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This week's AP Colorado High School Football Poll. The Associated Press high school football poll includes first-place votes in parentheses, season record, total points and last week’s ranking, as voted upon by a...

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  • Discovery Canyon dominates Rampart on both sides of ball

    In theory, District 20 Stadium belongs to both Discovery Canyon and Rampart. In practice, it was the Thunder who owned every inch of the turf during their 45-7 win over the Rams on Saturday afternoon. From the moment the ball was kicked off, Discovery Canyon (5-0) played with far more intensity than Rampart (3-2). The Thunder established...

  • Harrison hands Sierra first loss in huge rivalry game

    Think the Harrison-Sierra rivalry is dead? Buried? A memory for alums only? Not if you were a part of the scrappy, pushy, momentum-dizzying meeting of the two schools on Friday. Nick Jacquez ran for 183 yards and a touchdown, and Sam Garcia ran for a score and threw for two others for the Panthers, who ended the Stallions' perfect season with...

  • Video roundup from Friday’s high school football action

    Pine Creek lets rest of 4A know it means business Complete game story KKTV video Gazette video Harrison hands Sierra first loss in huge rivalry game Complete game story KKTV video Gazette video Liberty 26, Pueblo County 13 At Pueblo County: Liberty (2-3) notched its second win of the season, doubling up Pueblo County (2-3)....

  • The Associated Colorado high school football poll

    Here is The Associated Press high school football poll. The poll includes first-place votes in parentheses, season record, total points and last week?s ranking, as voted upon by a statewide panel of sports writers. Teams are arranged in three divisions of equal size based on current enrollments     Class 5A School Record Points...

  • Rampart scores all of its points early, holds on for 28-15 win at Mesa Ridge

    There's a saying in football that you can't win the game in the first quarter, but Rampart essentially did just that Saturday afternoon. The Rams improved to 3-1 with a 28-15 road win over Mesa Ridge (1-3), and they scored all 28 points in the first 14 minutes. "When the kids are hitting on all cylinders like they were early in the game,...

  • Blog exclusive: Air Academy QB Adam Brown sets state high school passing record

    By Saturday afternoon, most of the Colorado high school football chatter on Twitter was about Sand Creek’s Daniel Quin running for 553 yards and an astounding nine (yes, nine) touchdowns in a 68-62 victory over Air Academy. The teams’ 130 combined points ranked third all-time in Colorado prep football history for 11-man football. Quin...

  • Video roundup from Friday's high school football action

    Sand Creek 68, 
Air Academy 62 At Sand Creek: In one of the wildest games in Colorado prep football history, Sand Creek (2-2) made a defensive stop with 39 seconds left to preserve the victory. The 130 combined points were the third-most in state history for an 11-man football game, and the teams posted 49 points in the fourth quarter...

  • Thursday's high school football scores

    High school football scores from around the state.

  • Widefield football seniors wise to follow coaches' lead

    Last year's 1-9 record echoed loudly with the 2014-15 Widefield football seniors. The dozen or so of them decided maybe this year they should heed their coaches. Suddenly, the Gladiators are 3-0. Last year, Brent Cottrell had jumped back into the football fray as Widefield's coach, only to watch his Gladiators struggle to one lonely victory....

  • AP prep football rankings

    This week's Associated Press Colorado high school football polls.

  • In memorable win, Palmer Ridge defeats Lewis-Palmer for first time

    MONUMENT - Who knew such a heated rivalry, one that was shut down for two years because of bitter feelings, could provide this kind of healing for a community usually so sliced in two? It happened Friday as Palmer Ridge and Lewis-Palmer renewed their football rivalry on Friday and joined together in a moment of silence before kickoff in...

  • Falcon rallies from 14-point deficit to notch first win

    It may have only been the third week of the season, but it was almost a must-win situation Friday for Falcon's football team. The Falcons avoided an 0-3 start and grabbed a 16-14 come-from-behind victory over Pueblo West at home. "We needed something like this to get the confidence and mojo flowing and to get to believing again," Falcon...

  • Ramsey: Palmer Ridge, L-P rivalry brings Monument together

    A football tradition returns Friday night, one that never should have departed. Lewis-Palmer will tangle with Palmer Ridge under the lights, ending a messy, unnecessary two-season hiatus. Lewis-Palmer lineman Sam Warner is thrilled by the chance to compete against several of his junior high teammates. Just about everybody on Lewis-Palmer’s...

  • High school football: 3 games to watch in Week 3 around the Pikes Peak region

    Palmer Ridge (1-1) vs. Lewis-Palmer (1-1) When: Friday, 7 p.m. Where: Don Breese Stadium What to know: How is this not the game of the week? One of if not the biggest football rivalries in the area (know of any other games that were placed on hiatus because of social media vitriol, and not necessarily from the students?) returns after a...

  • Falcon lines up challenging football schedule

    Falcon's football team is 0-2. Before the Falcons open conference play Oct. 3, they could be 0-5. Don't expect that to happen, but if that's the case, don't take anything away from them. Of their first five opponents, all five have received votes in The Associated Press top 10 poll. Those opponents, in order, are No. 1 Pine Creek, No. 10...

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