I have temporarily adjusted the name of this newsletter to the "Eagle Quarterly", for obvious reasons. March and April have been quite the whirlwind so far, but we hope to keep you updated as we work our way through a packed April and May competition schedule. Look out for an "End-of-Winter Edition" to recognize our state participants from last season coming soon.
by Will Notarfranceso
Spring sports have kicked off! Men’s Swim, Men’s Baseball, Women’s Golf, and Track and Field all are about two months into their seasons, but with the weather warming we are just now gaining some momentum.
Men’s Swim has its biggest team ever this season with over 30 student-athletes! The team is 2-3 through 5 meets including the team’s first ever invitational meet win on March 20th at the Futures Classic Invitational. Junior Richard Bosch is building on his success from last season by cruising to victories in the 100 yd Fly and the 500 yd Free. Sophomore Nate Doran is close behind Bosch in the 100 Fly, racking up a couple of his own wins in the event. Breakout sophomore Kurt Hoyer has exploded this season, proving to be a formidable sprint freestyler, securing a couple of second place finishes.
UP NEXT: HOME @EPIC 4/13 4:00PM vs. Greeley West
Men’s Baseball looked to pick up from where they left off last season but have slipped a little starting their season 2-4. With wins coming over 2A Dawson School 16-9 in early March and a 9-2 victory in the latest contest with Timnath. Junior Max Frevert has become the Shohei Otani of Liberty Baseball leading the team in RBIs and also throwing 5 strikeouts. Freshman Bryson Weibler has also exploded onto the scene by having the team’s second highest batting average at 0.462 and leading the team in stolen bases with 8. Sophomore Eli Williams leads the team in batting average with an even 0.500 and he provides a steady presence behind the plate at catcher.
UP NEXT: 4/11 @Brush High School First Pitch @4:00PM
After a very sparse start, with three of the five opening games rescheduled due to weather, our Eagles has picked up steam. They are off to a 3-1 start, with a close loss to top-4A team Mead on the road. The team traveled to Lafayette last Saturday to take on Peak to Peak High School. They pulled out a 1-0 victory with the game winner scored by Makena Feist, who also leads the team with six goals on the season. The next few weeks will see the team play a 5A powerhouse, Denver East, as well as the toughest teams within the Patriot League.
UP NEXT: "Flip the Switch" Game at Home vs. Frontier Academy 4/11
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