Learn More About Athletics Director, Mr. Botello:
Mr. Botello is the Athletics Director at Bruce Randolph School. He grew up in the Northern Colorado Area and graduated from Roosevelt High School. Mr. Botello has been with Bruce Randolph for 14 years and worked within education for 24 years.
“I grew up in a small farming community in Northern Colorado (Johnstown) and was a multi-sport athlete. I’ve been blessed to have many great coaches over the years who have had a positive impact in my life. That is why I chose to become an bilingual educator and after 10 years in the classroom, I had the opportunity to work within the athletic department at Bruce Randolph. When I’m not working or coaching various sports at Bruce, I enjoy spending time with the family, relaxing and an occassional fishing trip.”
|Boys Soccer||August – October|
|Girls Soccer||August – October|
|Girls Volleyball||February – May|
|Boys Basketball||November – February|
|Girls Basketball||November – February|
|Coed Flag Football||February – May|
|Coed Running Club|||
|Girls Volleyball||Varsity | JV-A & JV-B||August – October|
|Boys Soccer||Varsity | JV||August – October|
|Girls Soccer||Varsity | JV||February – May|
|Boys Basketball||Varsity | JV||November – February|
|Girls Basketball||Varsity | JV||November – February|
|Baseball||Varsity | JV||February – May|
|Running Club||||Year Round|
|Girls Cheerleading||||August – February|
Genna Dickerson, 11th grader, attended the RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) Leadership Camp last week in Estes Park, CO. She spent time with over 150 high school students from around Colorado and the midwest. RYLA is sponsored by rotary clubs across the state and takes pride in educating the future. Great Job Genna! Special thanks to the Cherry Creek Rotary Club for making this opportunity a reality for Genna. Also a special thank you to Genn Dickerson, proud father and owner of Genna Rae’s Wings who constantly supports local schools in the area. Go Grizzlies
Hannah Watson 8th grader at Bruce Randolph Middle School, spent last week at the YRYLA (Young Rotary Youth Leadership Award) Leadership Camp at the YMCA in Estes Park. Every year Rotary Clubs from across the state sponsor students to participate in the leadership program. Great Job Hannah and thank you to the Cherry Creek Rotary Club for making this opportunity a success for Hannah. Go Grizzlies!
We’d like to congratulate Pedro Carrillo (11th grade) for playing in the Colorado Dugout Club All Star game on Sunday night at Riverdale Ridge HS! He threw 2 shutout innings against a tough 4A all star team and helped the Frontier League All Star baseball team to a 4-3 victory. He was also voted as Player of the Year for 2024 by the Frontier league coaches and is only the 2nd player in Bruce Randolph history to earn the honor!
Saul Rivera is a 10th grade soccer player at Bruce Randolph High School. His main Bruce Randolph value is “Unity.” Saul continues to lead the soccer team in goals scored and is learning to be a positive leader.
When he is off the field, he continues to work hard in school to improve his academics.
Keep up the good work, Saul!