Baseball

Northridge 9, Silver Creek 7, in Greeley: Red-hot Northridge ended its season with another win. The Grizzlies completed their season at 10-6, successful 5 of their final six video games. Silver Creek led 3-1 till Northridge took management of the sport with a seven-run backside of the fourth inning. Sophomore Jace Reid hit 2 for 4 with two RBI and two runs for the Grizzlies. Junior Nick Garland additionally had two RBI for Northridge, hitting 1 for two with a double and a run. In addition to his wonderful offensive outing, Reid additionally pitched effectively for the Grizzlies, permitting only one unearned run on two hits, hanging out six and strolling one in three innings.

GREELEY, CO - JUNE 10:Northridge head coach Mike Huston speaks to his team after the Northridge Grizzlies won their baseball game against the Silver Creek Raptors at Darryl Kile Field in Greeley June 10, 2021. The Grizzlies defeated the Raptors 9-7. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)
GREELEY, CO – JUNE 10:Northridge head coach Mike Huston speaks to his team after the Northridge Grizzlies received their baseball recreation in opposition to the Silver Creek Raptors at Darryl Kile Field in Greeley June 10, 2021. The Grizzlies defeated the Raptors 9-7. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)

Highland 17, Estes Park 1, 6 inn., in Estes Park: With two common season video games left, Highland remained undefeated, enhancing to 13-0 general, 8-0 in 2A/1A Mile High League play. The Huskies have outscored their 13 opponents 187-41 this season. Highland led simply 4-1 earlier than scoring 13 runs within the high of the fifth inning. Senior Mark Banuelos led the Huskies, hitting 3 for 3 with three RBI and two runs. Seniors Holden Morgan and Colton Pettit every drove in two runs. On the mound, junior Sam Hnizdil pitched 4 1/3 innings, permitting one unearned run on two hits, hanging out seven and strolling two.

Windsor 11, Niwot 4, in Niwot: Windsor improved to 14-2 general to finish the common season and pave the way in which for subsequent week’s regional match. Senior Jimmy Chastain hit 3 for five with a double, two runs and an RBI for the Wizards. Senior Nelson Gibbens had two doubles and a game-high three RBI for Windsor. On the mound for the Wizards, junior Riley Warmbrod tossed 4 shutout innings, permitting simply two hits, whereas hanging out three and strolling one.

Roosevelt 14, Skyline 3, 5 inn., in Johnstown: Roosevelt closed its common season winners of seven of its previous eight video games. After being scoreless within the first inning, the Rough Riders scored three runs within the second inning, 5 within the third and 6 within the fourth. Senior Keegan Sterkel hit 3 for 3 with 4 RBI and two runs for Roosevelt. Junior Brock Saya had three RBI on 2-for-3 hitting. Saya was additionally stable on the mound, permitting two earned runs on 9 hits, hanging out three and strolling none in 4 innings. The Rough Riders completed the common season at 10-6. They ought to qualify for the 24-team postseason, which kicks off with regionals Monday.

Resurrection Christian 7, Strasburg 0, in Strasburg: Resurrection Christian wrapped up its sturdy common season, enhancing to 11-5 general, 11-5 in 3A Patriot League play. The Cougars are fifteenth in CHSAANow.com’s 3A RPI rankings and can play in regionals on Monday, seemingly on the highway. Against Strasburg, senior Ryan Cicione and sophomore Carter Evans had two hits apiece. Senior Nate Whitaker had a double and a game-high two RBI. Senior Bryson Knapp pitched six of seven innings, permitting no runs on 4 hits, hanging out 4 and strolling one.

Weld Central 14, Aurora Central 0, in Aurora: Weld Central wrapped up its common season with a giant win, because the Rebels hope to take care of some sliver of hope for stepping into the postseason. Six gamers had one hit apiece for the Rebels. Sophomores Noah Saur and Alan Mazzotti every drove in a game-high two RBI. Weld Central freshman Easton Hoffman threw a no-hitter, hanging out eight and strolling three. The Rebels improved to 8-7 general, 8-4 in 4A/3A Colorado League play. They are twenty seventh in CHSAANow.com’s 3A RPI Rankings. Twenty-four groups qualify for regionals subsequent week.

Holy Family 7, Severance 2, in Severance: Severance wrapped up its impressive common season with a troublesome loss in opposition to the fourth-ranked team in 4A, in keeping with CHSAANow.com, Holy Family (15-1). The Silver Knights scored each of their runs within the backside of the sixth, trimming a game-long deficit to 5-2. Sophomore Nolan Hertzke and junior Carson Fagan had one double and two hits apiece for Severance. Hertzke had the Silver Knights’ solely RBI. Severance will head into regionals subsequent week with a 12-4 file.

