ERA Notable Alumni

Jorge Trejo-Northeast Community College

Jorge Trejo played soccer four consecutive years at Eagle Ridge Academy. During his time at ERA, he was picked as a captain for three consecutive years and anchored the goalie position where he became the best in his position (3A Confluence League). During his senior campaign, he helped bring the Warriors to a 12-4 overall record and 9-0 in conference play.

Jorge won first-team all-conference honors in 2016, 2017, and 2018. Jorge's career stats include 59 goals against, 383 saves, 9.3 saves per game, and 1 shut out.

Jorge will be playing soccer for Northeast CC in Norfolk, NE for the 2019-2020 year.

Photo credited to FC Brighton

Annalysa Ranzinger-Bethel College

Anna Ranzinger played soccer at Eagle Ridge Academy for three consecutive years. She started the inception of the program in 2016-2017 academic year. Anna provided leadership and great soccer skills to help push her team from 4-9 team in 2017, 8-7 in 2018, and a push for an undefeated conference season in 2019.

Anna will be playing soccer at Bethel College in North Newton, KS for the 2019-2020 year.

Photo credited to Brighton Blade

Aiyana Bravo-Garden City Community College

Aiyana Bravo played basketball and baseball at Eagle Ridge Academy. Her talent in softball is where she shined the most. Aiyana played for Ft. Lupton High School and won multiple honors there. In 2018-2019 academic year, she won 1st-Team All-Conference and commanded player of the year in the Colorado League.

Aiyana will be playing softball at Garden City Community College in Garden City, KS for the 2019-2020 year.

Cameron Harris-The Air Force Academy

Cameron Harris ran track for Brighton High School and for his club team. For four years, Cameron showcased his skills in various track competitions. His best skill was the 60 meter hurdles. He won EMAC All-Conference honors for first-team and became a consensus All-American after his 2nd place finish at the New Balance Nationals Indoors 2019.

Cameron will be attending the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO and running track for their NCAA Division I program for the 2019-2020 year.

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Alexis "Lexi" Cox-Peru State University

As a Freshman, Lexi won Second-Team All-Conference in the Confluence League. For the next three years, Lexi would receive First-Team All-Conference honors for three consecutive years at Eagle Ridge Academy. By the end of her senior campaign, she was voted as the 2017-2018 Confluence Player of the Year. Additionally, Lexi was nominated for various awards throughout her tenure at ERA. Some include CHSAA and CHSCA nominations at the state level, and Colorado Sportswomen of the Year for three consecutive years.

Lexi competed in the CHSCA All-State game and clicked with her all-star teammates. She won the CHSCA All-State Championship during the Summer of 2018.

Lexi finished her high school career with 256 sets played, 541 kills, .310 hitting percentage, 54 blocks, 387 digs, 198 assists, and 343 aces.

Lexi decided to take her volleyball career to Peru State University in Peru, Nebraska.

Photo credited to McCook Community College

Makayla Harris-McCook Community College

Makayla garnered two years of all-conference honors through the Confluence League (3A) in Brighton, CO. Her efforts to bounce from hitter, setter, and libero made her a difference maker during her four years at ERA.

Makayla finished her high school career with 219 sets played, 3.1 assists per set, 684 assists, 151 aces, 211 digs, and 138 kills.

Makayla will take her volleyball talents to McCook Community College in McCook, Nebraska. There she will take her first step in collegiate volleyball and look to move foward to a traditional Division-I NCAA volleyball program.

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Trent Sparks-Doane University

Trent contributed on the varsity basketball program for three consecutive years at Eagle Ridge Academy. It wasn't until his senior year that he was honored with 1st-Team All-Conference Honors and he won the Player of the Year in the Confluence League (3A) Brighton, CO. He was nominated by CHSAA and CHSCA for all-state representation. During his senior year, he also contributed on the baseball team and was known for his hard work, dedication, and meticulous detail.

Trent finished his career averaging 12.8 PPG (663), 3.6 Defensive Rebounds (189), 1.9 Offensive Rebounds (99), 2.1 Assists (108), 2.7 Steals (138), 1.2 Blocks (61). His points total was 663 points with a 37% Field Goal percentage.

Trent will be playing basketball for Doane University in Nebraska.

Blake Toedtli-Doane University

Blake also helped usher in the new baseball season in 2016-2017 as a junior. During his senior campaign, Blake helped promote leadership and baseball knowledge to the underclassmen. He finished his campaign with a .290 BA, 7 Runs, 9 Hits, 6 RBI's, 3 Doubles, and 1 Home Run. His pitching performance shined brighter, he finished with a 2.36 ERA, 48 Strikeouts, all in 32.2 innings pitched. Blake will attend Doane University in Nebraska during the 2018-2019 year.

