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OTSPORTS 3

Vol. 1 Issue 2

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Published September 12, 2013

Dragons Ranked # 4 in 1A 11-Man Lady Buffalos still #1 Sterling softball takes three of four in Berthoud tourney Cover Photo...jerry patterson Caliche’s #4 Taylor Weingardt makes a a save in with Peetz

by Kerry Sherman


1A North Central Volleyball

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Peetz vs Caliche @ NJC Spectacular Peetz @ Weldon Valley 9/5/13 Sets

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Match Summary:

# Peetz 10 Melissa Schumacher 1 Caitlynn Peetz 14 W. Christian 18 Taylor Engelker 23 Mallori Bjerke 25 Jodie Schumacher 5 Morgan Burns 6 Mikenna Curlee 9 Jessica Uhl

S AT 14 11 13 8 - 11 1 - 8 16 5 1 24 11 23 10 5

K 6 1 8 12 10 -

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# Weldon Valley 11 C. Clifford 13 Mickey Kriegh 16 Ally Allen 17 Irma Valle 2 Dusty Speaks 5 Eryah Mora 6 B. Krehmeyer 7 Kiana Sandoval 9 Danea Bender

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S AT 9 7 - 13 9 8 17 23 13 7 - 1 9 30 2 3 8 1

K 4 3 10 2 14 -

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Attacks (AT) Kills (K) Serves (S) Serve Errors (SE) Blocks (B) Digs (D) Assist (A)

Attacks (AT) Kills (K) Serves (S) Serve Errors (SE) Blocks (B) Digs (D) Assist (A)

Mile High Academy vs Briggsdale 9-/6/13 Peetz #9 Jessica Uhl in the match against Caliche at the NJC Spectacular.

North Central Volleyball Week of September 9, 2013

Team Fleming Peetz Pawnee Weldon Valley Prairie Briggsdale

L. 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1

OA 5-2 2-4 4-2 2-6 0-4 3-1

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Campion Tournament Pawnee’s #3 pushed the ball back over the Fleming Lady Wildcats last Friday at Pawnee. Photo by Dorothy Timm

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Fleming @ Pawnee Sept 6,2013 Class 1A Top Ten Volleyball Rankings Week of Sept. 9

1 Caliche 2 Otis 3 Fleming 4 Eads 5 Flagler 6 Stratton 7 Dove Creek 8 Hi-Plains 10 Cheraw

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Lady Bulldogs Runner up at 15th NJC Spectacular

Indians sweep Miami Yoder Tournament Team

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Manzanola 25 25 0 Tournament Stats for Arickaree: Makayla Vick 1 assist (A) , Kiana Kukus 33 serves (S), 7 Kills (K), 8 Digs (D) 1A, Morgan Wright 16s,9k,6d,3a ,Layne Mc- Caleb 17s,2k,6d,7a, Haley Dietz 22s,14k, 6d, Jordan McCraken 31s, 7k,8d,2a, Stormey Powell 12s,2d,1a, Tyann Kitchin 17s,4d, Cheyenne Telck 6s,1k1s, Lynde McCaleb 1k,2s,a, Jasmine Priest 2s,2k,4d,1a.

Otis #33 Lissette Lefforge goes up for a block in the match with Resurrection Christian. (RC) #9 Madison Webb, #2 Maddy McDaniel. (O) Kylee Kuntz. OTsportschek photo

OTsportschek- The YW-KC’s Otis Lady Bulldogs won their pool and then lost to 2A Resurrection Christian in the championsip match. Otis Stats at NJC Spectacular: Kylee Kuntz 61 serves(s), 29 kills(k), 2 blocks (b), 45 digs(d) 63 assist(a), 5 aces, Haley Patterson 55s, 35k,1b, 49d, 6a,12aces, Madison Thompson 1b,1d, Kiley Bowland 33s,5k,5b, 15d,19a, 2aces,

Antonya Schaffert 46s, 29k,5b,30d,3a,5aces, Anna Rhees 48s,30d, 3a, 4aces, Lissette Lefforge 35s, 27k,11b,44d, 4aces. Team

