Colorado Preps continues to track league volleyball results from all five classes and indicate how the scores impact league championship races.  We’ll update throughout the night as scores roll in.



  • Stratton clinched the 2A/1A Union Pacific championship by sweeping Byers in three sets.  Both clubs entered the game unbeaten in league play and with identical overall records of 12-3.  The Eagles have just one conference game remaining while Byers must now beat Limon next week to secure second place.
  • Genoa Hugo scores a three game sweep of Flagler and improves to 11-7.
  • Merino is in the win column with a three game sweep of Prairie.  The Rams have won three straight since back-to-back league losses to Wiggins and Haxtun.  They host Caliche on Thursday.
  • A very young Simla team clinched the Black Forest league title and a regional tournament berth by beating Elbert on Tuesday.  Next up is an interesting date against top 10 ranked Cheraw on Saturday.


  • Dayspring Christian remains alone in second place in the Mile High chase as they swept Lyons in three.  The Eagles opened the night one game back of Denver Christian in the standings and stay one game back.  They’ve already lost their league match to the Thunder so catching them will be difficult.  Lyons fell to fourth with the loss as Union Colony kept third by sweeping Twin Peaks Charter.
  • Meeker celebrates their return to the number one ranking by sweeping 3A Grand Valley.  The Cowboys improved to 15-0 on the season.
  • Limon suffered through a tough five-match losing streak earlier this month but has now won their last two.  They swept Burlington 3-0 last Friday and followed up with a 3-2 decision against Calhan tonight.  It was their third five-set marathon of the season and they’re now 2-1 in those contests.
  • Holyoke moved to 3-2 in the Lower Platte with a 3-0 sweep of Akron.  The Dragons remain in the battle for third and have a key match with Wiggins on the road this Friday.  They also have league matches remaining with Sedgwick County and Yuma.
  • Hoehne stayed one game back of first place Fowler in the Santa Fe chase.  The Farmers downed John Mall 3-0.
  • Sargent started a busy week by downing Custer County in four.  The Farmers battle Sangre De Cristo and Sanford later in the week.  The second contest is most important as it may determine the Southern Peaks crown.


  • Lutheran and Faith Christian remain tied for the Metro lead.  Both stayed perfect against conference opponents as the Lions downed St Mary’s Academy in three and the Eagles also blanked Machebeuf 3-0.  Faith Christian and Lutheran face off on October 27th.
  • Resurrection Christian keeps their two-game cushion atop the Patriot by sweeping Strasburg.  The Cougars opened the night two games ahead of Sterling, University, Eaton and Liberty Common.  They’ve beaten all but Eaton who they face on October 26th.
  • Coming off their first league loss to Alamosa on Monday night, Bayfield is back in the win column as they move past Pagosa Springs in four.  The Wolverines remain tied with Central atop the IML and those two collide in the first of two matches on Thursday.
  • Academy remains one game back of DSST-Montview in the Frontier chase as they downed Arrupe Jesuit in three.  The Wildcats are also tied with Lake County in second.
  • Vanguard kept a share of second place in the Tri Peaks by sweeping James Irwin.  The Coursers and Manitou Springs both have one league loss but both remain one game back of unbeaten Lamar (13-0) in the conference standings.


  • Woodland Park improved to 3-0 in the Colorado Springs Metro South division and is now alone atop the standings.  They opened the night tied with Mesa Ridge in first but the Grizzlies were taken out by Coronado 3-0.
  • Cheyenne Mountain downed Lewis Palmer 3-1 in their annual rivalry game.  Surprisingly, the outcome does not factor into the top two positions in the Pikes Peak league as both teams started the night at least two games of league leaders Palmer Ridge and Rampart.
  • The Jeffco race started the night with three league unbeatens in Evergreen, Conifer and D’Evelyn.  Now there are just two as Evergreen swept Conifer.  D’Evelyn upped their mark to 4-0 by beating Alameda 3-0.
  • The two league matchups between Pueblo West and Pueblo County should determine the South Central championship.  Pueblo West took the first match tonight; winning in three sets to take sole possession of the lead.
  • Falcon topped Mitchell 3-0 to remain one game back of Classical Academy in the CS Metro North.  The Falcons began the night tied with Sand Creek in second but is now alone there as the Scorpions lost to Elizabeth 3-0.
  • Montrose and Fruita Monument are now tied for the Southwester lead as the Indians stormed back for a 3-2 win over the Wildcats tonight.  Fruita opened the match with a one game lead due to their 3-0 sweep in the first meeting.  Now the two teams are tied with one league loss apiece.
  • Erie stays alone atop the NCAA race by downing Mead 3-1.  The Tigers are unbeaten in conference and the win maintains their one game edge on Windsor.  Mead is now three games off the pace.


  • Fossil Ridge stays one game back of Broomfield in the Front Range as they downed Horizon 3-0.  The Sabercats are tied with Legacy with one loss apiece but both are trailing unbeaten Broomfield in the conference standings.  Broomfield has beaten Fossil Ridge this year and will face Legacy on the 21st.  The Eagles stayed perfect in the conference with a 3-1 defeat of Rocky Mountain.
  • Vista Peak kept a share of the East Metro lead by beating Hinkley in three.  The Bison are now 5-0 and share the lead with Brighton (2-0).  Hinkley dropped to fifth with their second league loss.
  • By far the biggest upset of the season belongs to Cherokee Trail as they take out top ranked Cherry Creek in straight sets 25-23, 25-22 and 26-24.  Cherry Creek falls into a first place tie with Grandview at 5-1 but they’ve beaten the Wolves head to head.
  • Grandview beat Arapahoe on Tuesday night and that loss cost the Warriors a share of third place.  That spot belongs to Cherokee Trail and Eaglecrest as the Raptors downed Mullen 3-0.
  • Rampart is no longer unbeaten in the Pikes Peak league as they fell to Pine Creek 3-2.  The Rams are now alone in second and one game back of 4A Palmer Ridge.
  • Valor Christian also went five sets but now sits alone atop the Jeffco standings thanks to their hard fought win over Ralston Valley.
  • Chaparral stays perfect in the Continental and keeps their two game lead on the division by downing Regis 3-0.  Mountain Vista, Legend and Highlands Ranch remain in second with identical 6-2 records.  Mountain Vista and Legend both picked up three game sweeps on Tuesday.  Highlands Ranch did not play.  Regis slipped to fifth with the loss to Chaparral.