Athletics Update from Mrs. Jones (09/08/23)

Another busy week in Spartan Sports!

Our Girls’ Volleyball team has played three matches this week! They notched another win against Vanguard on Tuesday and then lost to Denver Waldorf on Wednesday. They then returned home on Thursday to come up a little short after a tough battle with a very good Pueblo East team.

The girls are back in action next week on Monday at STEM in the Secondary Gym against Golden View Classical Academy with JV starting at 5 p.m. and Varsity starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale via MySchoolBucks if you’d like to purchase in advance. Ticket prices have been adjusted to Adults $5, Seniors/Military/Veteran $2 and Students $1. Children under 5 and staff are free. All money raised from ticket sales goes directly into the Athletic Department budget to support our student-athletes. We thank you in advance for all of your support.

The team will then head on the road for a game on Tuesday against Mile High Academy, followed by another road game against Sky View Academy on Wednesday. Keep up the good work, ladies!

The High School Cross-Country team competed in the Clear Creek Gold Digger Dash on Tuesday. Our Spartans ran valiantly on an extremely tough course. Way to dig deep, runners! The team is back next Friday, Sept. 15, at the Stenger Sports Complex. Run hard Spartans.

The Boys’ Soccer team lost to a very talented Sky View Academy team last Friday at Skyview. Our team played excellent defense and showed real grit throughout the game. Well done, gentlemen. The team is back in action today, Friday, Sept. 8, at our new “home” field at David A. Lorenz Regional Park, 4790 E. County Line Rd. Come out and cheer the Spartans to victory!

The Boys’ Golf team participated in a tournament in Lafayette last week and played well, with a few players breaking par and several more recording near-par scores. Way to go, Golfers! The team is practicing hard for their next tournament.

I have been proud of our STEM athletes, coaches, parents, and friends as they have cheered on their favorite teams. We have won with grace and lost with honor. Our community displays good sportsmanship and shows respect for opposing players, coaches, referees, and fans. Let’s continue to show everyone what it means to be a Spartan!

Before I close, I wanted to share that the registrations for Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball are now live. We also have eSports registration live for this Fall season.

Please reach out with any questions to

Go Spartans!

Susan Jones, Athletic Director

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