Today's Sports

  • Volleyball: BHS claims city...

    Brighton rolled to a 25-17, 25-21, 25-17 home-floor win against rival Prairie View Sept. 27.

    No stats were immediately available.

    "This was a solid team effort and the girls played hard," BHS coach Meghan Law said.

    BHS improves to 3-11 this season, while the T-Hawks fall to 2-8.


  • Football: Fairview blanks PVHS,...



    By Jonathan Maness

    Sports Correspondent

    HENDERSON – Prairie View quarterback Kierre Cazenave drug himself off the ground just inches from the end zone after scampering 45 yards late in Friday’s game– just to take the long walk back to midfield due to a penalty.

  • PV stumbles, loses 3-1 at Adams...

    COMMERCE CITY –  Prairie View soccer coach Ryan Haas wasn’t too happy with his team’s effort in a 3-1 loss at Adams City Sept. 22.

    But he’s pleased with the way his team has progressed since the beginning of the season.

  • Softball: Brighton keeps rolling

                Brighton’s first sound of offense against Prairie View Sept. 24 was a Courtney Beck home run in the second inning.

  • Cross country: PVHS'...

    Prairie View's Alexx Mcmillan and Antonio Salcido were their respective teams' top finishers at the John Martinez Mercury Classic Sept. 22 at the Adams County Fairgrounds.

    Mcmillan finished in a time of 21:08, which put her in fifth place. Salcido finished fourth in a time of 18:03. 

    The rest of the top-five girls finishers for PVHS were Kasia Poulson (sixth, 21:30), Bethani Hartman (seventh, 21:35), Bayleigh Pacheco (14th, 24:08) and Myia Morales (17th, 24:29)

  • John Martinez Mercury Classic:...

    Brighton Chase Weliever (first place) and Kiran Green (second place) turned in their respective teams' top performances at the John Martinez Mercury Classic Sept. 22 at the Adams County Fairgrounds.

    Weliever's time was 17 minutes flat, while Green posted a time of 19:59.

    Other BHS boys finishers in the team's top five were Tyler Zirker (fifth, 18:22), Chase Addison (seventh, 18:30), Joshua Bowers (eighth, 18:31) and Isaac Wagner (11th, 18:44).

  • Progress in progress for BHS...

    Brighton’s football team came thisclose to knocking off Heritage, the fifth-rated team in class 4A according to the most recent chsaanow.com poll, Sept. 16 at homecoming. 

    The Eagles won 23-16, but only after a last-second pass sailed out of the end zone.

  • Golf: Prep seasons come to an...

    No one from Brighton or Prairie View high schools qualified for next week's state 5A golf tournament.

    Hunter Nicholas of the ThunderHawks came the closest. The T-Hawks were in the Northern Regional at Saddle Rock Golf Course in Aurora. Nicholas, who finished with a 12-over par 84, was in a six-way tie for the last qualifying spot. He missed out by one shot.

    "The boys had a tough day on a tough course, it was disappointing," PVHS coach John Layton said. 

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard – Sept. 28


    Eagle Ridge won its third straight match Sept. 27, a 7-3 decision over Thorncreek Christian School. Samuel Pearse scored three times. Juan Maldonado, Sebastian Soltero, Gabriel Vasquez and Kristopher Pajka scored the remaining goals.

    Mark Roenicke and Nick Kupin scored the Crusaders' goals.

  • Prairie View scoreboard -- Sept...


    Prairie View started a new win streak Sept. 27 in a big way.

    The T-Hawks scored 22 runs in the first inning and beat Aurora Central 24-0 at Prairie View. Jazmin Neal had four RBIs. She, Brooklyn Trujillo, Danielle Woolsey, Sarah Stamps, Haley Morgan, Delaney Woolsey and Camryn Mullen had two hits. Trujillo threw a one-hitter.