Pine Creek Eagles

FOOTBALL
Colorado Class 4A

Overall Record: 0-0
League Record: 0-0 (Southern)
2016 Football Schedule
Date
Opponent
9/2
9/10
9/23
10/14
10/22
10/28
11/4
*Indicates league games
Pine Creek Football News Feed

CLASS 4A FOOTBALL PREVIEW - WEEK ONE

While preseason rankings are largely based on conjecture, Week 1 of the Class 4A schedule will serve as an immediate litmus test to help determine where many teams stack up on the classification’s pecking order. [READ]

CLASS 4A LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREDICTIONS

Familiar names fill out our roster of teams we expect to battle for league championships on the Class 4A level this year. Windsor (2015) and Pine Creek (2013-14) have combined to win the last three state championships and those two will again be a factor on the league and state level. Joining them [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEW

Longs Peak League rivals Windsor and Loveland are squaring off in the Class 4A title game Saturday at Sports Authority Field, and here is a capsule featuring team leaders, notes and quotes. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A STATE SEMIFINALS PREVIEW

One familiar matchup that appeared imminent the entire time. Then the other, which pits a dominant top seed against what could be the biggest wildcard of the playoffs spanning all classifications. Here's a look at the 4A semifinals. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS PREVIEW

Three first-round upsets would seem to have tilted the Class 4A playoff field on its axis, but don’t get too carried away labeling the remainder of the postseason as wide open. While the upsets definitely shook things up, keep in mind that the top three seeds are still going strong. [READ]

FOOTBALL: PLAYOFF SCHEDULE/RESULTS (ALL CLASSES)

Another round of playoff football is set and the matchups for all seven classes can be seen below. The highlight of the weekend will be the first state championship game as Eads plays host to Arickaree/Woodlin for the six man crown. Classes 2A, 1A and eight man will also determine their state fina [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A - FIRST ROUND PREVIEW

No one seemed to discourage a Class 4A championship rematch during the regular season. Now it remains to be seen whether anyone can in the postseason. But while Pine Creek and Longmont seemingly are on a collision course, they are hardly the only story in the 4A bracket. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 10

The Class 4A poll saw little movement entering the final week of the regular season, and perhaps that’s fitting. That’s because in Week 10, league races supersede the rankings anyway. Here's a breakdown of what's at stake in the final week. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 9

Unless there is something of a large-scale upset this week, the Class 4A poll could look suspiciously the same next week. That’s because Week 9 is bereft of a Top 10 battle in the classification, although there are a few key games of note in the penultimate week of the regular season. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 8

Durango already is a surprising story. The Demons want to become a shocking story. All it will take is a win this week, but there is a reason why it would be considered a shocker if the No. 5 Demons pull it off. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 7

If it’s a foregone conclusion that Pine Creek will enter the playoffs as the No. 1 seed – and many believe it is – then this week’s Longmont-Windsor battle could be 4A's regular-season game of the year for everyone else. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 6

The midway point of the season is here in Class 4A and, alas, so is league play. Two Top 10 battles highlight the Week 6 slate, with a Longs Peak League showdown featuring No. 3 Windsor and No. 5 Greeley West the marquee game in the classification. [READ]

FOOTBALL: LIST OF UNBEATEN TEAMS AT MID-SEASON

Week five is the midway point of the season and the list of unbeaten teams continues to dwindle. Below is a quick rundown of the all programs that have made it to the first weekend in October without a loss. Class 4A has the most unbeaten teams and Class 3A the fewest. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 5A AND 4A RECAP (WEEK 4)

While some of the ultimate results were expected, the ways they came about were a little surprising Friday night. The top-ranked teams in Classes 5A and 4A each won, but it wasn’t exactly easy for Cherry Creek or Pine Creek, the latter of which notched its 30th straight. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 5

The Pine Creek football team hasn't played a soft schedule. The Eagles’ scores only make it look that way. The top-ranked Eagles have obliterated their first four opponents and now face perhaps their sternest test to date in surging Vista Ridge, which has climbed to No. 2. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK 4

After mowing down consecutive top-three opponents, top-ranked Pine Creek will be coming off a nine-day respite when they oppose Pueblo West in Class 4A nonleague action Saturday. That highlights a heavy slate of Top action in the classification. [READ]

FOOTBALL: WEEK FOUR STATE RANKINGS

No changes at the top of any respective divisions but there is quite a bit of movement elsewhere in the latest football rankings released today by CHSAA. They are posted below. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW – WEEK THREE

There is plenty of 4A action on Friday, but Thursday might steal the show with No. 1 Pine Creek traveling to No. 3 Dakota Ridge. This one is so good it might force some to DVR the Broncos-Chiefs game. [READ]

FOOTBALL: WEEK TWO RANKINGS RELEASED

CHSAA has released new football rankings and as guessed there are three new number one teams this week as previously top ranked teams Valor Christian, Brush and Caliche all lost in week one. Despite a zero week loss to 4A power Longmont, Pueblo East though was able to maintain top billing in Class [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - WEEK ONE

