Sierra Girls Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 0 - 3 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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After School Activities Canceled 10/10/2019

All after school activities at Sierra this evening are canceled due to the weather. This includes sports, activities, tutoring and night school. The softball game scheduled for today has been rescheduled for Saturday at 11am in Elizabeth. Stay safe and warm Stallions! #StallionNation #GoStallions

Time to Save on Sierra Gear!

Shop today on the Sierra online store for gear and gifts and save 20%! Proceeds go to support Sierra High School and the many different programs we offer our students! http://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/colorado/coloradosprings/sierra-high-school

Fall Sports At Sierra in Full Swing

The fall sports season officially kicked off on Monday August 12th. Football, Boys Soccer, Volleyball, Softball, Cross Country, and Cheerleading have all been having very productive practices to prepare for the 2019 Fall season. Check out these photos of our great student athletes in action!

2019-2020 Athletic Registration Now Open

With a new school year approaching that means that all student athletes at Sierra High School must complete online registration in order to participate in Athletics at Sierra. We use a system called Arbiter to complete that registration and it must be done prior to the official start of practice for the sport you are

Fathers Day Sale on the Sierra Online Store

With summer coming up fast on everyone we know that there is a need to get the father in your life a gift. Here at Sierra Athletics we suggest getting dad some Sierra gear so he is ready to take on games and events at Sierra! Use the code below to get 15% off a

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