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Gya’ni Sami Selected as Gazette Preps 2019 Girls’ Track and Field All-Star

Sierra graduate Gya’ni Sami was selected by the Colorado Springs Gazette as a track and field all star for the girls discus. Here is Gya’ni’s blurb from the Gazette: “Sami’s second throw at state traveled 131-8 for the area’s best mark in the discus by a few feet. Her second-place showing was the best mark

Why all athletes must strengthen the neck

By Ken Mannie I learned about the importance of training the head and neck musculature early in my career. As a high school coach in the mid-1970s, our staff attended several spring football clinics at Penn State University. Dan Riley, who was the head strength and conditioning coach, would always emphasize strengthening the neck region

Sierra 2019 State Track Qualifiers

State track begins Thursday at Jefferson County Stadium. The Sierra Track team is proud to send the following athletes to state this year. State Bound Athletes 2019 Connar Burgess Blake Brooks Elijah Smith Tristan Burris Maleik Goldman Kent Mattern KaShon Dunlap Lewis Newkirk Natalie Pollock DaeJuana Rhodes Kiana Wardrett Taleisha McMiller Ariona Iverson Gya’ni Sami

Girls Track Team Finishes 2nd at Canon City Blossom Festival

The Sierra High School Girls Track team finished in 2nd place at the Canon City Blossom Festival Track Meet yesterday. As we inch closer to the state championships at Jeffco Stadium on May 16-18 the Sierra track team is making huge strides to having a good showing at state. With multiple first place finishes by

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

This week is Officials Appreciation Week! Here’s what you can do to help

This week is Officials Appreciation Week. Schools, teams and fans are encouraged to spend extra time showing officials how much they are valued as part of our Association. Here are a few ideas on what schools and fans can do to show their appreciation to officials at games and events this week: Provide refreshments such

Sierra Track & Field Has Top 10 Showing at FFCHS Invite

The Sierra High School Boys and Girls Track teams performed at a high caliber this weekend with both achieving top 10 finishes at the Fountain Fort Carson Invitational which featured some of the best track programs in the state of Colorado. The girls finished 6th out of 17 schools and the boys finished 9th out

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