The 4A schedule offers no ease-in period before the first big-time showdown, as Week One will feature one of the most anticipated games of the season Friday night: Top-ranked Pine Creek at home against No. 4 Falcon, a longtime Colorado Springs-area rival. [READ]

FOOTBALL: ZERO WEEK RECAP (ALL CLASSES)

Nearly 40 games were played on Thursday, Friday and Saturday as the 2015 football officially opened with zero week. Most of the results went as expected but as is always the case early in the season, there were a few so-called upsets. Here’s a quick look at some of the top games. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A ZERO WEEK PREVIEW

There are many quality football teams in the 4A ranks again this year but the question for each is if they can catch Pine Creek and end the Eagles two year dominance in the division. Easily the most physical team in Class 4A, the Eagles carry a 25-game winning streak into the 2015 and have won eigh [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Longmont QB Clint Sigg hopes to keep the hot hand as he leads the Trojans into the 4A state championship game against defending champion and unbeaten Pine Creek. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - STATE SEMIFINALS

It’s been a chaotic post-season in Class 4A as defending state champion Pine Creek is the only team among the top six seeds to reach the state semifinals. The top ranked Eagles will be challenged by 13th seeded Falcon in one semifinal while #7 Longmont faces #11 Broomfield in the other. Falcon [READ]

FOOTBALL: WEEK 13 PLAYOFF RESULTS - ALL CLASSES

Three more state championship trophies will be handed out this weekend as title games are slated in Classes 2A, 1A and 8man. Those three contests are joined by the semifinals in the largest three divisions. Here’s a look at the matchups and we’re updating game times and dates as they become [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PLAYOFF PREVIEW - QUARTERFINALS

Rematches dominate the Class 4A state quarterfinals as two of the contests feature teams that squared off in the regular season and a third is a repeat of a second round battle just a year ago. The remaining 4A field also includes two teams that picked up road wins over higher seeds in the opening [READ]

FOOTBALL: PLAYOFF SCHEDULE/RESULTS - WEEK 12

The first Gold Ball of the 2014 football season will be handed out Saturday as the top two seeds in the six man division face off for the championship. That’s one of 19 post-season games on the schedule for week 12. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PLAYOFF PREVIEW - 1ST ROUND

Filled with quality teams from top to bottom, the Class 4A playoff race could be the most exciting of 2014. Defending state champion Pine Creek is the top seed and they remain the favorite but should receive challenges from many teams including fellow unbeaten and 4A newcomer Fort Collins. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - WEEK 10

Three conference champions have been crowned and the remaining leagues will hand out their trophies later this week as the Class 4A regular season comes to a close. Tiebreakers could also play a role in determining playoff spots as a couple of conferences could end up in three way ties. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - WEEK 9

Conference leaders combine on three different fronts this week as Rampart challenges Pine Creek in the Pikes Peak, Broomfield and Fort Collins go head-to-head in the Longs Peak and Littleton faces Ponderosa in the Plains conference. All six teams are unbeaten in conference action. Below is a break [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - WEEK 8

Since almost every teams still has two games remaining on their schedule after this week, no Class 4A club can clinch a conference championship this week. And with the Montrose-Falcon battle serving as the only game of league leaders, teams mainly need wins to keep them in position for a league [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - WEEK 7

Other than Ponderosa’s mild upset of then 5th ranked Dakota Ridge, week one of conference play in Class 4A went as expected. This week several teams who posted league opening wins now square off this weekend with only the winners maintaining a piece of first place. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A PREVIEW - WEEK 6

The last classification to join in teams in the 4A division finally get a chance to enjoy conference play but that excitement may be short lived. Only three games on the schedule this week involve winning teams facing off so the others have a good chance at turning into lopsided affairs. The key [READ]

FOOTBALL: TODD MILLER - PINE CREEK

The defending state champions and top ranked Eagles were impressive in rolling past #5 Vista Ridge 41-7. [LISTEN]

FOOTBALL: TODD MILLER - PINE CREEK

The defending state champions used a strong first half to down visiting and 6th ranked Dakota Ridge 31-3. [LISTEN]

FOOTBALL: VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE WEEKEND

Colorado Preps was again out and about shooting highlights of various games around the state. All of our highlights from the enter can be found by clicking on the highlights button in the menu bar. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A WEEK THREE PREVIEW

Changes are coming to the Class 4A poll next Monday as the week three schedule features three games involving top ten teams against one another and two other games where a ranked squad faces a 5A squad. A ninth squad also battles a long-time rivalry giving the week a mid-November playoff tone. [READ]

FOOTBALL: WEEK TWO TOP TEN SCHEDULE

Matt Call led the Discovery Canyon defense in their impressive week one win over 4A Silver Creek. Call and the Thunder now face Holy Family in one of the main attractions of week two. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A WEEK ONE PREVIEW

Four of the ten teams in the Class 4A pre-season football rankings were in action during zero week and one of them gets the rare opportunity to meet another team that also played an early game last weekend. And that matchup pits the #2 team in Class 4A against the #2 team from the 3A ranks. [READ]

