The sapsucker was a male Red-naped. Could it be a first winter bird as it did not has a very noticeable black chest band? I don't know. Last winter a Red-naped Sapsucker was in the same Ponderosa Pine at the Rose Heath Preserve two miles southeast of Nucla. Two more photos of the sapsucker are attached to show the chest area.
The hawk was an adult female Sharp-shinned Hawk. A female Sharp-shinned Hawk can be larger than a male Cooper's Hawk. I believe to separate the two hawks (male Cooper's and female Sharp-shinned) is about a challenging as it gets. I am not always 100% sure and sometimes one should just leave the ID as an accipiter.