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YW-KC Volleyball Team Idalia Hi-Plains Otis Bethune Arickaree Lone Star

L. 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-2 0-0

OA 2-1 4-0 2-1 0-2 3-3 0-0

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Week of September 9, 2013

Team

Class 1A Top Ten Volleyball Rankings Week of Sept. 9

1 Caliche 2 Otis 3 Fleming 4 Eads 5 Flagler 6 Stratton 7 Dove Creek 8 Hi-Plains 10 Cheraw

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Bethune @ Hi Plains 9/6/13 Sets

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Match Summary:

# Lady Patriots 1 Hanna Herman (Jr) 10 Kearsten Parry (So) 4 Kacy Thomson (Sr) 20 Michaela Keeler (Sr) 3 Brittany Jones (Fr) 4 T. McCaffrey (Sr) 8 Heidi McAuley (Sr

S AT 9 11 - 13 8 7 9 6 11 28 6 1 6 19

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Holyoke Lady Dragons take Heritage Caliche vs Akron @ NJC 9/7/13 Christian Eagles at NJC Spectacular Sets 1 2 3 4 5 F

Holyoke vs Heritage Christian @ NJC 9/7/13 Sets

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Akron Caliche

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# Caliche Lady Buffalos

1 J. Lambrecht (So) 10 Megan Pierce (Sr) 12 Sami Morgan (Sr) 13 Jessica Taylor (Jr) 2 Jenna Zink (Sr) 3 Shayln Johnson (Jr) 4 T. Weingardt (Sr) 5 Rachael Edler (Jr) 8 Leanna LeBlanc (Jr)

AT K 3 0 15 6 20 10 14 3 6 2 15 4 2 0 33 12 0 0

S SE B D A 13 34 13 3 0 0 9 1 7 0 1 0 8 0 7 14 0 10 8 0 14 13 0 11 8 0 10

Attacks (AT) Kills (K) Serves (S) Serve Errors (SE) Blocks (B) Digs (D) Assist (A)

OTsportschek- Last year’s Class 1A State Runner-up, the Caliche Lady Buffalos finished second in their pool behind 2A Resurrection Christian at last Saturday’s NJC Spectacular. The Cougars defeated the Akron Lady Rams in the consolation match 3-0.

Holyoke senior Jacinda Krueger hammers the ball over the net in the match with the Heritage Lady Cougars. Photo by OTsportschek facebook

Heritage Christian couldn’t hold off the Holyoke Lady Dragons at Saturday's NJC Spectacular on Sept 7. The Dragons scored a tight 3-2 triumph over the Eagles. The 2 & 3 Dragons play at 0-6 Wray Eagles on September 14 at Wray.

Photo-Caliche’s #3 Shayln Johnson goes for a kill in the match with Akron at the NJC Spectacular. (C) #5 Rachel Edler, #4 Taylor Weingardt. (A) #10 Lindsey Christensen, #16 Gail Hall. Photo by Otsportchek facebook Photos of match on OTsportschek facebook Like US


1A YW-KC Volleyball

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Lady Tigers win at Ft. Morgan

Patriot League Volleyball September 9, 2013 League Standings

Team Frontier Academy Lyons Sterling Eaton Valley Strasburg Brush University Estes Park Highland Platte Valley

L. 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0

OA 8-1 6-1 5-2 6-2 5-1 3-4 4-6 1-3 4-3 3-3 3-0

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League

5-1 9-0 7-0 6-1 6-1 8-1 5-3 5-2 3-2 6-1

1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0

The Lady Tigers won the match on Sept. 5, 3-0 (2516, 25-19, 25-8) Shayla Klein had 5 K’s in the match. Photo - Sterling #12 Klein going going for the kill in the match with Ft. Morgan. Photo by Cindy Schneider.

More photos on Otsportchek facebook #1 Ranked Valley @ #8 Sterling on Tuesday, Sept. 17

DIG IT!

