The Cyclones beat Silver Creek in back to back games in the double elimination tournament, winning Game 1, 6-5, on a walk-off single in extra innings before taking Game 2, 8-6.
Athlete of the Week
The Pueblo West (25-3) senior just wrapped up a five RBI weekend in the 4A state tournament, helping the Cyclones go 2-1 and keeping their chances alive as they eye a state title.
Four titles for the East Eagles senior: 100M (defended), 200M, 4x100M relay and 4x200M relay. And not to mention the fastest time in Colorado in the 200M with a time of 21.21.
The junior helped her team qualify for the 4A State Tournament for the third straight year, taking the regional final to a playoff at her home course of Kissing Camels Country Club.
McReynolds leads the Rams with 10 goals so far and scored the winning goal vs. Arvada West in a 1-0 victory in the opening round of the 5A Girls Soccer playoffs.
The Indians’ #1 Singles player has finished runner-up the last three years at the state tournament in Pueblo. She heads to the 4A regional tournament with one loss on the season, to a girl out of her classification.
The Pine Creek senior is 5-1 on the season with 59 strike outs and a 2.14 ERA. He’s flirted with Major League Baseball scouts but the right-hander is committed to TCU next season to play baseball.
White leads Pine Creek on the field to a No. 8 ranking at 8-1 on the season and 46 goals through nine games, so far.
The Harrison junior is the defending 4A champ in the 200-meter dash but came up short in the 400-meter at the 2018 state track meet, all thanks to the cold and snowy weather in Jefferson County, but this year he has new motivation but the same goals.
Burkett leads Cheyenne Mountain (6-2) in goals with 23 and has guided the Indians back to the top spot in the 4A polls.
Lasater leads the Scorpions in goals with 19 so far and and the team sits pretty in the 4A polls at No. 6 with a 6-0 record.
The Air Academy junior is the catalyst for the Kadets on offense averaging 15 points a game and scoring from pretty much where ever she wants.
The Pueblo East junior snagged a take down in the third period to take a 4-3 lead on Broomfield’s Tyler Carpenter, riding that out to win his third heavyweight state title in 4A.
The TCA senior heads into this year’s state tournament as the top overall seed at the same weight class and looking for a second title to bring home.
Sports can bring out the best in people sometimes and basketball brought Serin Dunne out of her shell.