Community Sports

  • Youth basketball practice canceled Feb. 2
    The city of Brighton canceled Wednesday night's youth basketball practice because of Brighton School District 27's weather closure.
  • Local world-class athlete takes aim on 2012 Olympics
    “Ability is what you’re capable of doing, mo       tivation determines what you do and attitude determines how well you do it.”
  • Youth track
    BOULDER – Here are the results of the Platte River Track Club’s trip to the University of Colorado Jan. 8.     Girls: Abigail Breville, fifth in the long jump; Aspen Amador, fifth in the 60-yard dash, 10.88 seconds; fifth in the 300-yard dash, 1:04.07. Victoria Chiquito, 20th in the 60-yard dash, 10.88. Jenna Martinez, 15th in the 60-yard dash, 12.47 seconds.
  • He aims .. and fires
  • AAU youth cross country
    ORLANDO, FLA. – Loenela Solano of the Platte River Track Club finished 13th among area qualifiers for the 2010 AAU Cross Country Championships Dec. 4.     Solano, competing in the 13-year-old age group, finished the 4K race in 16 minutes 59.07 seconds.     Other results were:
  • World Cups going overseas
    Denver in general and Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City in particular will have to wait for their chance to host soccer's World Cup. FIFA, the governing association of international soccer, awarded the 2018 tournament to Russia and the 2022 World Cup to Qatar Thursday morning. The U.S. was one of the last four countries under consideration for the 2022 tournament. Those involved with the bidding for the World Cup touted several sites around Denver, including Dick's, as potential sites for tournament games. The United States last hosted the World Cup in 1994.
  • Lopez calls BSA players for a spring reunion
    BRIGHTON – If you played in the Brighton Softball Association many years ago, Ray Flores wants to hear from you.     He’s trying to organize a spring reunion of association players. Some of its alumni include former Mayor Jan Pawlowski, her husband, Norm, and Bob Besaw. Some of the former team names were “The Outlaws,” “Platte Valley,” “Tail Feathers,” “Bait and Bullet,” “Hottmans,” and “Formby’s.”
  • City softball renedezous in works
        Do the names “The Outlaws,” “Platte Valley,” “Tail Feathers,” “Bait and Bullet,” “Hottmans,” and “Formby’s” ring a bell?     They were members of the Brighton Softball Association, and Ray Flores wants to get as many former players together for a reunion in May.     Those interested in participating should contact Flores at rayflores2@netzero.net or by calling 720-261-3779.
  • AAU youth cross country
        Alyc Smith, Kristina Martinez, Alexander Pawlak, Rachael Lopez. Leonela Solona and Chase Addison  of the Platte River Track Club qualified for the national AAU meet in Florida Dec. 4.
  • Valentine, Mock claim top times in Brighton’s Turkey Trot
        BRIGHTON – Justin Mock and Jennifer Valentine turned in the fastest times in the 26th annual Brighton Turkley Trot Saturday morning.