A special thanks to former BHS Head Coach John Welsch (89-94) for having a detailed history of local high school soccer. Please contact Coach Hardy Kalisher if you have any information to add to this record book.
BHS HEAD COACHES:
2006-Present : Hardy Kalisher (2005 Assistant Coach) – Record 2006-2021: 211 wins – 54 loses – 13 ties. 278 games coached; 78.24% Winning Percentage between 2006-2021.
2005 : Troy Tewalt
2002-2004 : Sam Havens
1998-2001 : Pete Carnes
1996-1997 : Adam Fels (1990-1995 Assistant Coach)
1995 : Marcus des Plantes
1989-1994 : John Welsch
1987-1988 : Marcus Christopher (1986 Assistant Coach)
1984-1986 : Jim Creasey
1981-1983 : Tito Fuente
COLORADO 5A STATE CHAMPIOPNSHIP PLAYOFF APPEARANCES:
2021 – 2nd Round – Overtime
2020- 2nd Round – Overtime (Covid Spring Season)
2019 – Semifinals – Overtime
2018 – Semifinals
2017 – Round of 16
2016 – STATE CHAMPION
2015 – Quarter-Finals
2014 – State Championship Finalist
2013 – Semifinals – Overtime
2012 – STATE CHAMPION
2011 – 1st Round
2010 – Semifinals – Overtime
2009 – Quarterfinals
2008 – Round of 16
2007 – Round of 16
2006 – 1st Round
2001 – Round of 16
1998 – 1st Round
1995* – Quarterfinals
1994* – Quarterfinals
1993* – 1st Round
1991* – Quarterfinals
1986* – 1st Round
*16 teams participated in the 1st Round of the State Playoffs. 2nd Round was State-wide Quarter Finals. Today the Colorado State Playoffs begin with state-wide 32 seeded teams after over 64 5A teams competing in various leagues. The second Round is the Round of 16 and the third round is the Quarter Finals, etc. to the Finals.
NATIONAL TOP 15 RANKINGS
2017 – #3
2016 (#1 – National Tour of Champions Honor)
FAR WEST US #1 RANKING
FAR WEST TOP 15 RANKING
RANKED #1 IN COLORADO:
RANKED TOP 10 IN COLORADO:
TOP LEAGUE FINISH:
5 League Championship Titles
7 League Runner Ups
2021 – 2nd Place Front Range League (tie breaker)
2020- 2nd Place Front Range League
2019 – 2nd Place Front Range League (tie breaker)
2018 – 2nd Place Front Range League
2017 – 1st Place Front Range League
2016 – 1st Place Front Range League
2015 – 3rd Place Front Range League
2014 – 1st Place Front Range League
2013 – 2nd Place Front Range League
2012 – 1st Place Front Range League
2011 – 2nd Place Front Range League
2010 – 1st Place Front Range League
2008 – 3rd Place Front Range League
2007 – 2nd Place Centennial League
SCHOLAR ALL AMERICAN (UNITED SOCCER COACHES)
2021 – Calvin Pielke
HIGH SCHOOL ALL AMERICAN GAME SELECTIONS
2018 – Omar Castruita – West Team
2017 – Hardy Kalisher – Coach of the West Team
ALL AMERICAN SELECTIONS
2017 & 2018 – Omar Castruita
2014 – Quinn Liebmann
ALL AMERICAN GAME WATCH LIST (SENIORS ONLY)
2020 – Arroll Taekla
2019 – Sam Phillips, Micah Blackburn
2018 – Omar Castruita
2016 – Eric Rameriz
ALL FAR WEST USA REGION SELECTIONS
2021 – Calvin Pielke
2017 – Omar Castruita
2016 – Blaise Werner
2014 – QuinnLiebmann
2013 – Mason Doulliard
COLORADO GATORADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
2014 – Quinn Liebmann
COLORADO PLAYER OF THE YEAR (ALL CLASSIFICATIONS)
2017 – Omar Castruita
2014 – Quinn Liebmann
DENVER POST ALL- COLORADO (ALL CLASSIFICATIONS) Honor no longer awarded:
2010 – Cody Vann
2008 – Adam Hinkelman
3 – 5A COLORADO PLAYER OF THE YEAR
2017 – Omar Castruita
2014 – Quinn Liebmann
2013 -Mason Doulliard
ESPN RISE MAGAZINE ALL COLORADO Honor no longer awarded:
2008 – Adam Hinkelman
MAXPREPS.COM COLORADO 5A PLAYER OF THE YEAR Honor no longer awarded:
2009 – Spencer Sarson, Runner Up
36 – COLORADO 5A ALL-STATE SELECTIONS
(Rocky Mountain News, Denver Post and/or Colorado High School Soccer Coaches Assoc., TopDrawerSoccer.com)
Unless noted, All-State honors were earned in the students senior season.
