Director of Athletics & Activities
Assistant to the Director
Phone - 303-340-8655 Fax - 303-326-2065
The athletic program of the Aurora Public Schools is an integral part
of the school curriculum. Participation in athletics is designed to promote
school spirit, provide a healthy outlet for energy, improve student morale,
and increase community involvement and support.
Game Schedules & Results
Below is a list of finalists from Saturday's State tournament. North Metro had six teams qualify for the Global Finals at the Nationals in Tennessee:
APS - Aurora Quest
Adams 15 - Colorado STEM
Wray - Wray Elementary
Fort Morgan - Fort Morgan MS
Brighton - SE Elementary
Brighton - Brighton HS
Congratulations to Quest Academy and Good luck at Nationals in Tennessee!
The varsity Girls' Team from Aurora West College Preparatory Academy has clinched the 3A Confluence conference title. The team has earned an automatic state playoff berth. Congratulations to the team and their head coach, Redonia Clark. The first round playoff game will be on Friday, March 7th. Times and location will be given at a later date.
The school will be providing a "Spirit Bus" from the school to the game for students once time and location are known. Good luck to the Lady Spartans on their way to a possible state 3A title for the school.
Be a part of a new high school football program! Each participant will be an original athlete of this unique and distinct program that is being offered for the first time in the APS district. The program will offer opportunities for football
athletes to develop fundamental skills while participating in a positive, quality, tackle football spring program.
All those involved in this program will serve as positive leaders for the future as we proceed in the inaugural season of the Middle School/Denver Broncos Football League
For complete information read the Flyer below!
Zack Golditch has rewritten all sorts of records at Gateway High School and he’ll blaze a trail for the school at Colorado State.
The 6-foot-5, 260-pound offensive tackle preparing for his senior year — and already the owner of nearly every major weight lifting standard kept at the school — gave his verbal commitment to play football at CSU on Sunday, turning down opportunities at Colorado, Air Force, Northern Colorado and Wyoming.
Since he was young, Golditch — who is never short on confidence — believed he would play college football and he’s looking forward to heading up to Fort Collins, where he’ll be possibly the first football signee with CSU in school history. Golditch indicated he’d still listen to other schools up to official signing day in February, but seems set on CSU.
“I always knew I would be able to play football at the next level, but I never saw myself going to CSU growing up,” Golditch said. “I hadn’t really done my homework on them, but they came in late and starting talking to me. They were the ones that put in the work and really made me feel wanted.
“I know it’s not the best program out there right now (3-9 last season), but they are committed to success and they are saying they are going to be good. They want to make better people and better athletes, so I like their commitment to getting better. I also like the town and the people I’ll be going there with.”
Golditch — who became Gateway’s first state champion thrower when he won the discus on May 17 at the Class 5A state track meet — joins a program that is clearly trying to address needs on the offensive line, especially in state, as Bear Creek’s Jake Bennett and Douglas County’s Blake Nowland have also committed to CSU’s future offensive front.
Story Courtesy of Courtney Oaks – Aurora Sentinel