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Broomfield Eagles Varsity Drops Game To Cherokee Trail After Late Score

The Eagles stayed in it until the end, but Cherokee Trail pulled away late in a 7-5 victory on Thursday. The game was tied at five with Cherokee Trail batting in the top of the ninth when Addi Krei singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

Broomfield Eagles Varsity knotted the game up at five in the bottom of the seventh inning. Chloe Eiguren drove in one when Eiguren doubled.

Kenzi Garner took the loss for Broomfield. Garner lasted four innings, allowing five hits and three runs while striking out two.

Claire Comstock went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Broomfield Eagles Varsity in hits.


Broomfield Eagles Varsity grabbed an early lead on its way to a 9-2 victory over Fort Collins on Thursday. Broomfield Eagles Varsity scored on a single by Hadlee Reichert, a single by Claire Comstock, a single by Kailey Morales, and an error in the first inning.

Broomfield Eagles Varsity secured the victory thanks to five runs in the first inning. Broomfield Eagles Varsity batters contributing to the big inning included Reichert, Comstock, Morales, and Claire Scott, all knocking in runs in the inning.

Kenzi Garner took the win for Broomfield Eagles Varsity. Garner went seven innings, allowing two runs on six hits and walking one.

Broomfield Eagles Varsity racked up ten hits. Reichert, Comstock, and Morales each racked up multiple hits for Broomfield Eagles Varsity. Reichert led Broomfield Eagles Varsity with three hits in three at bats.

Eagles Nab Win Over Home Town Rival Legacy 8-3

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Legacy scored three runs in the first inning, but Broomfield Eagles Varsity still won 8-3 on Tuesday.

In the bottom of the second inning, Broomfield Eagles Varsity tied things up at three when* Bryna Kapelke* singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run.

The Eagles pulled away for good with two runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Kapelke singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run and Kenzi Garner’s sac fly scored one run for Broomfield.

Broomfield Eagles Varsity scored three runs in the second inning.* Shannon Jones* and* Kapelke* each drove in runs during the inning.

Breanna Fiala pitched Broomfield to victory.* Fiala* surrendered zero runs on three hits over six innings, striking out seven and walking zero.

Khloe Kubitschek took the loss for Legacy. Kubitschek went six innings, allowing eight runs on 11 hits.

Garner started the game for the Eagles Garner went one inning, allowing three runs on two hits, striking out one and walking zero.

Broomfield Eagles racked up 11 hits in the game. Kapelke, Claire Comstock, and Jones each collected multiple hits for Broomfield. Kapelke led the Eagles Varsity with four hits in four at-bats.

Broomfield Eagles Varsity Falls To Horizon

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Broomfield Eagles Varsity Falls To Horizon After Sixth Inning Score

Broomfield Eagles Varsity lost the lead late in a 5-4 defeat to Horizon on Thursday. Horizon was down 4-3 in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Breanna Fiala took the loss for Broomfield Eagles Varsity. Fiala allowed 11 hits and five runs over six innings, striking out five and walking zero.

Broomfield racked up nine hits in the game. Shannon Jones and Hadlee Reichert each managed multiple hits for Broomfield Eagles Varsity.* Reichert* and Jones each collected two hits.


The CHSAA office announced some significant developments for the state softball tournament on Tuesday.

First, the rosters will expand from the current limit of 12 to 15, thanks to a new variance which has been granted from the Governor’s COVID Response Team. This change is effective immediately.

“Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green’s work with the state’s COVID Response team will benefit roster size and equitable opportunities as we head into the last week of the season and into the state tournament,” said CHSAA assistant commissioner Bert Borgmann, who oversees softball.

Second, the state softball tournament is changing from a one-day format, and will instead have first-round and quarterfinal games be played at home sites, hosted by the higher seed. First round games will be played Oct. 6, unless both teams agree to play Oct. 7. Quarterfinals will be played on Oct. 8.

The semifinals and championship games will continue to be played at Aurora Sports Park on Oct. 10, with semifinals at 10 and 10:30 a.m., and the championship games at 1:30 p.m. Games will be played on three individual complexes from semifinals to finals.

“We believe this will help with player safety, limit contact among large groups, as well as cut down on travel for some teams and allow more fans to celebrate their teams’ success,” Borgmann said. “With capacity restrictions still in place, playing at home sites will allow for more fans for teams.”

Each classification will have a 16-team state tournament. Teams will qualify and be seeded by the CHSAA Seeding Index, which takes into account the RPI, MaxPreps rankings and CHSAANow coaches poll.

Also of note: CHSAA cannot overturn federal and state guidelines in regards to quarantine, and therefore in the event a team on the bracket is quarantined, that team’s games will be treated as a bye on the bracket. No previously non-qualifying team will be moved onto the state bracket.