2021 – Calvin Pielke, Cameron Gerber
2020 – Arrol Taekla
2019 – Sam Phillips, Arrol Taekla (Jr), Bishal Ellison
2018 – Omar Castruita, Jesse Bacardi, Micah Blackburn (Jr)
2017 – Omar Castruita (Jr) , Nick McCabe, Quinn Frankovsky
2016 – Blaise Werner, Mitchell Graesser, Abraham Lopez, Simon Julian, Eric Ramirez (Jr), Omar Castruita (So), Djibril Doumbia (So)
2015 – Brian Castruita
2014 – Quinn Liebmann
2013 – Mason Doulliard, Henry Huettel
2012 – Lake Brant, Javier Castruita, Luis Castruita, Henry Huettel
2011 – Jack Huettel
2010 – Cody Vann, Brook Assefa, Jack Huettel (Jr)
2009 – Spencer Sarson
2008 – Adam Hinkelman, Devin Kuh, Walter Bertini
2007 – Tim Smith
1995 – Eric Clark
YEARS IN REVIEW:
YEAR | Overall Record (Playoff Record)
2017 | 20-0-0 (5-0)
Highlights: Boulder finished with a 10-1-1 league record and finished 2nd in the Front Range League on a tie breaker. Boulder’s 40 game undefeated streak going back to 2015 (including all scrimmages) came to an end in a 2-1 loss to Legacy that ultimately decided the league title. Boulder played Fairview three times in 2017 due to a scheduling need and playoff game. Boulder won 2-1 in the first game and then set a goal scoring and goal differential record for the rivalry winning 4-0 at home. Finishing the season with a 14-2-1 record, Boulder before being upset 1-2 at home in the second round of the playoffs in the third game of the season versus Fairview in a game now known as the “Wind Game”. 12 of 17 games played were versus playoff Teams and 10 games played were against team that at one point in the season were ranked in the Colorado Top 10.
- 73 goals scored is a second all-time (only 3x scored 70 goals)
- 14 goals against is 5th all-time
- All Front Range League
- Omar Castruita (Player of the Year)
- Eric Rameriz
- Nick McCabe
- Front Range League
- Omar Castruita
- Nick McCabe
- Quinn Frankovsky
- Eric Ramirez
- Luke Regnier
- Bridger Good
- Erik Feieseinen
2016 | 20-0-0 (5-0)
Highlights: Boulder wins their 2nd Colorado 5A State Championship after completing a perfect 20-0 season. The Panthers were the 2016 Front Range League Champions. The State Championship game was won after 14 rounds of penalty kicks vs. Broomfield High when the game was still tied 1-1 after regulation and two overtime periods. The Panthers won the Front Range League for the 4th time with win vs. Broomfield in the last game of the regular season. During the season the Panthers worked it’s way up to the #1 Ranking in the Nation (MaxPreps Poll) as they went into the playoffs. They finished the season ranked #2 in the National in all 3 major National ranking polls (USA Today/NSCAA, TopDrawer, MaxPreps). Boulder High was the #1 Ranked public high school in the USA in all 3 polls.