Brush vs Estes Park @ Ft Morgan Classic Brush Estes

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The Lady Beetdiggers went 3 &1 at the FT. Morgan Classic. Brush 2, Weldon Valley 0, Brush 2, Yuma 0 Brush 2, Estes Park 0, Brush 1, Mountain Valley 2

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Sterling vs Durango @ Silver Creek Tournament Sets

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Sterling Durango

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# Lady Tigers 1 S. Burkholder (Jr) 12 Shayla Klein (Jr) 13 Sierra Ourada (Sr) 2 Kylie Chavez (Fr) 3 Emma Scholz (Jr) 4 Emily Werner (Jr) 5 M. Chrisman (Jr) 6 Daria Kramer (Jr) 7 Kayla Smock (Jr) 8 Alex Masters (Sr)

Top Ten Volleyball Rankings

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The Lady Tigers were 2 & 2 at the Silver Creek Tournament. Sterling 3, D’Evelyn 2 - Sterling 0, Roosevelt 2, Sterling 0, Cheyenne Mtn. 2 - Sterling 2. Durango 0.

Class 3A Max Preps Team 1 Valley 2 Manitou Springs 3 Coal Ridge 4 Eaton 5 Bayfield 6 Frontier Academy 7 Gunnison 8 Sterling 9 Holy Family 10 Olath

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# Lady Beetdiggers 1 Shelby Wolever (Jr) 10 Allyson Pabst (Sr) 12 Ellie Monarch (Sr) 13 Laura Lynch (Sr) 14 Lexi Garcia (Sr) 4 Bailey Foibles (So) 5 Hanna White (Sr) 6 Whitney Mount (Jr) 8 Emma Mortensen (Jr) 9 Mollie White (Sr)

S 7 1 3 3 3 0 1 0 4 0

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Attacks (AT) Kills (K) Serves (S) Serve Errors (SE) Blocks (B) Digs (D) Assist (A)

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Colorado 7 Volleyball

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Ft Morgan Lady Mustang Volleyball Fort Morgan @ Erie

8/29/13

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Match Summary:

# Lady Mustangs 1 M. Brashears (Jr) 10 Karli Baker (So) 11 Nicole Kauffman 15 Ashley Lauck (Jr) 16 Lia Shaver (Jr) 2 Maddy Linton (Jr) 3 Karly Pflager (So) 4 Brianna Frick (Sr) 8 Haley Harden (Sr) 9 Isabelle Garver (Jr)

AT 3 12 2 4 3 3 8 13

K 6 2 1 6

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Attacks (AT) Kills (K) Serves (S) Serve Errors (SE) Ace Blocks (B) Digs (D) Assist (A)

Lady Mustang Volleyball Sept. 21

Above Photo - Fort Morgan’s Isabelle Garver goes up for a K in the match with Sterling on September 5. Right Side Photo - Fort Morgan’s #2 Maddy Linton and & 4 Brianna Frick go up for a block in the match with Sterling Photo by Cindy Schneider

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4A Colorado 7 Volleyball League Standings

Team Fort Lupton Fort Morgan Weld Central Elizabeth Skyview Englewood Vista Peak

L. 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

OA 9-1 2-4 3-0 6-1 5-3 2-7 3-7

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OA 8-0 7-0 7-1 6-1 6-1 4-0 5-1 5-1 6-1 5-1

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6 North Plains Football

6 North Plains Preview & Review

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Fleming @ Pawnee Sept. 6, 2013 Fleming Wildcats

Pawnee Coyotes

Class 1A 6-Man Football Rankings Week of September 9, 2013

The Fleming Wildcats won on the road at Pawnee dominating North Park, By Kerry Sherman The North Division 61-14. The Bulldogs led looks to be anyone's for that one 49-8 at the half. the taking, as four teams Peetz will try to remain are 1-0 in league play at perfect on the season this point. Peetz and when it travels to Pawnee Briggsdale are both 2-0 on Friday, while North overall, with each earning Park will host Fleming on a league win, while Saturday. Fleming won a Fleming and Prairie are high scoring 56-44 deciboth 1-1 on the season. sion over Pawnee last Weldon Valley and week, thanks in part to a North Park are both 1-1, 28-12 second quarter as well, but the lone loss advantage. A week after for both came inside the being held to 214 yards offense by league. Pawnee, who of Liberty/Stratton, the some thought might be a dark horse, is already on Wildcats amassed 457 the verge of being elimi- against the Coyotes. nated from contention, at Briggsdale continued its 0-2, both overall and nice start to the season by rolling Flagler, 66-20 last inside the division. Peetz picked up its Friday. The Falcons have league win last week by

