ALAMOSA — On Wednesday the second weekly update of CHSAAnow's RPI rankings have been released. Alamosa is looking great with favorable spotting in both spring sports. Sargent and Del Norte both look good this season just narrowly missing the top ten rankings in their respective sports.
The Alamosa girls’ soccer team has only suffered one loss thus far this season. And with a 6-1-0 record the Moose currently reside at the number 5 spot in 3A Colorado girls’ soccer. The Moose look good lately ripping off four in a row, one of which against 2A’s fourth ranked team, Crested Butte.
Alamosa’s last stop in their 3-game road trip will be this afternoon with a league test against Bayfield. After that Alamosa will come home for a meeting with winless Ignacio on April 19 at 4 p.m. Beyond that the last big hurdle that Alamosa looks to face for the regular season seems to be their May meeting with the Miners. Telluride’s Miners have already gotten the better of Del Norte in a 2-1 game and currently sit at number 5 in 2A soccer.
Del Norte has also stayed highly ranked in girls’ soccer. The Tigers have picked up a 4-3-0 record thus far in the season and currently occupy the number 3 spot in 2A girls’ soccer. Two of those wins Del Norte crossed classes for, knocking off 4A Woodland Park and 3A Lake County. Looking forward, after a home contest where they face Montezuma Cortez this afternoon the Tigers will get another test when they host number nine in the 2A class, Ridgeway on Saturday April 14 at 12 p.m.
In boys baseball Alamosa is in the midst of a winning streak and currently own a perfect league record. The latest victim in that winning streak was the seventh ranked Buena Vista Demons. For all of their efforts Alamosa currently holds the 11 RPI spot. The remaining schedule for Alamosa looks rather forgiving, as their highest ranked opponent from here on out is Bayfield who occupies number 22 on the index.
Sargent baseball team has also made some noise and holds the number 12 spot on the index with a 10-2-0 record. The Farmers also carry a perfect league record. They have been using 3A’s Intermountain League to sharpen their skills with split double-headers against Centauri and Pagosa Springs.
Sargent will face off with number 18 Sanford in a double-header that will likely decide the district on April 21. The Farmers also likely has May 3 circled on their calendars, as they will get two chances against number 5 in 2A baseball, Hotchkiss.