BHS finished the season ranked #1 in Colorado, #1 in the Western US.
Boulder was recognized with a special Testimonial in the Colorado House of Representatives on March 24, 2017.
Senior Blaise Werner was named to the NSCAA Far West US Team. A record, 7 BHS players were named All -State: Seniors Blaise Werner, Mitchell Graesser, Abraham Lopez, Simon Julian; Junior Eric Ramirez, Sophomores Omar Castruita (4th Castruita to be named All State) and Djibril Doumbia.
With Sophomore Omar Castruita and Senior Tavo Castruita winning state the total of Castruita that have won State Championship titles is 5! (Javier, Luis and Brian in 2012).
Junior Quinn Frankovsky was also honored by Daily Camera/BOCO Preps for All-Region and was arguably the top left defender in the State in 2016.
The US Army National Guard / Max Preps selected BHS as one of the top soccer programs in the country and included them as one of 8 schools in the 2016 National Tour of Champions. The trophy sits proudly at Boulder High.
2015 | 13-5-0 (2-1)
Highlights: Boulder started the year strong and earned the programs first #1 Colorado 5A Ranking in the program’s history as well as being ranked Nationally for the first time #12 in the NSCAA USA Today National Rankings. The Panthers finished the season as league runner up and lost to their rivals and FRL Champion, Fairview in the 5A State Quarterfinals at Fairview.
2014 | 15-2-3 (4-1)
Highlights: Boulder returned to the Colorado 5A State Championship Game for the 2nd time in 3 years and won the Front Range League for the 3rd time.
2013 | 15-4-0 (3-1)
Highlights: Boulder graduated a strong group of senior leaders and high impact players but also returned a core group that went on to over 1000+ minutes without giving up a goal and return to their 3rd 5A State Semi-Finals in 4 years. Boulder lost that game 1-0 to eventual State Champ Pine Creek in a game described as a match-up of Colorado’s top 2 teams. The semi-final featured Colorado top 2 high school goalkeepers and Colorado’s 5A Player of the Year and All-State winger, Mason Doulliard.
All-State: Mason Doulliard, Henry Huettel
2012 | 14-6-0 (5-0)
Highlights: Boulder started the season with 2 wins and 5 losses after player a schedule that included 7 teams ranked in the Top 10 in Colorado. A tough schedule was designed by Coach Hardy to challenge and prepare the squad for the second half of a season. The plan worked as the Panthers when on an exceptional roll all the way to the programs first and Boulder County’s first 5A State Championship Title in Boys Soccer. This was Boulder High’s first Boys State title in any sport since 1992. 2012 is officially the first season that Boulder High Boys Soccer started to call themselves “La Familia”.
2011 | 9-4-3 (0-1)
Highlights: Boulder continued its streak of playoff appearance by qualify for its 5th consecutive Colorado 5A State Playoff. A very young team, #8 seeded Panthers were upset at home in the first round by always tough Grandview. This first round loss would inspire the Panthers in the future. Boulder did well during the season with a stingy defense that gave up just 11 goals and finished 2nd in the Front Range League. Leading goal scorer Ivan Ramirez was an expert at scoring off freekick throughout the season and carried the offense down the stretch. Senior and 4 year varsity student-athlete Rojesh Shretha scored 6 goals and 5 assists. Senior Kyle Hawkins made the transition from defender to winger to score 5 goals. 2011 was the year the sophomore winger.
Senior Captain Jack Huettel led the team on the field with his great competitive spirit. A defensive midfielder became Boulder’s first 2 time All-State soccer player. Jack would later go on to volunteer as a coach at BHS.
