Longmont.


    Erwin broke the school record in the 3,200-meter run. His time was 10:05.35, which put him in second place. Teammate Richard Bailey placed ninth in a time of 12:04.95. Coach Thad Lear said the former school record had been in place since 1981.

  • AROUND WELD: Ornelas brings home 220-pound wrestling title for the Bluedevils

    DENVER — It took a rally for Jacob Ornelas to capture his first state wrestling title Saturday night at Pepsi Center.


    That’s exactly what happened. Ornelas threw Brush’s Joe Corwin to the mat with less than 30 seconds to go for the winning points. Ornelas held on for a 6-5 win.

  • Frederick escapes Roughriders with their tough defense

    JOHNSTOWN — Frederick’s Alex Therrien was nursing a banged-up knee and felt rather beat up after the Warriors’ game at Roosevelt Feb. 14.

    But when the game ended, the Warriors had a 64-53 win, and Therrien was very happy.


    Sore. But happy.