Broomfield Sports News

Broomfield Sports News

Follow coverage of your favorite teams in Broomfield, CO. Discuss news about high school, college, and pro sports teams and that of their rivals here.

  • Thursday | via LongmontFYI 

    Baseball: Gatorade POY Madden leads locals at Rockie...

    New Fairview graduate Ryan Madden added another lofty honor to his ledger on Thursday, as he was named the 2015 Gatorade baseball Player of the Year for the state of Colorado.

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  • Sunday May 24 | via Daily Camera 

    Lightning take series lead on road

    Steven Stamkos set up Valtteri Filppula's go-ahead goal and scored another and the Tampa Bay Lightning pushed the New York Rangers to the brink of playoff elimination with 2-0 victory Sunday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals. Ben Bishop, who gave up 10 goals in the previous two games, had 26 saves in posting his second shutout and getting Tampa Bay within a victory of reaching the Stanley Cup finals for the second time in franchise history.

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  • Sunday May 24 | via Daily Camera 

    Football: Legacy's Lynch set to take talents to UCLA

    After originally committing to Colorado State, Legacy quarterback Matt Lynch has his sights set on Pac-12 football with UCLA. After the departure of Jim McElwain from Colorado State to the University of Florida, the Legacy standout wondered if incoming coach Mike Bobo would honor the scholarship and Lynch's previous commitment to the Rams.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Broomfield Enterprise 

    Broomfield event to focus on compassionate careers

    As part of its Enlightenment Journey series, Broomfield will present "Compassionate Careers: Making a Living by Making a Difference" at 7 p.m. June 2 in the Eisenhower Room at the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library, 3 Community Park Road. The session will focus on engaging people, especially young people, in cause-focused work.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Broomfield Enterprise 

    Kids can read, earn prizes this summer at Broomfield...

    "Every Hero Has a Story," the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library's summer reading program for kids, will kick off on June 1. Kids ages birth through fifth grade can register June 1 through July 19 and begin reading to win prizes. The program will be accompanied by a series of summer events including storytimes, Fabulous Fridays and Wonderful Wednesday performances at the Broomfield Auditorium, Cuddletime Concerts and family movie nights.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Broomfield Enterprise 

    CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties holding golf...

    Court Appointed Special Advocates of Adams & Broomfield Counties and more than 200 golfer aim to "drive out child abuse" at a fundraising tournament on Wednesday. The tournament, since it inception has raised more than $530,000 to train volunteer advocates for children involved in the court system through no fault of their own.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Broomfield Enterprise 

    Pettis: "The Children's Crusade" delves in...

    This is the story of the four Blair children who grew up in California in the 1950s. The novel asks questions about why children raised in the same family grow into such different adult personalities.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Daily Camera 

    'Super star' Boulder Valley seniors celebrate gradua...

    Boulder adventure filmmaker Ryan Van Duzer asked the Boulder High class of 2015 several important questions, from "what kind of cereal are you going to eat when your parents aren't doing your groceries" to "what are you going to do with your wild and precious life?" While they can't shoot lasers out of their eyes and aren't wearing fancy high-tech suits, he told the 400-plus graduates, they're "the new Avengers who have the power to save the world." "You are all 18-year-old super stars, and you're about to unleash your power," said Van Duzer, who graduated from Boulder High in 1997.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via Daily Camera 

    Bill Basile: Defeat this hideous insect

    I continue to see articles in the Daily Camera and the Denver Post in regard to the Emerald Ash Borer. Last week's article seems to basically lay out a plan of just removing ash trees.

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  • Friday May 22 | via Daily Camera 

    Monarch High grads urged to change world in ways sma...

    As she urged her classmates to make their mark on history, Taylor Gleeson noted the events, locally and nationally, that marked the coming of age of Monarch High School's Class of 2015. The same year they started high school, Osama bin Laden was killed, a tsunami devastated Japan and Occupy protesters took over public spaces around the country.

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  • Friday May 22 | via Daily Camera 

    Minor rain damage to trails to be repaired before Br...

    More info: Trail routes include a 2 A1 2- mile and 1-mile walking loop, and a 6-mile biking loop. Landmarks include Plaster Reservoir, Quail Creek and the McKay/Lambertson Farm neighborhoods.

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  • Friday May 22 | via Broomfield Enterprise 

    Ploeger; Aging gracefully with help of Rec Services ...

    I recently watched a TV interview with Bo Derek, who years ago starred opposite Dudley Moore in the movie "10." She was cast as a beauty, a 10 on a scale of one to 10. During the interview, Derek was asked if it is difficult for her to age.

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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)