High School Sports

  • Rawson snatches fourth place in the discus at BoCo championship track meet

    BROOMFIELD -- Frederick's Nicole Rawson wound up fourth in the girls discus at the Boulder County track championships at Broomfield High School April 19. Her top throw measured 102 feet 2 inches.

    She also took sixth place in the shot put at 29 feet 3 inches.


  • Two Urbans provisionally qualify for NCAA Division II outdoor track meet

    NORWALK, CALIF. - Two former Frederick track-and-field athletes provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division II outdoor track and field meet April 19.

    Alexa Urban finished the 800-meter run in a time of 2:12.88 to finish in 40th place at the Beach Invitational. Her time is the unofficial third-best in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the 21st-fastest in NCAA Division II this season. Several times have yet to be reported from other meets.

  • Frederick scoreboard


    Frederick used a six-run third inning to get past Pueblo Central 12-6 April 22 in Frederick.

    Lane Hiser had three hits and three RBIs. Matt Entrekin had two hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Eric Worley scored three runs, and Ryan Cawthra added three hits, including a double.

    Mitchell Held got the win. He pitched four innings and allowed four hits while striking out two.

  • 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.

  • 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.