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Erie HS Spirit Shop

Looking to get the latest in styles from EHS Athletics?  Look no further than the Erie HS Spirit Shop!  Come see us tonight at the Football game.  We have t-shirts, sweatshirts, stadium seats, sizes for the little Tigers, hats and more.  See you tonight, and GO TIGERS!!!!!  

Erie High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Frederick High School 3-0

Thursday, September 17, 2015 6:30 PM Erie High School AWAY 3 Frederick High School HOME 0 Game Recap The Tigers left Frederick victors for the first time in four years. Erie middle players Madi Willden and Mya Michaelson combined for 18 kills on 29 attempts with 0 errors. The Tigers also battled through some difficult

Erie High School Varsity Softball beat Berthoud High School 1-0

Thursday, September 17, 2015 4:00 PM Berthoud High School AWAY 0 Erie High School HOME 1 Game Recap Rio Sanchez not only dominated in the circle for the Tigers, she also hit what would be the game winning home run in the bottom of the 6th inning. Erie defeated Berthoud 1-0 at Erie HS. Box

Golf Schedule for remainder of the season

9/16- Practice @ National 3:30-5:30 9/17- Last league match @ Highland Meadows 12pm tee-times 10am pick up at Erie High School NO SCHEDULED PRACTICE 9/18- Practice @ National 3:30-5:30 9/19- 1 pm practice round @ Quail Dunes for the regional varsity squad 9/20- Off 9/21- Practice @ National for regional varsity squad 9/22- REGIONALS @

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 14 – September 20

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Erie High School, September 14 – September 20 MONDAY September 14, 2015 4:00 PM Boys Boys Varsity Tennis @ Windsor High School SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Girls C Team Softball @ Windsor High School SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Boys Boys Junior Varsity Soccer vs. Mead High School SCHEDULE 6:00

Erie High School Boys Varsity Tennis falls to Legacy High School 0-7

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 4:00 PM Legacy High School AWAY 7 Erie High School HOME 0 Meet Recap Erie Tigers burned by Legacy Lightning. Showing some great signs of improvement, the Tigers were outgunned in the singles but held on and competed well in the doubles.