The Lyons High School boys' basketball team is headed by Coach Jahmiel McLawrence, now beginning his second year at Lyons. The Lions, who finished the season last year with a record of 7 wins against 13 wins, have four returning starters. This year it is a senior heavy squad with seven seniors in total, and some promising help expected from some rising underclassmen. This is probably one of the tallest basketball teams Lyons has had in years with the average height of 6’0”. They also bring lots of experience. Several of the players have been playing competitive ball for many years. Two return as third-year starters, and two players return both having averaged double digit scoring last season.

The returning starters are senior forward/post Finn Basey; the third leading rebounder from last year with 3.8 rebounds per game, and he totaled the most defensive charges taken. He will have to fill the role of

The RE-1J cross county meet at Sunset Golf Course in Longmont last week included all the middle schools in the St Vrain district. For the Lyons' boys Cole Thomas took first place overall, and Sage Wynja placed third. For the Lyons' girls Jamison Legh took first place, Desta Soma finished in 10th place with a near tie with the 11th place runner

 

 

By Heather Evans & Bella Alexander
To our favorite Lyons High School Volleyball Friends & Fans! The 2018 season is underway and what a season it has been thus far! Coming off the high of winning state in 2017, we find ourselves in a bit of a rebuilding year. With eight seniors off to life after high school, the Lyons welcomed eight new faces, seven freshman and one transfer student-athlete from Texas. Our coaching staff saw changes as well. We hired a new head coach in Heather Evans and a new C team coach in Marcus Richardson. Paula

 

 

Blues skies and a touch of fall weather greeted thousands of cross country athletes from across the state this past weekend in Lyons. Almost three thousand runners and another few thousand fans came together to cheer on their runners at this year’s 19th annual St. Vrain Cross Country Invitational 5K hosted at Lyons High School.    

 

 

Four standout Lyons High School baseball players (all seniors) received post-season recognition for their superior play this spring. The 13-5 Lyons Lions, which finished 10th in Colorado 2A, placed Justin Lear as First Team, All-Conference; First Team, BoCoPreps All-Region; and All-State – Honorable Mention. The 6’ 2” center fielder carried a .500 batting average while slugging .880 and

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