A tattered Lyons high school letterman jacket that was lost in the Flood of 2013 was reunited with its owner this week.
The Old Man Winter Rally is a popular winter cycling and running event= unique mixed terrain courses in Boulder County. The 2021 version will be a bit different due to COVID restrictions. A 20KM course is in Lyons, along with Aid & Food Stations.
Before the Lyons softball team took the field Friday night, they took a moment to celebrate their seniors, and their parents.
The Lyons boys won two big road games, both upsets, to climb up in the standings heading into the final week of the regular season. At Dayspring on Friday versus a 10-4 Eagles team, a shorthanded Lyons team earned a hard-fought 55-51 victory. What made this win special were contributions from unlikely sources.
The Lyons girls and boys basketball teams hosted a doubleheader with Twin Peaks Charter School for senior night on Tuesday. The girls were up first, and treated another good-sized home crowd to a 46-21 win. Regular starters for the Lions, Alora Cross and Hannah Paton, welcomed fellow senior Estella Percarpio to the starting lineup. The three have all been in the program for all four years, contributing to winning seasons at every level.
Old Man Winter arrived in time for the start of the 2020 Old Man Winter Bike Rally and Run. The 100K bike race kicked off at LaVern M. Johnson park in Lyons Sunday, Feb. 9, at 10 a.m. While the race did start, the cyclists were unable to finish.
On Tuesday of last week, the Lyons Girls Basketball team was back on the road with a short trip to Dawson School in Longmont. The girls at Dawson came into the game at 10-3 and ranked as high as 12th in the 2A state classification. The Lions had upset on their minds.