Pueblo’s teams and individual athletes settle in for the spring high school sports season and with that comfort comes several high-level individual performances.
Here are the best prep artists from the past week:
Savannah Franzoy, Pueblo West Women’s Soccer
As a senior, Franzoy scored both goals in Pueblo West’s 2-0 South-Central League win over Centennial on Thursday at Dutch Clark Stadium. It was the first time a team had beaten the Bulldogs in the league in eight years.
Sofia Contreras, golfer from Pueblo Central
Only a freshman, Contreras won the first big girls golf tournament of the season last Wednesday. She shot a 91 in cold, windy conditions at the Centennial Invitational at the Walking Stick Golf Course. Contreras had a birdie and six pars on his round.
Only three players on the pitch finished below 100.
Abbe Cid, Pueblo West Girls Golf
As a sophomore, Cid finished third in the East Invitational Women’s Golf Tournament last Wednesday at the Walking Stick Golf Course. She had a birdie and two pars in her round of 99.
Bryant Armijo-Martin, Centennial Baseball
The sophomore had his best day at the plate of the season with two hits, two runs scored and three RBIs in the Bulldogs’ 17-4 win over Palmer. He also had a double.
Will Hamler, Rye Baseball
The sophomore catcher played plate at the recent Buena Vista tournament. Hamler was 7 for 8 with six runs scored and four RBIs with no strikeouts. He improved his batting average to .526 with the performance.
Keller Ausbun, Pueblo South Baseball
The junior helped the Colts to a 15-5 non-league win Monday over Widefield with a solid performance at the plate. He had three hits, scored two runs and drove in two more. Two of his hits were a double and a triple.
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Aspen Fullbright, Pueblo West Athletics
Fulbright, a senior, is already off to a good start for the Cyclones. She placed first in the 800 and 1,600 meter races last week at the Hornet Invitational, even setting an invitational record for the 1,600 meter race.
Leyah Martinez, Pueblo East Athletics
Martinez, a senior, was equally impressive at the Hornet Invitational last weekend. She took first places in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles as well as the 200 meter individual.
Jordyn Nunez, Pueblo West Lacrosse
Nunez had a stellar game this week to open league play for the Cyclones. She allowed only 6 goals against Liberty High School, about half her normal average. So far, she has helped the Cyclones to a 2-2 record.
Trinity Fesuluai, South Pueblo volleyball
Fesuluai has been extremely active on the court for the Colts this season. It tends to fill the stat sheet in almost every category. This week he had a total of 10 kills, 3 blocks, and 6 recoveries in matches against Vanguard and James Irwin.