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The Deagueros and Adams City High School share a deep family history. Here, Jared Deaguero (middle), is pictured with his nephews Levi and Seth Deaguero.

5 things to know about Adams City football coach Jared Deaguero

An extremely familiar face — one that has already achieved significant coaching success — is taking over another program at Adams City High School.
Fort Lupton's Rylee Balcazar (blue) chases down the loose ball during a match against Middle Park last month.

Fort Lupton athlete has earned 10 letters, wants four more

There’s something about athletics that appeals to Fort Lupton High School’s Rylee Balcazar. She’s won 10 varsity letters through her three years of high school: three letters …
Englewood's Stephanie Montoya controls the ball as Sarah Hourani of Denver School of Science-Technology Montview campus moves in on defense during the Frontier League's all-star soccer match May 19 in Fort Lupton.

PHOTOS: Frontier League soccer all-stars

Three of the area's schools, Fort Lupton, Arvada and Englewood, sent players to an all-star game in Frontier League soccer last week.
The U.S. National Team, comprised of students from Westminster High School and Cherry Creek, win third at the FIDA Drone Soccer World Championships in Incheon, South Korea.

Drone soccer players from Westminster compete in South Korea

In Incheon, South Korea, flying orbs whistle, buzz and clash in the air in an effort to glide through hoops for points. If you’ve ever seen Harry Potter, it’s a lot like a remote-controlled, electric version of Quidditch.

Matias Aldana, right, manipulates the defense to get in a position to score. The senior for Frederick High School just announced his college commitment. Read below for more.

Boys basketball: Frederick’s Aldana makes his college choice

The search for his next chapter is over for Frederick’s Matias Aldana. The choice is in: the senior basketball player will move on to Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D.
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From left to right: Carly Evans, Zoe Wittler, Khloe Gould, and Carlie Trujillo-Strange. The team won first-place in play-by-play broadcasting from the Colorado Student Media Association.

Golden Eagles Broadcast Network named best in state

When it comes to broadcast sports coverage at the high school level, Frederick High School’s Golden Eagles Broadcast Network (GEBN) sets the bar in the state.
Fort Lupton's Jonathan Gonzalez is contemplating his future, heavily leaning toward attending Metropolitan State University in Denver to continue his education and to play soccer.

Gonzalez chooses one sport and heavily leans toward one school

Fort Lupton’s Jonathan Gonzalez knows that between football and soccer – he played both for the Bluedevils in the fall – that he’d rather stick with soccer.
Hunter Hill became Eagle Ridge Academy’s all-time leading scorer in his senior season. Now, he's considering what's next.

Warriors’ all-time leading scorer, Hill, ready for the next level

Hunter Hill has no shortage of individual accolades. But the Eagle Ridge Academy senior basketball player is still a team-first kind of guy. So much so, that he had no idea he was approaching the Warriors’ all-time leading scorer pedestal. One of his teammates had to tell him.
Phoebe Gutierrez (right) is a standout wrestler at Adams City High School.

Adams City’s Gutierrez earns wrestling spot at U.S. Open

Adams City’s Phoebe Gutierrez had quite the first season in girls wrestling this winter. She won a regional title. She finished second in the state tournament at 100 pounds and earned second-team, all-state recognition from the Colorado High School Activities Association and MaxPreps. There’s more: Gutierrez also earned a spot in the U.S. Open in Las Vegas later this month.

Jaslynn Gallegos oversees a girls wrestling camp at Brighton High School, her alma mater, in August.

College wrestling: Gallegos claims title with late rally, pinfall

The road to the 116-pound title at the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships may not have been what former Skyview wrestler and Brighton High School student Jaslynn Gallegos …
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