Last February, Trevor Randel was a sophomore when he made an impressive run toward a state championship in the 2A Colorado State Wrestling Tournament in Denver. He didn’t quite reach his goal last winter, but this summer he took an impressive step forward in preparing for next year and making another bid at the gold medal.
Football season is right around the corner and the defending 6-man state champion Eads Eagles will be looking at a slightly different league scenario than a year ago. The 2016 football season is the first of a two-year cycle so many teams have been moved to different conferences while others have stayed put. Here’s a quick rundown of the new league lineups in the eight and six man divisions.
Canfield signs to rodeo for Lamar Community College
(Lamar, Colorado; August 3, 2016) Taci Canfield, a 2016 McClave High School graduate, recently signed a letter of intent to rodeo for Lamar Community College this fall.
Eads had three youth compete at the recent Youth Golf Tournament held on July 28 at the Limon Tamarack Golf Course. In the 10-year-old division, Brentley Lening shot a 35 in his six-hole tournament and ended up beating all the competition by seven strokes to get first place. Brigden Parker won the 13-year-old division coming in with a 48 in the nine-hole tournament; while Brandon Lening was third in the 13-year-old division shooting a 58. –Photo Credit Mei Lan Lening