Golden High School football fans had a lot to celebrate at homecoming this year, including a parade with fans lining both sides of Washington Avenue and a 28-6 win over Standley Lake at Colorado …
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Golden High School football fans had a lot to celebrate at homecoming this year, including a parade with fans lining both sides of Washington Avenue and a 28-6 win over Standley Lake at Colorado School of Mines Marv Kay Stadium.
The parade came down the hill on Washington Avenue, turning onto 12th Street towards Mines. It featured GHS sport teams including football, boys and girls basketball, volleyball, baseball, bicyclists and lacrosse. In addition to the athletes, members of the GHS choir, jazz choir, 24th Street Singers, drum line and the marching band participated. Future GHS students from Mitchell Elementary and the Shelton Coyotes also participated.
The Demons’ victory on the football field was not error-free, as they turned the ball over on three fumbles and one interception. Despite the turnovers, Standley Lake was unable to solve Golden’s aggressive defense and went scoreless until late in the fourth quarter.
Golden’s record improves to 6-0 while Standley Lake drops to 2-4. Golden next takes on Wheat Ridge at 7 p.m. on Oct. 7, at Jeffco Stadium.
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