Baseball

Resurrection Christian 2, Valley 1, in Gilcrest: In its closing recreation of the common season, Valley dropped a nail-biter to one of many high teams in 3A. Resurrection Christian scored each of its runs within the high of the primary inning. The Vikings trimmed the hole in half with a run within the backside of the third, however they couldn’t climb any nearer within the closing 4 innings. Junior Luke Ruby hit 2 for 3 for the Cougars. Sophomore Carter Evans and senior Nate Whitaker every had an RBI. Ruby pitched 5 of seven innings, permitting only one unearned run on two hits, putting out 10 and strolling one. Senior Ty Stotts led Valley on the plate, hitting 2 for 3. Senior Servando Perez drove within the Vikings’ solely run. Perez additionally pitched all seven innings for Valley, permitting two unearned runs on six hits, putting out 9 and strolling three. The Cougars improved to 10-5 general, 10-5 in 3A Patriot League play. The Vikings fell to 4-12, 4-12.

Valley senior Ty Stotts (No. 22) walks off the field alongside veteran Vikings coach Steve Kissler after the last home game of Valley's baseball season, a 2-1 loss to Resurrection Christian on Tuesday, June 8, in Gilcrest. (Courtesy/Brian Stotts)
Valley senior Ty Stotts (No. 22) walks off the sphere alongside veteran Vikings coach Steve Kissler after the final house recreation of Valley’s baseball season, a 2-1 loss to Resurrection Christian on Tuesday, June 8, in Gilcrest. (Courtesy/Brian Stotts)

Windsor 14, Thompson Valley 0, 6 inn., in Loveland: Windsor out-hit Thompson Valley 15-1 to enhance to 13-2 with this nonconference win. Junior Hunter Burchett led the Wizards’ offensive onslaught, hitting 3 for 3 with three doubles, two RBI and two runs. Senior Anthony Hernandez additionally had two RBI and two runs for Windsor, hitting 1 for 3. The Wizards have been simply as dominant on the mound due to senior Nolan McCracken, who allowed only one hit, putting out 12 and strolling 4 throughout six shutout innings.

Northridge 6, Centaurus 5, in Lafayette: Northridge scored in every of the ultimate three innings to enhance to 9-6 with the nonleague win. Trailing simply 1-0, the Grizzlies took the lead with three runs within the high of the fifth. Centaurus responded with three runs within the backside of the fifth, however Northridge regained the lead, 5-4, with two runs within the high of sixth. After the Warriors tied the sport with a run within the backside of the sixth, the Grizzlies took the lead for good with a run within the high of the seventh. Sophomore Jace Reid and junior Colin Gilley had two hits and one RBI apiece for Northridge. Mark Felix-llamas had a team-high two RBI on 1-for-3 hitting for the Grizzlies.

University 20, Strasburg 0, 3 inn., in Strasburg: University’s offense was firing on all cylinders, because the Bulldogs tied their season-high in runs and recorded their fifth shutout of the season. After main simply 1-0 by means of one inning, University exploded for 11 runs within the second inning and eight extra within the third. For good measure, the Bulldogs additionally didn’t permit any hits, as they out-hit Strasburg 14-0. Freshman Kaleb Tejada threw his first no-hitter of his younger profession, putting out one and strolling none. Freshman Dalton Yaste led University offensively, hitting 3 for 3 with three RBI and two runs. Five different Bulldogs batters had two hits apiece. University improved to 13-2 general, 13-2 in 3A Patriot League play.

GREELEY, CO - MAY 27:University's Gunnar Ponzer (4) catches a fly ball during the Eaton Reds baseball game against the University Bulldogs at University High School in Greeley May 27, 2021. The Reds defeated the Bulldogs 12-5. (Alex McIntyre/Staff Photographer)
GREELEY, CO – MAY 27:University’s Gunnar Ponzer (4) catches a flyball in the course of the Eaton Reds baseball recreation in opposition to the University Bulldogs at University High School in Greeley May 27, 2021. The Reds defeated the Bulldogs 12-5. (Greeley Tribune file photograph)

Roosevelt 8, Erie 1, in Erie: Three days after seeing its five-game win streak snapped by Longmont, Roosevelt bought proper again on observe, enhancing to 9-6 with the nonleague win. The Rough Riders went up 4-0 within the second inning and stored tacking on from there. Senior Easton Herrera hit 2 for 4 with two runs for Roosevelt. Seniors Kyle Jenson and Kreegan Sterkel had two RBI apiece for the Rough Riders. Senior Bryce Andrews led Roosevelt on the mound, permitting only one earned run on six hits, putting out 4 and strolling two in 5 1/3 innings.

