http://www.thebrightonblade.com/sports/rss.xml en Into the pool http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/pool <img src="http://www.thebrightonblade.com/sites/www.thebrightonblade.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/sb_sp_bhsswim1_011817_0.jpg" alt="Brighton&#039;s Sam Chacon prepares to hit the water during a dual swim meet against Northglenn/Thornton Jan. 12 in Thornton. BHS won the meet 103-82." title="Brighton&#039;s Sam Chacon prepares to hit the water during a dual swim meet against Northglenn/Thornton Jan. 12 in Thornton. BHS won the meet 103-82." align="left" hspace="6" width="129" height="85" /> Two ThunderHawks' wrestlers place at weekend tournament http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/two-thunderhawks-wrestlers-place-weekend-tournament <img src="http://www.thebrightonblade.com/sites/www.thebrightonblade.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/wrestling_pv_photo1.jpg" alt="Prairie View’s 160-pound wrestler Mitchell Bond flips over Coronado’s Anthony Arellano-Grandy during Saturday’s Colfax Smackdown Tournament at Denver East High School. Bond won the match by pinning Arellano in the third." title="Prairie View’s 160-pound wrestler Mitchell Bond flips over Coronado’s Anthony Arellano-Grandy during Saturday’s Colfax Smackdown Tournament at Denver East High School. Bond won the match by pinning Arellano in the third." align="left" hspace="6" width="101" height="85" /><p> <strong>DENVER &ndash;</strong> Two Prairie View wrestlers placed at the ninth annual Colfax Smackdown tournament at Denver East High School.</p> <p> The two were Mitchell Bond (fourth at 160 pounds) and Theo Glassman (third at 220 pounds).</p> <p> PVHS finished ninth in the team standings with 11 points.</p> Eagle Ridge scoreboard – Jan. 15 http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/eagle-ridge-scoreboard-%E2%80%93-jan-15 <p> <strong>Boys basketball</strong></p> <p> Jefferson Academy beat Eagle Ridge 69-42 Jan. 10 in Broomfield. Joel Mendoza paced the Warriors with 17 points. Krystian Collins was next with nine.</p> <p> No stats were available for the Jaguars.</p> <p> Denver West topped the Warriors 51-47 in overtime Jan. 12. Arik Ringsby had 10 points for ERA. David Carlton, Trent Sparks, Joel Mendoza and Krystian Collins had eight points. No stats were available for the Cowboys.</p> <p> The Vanguard School beat ERA 75-41 Jan. 14. Krystian Collins had 14 points for the Warriors.</p> Prairie View scoreboard -- Jan. 13 http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/prairie-view-scoreboard-0 <p> <b>Boys basketball</b></p> <p> Kam Vincel scored 30 points, but it wasn&#39;t enough to get Prairie View a win in a non-conference game against Lincoln High School.</p> <p> The Lancers beat the T-Hawks 83-57 Jan. 9 in Brighton. Alfredo Chaucer had 19 points for LHS. Umar Jalloh added 15.</p> <p> Vincel had 28 points in the T-Hawks&#39; game against Castle View. But the Sabercats came away with a 62-51, home-floor win Jan. 10.</p> Brighton HS scoreboard Jan. 15 http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/brighton-hs-scoreboard-jan-15 <img src="http://www.thebrightonblade.com/sites/www.thebrightonblade.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/gbball_bhsvsadch_photo1.jpg" alt="Brighton&#039;s Chloe Doyle, right dives for the ball as Adams City&#039;s Jasmine Vasquez, middle, looks for an open teammate while Brighton&#039;s Jessica Baker tries to grab the ball during Friday night&#039;s game at Adams City High School." title="Brighton&#039;s Chloe Doyle, right dives for the ball as Adams City&#039;s Jasmine Vasquez, middle, looks for an open teammate while Brighton&#039;s Jessica Baker tries to grab the ball during Friday night&#039;s game at Adams City High School." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> <strong>Girls basketball</strong></p> <p> Brighton stopped Douglas County 57-51 on the Huskies&#39; floor Jan. 9. No stats were available for either team.</p> <p> BHS made it two in a row with a 55-47 win at Rock Canyon Jan. 10. Kaylah Lewis scored 25 points to lead the Bulldogs. No stats were available for RCHS.</p> <p> Faye Muller&#39;s debut as the head coach of Adams City&#39;s girls basketball team didn&#39;t go well.</p> <p> Brighton beat the Eagles 57-26 in Commerce City Jan. 13. Kaylah Lewis had 16 points to pace BHS. No stats were available for ACHS.</p> Brighton athletic schedule -- Jan. 13 http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/brighton-athletic-schedule-april-16-0 <p> Here is today&#39;s sports schedule ..</p> <p> <strong>Girls basketball: </strong>Brighton @ Adams City, 7 p.m.</p> <p> <strong>Boys basketball:</strong> Adams City @ Brighton, 7 p.m.</p> PVHS-Fairview boys basketball postponed http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/pvhs-fairview-boys-basketball-postponed <p> There was no boys basketball game between Prairie View and Fairview high schools Jan. 5. The storm that dumped 6 inches of snow and made travel treacherous in the area was the cause.</p> <p> There&#39;s no word on a make-up date.</p> Snow wipes out BHS basketball doubleheader http://www.thebrightonblade.com/content/snow-wipes-out-bhs-basketball-doubleheader <p> The basketball doubleheader between Brighton and Douglas County high schools was postponed because of snow Jan. 5.</p> <p> BHS athletic director Ty Gordon said the two schools will play the games later in the season.</p> <p> Officials are working on getting the sold tickets to the will-call counter so that people can watch the Denver Nuggets play San Antonio. Tip time is 7 p.m.<span _fck_bookmark="1" id="cke_bm_86E" style="display: none;">&nbsp;</span></p>