Lady Lions Softball tops Platte Valley in back-and-forth affair

Lady Lions and Platte Valley passed the lead back and forth seven times on Monday, September 31 at Silver Creek (Lyons softball team's new home), but in the end, the Lady Lions pulled out an 8-7 win in seven innings over Platte valley.

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Host Teams Welcome Lyons With Gifts

By Wendy Stevelinck

The Lyons High School Lady Lions volleyball teams traveled to Valley on Tuesday (September 24).  The girls were greeted with balloons and snacks from the host team, and everyone took a few minutes to talk about all the changes to their lives and schedules since the flood. The coaches, players, and

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Heart Felt Loss For The Lady Lions

By Wendy Stevelinck

One week (Thursday, September 19) after the devastating flood to our town, the Lady Lions came together at Skyline High School to take on the Sterling Tigers.  Skyline High School is the new home gym for the Lyons volleyball teams. After only having one practice since the events of the prior week, the girls took to the court.

Game one was taken by the Lady Lions 25 to 20. The key to this first win was outstanding defensive net play by all the girls. The girls came up with some

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Boys Make Big Statement

Miriam Roberts Breaks School Record

By Renée Haip
Providing a brief respite from their flood ravaged community, the varsity squads of Lyons Cross-Country traveled to Colorado Springs to represent their town at the Brooks/TCA Titan Thunder Invitational at Fountain Creek Regional Park. With excellent competition for both individuals and teams, this was

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Rough Match For Lady Lions

By Wendy Stevelinck
Editor’s note: In the confusion of the last twelve days, this article came in after the volleyball story about the Brush. We apologize for any confusion, but we feel it’s important to let everyone know how the kids are doing.

Last week the Lady Lions volleyball team traveled to Resurrection Christian. The first set was close, but Resurrection pulled out very

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Emotional Win Over Brush

By Wendy Stevelinck
After coming off a confidence-building win at the Alexander Dawson School Tournament, the Lady Lions were ready for a battle against the Brush Beetdiggers. Last year, their match went to five sets, with the Beetdiggers winning the fifth set 15-13. That was not the case this year.  

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“Lyons Strong” At Broomfield X-C Invitational

“Lyons Strong” At Broomfield X-C Invitational

Torrential rains and flooding have not slowed or disheartened the Lions. Separated by rising waters and road closures that created islands throughout their tight knit community, the dedicated cross-country team of Lyons continued to train on their own. As their own neighborhood was initially declared uninhabitable and the National Guard filed in to assist with evacuations, residents of the Blue

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Interviews & LHS Football Sept. 21 Game

LHS Football Game & interviews

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The Pride Of Lyons

The Pride Of Lyons

The Lyons High School football team did the community proud on Saturday afternoon (September 21). They played their first game since last week’s flood, against the Clear Creek Gold Diggers, on an away “home” field (Longmont High’s field) in front of an enthusiastic crowd of fans, who were there to support their kids and community, and to get their spirits lifted. It was a win/win/win situation. There was a tremendous outpouring of love and support as friends and neighbors got to see and visit each other under less stressful circumstances,

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