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  • Overall Record: 4 - 3
  • Conference Record: N/A

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High school sports and activities play a profound role in developing young men and women

We communicate on smart phones, drive smart cars, make purchases using smart cards and even drink smart water. But, really, how smart are we? Between college admission and internet privacy scandals, sexual misconduct investigations, stolen trade secrets and the growing concern about how we communicate and connect with each other, technology seems to be outpacing

After School Activities Cancelled 4/10

Due to incoming weather all afterschool activities at Sierra high school have been canceled for April 10, 2019. Please check back tomorrow for updates on events and activities.

Coaches Must Take the Time to Teach Sportsmanship

High school athletics provide athletes with opportunities to learn many things that are not covered in the academic curriculum. Athletes build relationships with their teammates and coaches, establish healthy exercise habits and experience the range of emotions that come with competition. During these contests, students feel the responsibility of representing themselves, their families, teams, and

Sierra High School Community Day!

With warmer weather approaching in Colorado Springs we would like to invite everyone to a community day at Sierra on May 4, 2019, from 9am-12pm. For those interested in the Color Run please email Samantha Sholts at ssholts@hsd2.org to express your interest and give her your shirt size.

Do Not Let Fear Be a Factor in Your Sport

By Stan Popovich Sometimes, fear and anxiety can get the best of us in sports. The key is to know how to manage that fear and anxiety. Following are some techniques that athletes can use to help manage their fears and everyday anxieties. Occasionally, you may become stressed when you have to perform in an

Talent vs. Attitude

What would you rather have, a team full of talent with poor attitudes, or a team with low talent and great attitudes? For some, this may be a difficult choice, but for the majority of coaches, the choice is easy. I’ll take the team of great attitudes over talent. In the end, talent will only

The Importance of Multi-sport Participation

By Mark Rerick One of the biggest debates that has been pushed into today’s youth sports culture is whether athletes are best to specialize in one sport or try their hands at participating in multiple sports. Because of the prevalence, access, and influence of club based sports, we’re seeing more of our high school athletes

Spring Sale on the Sierra Online Store

Don’t miss out on the spring savings from the Sierra Online Store! Click this link to get some Stallion gear for the end of the school year! https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/colorado/coloradosprings/sierra-high-school

The Importance of a Strong Coach-Athlete Relationship

By James Gels A team’s success is mostly measured by its season record and overall amount of victories, yet winning is only a minor part of success. Success alone does not make a team great until it is paired with effective coaching. Effective coaching runs deeper than wins and losses, it also includes reaching athletes

Four Keys for Developing Confident Players

Imagine you’re a bird resting on a tree branch. It’s a nice day and you’re relaxing while taking in nature’s beauty. Life is good. Now imagine you’re sitting on the branch during a windy day. We as humans would probably be nervous the branch would break, but the bird isn’t. Why? It’s all about confidence.