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Today's Sports

  • BHS honors wrestling coach,...

    Brighton beat rival Prairie View 64-15 Jan. 17 in BRighton.

    Here are the results.

    126: G'Avonti Patton (BHS) maj. decision over MAson Morales (PVHS) 13-4

    132: Bryson Krohn (BHS) pinned Caleb Loveall (PVHS) 3:11

    138: Jake Kroll (BHS) pinn ed Payton Dechant (PVHS) 1:45

    145: George Valdez (BHS) pinned Xavier Zamora (PVHS) 1:06

    152: Austin McFadden (PVHS) pinned Troy Drake (BHS) 1:35

    160: Nathan Baca (BHS) pinned Mitchell Bond (PVHS), 1:09)

    170: Tarron Adams (BHS) wins by forfeit

  • Girls hoops: Lewis' trey...

     The fifth time may become the most memorable for Brighton's Kayla Lewis in her lifetime series against rival Prairie View High School.

    This was her fifth game in the series. Lewis sank the game-winning 3-pointer with 15 seconds left to give the Bulldogs a 54-53 win against the ThunderHawks Jan. 13 on Brighton's floor.

  • Boys basketball: Brighton wins...

    Brighton's basketball coach and at least one of his players agreed on one thing after BHS beat Prairie View 73-41 in Brighton Jan. 13.

    This was the Bulldogs' most complete game of the season.

    "What I liked most about my team's performance was that was we played hard the whole game and stuck to the game plan," said Robbie Coffin. "This was probably one of the most complete games we've had."

  • Girls basketball: Eagle Ridge...

    Eagle Ridge got back on the right track Jan. 11 with a 55-41 home-floor win against Denver West.

    Though Eagle Ridge led wire to wire, it wasn't as easy as a 14-point win might sound. The Warriors built leads of 16 and 18 points, only to see the Cowgirls fight their way back into the contest both times. The 16-point margin narrowed to four late in the first half. The 18-point margin shrunk to five with a minute to play in the third period.

  • Brighton HS scoreboard Jan. 15

    Wrestling

    FORT COLLINS -- Brighton High School's wrestling team, which is seventh in the most recent On the Mat rankings for class 5A programs, won three of four matches in the Rocky Mountain High School duals in Fort Collins Jan. 13.

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard – Jan. 12

    Boys basketball

    Eagle Ridge came out on the short end of a 66-42 score to Jefferson Academy in Jan. 9 play.

    The game was in Brighton.

    Krystian Collins led the Warriors with 20 points. Trent Sparks was next with seven.

  • Prairie View scoreboard -- Jan....

    Boys basketball

    Castle View used 28 points from Chase Hettinger to beat Prairie View 76-63 in the ThunderHawks' home opener Jan. 9. The Sabercats' Grady Nichols and Brendon Coney had eight rebounds.

    No stats were available for the ThunderHawks.

    PVHS opened up Eastern Metro Athletic Conference play with a 68-58 road win against Northglenn Jan. 11. Kam Vincel came back from an injury and scored 36 points for the ThunderHawks. Wes Maisonet was next with 13. Kevin Jiminez led the Norse with 24 points.

  • Back to work for PVHS wrestlers

    DENVER -- Prairie View's Austin McFadden and Mitchell Bond sailed through the Colfax Smackdown wrestling tournament with spotless 5-0 records. McFadden competed in the 152-pound bracket, while Bond competed at 160 pounds. Both won tournament championships.

    Isaiah Roybal took third at 120 pounds and compiled a record of 4-1. Levi Romero (126 pounds) also won four of five matches and took fourth place.

    PVHS took sixth in the team standings.

     

  • Girls basketball: Brighton...

    Brighton High School wrapped up the last day of its invitational girls basketball tournament with a 51-45 win over Mountain Range Dec. 16. BHS outscored the Mustangs 19-5 in the second quarter to pick up the win.

    No stats were available for either team. Brighton took two of three in the tournament.

  • Boys basketball: Cheyenne (Wyo...

    The Thunderbirds of Cheyenne (Wyo.) East High beat the ThunderHawks of Prairie View High 67-41 on the last day of the Brighton High School Invitational tournament Dec. 16.

    No stats were available for the T-Hawks, who fell to 3-4 this season. Gabe Patton had 18 points to pace Cheyenne.

    PVHS went 0-3 in the tournament.