56-44 last Friday night. Photo by Dorothy Timm outscored their first two ball well, to, amassing opponents by a tally of just short of 300 yards in 112-40. Next up is a road the game. Prairie hosts trip to Weldon Valley on Otis on Friday in what Friday. The Warriors are could be one of the more stinging a bit after last entertaining contests of week's 52-8 loss to the week. The Bulldogs Prairie. The Mustangs tallied 317 yards on just racked up 499 yards of 22 plays in last week's offense in the contest. 60-15 win at GenoaWeldon Valley moved the Hugo/Karval.

1A 6-North Plains Football League Standings

Team Prairie Peetz Briggsdale Fleming Weldon Valley North Park Pawnee

L. 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 010-2

OA 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-2

1. Liberty/Stratton 2. Arickaree 3.Peetz 4 Hi Plains 5 Kit Carson 6 Briggsdale 7 Hanover 8 Eads

9 Otis 10 Prairie

Key Matchups this week

#1 Stratton at #8 Eads #9 Otis at #10 Prairie


1A 6 Central

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6 Central Football Review & Review

Otis’ #7 Terry Nation turns the corner in the game with Genoa/Hugo Karvel on Sept. 6. The Bulldogs won the game 52-14

By Kerry Sherman Two teams appear to be on a collision course in the Central Division, as Arickaree and Hi-Plains have dominated their opposition in the first two weeks of the season. There is a good likelihood that the division title will be on the line when the two meet on Oct.4. Arickaree ran its way past Idalia last Friday, 5420, leading 40-6 at the half. Kyle Leoffler continued his strong start to the season, rushing for 231 yards and five scores on just 10 carries. The Indians will travel to Bethune on Friday to face the Bobcats, who fell to 11 on the season after losing to Hi-Plains, 62-20 last Friday. Idalia visits a surprising Kit Carson squad on Friday. The Wildcats, who were on

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60-15. The Bulldogs first three touchdowns in that contest were contributed by the defense and special teams. Otis is 1-1 in league play now, and the Bulldogs will step out of the division on Friday when they visit a solid Prairie squad. Looming on the horizon is a matchup with Hi-Plains.

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1A 6-Central Football League Standings Team Arickaree Bethune Hi-Plains Genoa/Hugo Otis Idalia

L. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

OA 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

Class 1A Top TenFootball Rankings Weel of September 9 1. Liberty/Stratton 7 Hanover 2. Arickaree 8 Eads 3.Peetz 9 Otis 4 Hi Plains 10 Prairie 5 Kit Carson Key match up for Week 2 6 Briggsdale #1 Stratton at #8 Eads #9 Otis at #10 Prairie

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Haxtun Defense @ Granada Solo 2 2 5 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 0

Athlete 12 G. Chapdelaine 23 Caleb Andersen 33 Jake Gerk 36 Rece Coffin 45 Bryce Bivins 48 Alan Michael 51 Nick Duvall 69 Tyler Horalek 73 Levi Davis 88 Wyatt Workman 89 Lane Anderson

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1A 8-North Plains Week of September 9, 2013

Akron QB Jared Clarkson handing off to Levi Hottinger in the game with Fowler. (A) #39 Riley Samber, #50 Kordell Kraich. (F) #10 Tate Hershey. Courtesy Photo.

