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Pagosa Springs High School

Pirate Athletics

Pagosa Springs High School

Featured Athletes

River Pitcher

7 months ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 3/19

High School Sports: 

Volleyball, Basketball, Track

Favorite Subject: 

Math

Favorite Teacher: 

Mr. Bowen because throughout advisory this year I have built a good relationship with him and he has taught me valuable lessons that will help me succeed hence forward.  

Favorite Athlete: 

Mikaela Schiffrin

Favorite Team: 

USA Ski Team

What I Listen To: 

All Music

Planned Career: 

Physical Therapist

My Family: 

Mom-Jen, Dad-Chris, Sisters-Miah & Aspen, Cousin-Elsa Lindner

I Would Love To Visit: 

Chile, Swiss Alps, or Venice

Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

Yes, because they teach you life skills that you carry with you the rest of your life.

 

Comments from Coach O’Donnell:

At her first high school track meet, River won the triple jump, placed 3rd in the long jump and 9th in the 100M Dash.  It was the first time that she ever competed in the triple jump and it's a very technical event.  She is now part of the top ten in Pagosa in the triple jump in the past 20 years.  She also earned a letter in track at her first meet.  Besides just doing well at the meet, River is one of our most positive-minded athletes and she pushes herself to be her best.  River is really fun to coach and makes the sport of track and field fun for her teammates.  We are really lucky to have her and I love the example that she has set for others.  

Hunter Bailey

8 months ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 3/13

High School Sports: 

Baseball

 Favorite Subject: 

English

 Favorite Teacher: 

 Mrs. Riggs

 Favorite Athlete: 

Mike Trout

Favorite Team: 

Chicago Cubs

What I Listen To: 

Jimi Hendrix

Planned Career: 

Firefighter

My Family: 

Mom-Sherrie, Dad-Bret, Sister-Jessica, Brother-Cooper

I Would Love To Visit: 

Alaska

Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

High school sports are necessary to build real world skills such as teamwork and communication.

 Comments from Coach Fait:

Hunter works very hard in practice and at home on the game of baseball.  He is a great listener and strives to be a better player for his team.  He has great in-depth knowledge of the game and helps out his teammates.  Last week he went 2-5 at the plate. He had 2 doubles, with the last one being the game winner in the 9th inning.  He was the closer on the mound and pitched the final 3 innings, striking 5 batters out.  He was awarded the player of the game and given a game ball for his effort.  We are lucky to have Hunter Bailey with us this year!

Ian Reinhardt

9 months ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 1-22-2018

IAN REINHARDT (Junior) – Wrestling

 High School Sports: 

Wrestling and Football

 Favorite Subject: 

Strength and Conditioning

Favorite Teacher: 

Coach Janowsky

Favorite Athlete: 

Demaryius Thomas

 Favorite Team: 

Denver Broncos

 What I Listen To: 

Bangers

 Planned Career: 

Airforce

 My Family: 

Mom-Kristen, Dad-Bernard

 I Would Love To Visit: 

Alaska

 Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

Yes, because they are fun and helpful later in life

  Comments from Coach:

 With a big win against Centauri this past week, Ian Reinhardt is emerging as a wrestler that can win at the top level.   He has always been the type of athlete that forms the backbone of any good team.   He comes every day ready to get better and ready to make his team better, and is always in good spirits to make that happen.   He is reliable outside the practice room, and coaches never have to spend extra time checking on his grades or behavior.  As a wrestler is a "fighter" in the best sense of the word.   He never backs down, never "psyches" himself out and he never quits.   He is a great teammate.

Colton Castro

10 months ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 1-8-18

TRIPLE IMPACT STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

COLTON CASTRO (senior) - WRESTLING

High School Sports: 

Football, Wrestling, Track

Favorite Subject: 

English and Science

Favorite Teacher: 

Coach Janowsky

Favorite Athlete: 

Daton Fix

Favorite Team: 

Notre Dame

What I Listen To: 

Rap

The Best Thing On My Training Table: 

Pedialyte

Planned Career: 

Unsure

My Family: 

Mom-Stacie, Dad-David, Sisters-Karrington and Graysen, Brother-Eli

I Would Love To Visit: 

Switzerland

Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

Yes, because they teach teamwork, discipline, time management and many other crucial habits that can be used through life’s adventures.

Comments from Coach Janowsky:

Colton has been a stalwart, reliable presence in three sports throughout his high school years: football, wrestling, and track.   As a senior has become more than that, he is a dominant performer.   This weekend he won 4 important matches on his way to being Rocky Mountain Invitational Champion.