2011 was a year that three BHS soccer legends made their varsity introductions. Mason Doulliard introduced himself to Colorado high school soccer with a team leading 7 assists and 5 goals. Doulliard foreshadowed why he would go on to be one of the most prolific attacking players in BHS history. Sophomore goalkeeper, Henry Huettel plays all 15 games and gave up just 10 goal with a .70 goals against average. A young Quinn Liebmann earned his varsity letter as a freshman splitting time between the varsity and JV team.
All-State: Jack Huettel
2010 | 16-2-1 (3-1)
Highlights: In 2010 Boulder took the program to new heights by winning the Front Range League and advancing to the Colorado 5A State Semi-Finals for the first time. In the Semi-Finals Boulder lost 2-1 in overtime (after a spectacular 30 goal from Captain Jack Huettel sent the game to overtime) to eventual state champ Cherry Creek, who’s coach described Boulder as the best team they played all year. Boulder set a program record with 16 win in one season, a record that still hold as of 2015.
In what has been described as one of the greatest playoff games in Colorado high school history, Boulder High played their city rival, Fairview at home for the Quarter-Finals in front of 4500 people. Boulder won 3-1.
All-State: Jack Huettel
2009 | 13-5-0 (2-1)
Highlights: 2009 was the year that BHS broke into the elite top programs in Colorado 5A soccer after slowing building momentum between 2006-2008. Led by Co-Captains, Andrew Flint and Spencer Sarson, Boulder had a record setting year. The varsity team won two play-off games for the first time in the programs 28 year history and reached the State Playoff Quarter-Finals for the first team since the tournament expanded to 32 teams. In the first round of the playoffs #14 seeded Boulder beat #19 seeded Littleton High School 2-0 in a well controlled game. In the second round, Boulder traveled to #3 seeded Liberty High School in Colorado Springs. Senior Walter Bertini scored a 30 yard goal in the second overtime period to clinch the 1-0 victory, a trip the Quarter-Finals and arguably the biggest win in 29 years of BHS soccer. In the Quarter-Final, the Panthers played a evenly matched and hard fought game vs. Arapahoe High School. In the end, the Panthers were unable to finish several good chances in a 1-0 lose,
The Panthers started a buzz about the 2009 program after a 6-0 routing at Colorado Springs’ 4A power and #6 ranked Lewis-Palmer in the season opener. The Panthers were Ranked #2 in MaxPreps.Com weekly 5A coaches poll early in the season and remained in the top 5 until the last week of the season when they dropped a game to league and state champions Fort Collins High School. The Denver Post had Boulder High Ranked in the top 10 all year. In Front Range League play, Boulder High lost just three games and finish in 4th place. For the second year in a row the Front Range League proved to be the strongest soccer league in Colorado with four teams from the league advancing to the State Playoff Quarter-Finals, 2 in the Semi-Finals and 1 State Champion. For the first time in three years, Boulder hosted Fairview at Recht Field in front of an estimated 2000 fans but dropped the game 0-1 on a long free kick in the final minutes of the game. This was the first year that both Boulder and Fairview were ranked in the top 10 at the same time. Boulder’s only losses of the year came to 2009 State Championship Quarter-finalists, Fairview; Semi-Finalists Arapahoe and Rocky Mountain, 2009 State Champions Fort Collins and 2008 State Champions Denver East. Clearly, Boulder was among the top in 2009.
Boulder achieved several team records in 2009.
• 68 total team goals breaking the previous record of 59 set 19 seasons prior (1991). The goals came with what is believed to be a program record 54 assists.
• For the second year in a row Boulder was ranked #15 in the Far West by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
• Senior Forward Spencer Sarson set a program record with 27 goals in one season and 42 goals in his career. Spencer had 5 hat tricks (3 goals or more in one game) including 5 goals in 2 games, 4 goals in a 4-3 thriller vs. Mountain Range High and 3 goals in two other games.
