Congratulations to both Anna Sophia Williams and Taylor Cave for their outstanding performances at both the Regional Golf Tournament and the State Golf Tournament this week in Pueblo, CO. Both competed well and finished in the middle of the pack. We are immensely proud of their commitment to training and to the team this season. Well done ladies!
Welcome to the SMA Wildcat Athletics program!
SMA HS Athletics Wildcat Mission:
SMA Athletics has a strong history of providing educational athletics founded on the Loretto School Values of faith, community, justice, and respect. Student-athletes develop leadership skills while experiencing personal growth in a competitive athletic learning environment. The Athletics Department works diligently to foster a culture of acceptance, self-advocacy, and healthy competition. The SMA athletics program is integral and connected to the holistic experience of each student-athlete at SMA, building a sense of community and pride while competing as a wildcat student-athlete. SMA athletic participation is designed to challenge students to be empowered, successful young women and active participants in the overall life of the school.
Middle School Sports Appreciation Games
We are welcoming all middle school students interested in soccer and lacrosse to attend the following games after school. You will have an opportunity to meet the high school coaches and cheer on your SMA HS Wildcats! Supervision, snacks and pizza will be provided.
Lacrosse at SMA v. Rock Canyon
4:00pm and 5:45pm
Soccer at SMA v. Lutheran
Congratulations to senior field hockey players: Raegan Rychecky, Jazmine Beal, Lily Karbowski, and Avery Butler for being selected to play in the Colorado State All Senior Game on Sunday, October 29th. Coach Jacobs (pictured) remarked that in addition to the two game wins for their team, each athlete played exceptionally well and was excited to see Raegan (goal), Jazmine (goal and assist), and Avery (assist) put up points for St. Mary’s Academy. Well done ladies!
Congratulations to all of our fall athletes for their hard work and determination this season. The SMA Athletics Department thanks the students, parents, coaches, and fans for their time, energy, and support. Below are the highlighted awards celebrated at the Fall Sports Awards night on Tuesday, November 7th in the Community Center.
Fall Sports Awards 2017
1st Academic for Juniors and Seniors
Maggie Dubus, Caitlin Feldewerth, Alex Bush, Macey Hayden, Anna Belfance, Claire Cella, Mariah Horvath, Logan Karofsky, Isabella Morrissette, McKenna Nading, Avery Butler, Julia Shwayder, Raegan Rychecky, Grace Woody, Lily Loftus, Maddie Wilten, Vera Logan, Maggie Golding, Mia Gabriele, Maggie Swank, and Anna Pitcock.
Honorable Mention Academic for Juniors and Seniors
Hannah Pogue, Katherine Crise, Bridget Binder, Amy Burke, Callie McKenna, and Lily Karbowski.
High School Featured Athlete: Sarah Emmanuel (Varsity Tennis)
Congratulations to our next featured athlete, varsity tennis player, Sarah Emmanuel. Sarah has impressed her coaches this year in the number one singles spot on the team. Sarah is also one of the senior captains leading the younger players on and off the court. Sarah has shown great improvement in her skills and footwork this year. She has started the season with an impressive 3-1 record, including a great win over the Columbine High School number one singles player. Sarah has committed to play college tennis at Moravian College and we look forward to great things from her this year, and hopefully a return to the state tournament!
Colorado level athletics competition
High School sports
of Middle and High School students participate in sports
Nike Grind field - the only one in the state of Colorado