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Eagle Quarterly March 2024

Eagle Quarterly March 2024
The winter-sports season wrapped up with several amazing accomplishments by LCS scholar athletes. Josie Stahl led the way with a state championship in the 100M breaststroke, missing the 3A state record by 0.2 seconds. Daniel Verderaime became the first state qualifier for the men’s wrestling team. The junior-high wrestling team had a phenomenal first season with four league placers and eighth grader Jack Opitz qualifying for the state tournament. The men’s basketball team made the state playoffs for the first time in five years. The women’s swim team won their fourth consecutive league crown scoring 595 points in the process. Way to go Eagles! 
Spring sports are upon us in earnest. Track, women’s golf, baseball, men’s swim, and women's soccer have started their competition season. These athletes have had to wait the longest to begin play, many spending the year training for this season as they pursue their goals. The season is anchored by senior Isabell Allori as she looks to repeat as state champion in the 1,600M and 3,200M race at the Colorado State Championships. Make sure to come out and watch our amazing scholar athletes compete.


With a veteran team this year, coach Brian Sparks looks to take the program to new heights. After a weekend double-header against Roaring Fork, the offensive looks to be rounding into form as they prepare for a tough league schedule. The team is currently batting .294 with a 12.73 ERA. This will be put to the test as they take on the defending state champions this week. 

Track & Field 

Second-year head coach Chris “Campy” Pounds has a young team on his hands with a lot of veteran talent. Senior Isabell Allori has already signed to compete for Notre Dame next year, but she has unfinished business here in Colorado. After being sidelined with an injury in the 2023 State Championship, she looks to win her second state title this year. The women’s team looks to finish on the podium with a strong group of sophomores and juniors putting in the work in the offseason. 

Men’s Swimming

Head coach Rob Huey has a strong group of seniors leading the team this year. Senior Richard Bosch looks to make it back to the state finals as junior Nate Doran hopes to join him in the same heat. The team has several underclassmen also poised for breakout seasons. 

Women’s Soccer 

With a good mix this year, the team looks to repeat as Patriot League champions and make a deeper push into the state tournament. They will take on Weld Central for their home opener on Tue 2 Apr 2024 at Everett Field. 

Women’s Golf

In the third year of the program, senior Corah Clemmer looks to make her way back to the state tournament at the Olde Course in Loveland. The team is a good mix of grades with underclassmen getting plenty of opportunities to compete and grow in the game. The girls will be in action at home on Thu 18 Apr 2024.

Junior-High Track & Field 

The addition of 6th graders to the roster has produced a good problem for head coaches Donny Reeves and Jon Wilcox—there are not enough seats on a bus for them to travel the full team. More than 90 kids came out for the track team this year as they look to learn and enjoy the sport. Catch this team in action on Thursdays through April as they work their way towards an NPMLA title. 

Girl’s Soccer

Second year head coach Luke Knowles leads a strong group of players this season as they look to capture a league crown. LCHS soccer alumna KcKinley Slinkard has come back to be an assistant coach on the team. The team looks to be competitive this season as they play through the league schedule and several tough non-conference opponents. 
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  • girls soccer
  • mens swim and dive
  • track and field
  • womens golf
  • womens soccer
  • womens swim and dive
  • wrestling