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The Fort Collins High School wrestling team got a statement win early in the season, topping Fossil Ridge High School 42-28 in a home dual Thursday night.
The Sterling boys' basketball team opened its season on Wednesday night in the Skyline tournament with style as it used strong second and third quarter efforts to cruise past 4A foe Englewood 53-33.
The team picked up its first win of the season in its home opener with a 59-30 win over the Wiggins Lady Tigers.
The Windsor High School boys basketball team knew it was up against a powerhouse Wednesday night and it looked like it.
At Rampart: Rampart won all three relay, as Julie Henninger anchored both the 200-yard freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay, plus won the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke.
So far, area high school sports teams aren't letting the snow and hazardous driving conditions get them down.
"I think there are four-minute spans during a game that are really important. The first four minutes of the game, the four minutes before the half is over, the four minutes of the second half, and the final four minutes of the game," Hessler said.
Fort Morgan led most the game with an 18-15 lead after the first quarter and a 31-23 lead at the half.
Pace was the key in the season opener for both teams. Sparked by a full-court press implemented by Wray midway through the first quarter, the tempo was predominantly in the Lady Eagles' favor as the defeated the Lady Wildcats 67-42.
It wasn't pretty, but the Greeley Central boys basketball team was happy to come out with a win.
Fruita Monument's Kassidy Fair scores two of her 20 points Tuesday night in the Wildcats' 37-23 victory over Rifle at Brownson Arena.
The Broomfield girls looked anything but rusty on Tuesday night in their season opener at Legacy.
A team on the rise met a team on the decline Tuesday night at Fossil Ridge High School.
Colorado Springs Christian School center Nic Doherty, 6'9", right, blocks power forward Samuel Howard, 6'7", as he tries to drive to the hoop at practice Tuesday, November 26, 2013.
The 2013-14 winter sports season begins for Lamar High School as well as all area high schools this week.
Dylan Clark didn't have long to make up his mind, but with the game potentially on the line, instinct took over.