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By Kerry Sherman After an opening weekend in which the Plains Division had a stellar 6-1 mark in non-league games (Dayspring Christian played in zero week), the competition caught up last weekend. Three teams were handed defeats by non-league foes, and one other had to work overtime to get a win. The game of the week took

place in Fowler, where the Grizzlies nearly knocked off Akron. The Rams lost one of their key defensive players, Garret Basler, in the contest and the Grizzlies exploited his absence. The teams were tied at 42 at the end of regulation, and the Rams got the win after punching one into the end zone, 48-42. Continued on page 13

Team Caliche Daysprings Akron SedgCo Haxtun Merino

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Class 1A 8-Man Football Rankings Week of September 9, 2013 1. Hoehne 2. Akron 3. Dayspring Christian 4. Simla 5. Caliche

6. Sangre de Cristo 7. Kiowa 8, Fowler 9. Granada 10. Vail Christian


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North Central Football

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Dragons ranked #4 in 1A 11-Man 11-Man North Central Week of September 9, 2013

Team Holyoke Wiggins Cornerstone Christian Resurrection Christian Wray Yuma Highland

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OA 2-0 2-0 3-0 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-2

Max Preps Top Ten Class 1A 11-Man Football Week of Sept. 9, 2013 1.Buena Vista 2 Limon 3 Paonia 4 Holyoke 5 Cedaredge

6 Hotchkiss 7 Monte Vista 8 Crowley County 9 Wiggins 10 Meeker

Holyoke @ St. Francis 9-6-13 Yuma’s #32 Roel Coardona carries the ball in the game with Lyons on Sept. 6. Photo by Tim Sprouse from outside of Colorado Christian, 7-6, thanks to a momentum from that vicBy Kerry Sherman It is time for the North last week and the stingy defense that only tory, and the home-field Central to begin league Dragons handled St. allowed 167 yards of advantage (they will be play. Holyoke, Wiggins Francis, KS by a 28-8 total offense. Things honoring the 1993 state and Cornerstone count. The Dragons were could get real interesting championship team) will Christian all escaped the powered by a balanced this week, as the Tigers be enough to keep the early non-league portion rushing attack, with three visit Resurrection Indians win-less, at least of their schedules backs gaining at least 81 Christian. The Cougars for one more week. Yuma unscathed, while yards. Add in a 60-yard held a 15-13 lead over dominated the statistical Resurrection Christian TD pass from Trevor Fort Lupton at halftime battle with Lyons last and Wray each suffered a Dalton and the Indians last week, but saw it slip week, but turnovers kept loss at the hands of a were off-balance all away in the third. The the Indians from being tough opponent from night. Next up for the Loveland-based squad able to finish drives, as Class 2A. Yuma and Dragons will be a will be looking to get they fell 23-14. Highland are each 0-2 on Highland squad that was back on track after the Cornerstone Christian the season, but the dominated by Estes Park, 20-15 loss. has the week off, having Indians did put quite a 44-20. The Huskies The battle for Yuma played three times scare into top-ranked scored 14 points in the County bragging rights already this season. The Limon two weeks ago, so fourth quarter of that con- will be played this week- Bulldogs are 3-0 on the they don't figure to be an test. end as Wray and Yuma season, but the combined easy "W" for future oppo- Wiggins may not have will duke it out for the record of their opponents been as dominant in Harvest Cup. After a is just 1-5. We should nents. Holyoke took on its sec- building its 2-0 record, week one loss to Brush, learn a lot more about the ond consecutive team but the Tigers are still the Eagles got a hard- Bulldogs when they proving to be a tough fought win over return to the field next team to beat. They got Burlington, 19-14, last Friday, at Holyoke. past Front Range week. They hope that the

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Game Summary: Holyoke Dragons- (Passing) Trevor Dalton 8 of 12 ior 103-yds. (Rushing) Nick Ortner 1 fpr 4-yds Bradley Cumming 15 for 86-yds, Dylon Kotch 16 for 95-yds, Saul Ramos 10 for 81-yds. (Receiving) Logan Tharp 2 for 59-yds, Tanner Smith 2 for 38yds. Bradley Cumming 1 fore 2-yds, Dylon Kotch 1 for 4-yds. Dylon Kotch led the Dragons in Tackles with 6 solo and 7 assist.