Sidney Glowicki-Martin Luther College

Sidney Glowicki was a vital member of the girl's basketball and volleyball teams during her two-year career at Eagle Ridge Academy. During her basketball career, Sidney averaged 10.9 points per game, 1.3 assists per game, 8.5 rebounds per game, 3 steals per game, and 1.2 blocks per game. Her efforts during her senior season showcased nearly a double-double in every game Sidney would compete in. Sidney Glowicki would score 360 points, 281 rebounds, 43 assists, 100 steals, and 41 blocks during her career at Eagle Ridge Academy. She won all-conference honors her senior year and came in second for all-conference player-of-the-year in the (3A) Confluence League.

While playing volleyball, Sidney helped anchor in two consecutive conference championships, and two regional appearances during her volleyball career. She finished with 41 kills, 77 blocks, and 21 aces in only 76 sets played.

Sidney Glowicki attended Wisconsin Lutheran College to start her bachelor's degree. However, Sidney wanted to continue her aspirations to play college basketball. She now plays for Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota.

Photo credited to the Colorado School of Mines

Arik Ringsby-School of Mines

Arik helped initiate the baseball program at Eagle Ridge Academy during the 2016-2017 athletic year. His efforts led to 3.0 ERA and over 100 Strikeouts in his 46 inning's pitched during his senior campaign. Arik held the opposition to just a .157 BA.

At the plate, Arik finished with a .283 BA with 7 Runs, 13 Hits, 7 RBI's, 3 Doubles, and 1 Triple.

Arik is now playing baseball at the Colorado School of Mines and competing within the NCAA Division II and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Arik starts his collegiate career during the 2017-2018 year.

Photo credited to St. Francis College

Sidney Benson-St. Francis College

Sidney was honored with 2015 and 2016 Confluence 1st-Team All-Conference (3A) in Brighton, CO. She also was honored by being the 2015 Confluence Player of the Year. During her time at ERA, Sidney would help anchor four consecutive years of CHSAA regional appearances for the Warriors.

Sidney finished her high school career with .390 hitting percentage, 299 blocks, 151 aces, 88 digs, 26 assists, and 471 kills.

Sidney selected a NCAA Division I scholarship to St. Francis College in New York to continue her efforts in collegiate volleyball. She is Eagle Ridge Academy's first NCAA Division I athlete!

Photo credited to Brighton Blade

Zachary Roberts-Colorado Christian University

Zach was an outstanding goalie in a talent-packed Confluence League. He graduated from Eagle Ridge Academy and decided to play collegiate soccer at Dordt College. After a couple of years, he decided to transfer to Colorado Christian University to play soccer.

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Connor Peterson-Beloit College

Connor was a vital player for Eagle Ridge Academy for four consecutive years. He won all-conference honors in 2013, 2014, and 2016. He decided to play collegiate soccer at Beloit College in Wisconsin. During his time in Beloit College, he is majoring in Biochemistry.

Why he chose Beloit College, "Great, fun, diverse environment with an emphasis on academics! What more could you ask for?"

After a couple of years at Beloit College, Connor decided to transfer to Pacific Lutheran University to further his education in Religious Studies.

Photo credited to Augustana College

Arianne Shipp-Augustana College

Arianne Shipp ran cross country for Brighton High School. During her time at Eagle Ridge Academy, she would play both volleyball and basketball.

Her basketball career would include 35 games played she would score 63 points and averaging 1.3 steals per game.

Her passion was cross country and running. Arianne will continue her cross country career at Augustana College for the 2016 season.

Photo credited to Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Hannah Williams-Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Hannah Williams went down as the first student-athlete to sign a collegiate letter of intent. During her time at Eagle Ridge Academy, she was a dominate outside force for the Warriors. She garnered 1st-Team All-Conference honors through the Confluence League (3A) in Brighton, CO.

Hannah's finished her career with a .297 hitting percentage, 147 blocks, 128 aces, 321 digs, 53 assists, and 522 kills.

She attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Oklahoma to continue her career in volleyball.

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Amber Cline-Presentation College

Amber Cline helped anchor the middle of her team with Hannah Williams and Sidney Benson flanking her. Her efforts at Eagle Ridge Academy led to a .235 hitting percentage, 128 blocks, 61 aces, 180 digs, 24 assists, and 180 kills. During Amber's senior campaign she aided her team to finish one game shy of making to CHSAA's state championship.

Following her time at Eagle Ridge Academy, Amber plays collegiate volleyball at Presentation College in Aberdeen, South Dakota.

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Jalena Todd-Bethany College

Jalena Todd played for Brighton High School in softball. During her four years at Brighton High School, she would earn all-conference honors and earn the captain role for her Bulldog Team. Jalena decided to attend Bethany College for an undergraduate degree in accounting.

During her time at Eagle Ridge Academy, she would earn various awards for her academic progression. She would earn platinum honor roll and earn CHSAA All-Acaddemic honors.

Jalena will play for the Swedes for the 2015-2016 year.