• Senior Forward Walter Bertini tallied his second double digit goal scoring season with 13 goals including all 3 of the teams playoff goals. Had Walter not missed playing 4 games including 3 league games we would have been a sure bet for 1st Team All-Conference and All-State considerations.
• In all, the Bertini and Sarson duo scored for 68 varsity goals at Boulder.
• Junior midfielder Brook Assefa led the team with 10 assists from the midfield. Making him the first double digit assisting player since BHS standout Patrick Huffer (Class of 2002).
Senior Goalkeeper Garrett Spenst led a trio of varsity goalkeepers and finished the season with just 12 goals against and a 0.93 goals against average. The BHS defense was led by the standout play of Max Jaffee (Sr), Andrew Flint (Sr.), Eduardo Segovia (Sr), Cody Vann (Sr) and Alden Lowney (Sr) played significant minutes early in the season before moving to the forward position. Max Jaffee completed four years as a varsity starter and scored a goal in each of the season opening games during that four season period…a feat that may not be seen again.
– All-State: Spencer Sarson, 1st Team
– MaxPreps.Com Colorado 5A Player of the Year: Spencer Sarson, Honorable Mention
– All-Front Range League: Spencer Sarson, Senior, 1st Team; Andrew Flint, Senior 2nd Team; Max Jaffee, Senior, 2nd Team; Brook Assefa, Junior, Honorable Mention; Cody Vann, Junior, Honorable Mention; Jack Huettel, Sophomore, Honorable Mention.
– Most Outstanding Player: Andrew Flint (Sr); Most Valuable Player: Spencer Sarson (Sr), Hardest Worker Award: Jack Huettel (So); Most Improved Player: Murray Smith (Jr); Coaches Awards of Excellence: Max Jaffee (Sr); Eloy Vaqueca (Sr); Young Player of the Year: Louis Castruita
Both Junior Varsity and the Freshmen/Sophomore teams completed 10+ win seasons — JV for the fourth year in a row and F/S for the 3rd year.
2008 | 14-3-0 (1-1)
Highlights: School record 9-0 start to season. #2 mid-season State is highest in 26 year history of program. Finished regular season ranked #6 (also the highest end of season ranking). Seed #7 in playoffs (highest playoff seed). Host two play-off games. Host 1st Round State Playoffs and win 3-0 vs. Mountain Vitsa. Lost 1-0 (2nd Overtime) in State Playoffs Round of 16 at home vs. Green Mountain. 1st Place in Arapahoe Warrior Invitational Tournament with 1-0 win vs. Mullen in the Championship game. Devin Kuh (Sr.) named Tournament Goalkeeper MVP, Adam Hinkelman (Sr.) named Tournament Defensive MVP, Grant Marshall (Sr.) and Walter Bertini (Jr.) named to All-Tournament team. 3rd Place (8-2) in Front Range League. League highlights include 1-0 Win vs. Fairview, 3-0 win vs. Monarch, 4-0 win vs. Fort Collins. Walter Berini scores 15 goals and 5 assists and Spencer Sarson scores 12 goals. 8 shutouts lead by the all senior M.A.G.I.K. defense of Grant Marshall, Adam Hinkelman, Max Gulliver, Ian Husted and Devin Kuh. 53 goals scored (highest total in 17 years) with only 14 goals against. Lead all schools in league with seven All-League award winners : Devin Kuh (Sr.) 1st Team, Adam Hinkleman (Sr.) 1st Team, Walter Bertini (Jr.) 1st Team, Grant Marshall (Sr.) 2nd Team, Jeff Hirsch (Sr.) 2nd Team, Max Jaffee (Jr.) Honorable Mention.
