The Colorado League consists of 7 high schools that compete at both the 4A and 3A level. Aurora Central, Skyview and Thornton all are classified as 4A while Arvada, Englewood, Fort Lupton and Weld Central are considered 3A. The schools are scattered all around the Denver Metro area.

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4A Programs


Aurora Central HS 
Trojans (1716)

Coach: Mike Wing - 2nd Season

Returning starters: 4  
2021 Record: 0-16

2021 Srs playing at the next level:
None

Players to watch: 
None committed - Diego De La Rosa (SR) 2B, Niko Portillo (JR) OF

2022 Outlook: No info provided by coach.
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Special Thanks 
to all the High School coaches that helped make this publication happen by providing league, school and player information to assist with the most accurate and comprehensive Colorado 
High School Baseball publication.

Skyview   HS 
Wolverines (883)

Coach: Daniel Martinez - 1st Season


Returning starters: 5
2021 Record: 11-4

2021 Srs playing at the next level: None

Players to watch: None committed - Daniel Gomez (SR) INF/RHP, Isaac Guiterrez (SR) 3B/RHP

2022 Outlook: No info provided by coach.
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3A Programs

Other teams participating in the Colorado League at the 3A level are Fort Lupton, Arvada, Weld Central and Englewood.
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Thornton    HS 
Trojans (1701)
 

Coach: Keith Duncan - 1st season

 

Returning starters: 5   2021 Record: 12-4

 

2021 Srs playing at the next level: None

 

Players to watch: None committed - Jose Zubia (SR) P

 

2022 Outlook: The Trojans enter the 2022 spring season under new leadership with the departure of Jeremy Miller. Head coach Keith Duncan inherits a team that finished 12-4 overall and and 9-0 in league during the 2021 season but also graduated 5 seniors that played major roles in the teams success. Returning will be key players Joe Zubia (SR), Chance Aragon (JR) and Mark Zendejas (SO). Pitching should be the teams strength with #1 and #2 arms J. Zubia and C. Aragaon returning from sub 2.00 ERAs last season. Both along with M. Zendejas will be the heart of a lineup that finished 2nd in league for average and slugging a year ago. Coach Duncan's biggest concern is inexperience and leadership as the spring season approaches. However, he also believes that with 

the proper attention, motivation, and coaching there could be some diamonds in the rough waiting to be discovered.

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