Over the years our family has been quite fortunate when it comes to sickness and injuries. But you wouldn’t know it from the past couple of months. Kendra started coughing around Christmas and is just getting over it now… She’s been to the doctor more than once and we still aren’t entirely sure what it . . . → Read More: Arms and Ankles
Today was another busy day for sports in the Peterson family.
Miles and I drove to Denver early this morning to the Colorado High School Boys 5A Championship Tournament. He was playing in the 1st singles division which meant he and the other top 15 high school players in the state were competing. He had . . . → Read More: Thursday, October 16th
Kendra’s volleyball team had a game tonight against Air Academy and won in straight sets. Kendra played well and we enjoyed cheering. The J.V. and Varsity teams went on to win their games as well.
Blocking at the net
A lighter moment
Kendra got 8 serves in a row
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Saturday was a busy day for Eli. In the morning he played in the last football game of the season. They were up against the best team in the league and hoped to put an end to their opponents’ undefeated season. They played a good game and Eli played offense, defense and both special teams . . . → Read More: Saturday, October 11th
Miles and his tennis team mates competed in the regionals on Wednesday and Thursday at a country club in Denver. He was the 2nd seed and had a bye in the first round. Then he took on the third seed in the second round and came out on top after a well fought battle. He . . . → Read More: Thursday, October 9th
On Sunday afternoon Eli had two basketball games. He plays on a club team for 7th graders that is part of the Southern Colorado (SoCo) fall league. They won their first game by just a couple points and then lost their second game by 5 or 6. It was a heartbreaker as it was a . . . → Read More: Sunday, Oct. 5
Today Kendra’s volleyball team played in a season end tournament at a nearby school. Kendra plays on the Doherty High School C-team. There were about 16 teams competing in the tournament and Kendra’s team met their arch nemesis, the Palmer HS Lady Terrors in the final and beat them for the first time in recent . . . → Read More: Saturday, Oct. 4
Today Miles played in the Colorado Public Schools District Eleven 5A league tournament. None of his tough competitors were in this tournament so he finished the day unblemished, with three wins and a first place in the 1st singles category. His teammates also did well, sweeping all but one category. Congratulations Doherty Spartans!