– Most wins in BHS Boys Soccer’s 27 season history with 14 wins and 3 loses, breaking the previous record of 11 wins (’00 and ’94)
– 14 wins is a BVSD record for the most wins by any 5A school
– Best start and longest win streak 9-0
– Highest Colorado 5A pre-season state ranking #6
– Highest Colorado 5A regular-season state ranking #2
– Highest Regional (Far West USA) ranking #15
– Highest Colorado state play-off seed, #7, and for the first time the Panthers hosted two playoff games at home
– Rocky Mountain News “High School Team of the Week” 09/10/08
– Most Shutout in a season (8)
– Fewest goals allowed in a regular season (14)
– Second highest goals scored total (53)
– ESPN Rise Magazine All Colorado Team: Adam Hinkelman (Sr.)
– Boulder’s first selection to the Rocky Mountain News / Denver Post All-Colorado Team: Adam Hinkelman (Sr.)
– A record of three 5A All-State honorees: Adam Hinkelman (Sr.) – 1st Team, Devin Kuh (Sr.) – HM, Walter Bertini (Jr.) – HM
– Six Daily Camera All-Region honorees: 1st Team: Adam Hinkelman (Sr.). Devin Kuh (Sr.), Grant Marshall (Sr.), Walter Bertini (Jr.), Honorable Mention: Spencer Sarson (Jr.), Max Jaffee (Jr.).
– A league leading 7 All-League honorees – Hinkelman, Kuh and Bertini – 1st Team; Grant Marshall (Sr.), Jeff Hirsch (Sr.) and Spencer Sarson (Jr.) – 2nd Team, Max Jaffee (Jr.) – HM
– 1st Place in the Arapahoe Warriors Invitational Tournament. Boulder High School won the championship game 1-0 vs. Mullen in the finals. The Boulder Junior Varsity won the JV level of the tournament.
– Boulder players named to Arapahoe Warriors Invitational All-Tournament Team: Kuh (Sr.) selected Goalkeeper MVP, Hinkelman (Sr.) selected Defensive MVP, Marshall (Sr.) and Bertini (Jr.) named to the All-Tournament team.
– Academic All-State 1st Team: Andrew Flint (Jr.), Charlie Hager (Sr.), Jeff Hirsch (Sr.), Ian Husted (Sr.), Devin Kuh (Sr.), Alejandro Murillo (Sr.), Spencer Sarson (Sr.),
Junior Varsity team has perfect season, under 3rd year coach Paul Cattin, with 15-0-0 seaon and won the JV level of the Arapahoe Warrior Invitational.
Freshman/Sophomore team has 10-2-2 season under 2nd year F/S coach Chris LaPointe
2007 | 7-7-3 (1-1)
Highlights: Host 1st Round State Playoffs and win 3-0 vs. Grand Junction. Lost 3-0 in State Playoffs Round of 16 at Lewis-Palmer. 2nd Place in Centennial League is Boulder High’s best league finish ever. Ranked #8 in Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post. League highlights include 2-1 win over 2007 State Champions Smoky Hill, 3-2 win over Cherry Creek; 1-1 Tie with State Runner Up Grandview; 1-0 win over Eagle Crest and 4-3 win over Overland; Boulder Valley Invitational Runner Up for the second year in a row. Boulder first 1st Team All-State Selection, Five All-Centennial league award winners.
2007 VARSITY HONORS:
1st Team 5A All State – Tim Smith (Sr.);
Daily Camera 1st Team All-Region Team – Tim Smith (Sr.), Adam Hinkleman (Jr.);
Daily Camera All-Region Team Honorable Mention – Sean Rice (Sr.), Devin Kuh (Jr.);
1st Team All Centennial League – Tim Smith (Sr.), Adam Hinkelman (Jr.);
2nd Team All Centennial League – Sean Rice (Sr.), Devin Kuh (Jr.), Angelo Reider (So.);
Varsity Most Outstanding Player Award – Tim Smith (Sr.);
Varsity Hardest Worker Award – Andrew Flint (So.);
Varsity Most Improved Player – Charlie Hager (Jr.);
Varsity Young Player Award – Spencer Sarson (So.);
Varsity Awards of Excellence – Sean Rice (Sr.), Gibson DeJode (Sr.), Cristian Rojas (Sr.), David Meza (Sr.), Nick Allman (Sr.)