Front Range @ Wiggins 9-6-13 Quarters

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Game Summary: Wiggins Defense Solo (S) Assist (A) Total (T) # Player SAT 1 Austin Dinis (So) 3 1 4 10 Mario Saldana (Sr) 1 1 11 Terran Freauff (Sr) 2 1 3 19 Taylor Rider (Jr) 1 1 2 27 Corey Ritchey (Sr) 2 2 4 32 Blake Ferris (Fr) 11

# Players SAT 51 Tucker Baker (So) 3 1 4 57 Tyson Thompson (Sr) 1 2 3

6 Kolvyn Baesler (Sr) 2 2 4 70 Steven Leon (Sr) 3 1 4 71 Dalton Risner (Sr) 6 2 8 9 Skyler Collins (Sr) 3 1 4


2A Patriot League Baker returns punt for TD Passing Player in game with Mustangs

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FB -Mountain View @ Sterling 9-6-13 Quarters

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Mountain View Adam’s Baumann was 8 0f 19 for 160 yds. and rushed for 85 yds on 8 carries.

2A Patriot Week of September 9, 2013

Team Strasburg Brush Fort Lupton University Platte Valley Sterling Eaton Valley

Randy Baker rushed for 84-yds on 13 carriers and had a punt return for a TD for the Beetdiggers in the game with Ft. Morgan. Photo by Cindy Schneider

Patriot League Review and Preview By Kerry Sherman As week three rolls around, Patriot League teams start to turn their focus to league

play. However, the league did pretty well in the final weekend of non-league action, going 5-2. Brush,

L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Strasburg, Fort Lupton, University and Platte Valley all picked up wins, while Sterling and Valley both suffered defeats. Eaton, having already played twice, thanks to a zero week contest, had the weekend off.

Brush

The Brush Beetdiggers used a fourth quarter touchdown to defeat their incounty rivals from Fort Morgan, 22-14, last Friday. Kyle Rosenbrock racked up 168 yards on the ground on just eight carries. That total was aided by a 90-yard

OA 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-1 0-2

scamper. As a team, the Beetdiggers tallied 326 yards on the ground.

Sterling

Sterling was victimized by the big play in a 28-0 loss to Mountain View. The Tigers gave up touchdowns covering 66, 53, 34 and 24 yards in the loss to the Mountain Lions. Mountain View rolled up over 300 yards rushing in the contest. This week, Brush travels to Eaton, University visits Valley, Sterling hosts Platte Valley, and Strasburg hosts Fort Lupton.

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COMP ATT YDS TD INT LNG 4 Kyle Rosenbrock 3 10 39 0 1 27

Rushing Player 4 Kyle Rosenbrock 15 Michael Gutierrez 22 Eddie Erives 24 Randy Baker Team Totals

CAR YDS 8 164 10 68 5 10 13 84 36 326

AVG LNG TD 20.50 90 1 6.80 28 2.00 8 6.46 20 1 9.06 90 2

Receiving Player 9 Jake Brown 20 Niko Guzman

REC YDS AVG LNG TD 2 12 6 9 1 27 27 27

FB -Brush @ Ft. Morgan 9/6/13 Quarters

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Class 2A Max Preps Top Ten Week of September 9, 2013 Team 1 Platte Valley 2 Kent Denver 3 Florence 4 Brush 5 La Junta 6 Strasburg 7 Fort Lupton 8 Eaton 9 Manitou Springs 10 Faith Christian

OA 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

League 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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3A/4A Metro East

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Bohm rushes for 126-yds in game with Beetdiggers Fort Morgan, Elizabeth and Skyview joining Englewood atop the standings at 1-1. Fort Morgan came up short in its upset bid against Brush, falling 22-14 to the Beetdiggers. The Mustangs led 7-0 early, but Brush scored twice in the second quarter to grab a 14-0 half-

time edge. Fort Morgan had tied it up heading into the fourth, but Brush got into the end zone and that was the difference. Jared Bohm ground out 126 yds. on 26 carries for the Mustangs. The Mustangs will be home again this Friday night as they take on a 2-0 Thompson Valley .

