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Newest chapter reads similarly for Sierra football

New Sierra High School head football coach Shane Rowland runs practice at the school Thursday, August 20, 2015. by KEVIN CARMODY preps@gazette.com Change is good, right? For Sierra’s football program, it’s too much of a good thing. In May, Shane Rowland became the third coach in four seasons for the Stallions, who are eager to

Sierra High School Varsity Softball falls to St. Mary’s 1-16

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 4:00 PM St. Mary's AWAY 16 Sierra High School HOME 1 Game Recap JoAnnie Hernandez had 1 strikeout Gyani Sami had 1 strikeout in relief Cecilia Orozco added 1 hit Amanah Mann scored Sierra’s lone run on a stole base going home. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Lundyn Jackson signs

Congratulations to Lundyn Jackson on her signing to play basketball at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas.

Why do former high-school athletes make more money?

Why do former high-school athletes make more money? . View photo Thinkstock This project was a slam dunk, that one was a home run, and it’s just the way the ball bounces—the last thing the business world needs to catalogue its accomplishments is another facile sports metaphor. But it’s not just athletic metaphors that proliferate

88 percent of NFL draft picks played multiple sports

88 percent of NFL draft picks played multiple sports May 4, 2015 / Basketball • Coaching • Track & Field This year’s NFL Draft provided more proof that young athletes are better off participating in more than one sport. Sixty-three percent of NFL draft picks were track and field athletes in high school. | Photo via

Special-needs couple reigns at Colorado Springs high school prom

Special-needs couple reigns at Colorado Springs high school prom By Debbie Kelley •  Updated: May 16, 2015 at 6:28 am Sierra High School students were on their feet, stomping, clapping and whooping at last week’s assembly for seniors. The most popular Prom Court couple had walked toward each other from opposite ends of the gym, met in the center,

Welcome To The Home For Sierra Sports

Fall sports are around the corner and this year the Stallions will feature an online presence that will cover our schools athletic programs like never before. Stay tuned for more details and exciting news!

Sierra Athletics Needs Your Help

With the new website, we now have a portal to promote our sports like never before.  If you would like to get involved with reporting scores, writing articles or even taking pictures or video … Contact the Athletic Department to see what you can do to help and make gostallionsports.com the best of the best