2006 | 8-7 (0-1)
Highlights: First year head coach, Hardy Kalisher named Centennial League Coach of the Year and All-Region Coach of the Year after Panther experience and unexpect turnaround season with their first State Playoff appearance since 2001. The 1st Round of State Playoffs ends in a close 0-1 game at Pine Creek. A 2-1 win over 2006 State Champions Smoky Hill in Centennial League and a come from behind 2-1 win vs Fairview secure a 4th place finish Centennial League. Panthers are the Boulder Valley Invitational Runner-up. Captains Pat Geesamen (Sr.) and Tim Smith (Jr.).
2005 | 3-9-3
Highlights: One year coach Troy Tewalt guides Boulder to a 0-0 tie vs. Centennial League power and State Champions, Smoky Hill. Boulder is winless in league play. Four year varsity players and captains: Jack Vere Nicol (Named Denver Post Preseason Best of Best) and Tyler Martin (GK).
2004 | 5-4-5
Highlights: Tied Fairview for City Championship.
2003 | 5-6-3
Highlights: Tied Smoky Hill 2-2 and Mullen 2-2 in Centennial League.
2002 | 5-7-3
Highlights: Beat Monarch 4-1 and Niwot in non-conference games. Tied Fairview 0-0. 4 year varsity player and senior Captain Patrick Huffer finishes his impressive BHS soccer career. While individual all-time records are not available, Huffer is arguably one the top student-athlete to have played at BHS. He later went on to be named NCAA Scholar Athlete of the Year at Williams College, an award given to the NCAA’s top All-American soccer player. After graduating college Huffer declined offers to have tryouts with European professional soccer clubs choosing instead to pursue his dream of attending medical school.
2001 | ?
Highlights: 1st Round of State Playoffs beat Horizon 2-1; Round of 16 of State Playoffs lost 1-2 to Arvada West; Tied Fairview 1-1 and Split the City Championship. Captains: Josh Bienvenu (Sr.), Daniel Biggers (Sr.), Marshall Burrow (Sr.) and Patrick Huffer (Jr.).
2000 | 11-3-1
Highlights: Beat 4A defending State Champs Broomfield. Started season with an 8 game win streak but falter in league play and fail to make State playoffs despite best start in history of program and Top 10 ranking in state. Leading goalscorer, Patrick Huffer (sophomore). Captains: Danny Anderson, Barrett Helmer and Zach Zwart.
1999 | 5-7-1
1998 | ?
Highlights: First year coach, Pete Carnes guides team to 1st Round of State Playoffs. Won City Championship. Leading goal scorers are Grant Burrow and Lawton Ziedses Des Plantes.
1997 | 6-7-1 (0-1)
Highlights: Captains Josh Brant, Scott Burrow, Josh Stevenson. Beat Cherry Creek 1-0. Beat Fairview 2-0.
1996 | 4-8-1
Highlights: Long time assistant coach Adam Fels become head coach and leads Panthers to the City Championship with two 2-1 wins vs. Fairview in Centennial League; 2-0 win vs. Cherry Creek and 3-2 win vs. Mullen in Centennial League. Finish season strong with 2nd round of playoffs. Won first play off game 3-1 vs. Manual High School. Lost 1-3 in Quarter Finals to Chatfield.
1995 | 10-6-1 (1-1)
Highlights: 1 year coach, Marcus Des Plantes in herits a successful program from five year coach John Welsch. Quarter Finals of State Playoffs. Beat Cherry Creek and Fort Collins. Tied Fairview. Captain Eric Clark is a 4 year varsity player.
