High School Sports

  • Baseball camp coming in January

        Gateway High School, 1301 S. Sable Blvd., Aurora, is planning to host a six-week baseball camp starting Jan. 26.
        Classes are available for players in first through 12th grades and are limited to six players per coach. Sessions are available in advanced hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and base running. Proceeds from the program benefit amateur baseball in Aurora. Space is limited. Visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com.

  • Frederick one slot away in 3A football wild-card points standings

    AURORA -- Frederick's football team sits in the 17th position in this week's chsaanow.com wild-card points poll for class 3A. The top 16 teams, including the seven conference winners, earn trips to the state playoffs the second week in November.

    Frederick has 68.571 points, which is about 2 1/2 points in back of Vista Peak Prep and 0.7 of a point ahead of Pueblo East.

    Denver North comes to Frederick for a 7 p.m. game Oct. 25. The Warriors close out the regular season with a home game against Thomas Jefferson at 7 p.m., Nov. 1.

  • Tigers’ early lead holds vs. Warriors

    BROOMFIELD – Meet Mike Lamb, a 5-foot-10-inch, 155-pound sophomore quarterback for Frederick High School, one of three Lambs to have played the position in the past 10 years.
        Lamb threw for 178 yards and four touchdowns Friday night in Frederick’s 39-28 loss at Holy Family.

  • FHS soccer team blanks Mountain View

    FREDERICK -- Frederick's Lucca Saldahna, an exchange student from Brazil, scored his first goal of the season Thursday night, and it was enough to give the Warriors a 1-nil home-field win against Mountain View.


    Saldahna, who is a forward, scored early in the first half, and the Warriors' defense made it stand up for the squad's second win of the season. Goalkeeper Victor Avalos recorded the shutout. He had four saves.

  • Frederick captures fifth straight volleyball win

    FREDERICK -- Frederick beat Skyline 25-20, 25-18, 25-14 Thursday night on the Warriors' floor.


    The win was Frederick's fifth in a row and improved the Warriors' record to 15-5. Skyline fell to 2-14.

    Frederick starts the last week of the regular season at Erie Monday night. The match starts at 6:30 p.m. The 4A regional tournament pairings are due to be released Oct. 27. The tournament is Nov. 2.

  • Wyatt celebrates birthday with a try in Quinnipiac's rugby win

    Ex-Frederick High School student and former Summit High School rugby player Hailey Wyatt had quite the birthday Oct. 14.

    She scored a try for her college rugby team at Quinnipiac College as QC beat the University of Massachusetts 94-5.

  • Frederick getting attention in 3A football poll

    Frederick's four-game winning streak is making some people at chsaanow.com take notice.

    This week's class 3A football poll shows 10 votes for Frederick (5-2) to join the top 10 rankings. Rifle High School holds down the 10th slot in the poll.

    The Warriors will try for their fifth win in a row at 7 p.m., Friday, when they visit Holy Family High School.

  • Frederick inches up the wild-card points race in class 3A football

    AURORA -- Frederick's football team sits in 17th place in the class 3A wild-card points race, according to chsaanow.com.

    Thanks to a 28-14 win at Centaurus Friday night, the Warriors are just .042 of a point out of a playoff spot. The top 16 teams from class 3A, including the seven league champions, advance to the state tournament the second week in November. Frederick is undefeated in class 3A Northern League play.

    The Warriors will try to remain unbeaten at Holy Family Friday night. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

  • Warriors' bats go quiet as softball season ends

    FREDERICK — Frederick’s softball team picked the wrong time for its offense not to be firing on all cylinders.
        The Warriors won one of their three playoff games Saturday, a 13-10 slugfest against Pueblo County. Mountain View beat Frederick 7-1, and Roosevelt rallied late to beat the Warriors 5-3 to end Frederick’s season.

  • Frederick wins fourth football game in a row

    LAFAYETTE -- Frederick beat Centaurus 28-14 Friday night on the Warriors' field. It was the Warriors' fourth win in a row.

    Xavier Lindburg scored two touchdowns for the Warriors. One was a 78-yard run halfway through the first quarter, and the other was a 21-yard run midway through the third quarter. Joe Lopez added a 7-yard run halfway through the second period. Mitchell Held wrapped up the scoring with a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.

    No team stats were available for either squad late Friday night.