A week before Thanksgiving, the Aurora Central volleyball team again served up its thanks to its community. On Nov. 16, the Trojans put on a free Thanksgiving meal for people in the community, continuing a tradition they started last year.
AURORA | In the wake of an 11-win 2017 season, the Aurora Central volleyball team is serving up more success off the court. For the second year in a row, coach Barry Lago and the Trojans are reaching out to their community to provide a free Thanksgiving dinner.
AURORA |Results from the 12 three-team 2017 Class 5A regional volleyball tournaments scheduled for Nov. 3-4, 2017.
AURORA | The Vista PEAK volleyball team’s quest to reach the Class 4A regionals has ended and now comes the even more difficult part, getting to the state tournament. With a 14-9 regular season, the Bison finished No. 29 in the RPI standings and that’s the same seed they received in the postseason, which put […]
Aurora has four chances to end its glaring absence from the Class 5A state volleyball tournament. The city went unrepresented at the Denver Coliseum last season for the first time in nearly a decade, as a number of RPI-related circumstances and the rise of programs in other parts of the metro area kept them out. Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview and Rangeview worked their way into the 5A postseason by their league standing or RPI position in the recently completed regular season.
AURORA | Brackets and schedule for the 12 three-team 2017 Class 5A regional volleyball tournaments scheduled for Nov. 4 at various sites as released Monday by the Colorado High School Activities Association.
AURORA | The Grandview volleyball team rebounded from a four-set loss to Cherokee Trail in the finale of the Centennial League season with a three-set sweep of the rival Cougars to open the Centennial League Challenge Thursday.
AURORA | The Centennial League volleyball season came to an end Tuesday night, setting up the matchups for the season-ending Centennial League challenge tournament. Based on their finish in the final standings, the eight league teams — including Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill from Aurora — were divided into two pools for three final matches beginning Thursday.
Aurora volleyball teams are ready to turn the page on last season, when the state tournament was decided completely without them. For the first time in a decade, not a single city program managed to make it to the Denver Coliseum, a rare event that was the result of some odd circumstances in addition to the impact of the newly-instituted RPI feature for determining the makeup of the postseason.