The Lyons High School girls’ basketball team was on the road last week playing at Nederland. The Lady Lions were up by sixteen at the end of the first quarter, giving an opportunity for some of the JV swing players to get valuable Varsity minutes. By the end of the half, Lyons continued to dominate with a twenty-seven
The Lyons High School boys' basketball team played some great ball last week against some good opponents. They twice dominated in the first half, but let both games slip away in the fourth quarter. Lyons will face some tough opponents in the final couple weeks of season, and if they can pull off a win against any of
The Lyons High School girls' basketball team traveled to Ault last week to face sixth ranked Highland on their home court. After a slow start (down by ten, 4 to 14 after first quarter) the Lions’ defense and offense came alive and closed the gap by halftime, trailing by a single bucket, 17 to 19. The Lions continued to keep it close, and even took a brief lead in the third period, and only trailed by four, 26 to 30, by the end of
The Lyons High School boys' basketball team ran their record to 2-3 in the Mile High League, which puts them in ninth place out of thirteen teams. The squad is currently ranked forty-ninth in 2A state, and in District 7 they are ranked sixth out of eight teams. The boys have just seven more games in the season to improve their rankings and hopefully get into postseason play. The teams remaining on Lyons schedule
The C and JV Lyons High School boys’ basketball teams continue to improve their skills and teamwork and played four different schools in eight days. Most players compete on both the C and JV teams.
Lyons solidly beat Dawson School after returning from the holiday break on Friday, January 6. The C team dominated their game,