Caitlin Adams

11 months ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 12-5-17
Photo of Student Athlete of the Week, Caitlin Adams

Caitlin Adams (Senior) – Cheer

 High School Sports: 

Cheerleading

 Favorite Subject: 

Shop

 Favorite Teacher: 

Mrs. Guilliams

 Favorite Team: 

New Orleans Saint’s

 What I Listen To: 

A Little Bit of Everything, Mainly Country

 Planned Career: 

Diesel and Automotive Mechanic

 My Family: 

Mother-Stacy Adams, Stepfather-Jon Leonard, Brothers-Dustin Adams and Cash Leonard

 I Would Love To Visit: 

Mexico and New Orleans, Louisiana

 Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

I think high school sports are necessary because it helps teach time management, sportsmanship and how to collectively work with others.

 Comments from Asst. Coach Remlinger:

Caitlin has been a member of the Cheerleading program at PSHS for four years.  She continuously works hard and strives to improve her skills on and off the mat.  She has risen to become an exceptional team captain and embrace her role as a leader. She consistently demonstrates her commitment to her team and encourages her teammates to push themselves to their full potential.  Caitlin is always the first one to volunteer her efforts in support of the sport she loves.  She is truly an example of what a Triple Impact Student-Athlete is.

Jason Monterosso

1 year ago

Triple Impact Athlete

High School Sports:

Soccer and baseball

 

Favorite Subject:

English

 

Favorite Teacher:

Mr. Downing

 

Favorite Athlete:

Lionel Messi

 

Favorite Team:

FC Barcelona

 

What I Listen To:

Rap music

 

Planned Career:

Soccer player/ lawyer

 

My Family:

Mom: Wendy, Dad: Oliver. Brother: Josue 

 

I Would Love To Visit:

Barcelona and Paris

 

Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

Yes, to keep me focused and keep my grades up and i love sports.

 

Comments from Coach Kurt-Mason:

You cannot control many things that will happen during completion but you can control how hard you play. Improvement in play comes with maximum effort and maximum effort by one player is contagious. This past weekend's tournament at Coral Ridge HS with Coral Ridge, Fountain Valley and Telluride, Jason Monterroso scored two goals and had one assist. Jason was pulled, pushed, bumped, kicked, and tackled, but never once did he retaliate. He kept giving his maximum effort. Jason respected the officials and all of our opponents. He holds himself accountable for his play and has high standards for his play as well as his team. It was not surprising that Jason was chosen as "Player Of The Tournament." Jason Monterroso is also well deserving of the Triple Impact Award.

Emma Heidelmeier

1 year ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 8/28/17

High School Sports: 

Cross Country, Track

Favorite Subject: 

Science

Favorite Teacher: 

Mr. Rackham

Favorite Athlete: 

Emma Coburn

Favorite Team: 

My Team

What I Listen To: 

Any Music I Can Dance To

Planned Career: 

To Travel

My Family: 

Sister Sophie, Mom June and Dad Ernie

I Would Love To Visit: 

Germany

Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

Yes!  You can meet such cool and crazy friends and they teach you so much about team work.

  Comments from Coach Harms:

Sometimes we don’t ask to be a leader.  Leadership is handed to us, and we can either rise up or falter in this position.  As only a junior, Emma Heidelmeier embodies the individual who chose to rise up and embrace leadership, already demonstrating what it means to be a true leader.  At our annual cross country sand dunes training camp, Emma supported her young teammates.  She encouraged them to push beyond their limits and empowered them to speak their minds during team discussion and goal setting.  While climbing up the sand dunes, she put in many extra steps to circle around and provide water to her teammates as they struggled to reach the tallest dune together.  Emma understands the importance of team and is not afraid to sacrifice to support her team in reaching their full potential.  

Ian Reinhardt

9 months ago

Triple Impact Student-Athlete of the Week 1-22-2018

IAN REINHARDT (Junior) – Wrestling

 High School Sports: 

Wrestling and Football

 Favorite Subject: 

Strength and Conditioning

Favorite Teacher: 

Coach Janowsky

Favorite Athlete: 

Demaryius Thomas

 Favorite Team: 

Denver Broncos

 What I Listen To: 

Bangers

 Planned Career: 

Airforce

 My Family: 

Mom-Kristen, Dad-Bernard

 I Would Love To Visit: 

Alaska

 Are High School Sports Necessary? Why?

Yes, because they are fun and helpful later in life

  Comments from Coach:

 With a big win against Centauri this past week, Ian Reinhardt is emerging as a wrestler that can win at the top level.   He has always been the type of athlete that forms the backbone of any good team.   He comes every day ready to get better and ready to make his team better, and is always in good spirits to make that happen.   He is reliable outside the practice room, and coaches never have to spend extra time checking on his grades or behavior.  As a wrestler is a "fighter" in the best sense of the word.   He never backs down, never "psyches" himself out and he never quits.   He is a great teammate.

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