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 Please schedule your son's Doctors appt. to get his physical prior to Aug. 2.  Athletes will not be allowed to physically practice without their physical and all the paperwork submitted through the school's website.  Athletes must attend practice regardless but will not be able to participate in live drills without this done.  I will send the link for the online registration next week.  Please schedule your physicals ASAP.  


July 23-July 30:  Everyone is off!!  Coaches may open the weight room in the mornings if the guys want to come in to get a workout.

 August 2nd:     1st Day of Practice

     Practice Times for the week of August 2nd

     Varsity/JV:  Aug 2-6- 4:00-8:00 pm

     We will include weight training and film with practices

     Freshmen:  Aug 2-6- 7:30 am-10:00 am

August 4th is Picture Day, Varsity and JV Potluck and Freshmen BBQ



Practices Aug 9-13:  

     Varsity/JV:  will begin practicing in the afteroon:  3:00-7:00 pm

     Freshmen: 3:45-6:00 pm


Saturday: Aug 14th: Scrimmage vs Regis  


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2020 Seniors


99 Rebels Inducted into CHSAA Hall Of Fame 

The Rebels 99 team was inducted into the CHSAA hall of fame.  The only football team in the state to ever recieve that honor.           







Parent/Player Info.: Coach Lowry’s folder-  

(Name, Grad class,emails address &phone)

Register under PUBLIC Team/Booster info.

Coach Andy Lowry Receive's Power of Influence Award

Congratulations Coach Andy Lowry - Recipient of The American Football Coaches Foundation Power of Influence Award!!


Excerpt From AFCF Website:



The Power of Influence award was created as a way for the AFCA and AFCF to honor a deserving high school football coach. Coaches who receive this award are recognized for their impact on their team and players, as well as the legacy they leave with the school and community. This award is not based on wins and losses; however, it is noted that coaches of powerful influence have longevity and success. It is the first AFCA award specifically designed to honor a high school coach.



“This award means much more that any other coaching awards that I have ever won,” said Lowry. “It goes beyond winning and losing and is an award for making an impact or difference in others’ lives, our school and community. I try to be a faithful person and a servant first in my job. God has blessed me in so many ways. I love my job working with young people and I have the best assistant coaches that any coach could ever wish for. They are the reason that we have won five state championships since 1999. This is an honor that I will accept on behalf of Columbine High School, my coaches, my family and most importantly, our great kids that have worked and excelled in our program for the past 19 years.”

Click here for the entire story      


posted 02/10/2013