Pueblo girls basketball star Idalis Galindo has had a senior season to remember.
Henry Cejudo celebrates his wrestling gold medal in the 55kg weight class after beating Tomohiro Matsunaga of Japan in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Henry Cejudo may have been one of the smallest wrestlers in the Pueblo gymnasium Saturday, but he was looked at like the biggest star.
Ironwood Ridge’s baseball team is 10-0 and averaging more than 15 runs a game.
At Cienega, the Bobcats (5-2) capitalized on two Pueblo turnovers and scored 28 points in the second quarter to take a 42-0 halftime lead. Pueblo (2-5) faced a running clock in the second half.
At Pueblo, Dominique Drake ran for 270 yards and three scores as the Colts (4-2) beat the Warriors (2-4) in a wild game that featured 900 yards of offense.
At Pueblo the Blue Devils (3-2) took over with 21 points in the second quarter.
At Pueblo, the Warriors (2-2) overcame an early 14-0 deficit and withstood a late rally to beat the Caballeros (2-2). Pueblo scored on the last play of the first half to take a 28-21 lead and extended it to 42-21 after two quick scores in the third quarter.
At Tucson High School, the Chargers (0-2) could not handle the Warriors' (1-1) big plays. Cholla outgained Pueblo 223-197, but the Warriors scored on plays off 55, 76 and 59 yards to beat the Chargers.
The ground was littered with flags, after the Badgers and the Warriors combined for 20 penalties. Junior quarterback Donovan Moore and senior receiver Levi Wallace carried the Badgers offense past the Warriors.
Students from Wakefield Middle School, Cholla, Pueblo and Tucson
high schools walked out of class Monday morning.
At Pueblo, quarterback Adam Larriva rushed for two touchdowns
and passed for another to lead the Falcons (2-2, 4-6) past the
Warriors (0-3, 2-7) in the Sonoran Region game. Fullback Alyn
Fletcher helped out by rushing for 135 yards and a touchdown.
Fall has arrived in the Old Pueblo, and what it lacks in
colorful leaves it makes up for in fine weather.