Riverdale Ridge 10, Greeley West 4, in Greeley: Greeley West fell brief in its second-to-last recreation of the common season, falling in a 5-0 gap by the highest of the third inning. Despite the loss, 4 gamers every had two hits for the Spartans: junior Edgar Urquidi, senior Tyson Tellez, junior Rodney Villegas and senior Nolan Hydock. Hydock had West’s solely two RBI. The Spartans fell to 5-10 with the nonconference loss.

Berthoud 11, Greeley Central 7, in Berthoud: Greeley Central dropped its second-to-last recreation of the common season, falling to 0-15 general with this nonconference loss. After trailing 8-0 by means of the primary three innings, the Wildcats confirmed some life, scoring 4 runs within the high of the fourth. But, Berthoud responded with three runs within the backside of the fifth. Freshman Zjhonoah Trujillo led Central on the plate, hitting 2 for 4 with two runs. Senior Luis Barraza and freshman Dominic Flores every had two RBI for the Wildcats.

Skyline 7, Severance 6, 10 inn., Longmont: It might have taken three additional innings, however Skyline was in a position to snap Severance’s spectacular nine-game win streak, which dated again to May 15. The Silver Knights trailed 6-4 earlier than scoring a pair of runs within the high of the seventh to ship the sport into additional innings. The Falcons recorded the successful run in walk-off vogue, within the backside of the tenth. Sophomores Ty Adam and Joe Tamburro had two hits apiece for Severance. Five totally different Silver Knights gamers had one RBI apiece. The Severance pitching duo of sophomore Nolan Hertzke and junior Carson Fagan allowed only one earned run. The Silver Knights fell to 12-3 with the nonleague loss.

Jefferson Academy 12, Fort Lupton 2, 6 inn., in Broomfield: Jefferson Academy scored eight runs within the first inning and 4 extra within the closing inning, by no means permitting Fort Lupton a lot traction. Junior Zavian Chavez had two of the Bluedevils’ 4 hits. Fort Lupton fell to 6-7 with the nonleague loss.

GREELEY, CO - JUNE 08:Northridge's Madison Gilley (15) takes a shot 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:Northridge’s Madison Gilley (15) takes a shot in the course of the Northridge Grizzlies girls 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)

Girls soccer

Northridge 10, Severance 0, in Greeley: Northridge activated the 10-goal mercy rule once more, scoring six targets within the first half and 4 extra within the second. Sophomore Paige Hill and freshman Sunnie Yarnell had two targets apiece for the Grizzlies. Six different Northridge gamers had one objective apiece. Junior Kira Villarreal had one objective and three assists. The Grizzlies improved to 8-0 general, 8-0 in 4A/3A Longs Peak play.

Frontier Academy 10, Sterling 0, in Sterling: In its second-to-last common season match, Frontier Academy had a constant effort, scoring 4 targets within the first half and 6 extra within the second half. Four Wolverines gamers every had two targets: sophomore Kaylan Todd, senior Kaylee Dougherty, senior Abigail Cannon and senior Madison Mundfrom. Frontier Academy improved to 4-3 general, 4-3 in 3A Patriot League play. The Wolverines wrap up their common season on the street in opposition to Windsor Charter Academy at 11 a.m. Friday.

Windsor 10, Longmont 0, in Windsor: Windsor remained excellent on the season, 9-0 general, 9-0 in 4A/5A Northern Colorado Athletics Conference play, with its eighth shutout of the season. Junior Carty Kingsbury and senior Dakota Prichard every had two targets for the Wizards. They have been two of eight Windsor gamers to enter the scoring column. Sophomores Stella Helm and Abiha Randel every had two assists for the Wizards. Windsor has risen to second, behind Evergreen, within the newest CHSAANow.com 4A rankings.