FOOTBALL: ZERO WEEK PREVIEW

Angelo Youngreen (#29) has graduated but the Montrose Indians return enough talent for a return appearance in the 4A state finals. They're one of many top teams in action during zero week. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CHANGES A PLENTY IN CLASSES & LEAGUES

Daniel Langewisch and the Faith Christian Eagles are one of numerous teams with new coaches and a new conference for the 2014 football campaign. [READ]

PRACTICE BEGINS FOR 2014

Paonia is one of seven defending state champions that open practice for the 2014 season today. The Eagles captured the 1A state crown by beating Centauri in the finals. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW

It took a bit for Pine Creek to get over the loss to Valor Christian in the 2011 State Championship game. Pine Creek was handled 66-10. Head Coach Todd Miller said at the state championship press conference on Tuesday, "We (had to) cleanse our soul after the loss to Valor." [READ]

PINE CREEK FOOTBALL: Todd Miller

For the second time in three years, Pine Creek downed Monarch in the semifinals to earn a visit to the state championship game. [LISTEN]

FOOTBALL: PLAYOFF SCHEDULE/RESULTS (ALL CLASSES)

QB Jay McIntyre and the Monarch Coyotes need a home win over Pine Creek today to reach a second consecutive state final. It's one of nine games on the playoff schedule for today. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A SEMIFINAL PREVIEW

Garrett Krage and the Pueblo South Colts host the 4A semifinal game against Monarch on Saturday - the first time the Colts have been at home in three Final Four appearances. [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A QUARTERFINAL PREVIEW

Top seeded Montrose ran for 359 yards in their first round win over Montbello. Now the Indians host another Denver City League school in Denver South in one of four quarterfinal battles in Class 4A. [READ]

FOOTBALL: PLAYOFF SCHEDULE (WEEK 12)

Footballs first state champion will be crowned this week as Liberty/Stratton battles Hi Plains for the six man title on Saturday. State finalists will also be determined in eight man, Class 1A and 2A while the remaining three divisions cut their playoff field down to just four teams. Here's a [READ]

FOOTBALL: CLASS 4A FIRST ROUND PREVIEW

The bracket sets up nicely for a huge rematch at the end if all goes the way #1 Montrose and certainly #2 Monarch wants. The Indians are the only team to beat the defending 4A champs and the Coyotes are better since the loss. The 16-team bracket in Class 4A truly represents the best in class [READ]

FOOTBALL: NEW RANKINGS ANNOUNCED

With the post-season set to get underway in all but two classes our new Colorado Preps football rankings are limited to Classes 3A and 4A. This will also represent the final football poll of the season as the teams will determine the champion on the field over the next month. [READ]

FOOTBALL: WEEK NINE RANKINGS

Two number one teams were knocked off in week eight and those losses might or might not cause some changes in our latest Colorado Preps football rankings. Palisade was surprised by Delta (3A) inside the Western Slope while Montrose (4A) came up short by three points to Grand Junction. Five new [READ]

FOOTBALL: WEEK SEVEN RANKINGS ANNOUNCED

After three defending state champions were beaten on the same night in week five, things returned to normal bit in week six as most of the highly ranked teams were able to post victories. There is however a new number one in Class 3A as Palisade takes over the top slot [READ]

PINE CREEK FOOTBALL: Todd Miller

In a top five 4A battle, the 5th ranked Eagles scored a very critical win over 4th ranked Falcon. [LISTEN]

FOOTBALL: WEEK SIX RANKINGS ANNOUNCED

Lamar QB Draven Adame has led Lamar to a perfect 5-0 start and up to fifth in this week's Colorado Preps football rankings. [READ]

FOOTBALL RANKINGS ANNOUNCED (Week Four)

Since most of the top ten teams were winners in week three or had their games cancelled due to the flooding along the I-25 corridor, there are very few changes in the latest football rankings released by Colorado Preps. [READ]

FOOTBALL: TOP MATCHUPS FOR WEEK THREE

For the first time this season there is not a one versus two battle in any of the classifications but that doesnt mean the week three schedule is void of top matchups. League action gets underway on a few fronts in the smaller divisions and there are several matchups involving top ten teams. [READ]

WEEK THREE FOOTBALL POLLS RELEASED

An upheaval in the eight man ranks is the headliner for the week three Colorado Preps football rankings released today. Four ranked teams from last week were knocked off and all four were dropped from the poll going into the third full week of football. [READ]

WEEK TWO AT A GLANCE

Heavyweight clashes can be found in nearly every class in week two of the football season. Very few contests involve league competition but outcomes could actually help determine playoff berths and/or seeding down the road. [READ]

WEEK TWO FOOTBALL POLLS ANNOUNCED

Each Monday throughout the regular season, Colorado Preps releases a new set of football rankings for all divisions. Two new number one teams can be found in week two and ten programs unranked in the preseason are now found in their respective Top Ten. [READ]

CLASS 4A - WEEK ONE PREVIEW

Monarch is the defending Class 4A state champion and is considered the team to beat again in 2013 but the margin between the Monarch and other top challengers is very narrow. [READ]