3A/4A Metro East Footbal League Standings

Team Ft. Morgan Elizabeth Englewood Skyview Well Central Vista Prep

Ft. Morgan’s Kyle Daniels returns the ball for 32-yds. on a kick return. Photo by Cindy Schneider

By Kerry Sherman It was a tough week for the Metro-East League as all but one team were handed losses. The Englewood Pirates picked up a non-

league win over Arvada, 3118, to keep the league from being blanked last weekend. No team in the league is currently over .500, with continued next column

L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

OA 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-2

Player 6 Joey Schneider

COMP ATT YDS TD INT LNG 2 13 26

Rushing Player CAR YDS 22 Jose Faudoa (Sr) 4 4 25 Jared Bohm (Sr) 26 126 32 Toby McBride 12 65

AVG LNG TD 1.00 5.25 5.42

Receiving Player 10 Austin Kosman 15 Eric Kembel

REC YDS AVG LNG TD 1 18 18 1 8 8

Class 3A Max Preps Top Ten Football Rankings

FB - Brush @ Ft. Mogran 9-6-13 Quarters

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Team 1 Rifle 2 Silver Creek 3. Discovery Canyon 4 Holy family 5 Roosevelt 6 Eagle Valley 7 Cororado 8 Conifer 9 Palisade 10Lutheran Parker

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Akron’s #28 Garret Basler hauls in a pass in the game with Fowler. (F) #34 Gameron Sabbagh. Photo by Stephanie Clarkson . Basler is expected back this the win last week against week, but he may not be Boise City, OK. needed as the team hosts Sedgwick County held a 123 halftime lead on Norwood Belleview Christian. Caliche kept its top-5 rank- last Saturday, but it went ing intact by shutting out downhill once the second Antonito on Saturday, 46-0. half started. The Mavericks In the process, the Buffs scored 22 second half points gave their head coach, Paul to defeat the Cougars, 25-12. Zink, his 50th win. Assistant Sedgwick County will host a coaches, Chris Roth and Lou Cheyenne Wells team that Gonzales, have been with has been up-and-down Zink for the entire journey. through the first two weeks The Buffs will travel out of of play. The Tigers were state this Friday, as they visit blasted 54-8 by McClave in their opener, but bounced Potter-Dix, NE. After having last week off, back to take down MiamiDayspring Christian will Yoder, 46-14 last week. return to action on Friday Merino has seen just about with a road trip to face everything possible go Sargent. The Farmers had against it in the first two started the season 2-0, but games of the year. The Rams they saw a 30-28 halftime gave up 32 second half deficit against Dove Creek points to Sargent in week get away from them last one to lose that contest and Friday. The Bulldogs last Friday, they had to wait outscored Sargent 26-8 in through a power outage, that the second half to earn the had the teams still on the field after 11 pm. Simla led win. Haxtun dropped a tough road that contest 20-0 heading game at Granada on Friday, into the fourth, but the Rams 51-26. The Bobcats scored tried to mount a furious the first two touchdowns of comeback. They closed to the game and never really within one score, but came looked back. The Bulldogs up short, losing 20-14. The will try to get back to their Rams will visit a Kiowa winning ways on Saturday team that has bounced back when they host another from its zero week loss to Southeast Colorado pro- Dayspring Christian to hamgram, Walsh. The Eagles are mer its last two opponents, 1-1 on the season, picking up 96-7.

OVER

TIME Over Time

Ft. Morgan 1, Sterling 1

6 Manuel Escalera and Sterling’s #3Jesse Lindstadt go after the ball in the match at Ft. Morgan on Sept. 5. Photo by Cindy Schneider Team Sterling Ft. Morgan

1 2 F 0 1 1 1 0 1

Sterling 10 Fidel Ochoa 4 Ryan Boyer 1Goal 7 A. Fernandez 9 Michael Agyeman

Goaltending

# Player Saves 31 Cody Sonnenberg 6

Ft. Morgan 11 Gabriel Torres 13 Mario Martinez 15 Carlos Urbina 16 Juan Lopez 20 Bryan Sibrian 5 F. Gonzalez 6 Manuel Escalera 1 Goal

