Arapahoe • Zach Westerman and Cameron Gail scored first-half goals as the boys soccer team held on to edge Cherry Creek 2-1 on Oct. 16. The win allowed the team to share the Centennial League title …
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• Zach Westerman and Cameron Gail scored first-half goals as the boys soccer team held on to edge Cherry Creek 2-1 on Oct. 16. The win allowed the team to share the Centennial League title with Grandview and Cherokee Trail with 6-1 league records. The victory over Creek was only the third in the past 11 games against the Bruins.
• Junior Cole Trautman was fourth in the boys race at the Class 5A, Region 1 cross country meet held Oct. 18 at Aurora Sports Park He was timed in 16:19.00
• Senior Katie Girard had eight kills and a 53.3 kill percentage, four total blocks and seven digs to spark the volleyball team’s 3-0 win over Smoky Hill on Oct. 16.
• Freshman Riley Stewart won the girls Region 1 cross country meet on Oct. 18 at Aurora Sports Park with a time of 18:22.00. The Bruins girls team captured the regional title with the five athletes that scored finishing among the top 13 runners. Sophomore Parker Wolfe was second in the boys race with a time of 15:50.00.
• The football team can win the 5A Metro East title and secure a first-round playoff bye with a win over second place Grandview when the teams meet Oct. 26 at Legacy Stadium. Creek has won just two of the past eight games played against the Wolves but notched a 40-20 win last season. The Bruins remained unbeaten with a 35-14 win over Cherokee Trail on Oct. 12 after scoring 14 points in the fourth quarter to seal the win.
• The Centennial League-leading volleyball team downed rival Grandview 3-0 on Oct. 16 as Katie Sherman finished with 12 kills and seven digs to help pace the victory. Senior Emily Ettel had 29 kills in the win that clinched the league title for the Bruins.
• The volleyball team defeated Arvada, 3-0, on Oct. 18 and moved into first place in the 4A/3A Colorado 7 League. It was the Pirates 11th straight win. The team beat Alameda, 3-0, on Oct. 16 as Deveyn Hainey led the way with 12 kills and 13 digs. With two more league games and an appearance in the Manitou Springs tournament on Oct. 27, the Pirates have a chance to become the winningest team in over a decade. The Pirates were 15-2 after the Arvada victory to match the 15 wins of last season for the school, which managed to record a total of 44 wins in 10 seasons from 2007-2016.
• The football team managed to trim Bishop Machebeuf, 6-3, in a 2A Colorado League game on Oct. 19. The Pirates (6-2) end the regular season Oct. 26 against Ridge View Academy. The six wins this so far season are the most in since 2010, when the Pirates won eight games.
• The boys soccer team wrapped up the regular season and played the spoiler role with a 1-0 win over Rock Canyon on Oct. 16. Marcus Unlig had the assist on the winning goal scored by Carlos Jimenez. The win cost Rock Canyon a chance to share the Continental League title with Castle View.
• Ian Kelly finished fourth in Region 1, boys Class 5A cross country race on Oct. 18 at Aurora Sports Park with a time of 15:33.00. Cory Kennedy came in ninth. Faith Henderson was 15th in the girls race.
• The football team improved its record to 7-1 overall with a 21-18 win over Denver South on Oct. 19. Will Callahan and Giannai Palazzo rushed for touchdowns and Everett Darrington returned a pass interception for a score.
• The girls volleyball team beat Golden 3-1 in a match held on Oct. 16. Sophomore Allison Groustra had 12 kills, five service aces and 15 digs.
• Rodrigo Marin scored the lone goal in the boys soccer team’s 1-0 win over Green Mountain on Oct. 16 and the Lions finished tied for second in the 4A Jeffco League with a 4-1-1 record. Golden won the league with a 5-1-0 mark.
• Senior Christian Sapakoff came in 15th in the boys race at the Region 2, Class 3A cross country meet on Oct. 18 in Alamosa. He was timed in 17:00.04. Junior Hailey Lockhart was the top Lions runner in the girls race, finishing 23rd.
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