Heart sets him apart

Heart sets him apart

Kate Muldoon, Social Media Editor

October 24, 2019

It's every player’s dream to start on varsity football as a freshman. That dream became a reality for Keiran Singh ‘22 in 2018.  But only for three games.  As a freshman, Keiran Singh ‘22 played starting running back during the Homecoming football game last year. “There were ...

Manson family values

Manson family values

April 26, 2019

Climbing fourteeners, venturing out into the middle of nowhere, and finding lakes while being surrounded by the beautiful Colorado trees. The Manson family is not only connected by blood, but also by their deep love for athletics and the outdoors. “On one of our hikes, we found this big lake that...

Just keep swimming

Just keep swimming

Grant Myers, Lindsay Haight, Lincoln Roch, Brandon Phillips, Sebastian Manzanares, and Haley Breit, Staff Editor, Staff Writers

March 19, 2019

She jumps in the pool, feeling the cold water surround her. She takes a deep breath, reassuring herself that she is ready for her best swim, the 100 yard backstroke. This is what it is like for Katey Lewicki ‘20 at her state meet. In her junior year of high school, she ranked third overall in 4A state....

What makes a sport a sport?

Football stands at attention while the marching band performs the National Anthem at the Aug 29 game against Longmont.

Lindsay Haight, Team Editor - The Pack

November 7, 2018

The debate on what qualifies as a sport has been a topic in many conversations for years. Though some “non-sports” may not have a high amount of physicality, they still have things that qualify them to being a sport. And it’s not just physicality that plays into it. “I think what constitutes a...

Hey now, you’re an all star, get your game on, go play!

A shot from the Monarch vs. Regis hockey game

Zachary Salaman and Chance Bradley

May 18, 2018

Monarch sports can transform an athlete into something far greater, but they also allow students to follow their love for athletics into college. The three stories below showcase three different people involved in three different sports, all striving for the same thing… greatness. Football, hockey,...

Oh the Places They Will Go

Several seniors signed with colleges across the country to continue their athletics. (from left to right) Sawyer Lofstedt, Tyler Seebaum, Connor Flynn, Isaac Green, Cayce Reese, Greg Hibl, Zach Litoff, Audrey Lookner, and Tatiana Cherry Santos

Estelle Silk, Staff Member

May 10, 2017

Many seniors at Monarch have been committing to colleges where they will continue not only their academic exploration, but their athletic careers. This spring, three baseball players and six track and cross country athletes committed to their colleges. Connor Flynn- Adams State University Connor ...

National Champion

Senior Isaac Green (number 669) runs in a cross country meet.

Anna Wexler, Student Life Editor

February 6, 2017

Isaac Green. You have heard the name before, whether he’s in your AP stats class sixth period, or in the newspaper after winning another state title. Green runs cross country and track for Monarch, and he is hands down one of the most talented runners to come through the school’s program. Green i...

Tackling Rehab

Ben Fuchs sits on the sideline after tearing his ACL against Denver South.

Ben Fuchs, Guest Contributor

December 11, 2016

It’s every athlete’s worst fear. The dreaded day when you go down on the field and can’t get back up.  Injuries in sports are as common as a free throw in basketball.  It seems like every other commercial break in the NFL is due to a blown out knee, torn hamstring, or broken bone. &nbs...


Eyes up, senior Roy Grigsby looks for a teammate open for a  pass.

Sam Wexler, Yearbook Editor in Chief

December 7, 2016

Coach Josh Brenning and senior team leaders Roy Grigsby, Stone MacIntyre, and Sawyer Weiler sit around on couches in The Forum, laughing and discussing ideas for spirit wear, game themes, and a variety of plays. In years past, this nonchalant time together would have been unprecedented, but this year...

Eagles Soar Past Monarch in Rivalry Matchup

Eagles Soar Past Monarch in Rivalry Matchup

Matt Keenan, Sports Editor

September 30, 2016

Even with an improved passing attack and some flashy play calls, the Monarch football team was unable to overcome the powerhouse Broomfield offense on Friday, as they fell to the Eagles by a score of 28-10. From the first possession onwards, Broomfield showcased a powerful option-style offense, eating ...

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