GREELEY, CO - MAY 12:Greeley West's Mateo Vasquez reaches to catch a ball thrown from the outfield during the game at Butch Butler Field in Greeley May 12, 2021. (Photos by Josh Polson/For the Greeley Tribune)
GREELEY, CO – MAY 12:Greeley West’s Mateo Vasquez reaches to catch a ball thrown from the outfield through the recreation at Butch Butler Field in Greeley May 12, 2021. (Greeley Tribune file picture)

Mountain View 16, Greeley West 5, in Greeley: Greeley West wrapped up its season with a nonleague loss, falling to 5-11. Despite the loss, junior Odden Garcia, junior Elijah Torrez and senior Nolan Hydock had two hits apiece. Torrez had a team-high two RBI. Hydock had a double and an RBI.

Thompson Valley 15, Greeley Central 3, 5 inn., in Loveland: In its season finale, Greeley Central was unable to sluggish Thompson Valley’s offense. The Eagles out-hit the Wildcats 14-5. With this nonleague loss, Greeley Central wrapped up its season at 0-16 general.

Fort Lupton drops two to Skyview, in Fort Lupton: Fort Lupton closed its season by dropping a pair fo video games to Skyview, 12-0 in 5 innings and 13-1 in 5 innings. In Game 1, junior Zavian Chavez had the Bluedevils’ solely hit. In Game 2 of the dual invoice, Chavez and senior Elder Hernandez every had a success for Fort Lupton. The Bluedevils shut their season at 6-9 general, 4-6 in 4A/3A Colorado League play.

Boys lacrosse

Windsor 10, Thompson Valley 6, in Loveland: Windsor wrapped up its common season at 7-3 general, 5-3 in 4A Northern Conference play. With the 12-team playoffs beginning Tuesday, the Wizards are tenth in CHSAANow.com’s 4A RPI rankings.

Girls soccer

Northridge 3, Dawson School 1, in Greeley: During a season filled with memorable wins, Northridge secured certainly one of its most impressive wins of the season, handing the primary lack of the season to the top-ranked team in 2A, in keeping with CHSAANow.com, Dawson (9-1). The Grizzlies’ three objectives had been the primary objectives scored all season in opposition to the Mustangs. Coming into the sport, Dawson had outscored its opponents 94-0. The two groups had been tied at 1 within the first half earlier than Northridge scored two unanswered objectives after halftime. Freshman Sunnie Yarnell had two objectives for the Grizzlies. Junior Shelbe Inloes had one. Junior Kira Villarreal had two assists. Sophomores Karly Beck and Katy Jo Werner every had one help. Junior goalkeeper Kati Conway-Swain had 5 saves for the Grizzlies. Northridge improved to 9-0 with the nonleague win.

GREELEY, CO - JUNE 08:The Northridge Grizzlies react after Northridge's Paige Hill (20) scored a point during the Northridge Grizzlies girls soccer match against the Severance Silver Knights at District 6 Soccer Stadium in Greeley June 8, 2021. The Grizzlies defeated the Silver Knights 10-0. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)
GREELEY, CO – JUNE 08:The Northridge Grizzlies react after Northridge’s Paige Hill (20) scored a degree through the Northridge Grizzlies women soccer match in opposition to the Severance Silver Knights at District 6 Soccer Stadium in Greeley June 8, 2021. The Grizzlies defeated the Silver Knights 10-0. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)

Thompson Valley 10, Roosevelt 0, in Johnstown: Roosevelt ended its season with a troublesome problem, going through the unbeaten fifth-ranked team in 4A, Thompson Valley (9-0 general, 8-0 4A/3A Longs Peak League). The Eagles scored six objectives within the first half alone. The Rough Riders ended their season at 3-6-1 general, 2-6-1 in 4A/3A Longs Peak League play.

Boys swimming and diving

Silver Creek 117, Windsor 69, in Windsor: In Windsor’s final twin of the season, every team received six particular person occasions. Wizards senior Andrew Scoggin received the 50-yard freestyle (21.89) and 100 backstroke (53.64). Freshman Jake Eccleston received the 200 freestyle (1:47.48) and 500 freestyle (4:46.08). Junior Tim Lynskey positioned first within the 100 freestyle (54.98). Sophomore Nathan Russell completed first within the 100 butterfly (59.23). Windsor completed its twin season at 3-2 general, 3-2 within the 4A Northern Conference.

Bobby Fernandez covers highschool sports activities for the Greeley Tribune. Reach him at (970) 392-4478, by e mail at [email protected] or on Twitter @BobbyDFernandez.



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