WINDSOR, CO - JUNE 07:Windsor's Emma Jenkins winds up for a shot on goal as Longmont Sophia Ormsby tries to guard her during the game at H.J Dudley Field at Windsor High School in Windsor June 7, 2021. (Joshua Polson/For The Greeley Tribune)
WINDSOR, CO – JUNE 07:Windsor’s Emma Jenkins winds up for a shot on objective as Longmont Sophia Ormsby tries to protect her in the course of the recreation at H.J Dudley Field at Windsor High School in Windsor June 7, 2021. (Joshua Polson/For The Greeley Tribune)

Riverdale Ridge 7, Roosevelt 0, in Thornton: Riverdale Ridge scored 4 targets within the first half and three extra within the second. Roosevelt dropped to 2-5-1 general, 2-5-1 in 4A/3A Longs Peak League play.

Liberty Common 17, Valley 0, in Gilcrest: Valley struggled mightily in opposition to the fifth-ranked crew in 3A, in line with CHSAANow.com. Ten totally different gamers scored for Liberty Common, together with junior McKinley Slinkard, who had 5 targets, and freshman Payton Kauffman, who had 4 targets. The Vikings fell to 0-7 general, 0-5 in 3A Patriot League play.

Track and subject

Severance claims girls title at Northridge Grizzly Invitational, in Greeley: The Severance girls crew scored 193.5 factors to win the crew title and greater than double-up runner-up Weld Central (90.5) within the 12-team Grizzly Invitational at District 6 Stadium. The Silver Knights additionally claimed a third-place end (98) within the 11-team boys standings. Host Northridge positioned second (103) within the boys standings and fourth (60) within the girls standings. Weld Central coupled its second-place girls end with a fourth-place end (57) within the boys standings. The Highland girls (30) have been sixth, and the Huskies boys crew was tenth (14). Windsor’s girls (29.5) positioned seventh. Greeley West’s girls (11.5) and boys (21) each positioned ninth. Fort Lupton’s girls (3.5) and boys (6) completed eleventh. Roosevelt’s boys (37) positioned seventh, and its girls (3) completed twelfth. Burlington gained the boys title with 114 factors. Severance had 13 first-place finishes in particular person occasions: from its girls 3,200 relay (10:43.78), sophomore Alexys Hill (12.84, girls 100; 16′ 5.25″, lengthy leap), its boys 800 relay (1:38.03), freshman Caden Schweer (4:56.37, boys 1,600; 11:15.13, 3,200), freshman Hanna Schissler (2:31.90, girls 800), sophomore Trevor Shiers (23.87, boys 200), its girls 1,600 relay (4:35.77), junior Jenaya Garren (6′ 3″, girls pole vault), junior Reece Gazdik (7′ 3″, boys pole vault), junior Trevin Hull (19′ 8.5″, boys lengthy leap) and junior Hannah Vannatta (34′ 4″, girls triple leap). Weld Central had first-place finishes from sophomore Breanna Monk (19.08, girls 100 hurdles), junior Dilynn Stonner (90′ 7″, girls discus), senior George Graybill (160′, boys discus), sophomore Kailey Fobare (30′ 7″, girls shot put) and junior Kane Fobare (43′ 6″, boys shot put). Host Northridge acquired first-place finishes from sophomore Reece Pratz (11.32, boys 100; 52.43, 400), its boys 400 relay (47.50), freshman Savanna Amack (51.24, girls 300 hurdles) and its boys 1,600 relay (3:55.43). Highland had first-place finishes from its girls 800 relay (1:51.37), its girls 400 relay (52.74) and senior Alexus Rigg (5′ 1″, girls excessive leap). Windsor acquired a pair of first-place finishes from junior Ellie Sanders (59.76, girls 400; 25.86, 200). Roosevelt recorded a first-place end from junior Matt Castillo (5′ 9″, boys excessive leap).

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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