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Frederick Lantern

Senior Kooper Anderson tries to run past the Holy Family Tigers on a kick return. Despite putting up excellent stats and getting four touchdowns, Frederick lost its first football game of the year thanks to a last-second play by the Tigers.

Learning from Defeat

Ryley Anderson and Iyonna Moore September 1, 2022

Friday, August 26 marked the first Frederick home football game as the Golden Eagles. The team played their season opener against the Holy Family Tigers, and though Frederick lost by a single point from...

The girls golf team has has a strong start to the season so far and they have a bright future for the season coming. Pictured in the photo, Abby Weston, Ella Hopple, Danika Dennis, Hallie Berlinger, Lexi Bendfelt, Makayla Miller, Eden Morris, and Zoe Millard. (Left to right)

Girls Golf Has Much to Offer

Kaya Paluda, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

It is that time of the year again. It's Girls Golf season! Although golf is not everyone’s forte and many don't know much about the sport it sure does deserve more recognition. Fredericks girls golf...

Track Season Running With Full Head Of Steam

Track Season Running With Full Head Of Steam

Makenzie Carpenter-Sais, Staff writer April 14, 2022

Track & Field may not grab as much public attention compared to other team sports at Frederick High. However, if you ask the students, it’s still a sought-after and anticipated sport during the...

Families have been weighing the balance between the pros of playing sports, and the financial cost that families have to pay in ording for their child to participate. Most sports cost around $1,000 to $3,000 to play, while sports like ice hockey and baseball can cost up to $12,000 a year.

The High Price To Play

Mason Faulkner, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

Youth sports are a great way for kids to build character, stay in shape, and build relationships. High school sports extend youth sports by having higher competitiveness to them. The downside to youth...

Coach Sola doing what he does best. Sola is the newest soccer coach at FHS and is excited and more than ready his first coaching season here at FHS for the girls soccer program. He’s here to create unity and create a bigger and better soccer community.

Frederick Girls Soccer Hopeful Under Sola

Kaya Paluda, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

Meet Coach Sola, the newest member of the FHS sports coaching staff. He is hard working and competitive, and he is here to make an impact on the Frederick soccer program. Sola is here to make a difference...

The Warriors huddle up before tip-off at the Denver Colliseum

Warriors Fall To Colts in Semi-Finals

Joshua Bailey, Editor-in-Chief March 14, 2022

Despite a magical season for the Frederick Warriors, the stars did not align in the final four tournament last weekend, as they faltered against the Pueblo South Colts by a score of 56-67. It looked as...

State championships are more than just a game that marks the end of the season--they often mark of something incredible for the team, their school, and their community

Why Going to State Matters

Kaya Paluda, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

This week, Frederick High has been buzzing with energy around the 4A Boys Basketball championship games this weekend. Our Warriors have made it through a tough playoff bracket (even a close game with Mead...

Alexia Guevara going up to make a shot. Her and her teammates loved being able to have fun and be competitive. What pushed the Unified team the most was the support that they received throughout their season from their mentors to the Rowdy Crowd.

Unified in Glory

Julissa Solorzano, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

It’s not about winning or losing, it’s about teamwork and sportsmanship. Unified Basketball has given an opportunity to students with special needs to be able to get help with basketball.  But it...

The Warriors celebrate an unforgettable win against the Mead Mavericks. It’s Frederick’s first win against their crosstown rivals since 2013

Frederick Conquers Mead, Advances To Final Four

Joshua Bailey, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2022

On an unforgettable Saturday night in a sold-out gym, the Frederick Warriors made history on March 5--beating their adversaries, the Mead Mavericks, for the first time in over nine years. It's Frederick's...

The Rowdy Crowd putting up a dub before the Frederick High Boys Basketball team plays Mead in a previous game at Niwot High.

The Rivalry Continues on the Court

Makenzie Carpenter-Sais, Staff Writer March 4, 2022

The Frederick Boys Basketball team has come out stronger than ever this year and has put on a great showing the whole season. But will they be able to continue their momentum this Saturday against their...

Bryce Conover squares up from three point range

Bittersweet Time At Basketball Playoffs

Joshua Bailey, Editor-in-Chief March 2, 2022

The girls' and boys' basketball teams both seized a couple of playoff victories over the course of last week, overcoming a plethora of pressure heading into the contests. The boys' team hadn't won a playoff...

Bella Hewitt, Ali Davis, Bryce Conover, Brooklyn Weingaedt, Jacoby Conway, Alex Sturn, and Mikenna Hoffman signing their letters of intent given to them by various colleges. With their family beside them in celebration, these athletes plan on bringing the Warrior spirit to their future athletic pursuits.

Making the Commitment

Makenzie Carpenter-Sais and Ellie Kling February 24, 2022

Every year, college recruiters come to see the best of the best across the country. They spend countless hours going to games, tournaments and talking to coaches about their most stellar athletes. We are...

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