Goaltending # Player 1 Juan Ortiz

Saves 9

Sterling softball takes three of four in Berthoud tourney By Kerry Sherman Last weekend saw a number of great softball tournaments across the landscape, but one of the most loaded fields participated in the Berthoud Spartan Invitational. Five of the twelve teams in the field are currently ranked and two others are just outside the top-10 of their respective classes. Sterling, ranked #3 in Class 3A, had a successful run in the event, finishing at 3-1. Sterling opened things with a 15-6 win over Mesa Ridge, capitalizing on six errors by the Lady Grizzlies. Kylie Ross was the beneficiary of the offensive explosion, as the soph-

omore earned the win by going the full five innings, striking out three and walking three. Next up was an 11-1 win over Green Mountain. Sterling had big outputs in the third and fourth innings, as the Lady Tigers pushed across nine runs over those two frames. Dallas Magnusson earned the win, despite giving up four walks. The Lady Tigers returned to the field on Saturday morning and they faced the host Spartans, who are ranked #7 in Class 4A this week. Berthoud snapped Sterling's five-game winning streak, handing the Lady Tigers a 12-1 loss. It was their first defeat since a

7-0 loss at Strasburg back on Aug. 24. Sterling got right back on the winning track, handling Widefield, 10-0, to close out the event. Magnusson picked up her second win of the weekend, recording 10 strikeouts along the way. Sterling will be tested by the remainder of their schedule, as every team they will play is either ranked or just outside of the rankings. The Lady Tigers have two left with #2 Valley, one against top-ranked Strasburg, one with #7 Eaton, one against #10 Brush and two against Platte Valley, who almost cracked the top-10 this week.


Sports Schedule for Week of September 9, 2013 FOOTBALL

THURSDAY, SEPT 12 Colo. D & B @ Cotopaxi FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 Thomp. Valley @ Ft. Morgan Brush @ Eaton Platte Valley @ Sterling Yuma @ Wray Wiggins @ Res. Christian Highland @ Holyoke Cornerstone Christian - Bye Burlington @ Beaver OK Bellview Christian @ Akron Day. Christian @ Sargent Merino @ Kiowa Cheyenne Wells @ SedgCo Potter Dix @ Caliche Walsh @ Haxtun (Sept. 14) Antonito @ Granadqa Fleming @ North Park Briggsdale @ Weldon Valley Peetz @ Paenee Otis @ Prairie Genoa Hugo @ Hi Plains Arickaree @ Bethune Idalia @ Kit Carson Liberty/Stratton @ Eads Cheraw @ Primero Deer Trail @ Flagler SATURDAY, SEPT 14 Hanover @ Moun.Valley

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VOLLEYBALL

TUESDAY, SEPT. 10 Brush @ Lyons University @ Sterling Merino @ Yuma Brulington @ Goodlan Flagler @ Simla Lib/Stratton @ Hi-Plains Arickaree 2 Lone Star Caliche @ Fleming Wray @ Chase County Wiggins @ SedgCo Arickaree @ Lone Star WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11 Caliche @ Long. Christian THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 Ft. Morgan @ Brush Limon @ Flagler Lib/Stratton @ Deer Trail Idalia @ Haxtun Prairie @ Pawnee Fleming @ Peetz Sterling @ Weld Central Creek Valley @ SedgCo Flagler @ Limon FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 Burligton @ Akron Idalia @ Kit Carson Arickaree @ Bethune Peetz @ Pawnee Otis @ Prairie Briggsdale @ Weldon V. Merino @ Kiowa Lib/Stratton @ Eads Flagler @ Deer Trail SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 Prairie @ Brush Holyoke @ Wray Hi-Plains @ Geona/Hugo

SOFTBALL

TUESDAY, SEPT.10Faith Christain @ Brush THURSDAY. SEP. 12Limon @ Akron Brush @ Platte Valley SATURDAY SEPT. 14Brush @ Eaton Holyoke @ Wray Burlington @ Akron Sterling @ Valley

SOCCER

MONDAY, SEPT. 9 Ft. Morgan @ Roosevelt TUESDAY, SEPT. 10 Liberty Com. @ Sterling THURSDAY, SEPT 12Berthoud @ Fort Morgan Eagle Ridge @ Sterling

College Football Friday, Sept 13 Saturday, Sept 14 Cal Poly @ CSU 1:30 pm Fresno State @ CU 2 pm UNC @ Wyoming 2pm

Denver Broncos Sunday, Sept.15 @ NY Giants 2pm

Colorado Rockies SEP 9-11 @ Giants SEP 13-15 @ D Back

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