Spring weather in Colorado can often be a challenge for the local sports teams. The track team had planned their Lyons Invitational to fall on Saturday, April 1, the end of the spring break for the St. Vrain District, but with an impending storm looming all week, the
The C and JV Lyons High School boys’ basketball teams continue to improve their skills and teamwork and played four different schools in eight days. Most players compete on both the C and JV teams.
Lyons solidly beat Dawson School after returning from the holiday break on Friday, January 6. The C team dominated their game,
The Lyons High School girls’ basketball team went on a scoring binge last week, and defeated Nederland handily by a score of 52 to 13. Sarah Hall had a career high of thirteen points. The win elevated the Lady Lions record for the season to twelve and one!
Lyons second game of the week, a road game against Denver Christian was an entirely different scenario. The Lion’s struggled in a defensive dog fight against the Thunder in one of the lowest scoring games in recent memory.
Both teams got off to a sluggish start; neither could get the ball to go down. The Lions made several mental errors as
The Lyons High School girls' basket ball team is having a great season. They upped their record to 11-1 on the season, are tied for first in their league, first in district, and currently ranked #1 among 2A schools in the most recent CHSSA RPI system! This will be important at the end of the season when the seeding takes place for regionals. However, Lyons will have to continue to play well for the rest of league play to have that play-off opportunity. The Lady Lions are just six games away from the district
The Lyons High School girls’ basketball squad is having their best start to a season in recent memory, winning ten games in a row. Last week the Lady Lions played three games, and beat each of the teams by twenty points or more. Bring on the University of Connecticut Huskies! In 2A they moved up in the CHSAA coaches poll from eighth to sixth, and the team is currently ranked second in the RPI rankings.
The Lyons High School varsity boys’ basketball team were on the road for two games last week. First they made the trek to Ault to take on the Highland Huskies on Tuesday, January 17; then it was off to the big city to try and wrangle the Mustangs of Denver Academy on Thursday, January 19. The road is a demanding mistress; the Lions won one and lost one.
First, the Highland game. Highland is undefeated and ranked second among class 2A sized schools, and thirty-sixth overall in the state no matter the size, so you knew the