1994 | 11-6 (1-1)
Highlights: Ranked #8 preseason; Seed #12 in State Playoffs; Beat #5 Fort Collins in 1st Round of State Playoffs; Lost 3-2 to Overland in Quarter Finals of State Playoffs; City Champions vs. Fairview with 4-2 win and 3-2 draw in Centennial League); Beat Cherry Creak at home 3-2 in Centennial League. Explosive offense scores 44 goals lead by junior and 2nd Team All-State selection Eric Clark (12 goals, 4 assists). All-Centennial League honors go to: Clark, John Knight and Joel McElroy.
1993 | 4-8-3
Highlights: Lost first round playoff game to Fairview 1-3. Eric Clark leads team in goals (5).
Highlights: Hosted 1st Round of State Playoffs and won 4-3 vs. George Washington after being down 0-3 at half-time; Lost in Quarter Finals of State Playoffs. Soccer program fields 3 teams for the first time. Captains are Dave Ryserson, Mike Clark and Jamie Uhlir. Split games with Fairview 3-2 and 0-2.
1991 | 9-10-1
Highlights: BHS most prolific goal scoring year with 59 goals lead by forward Sebastian Colom (20+ goals). Beat #1 Ranked Bear Creek in 1st Round of playoffs 4-1. Lost to Northglenn in Quarter Finals. Beat Fairview twice 3-2 each time. Captains Sebastian Colom, Jamie Uhlir and David Waidler. Colom later went on to play NCAA Division 1 soccer at University of Tulsa where he still has the all-time single season assist record.
1990 | 8-6-1
Highlights: Big wins vs. Mullen 2-0, Smoky Hill 2-1 and a tie vs. Cherry Creek 1-1. Lost twice to Fairview. All-Centennial League 1st Team are Nick and Ben Studholme and Sebastian Colom. 2nd Team All-Centennial League: Steve Miller (GK) and Nathan Uhlir.
1989 | 5-8-1
Highlights: Former professional and NCAA All-American, John Welsch is named the fourth boys soccer head coach of Boulder High. Local wins vs. Fairview 3-2, Niwot 5-0 and Broomfield 2-1. League win vs. Smoky Hill 2-1. John continues to coach youth soccer in Boulder an has been a major influence and mentor to both players and coaches in Boulder County and specifically Boulder High.
1988 | 9-7
Highlights: Panthers have a remarkable turn around under Coach Christopher and finish 4th in Centennial League, Beat Broomfield 4-0 and split games with Fairview 1-3 and 3-1.
1987 | 1-10-2
Highlights: Assistant Coach Marcus Christopher fills after the newly hired coach declines position just before the start of the season. Despite their efforts, the program struggles to find it’s way.
1986 | 5-7-2
Highlights: Advance to State Playoffs for first time. Lost game after 12 rounds of penalty kick shoot out with Cherry Creek after 1-1 score. Beat Fairview 3-0 in league.
1985 | 8-3
Highlights: Strong season with wins vs. Cherry Creak 2-1, Mullen 3-1 and Smoky Hill 2-1. Lost 1-3 to Fairview
1984 | 8-3-1
Highlights: Program experience first winning season under new coach Jim Creasey. Program expands to varsity and junior varsitty after 67 boys attend tryouts. Season features three big blow out wins: 5-0 vs. Fairview, 5-1 vs. Cherry Creek and 6-0 vs. Smoky Hill. Captain Brian Husler.
1983 | 1-10-1
Highlights: Ron Grace (GK) and Andrew Huhlfelder are the 1st Boulder soccer players to receive All-Centennial soccer honors. Captains are Andrew Hohlfelder and Chris Jones. Lost to Fairview 0-1.
1982 | 0-11
Highlights: Boulder’s only winless season. Captain Steve Syler. Coach Tito Fuentes launches BHS girls soccer program in the spring. Lost to Fairview 1-4.
1981 | 2-7-2
Highlights: After 6 years of petitioning and hardwork, BHS sanctions boys varsity soccer under coach Tito Fuentes. Captains Rick Ammer, Shannon Hartman, Brad Sather.