Sports Briefs

  • Brighton Sports Scoreboard, Sept. 18


    Brighton High School swept to a three-set win against Mountain Range Sept. 10.

    “The team had a great night coming out strong from the start and all girls contributed,” BHS coach Meghan Law said. 

    No stats were immediately available for either team.


    Junior striker Andree Salazar scored both goals for Brighton as the Bulldogs beat Mountain View 2-1 Sept. 10 in heavy rain.

  • Prairie View soccer all-conference

        Prairie View goalkeeper Rachel Rawlins, defender Karissa Johnson and midfielder Jenia Crail were first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference selections this season.
        Daly Miller was the lone second-team pick. The ThunderHawks advanced to the state 5A playoffs for the first time and finished with a 9-7 record.


  • Competitive softball team needs players

        The Colorado Intensity Softball program in Commerce City is looking for 9- and 10-year-old girls to play on a second-year, 10U team in USSSA, ASA and Triple Crown tournaments in the 2011 season as well as a competitive doubleheader league. Call 303-229-4848.

  • Junior cross country

        CENTENNIAL – The Platte River Track Club qualified for the regional Junior Olympic cross country meet in Arizona.