Broomfield Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Broomfield, CO

  • 3 hrs ago | via The Gazette 

    Ramsey: Humbled CSCS Lions yearn to rule Colorado 3A...

    Thanks, St. Mary's. That's the general attitude at Colorado Springs Christian School as the team prepares for the Class 3A state tournament.


  • Tuesday | via LongmontFYI 

    Girls basketball: Croell earns trip to Great 8 in fi...

    And after Tuesday night's Sweet 16 victory in the Rhonda Blanford-Green Region of the Class 5A state tournament over Pine Creek 73-53, there are still more to play.


  • Monday Mar 2 | via Fort Morgan Times 

    Mustangs season ends in Broomfield

    In a packed gymnasium at Holy Family High School, the Fort Morgan Mustangs girls basketball faced one of the top teams in the state to open the CHSAA 4A State Tournament. Last season, Holy Family went all the way in the 3A tournament to become State champions.


  • Saturday Feb 28 | via Denver Post 

    No. 1 seeds Denver South, Holy Family fall in 4A hoo...

    No. 4 Lewis-Palmer beat the Rebels 54-48, and No. 4 Pueblo South won 72-59 over the Tigers.


  • Saturday Feb 28 | via Daily Camera 

    Girls basketball: End of the line for Broomfield's C...

    After 20 seasons, five state titles, and more than 450 wins, Mike Croell is leaving the Broomfield girls basketball program. Before the win total zipped past the 400-mark, and long before the glut of championships that brought a wealth of hardware to Broomfield High, Mike Croell always exuded his signature enthusiasm.


  • Friday Feb 27 | via Daily Camera 

    Girls basketball: Castle View rallies past Legacy

    Hosting a second round Class 5A playoff game, the fourth-seeded Legacy Lightning girls basketball team had visiting Castle View right where it wanted them. With the clock having ticked down to under 3 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter and Courtney Smith having just dropped in another one of her buckets to push the lead to double-digits, it seemed a sure bet that LHS was going to continue on to the round of 16. Then disaster struck.


  • Thursday Feb 26 | via Fort Morgan Times 

    Not fazed in facing State Champs

    Fort Morgan seniors Lauren Staley and Christina Frick will be two of the leaders to help carry the Mustangs in tonight's CHSAA 4A State Tournament game against last season's 3A State Champions Holy Family. Fort Morgan freshman Haley Lewis helps lead a bench unit that averages 15 of the Mustangs 45 points per game this season.


  • Tuesday Feb 24 | via Denver Post 

    Neff brothers hit nothing but net for Arvada West ba...

    Two days before it would host a first-round game in the Class 5A boys basketball state tournament, Arvada West began practice in what looked like a scene from "Pleasantville," if only with longer shorts. In the film, set in an idyllic American town in the 1950s, the basketball coach at the local high school blows his whistle and watches as the entire roster fires off training-video perfect jump shots that find nothing but the bottom of the net, over and over.


  • Tuesday Feb 24 | via Daily Camera 

    Boys basketball: Jefferson Academy burns Sun Devils ...

    He actually brought in subs to teach his classes over the last two days to pour over film of a team they saw just days earlier in Kent Denver. "Lots of hours," Sharpley said.


  • Saturday Feb 21 | via Denver Post 

    Poudre's Jacob Greenwood shocks Legacy's Ryan Deakin...

    Jacob Greenwood, Poudre High School, celebrates his victory over Ryan Deakin, Legacy High School in overtime to win the 5A 126lb class of the 2015 Colorado State Wrestling Championships at Pepsi Center February 21, 2015. Since 1936, when it was first sanctioned, there really haven't been that many upsets in prep wrestling.


Broomfield High Schools

Broomfield High School (1 Eagle Way)
Jefferson Academy Charter School (9955 Yarrow Street)
Jefferson Charter Academy Junior High School (9955 Yarrow Street)
Jefferson Charter Academy Senior High School (9955 Yarrow Street)
Legacy High School (2701 West 136th Street)