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Broomfield Hosts Softball Regionals Again

Come and support the softball team on their path to secure their first state title.
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Allie Brakel
The team stands together in a moment to respect the National Anthem.

This Saturday (10/14), expect Miramonte Blvd to be bustling with cars, coaches, players, and passionate fans. Broomfield is hosting softball regionals for the second year in a row.

Initially, Broomfield wasn’t expecting to accommodate the games, but after a win from Cherry Creek against Cherokee Trail, regionals were granted to the Eagles.

There are 32 teams competing in the 2023 softball regionals (including Broomfield of course), playing at eight different locations. On Saturday, 3 of those 32 — Arapahoe, Grandview, and Fort Collins — will be visiting.

In the first round, Broomfield will face Arapahoe, and Fort Collins will face Grandview. The winners will go on to play each other in a competition to secure a spot in the state championships.

Last year, Broomfield lost their opening game against Horizon, but they managed to redeem themselves in the consolation game and earned themselves a spot at state.

Mailee Blenman (’25), leads off first base. (Allie)

Regionals will be held at 10 AM, 12:30 PM, and 3:00 PM on 10/14/2, and all spectators will be expected to pay a $5 entry fee (your Eagle activity pass is not accepted by CHSAA for playoff competitions).

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Lila Emery, Editor-in-Chief
Lila Emery is a senior at Broomfield, and the writing Editor-in-Chief for this year’s Eagle Way. This year her goal is to write quality stories and get into college. She has her sights set on the University of San Diego or UC Santa Cruz, but is undecided regarding an area of study. She is a proud member of the Best Buddies program at Broomfield, as well as NHS and Key Club. She also participates in track and runs hurdles with Mr. Hazzard. Outside of school she enjoys the outdoors, running, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Allie Brakel, Staff
Allie Brakel is a Senior at Broomfield High School. She is a first year staff member of the Eagle Way, and is also a member of the yearbook staff. She enjoys photography, lifting, and softball. She joined the Eagle Way to gain more writing experience, as she hopes to attend college with a major in journalism or communications, and become a sports photographer for professional sports teams. Allie is super excited to be a part of the Eagle Way and strengthen her journalism skills!

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