Today's Sports

  • EMAC league track meet results...

    WESTMINSTER – Here are the area results from the first day of the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference track-and-field meet at District 12 Stadium.



    High jump: 2. Myracle Sadie Fielding, PVHS, 4 feet 10 inches. 6. Sierra Edelen, BHS, 4-4. 7. Amber Ryan, BHS, 4-4.

    Long jump: 1. Kiana Gomez, BHS, 17-3 1/2. 3. Caelyn Gomez, BHS, 15-6 1/2. 7. A. Ryan, BHS, 14-5 1/2. 

  • Girls tennis update: BHS'...

    DENVER – Brighton's Kristen Torres is the only Bulldogs' player still alive at the regional tennis tournament at City Park.

    Torres, who plays No. 3 singles, won her first consolation round match May 4.

  • Baseball: PVHS rallies late,...

    Prairie View scored its runs in one inning and beat cross-town rival Brighton 4-2 on the T-Hawks' field May 3.

    It was Prairie View's second lifetime win in the series and fifth straight win of the season. The win gives the T-Hawks the inside track to the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference title. PVHS is 9-6, 7-0 in the conference. BHS falls to 9-7, 6-2 in conference play.

  • PVHS happy to accept a state...

    At one time this season, Prairie View's girls soccer team was starting up to seven freshmen on its 11-person squad.

    But there the ThunderHawks were April 28, in a position to win the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference title outright and secure a higher draw in the upcoming state playoffs.

  • BHS aims for playoff bounce

    Now that Brighton’s girls soccer team has city supremacy in hand – and an Eastern Metro Athletic Conference regular-season title, too – the Bulldogs hope there will be some extra push to their seeding for the upcoming state 5A tournament.

    Starting play this week, BHS is 11-3 overall and 8-1 in the EMAC, One, non-league game remains. It’s at 5 p.m., May 5, against Wheat Ridge at Lakewood Memorial Field, West 10th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood.

  • Girls soccer: Brighton nips...

    Brighton's Rachel Polliard scored in the 36th minute of play April 28, and that was enough to give the Bulldogs a 1-0, home-field win against rival Prairie View.

    Polliard got behind the ThunderHawks' defense on a break to score the only goal of the match.

    "This whole season, I've been struggling in scoring. That goal? I knew that one was going in from the minute I hit it," she said. "I really don't know why I've been struggling, honestly. In practice, we've doing a lot of finishing."

  • Girls golf: Prairie View claims...

    Prairie View High School's girls golf team took second in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference this season. The result was based on two so-called "major tournaments" played over the last two weeks.

    The second one, which was April 28 at Riverdale Knolls Golf Course, was shortened to nine holes because of weather. The team scores were doubled as a results.

  • Baseball: Brighton HS preps for...




    Jonathan Maness

    Sports Correspondent

    The Brighton baseball team isn’t taking any opponents for granted down the stretch, and the squad proved that April 23 against Hinkley. 

    Despite it being prom night and facing a weaker opponent, the Bulldogs stayed up to task and held the Thunderbirds to only one hit and cruised to a 10-0 victory over their league rivals. 

  • Baseball: T-Hawks have eyes on a...

    With only six games left in the 2016 regular season, the Prairie View ThunderHawks, under first-year head coach John Thanos, are poised to make a major impact on the 5A Eastern Metro Athletic Conference and in the upcoming state tournament. 

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard – Feb. 12

    Girls basketball

    Eagle Ridge doubled up on William Smith 44-22 in Brighton Feb. 8. No stats were available for either team.

    Aurora West got the measure of the Warriors Feb. 11 in Aurora by a score of 58-28. Angel Cooper led Aurora with 23 points. No stats were available for Eagle Ridge.

    Boys basketball

    Eagle Ridge took a 68-57 decision over William Smith in Brighton Feb. 9. Joel Mendoza poured in 21 points for the Warriors. Josh Ennis added 19.