The very young Eads Eagles managed to qualify for the regional playoffs due to their RPI rankings as they have played well against stiff competition throughout the season. With their RPI putting them in the 13 seed of 16 teams who qualified, they ended up playing in a four-way tournament at Haxtun with the Bulldogs as the top-seeded host.
The Cheyenne Wells Girls’ Golf team coached by Stacy Noe has enjoyed beautiful weather during this season as they march quickly toward the Regional Tournament to be held May 6 at the Highland Hills Municipal Golf course in Greeley.
The Eads Boys’ and Girls’ track teams faced off against some particularly competitive athletes over the weekend as they were in the La Junta Tiger Relays on Friday and then faced off with a number of good tracksters in the Holly Track Meet on Saturday.
The Eads baseball team went 1 and 2 over this past week of play, but their one win was a big one as they managed to grab an upset win over undefeated Otis, 7-4, in the nightcap of a key conference double header.
The Wild West Athletics Wranglers out of Lamar had 16 gymnasts compete in Salina, Kansas in the Tumble in the Jungle on March 2-3, they represent 6 competitive levels and 14 different age divisions. In the All Around the girls brought home 5 Gold medals, 5 Silvers and 4 Bronze. It was the largest meet of the year so far.