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Prep notebook: Monarch grad shines at Pan Ams, locals earn next-level honors


Monarch High grad Madalyn Godby broke a pair of individual national records at the Pan American Continental Track Championships last week in Mexico City.

Godby won a pair of bronze medals over the five-day competition, opening with an American record time of 34.300 seconds in the 500-meter time trial and then notching a 10.933 to take third in the 200 flying start time trial.

Godby was also part of the United States’ fourth-place women’s team sprint. She took fifth in the individual sprint and seventh in keirin.


— Former Broomfield tennis state champion Brandon Lupo was named the Big Sky Conference men’s player of the week. The Northern Colorado Bear won a pair of No. 1 singles matches over the weekend, topping Maryland-Baltimore County’s Justin Carter and Air Force’s Grant Taylor, the latter coming in come-from-behind fashion.

— Tyler Carpenter, a 2011 Erie High grad, was presented his first collegiate letter recently for contributions as a sophomore defensive lineman for Luther College last fall.


— Longmont is seeking a C team baseball head coach as well as baseball assistant coaches. Contact coach Tom Fobes at 303-775-0395 or

— Alexander Dawson is seeking head coaches for boys and girls soccer, as well as volleyball. Contact athletic director David Hansburg at 303-665-6679 or

— Boulder is seeking a head football coach. Contact athletic director Melissa Warfield at 720-561-5315 or

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