Arapahoe • Caleb Busta and Jack Tickle both shot scores of 1-over-par 73 and Riley Rottschaefer had a 77 as the boys golf team won the Sept. 12 Centennial League tournament at Saddle Rock golf …
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• Caleb Busta and Jack Tickle both shot scores of 1-over-par 73 and Riley Rottschaefer had a 77 as the boys golf team won the Sept. 12 Centennial League tournament at Saddle Rock golf course. The Warriors had a 301 total for a 3-stroke victory as five Arapahoe golfers were among the lowest 13 golfers in the tourney.
• Nine different players scored and junior Mia Glover went 2-for-2 with two runs batted in to pace the offense in a 9-2 triumph over Bear Creek on Sept. 11. The Warriors had 23 hits and hit four homers in the four innings during a 25-2 rout over the Far Northeast Warriors. Junior Kayleigh Krueger hit two HRs while junior Keely Holt and sophomore Leah Cackowski each had a homer.
• The volleyball team collected a 3-0 win over Rock Canyon on Sept. 15, three days after posting a 3-1 triumph over Columbine.
• Ben Davis had a goal and assist plus was named Player of the Game in the boys soccer team’s 3-1 win over Mountain Vista on Sept. 15.
• Cade Kilkenny fired a 77 and Quinn Mosch a 78 as the Bruins finished third on the team leaderboard at the Sept. 12 Centennial League golf tournament at Saddle Rock golf course.
• The football team, top ranked in the Sept. 10 CSHAANow.com poll, thwarted a two-point Pomona conversion try with an interception by sophomore Myles Purchase in overtime to escape with a 35-34 win over the No. 4 Panthers on Sept. 13. Seamus Henderson rushed 11 times for 107 yards and a touchdown in the win. Creek faces Chaparral on Sept. 20 at the Stutler Bowl.
• The softball team stretched its winning streak to nine games with a 5-0 win over Columbine on Sept. 11, a 12-2 victory over Valor Christian on Sept. 13 and a 2-0 Centennial League shutout over Grandview on Sept. 14. Four Bruins players have been credited with double digits in RBIs for the season, with Marissa Zheng having 16, Amanda Licht 15, Alex Frey 15 and Casey Grant 11.
• The football team has won two of its first three games this season and has averaged 42.6 points a game in those three contests. The Pirates beat Denver West, 47-0, on Sept. 14.
• The softball won its second game of the year with an 18-3 victory over Aurora Central on Sept. 10 in a game that lasted only 3.5 innings. The Pirates had just three hits but were issued 16 walks. Karina Holguin had two RBIs for Englewood.
• The soccer team remains winless and has scored only one goal in five matches but the girls volleyball team defeated Conifer 3-0 on Sept. 13 for its fifth win in seven games.
• Senior Daxton Height scored the goal off an assist from sophomore goalkeeper Kole Villescas in the 2-1 soccer setback to Legend on Sept. 15. Villescas also made nine saves in the game.
• The softball team’s losing streak reached four with a 9-1 setback to Regis Jesuit on Sept. 14. The Eagles have been outscored 113-63 and the Eagles are hitting .275 as a team despite the team-leading batting average of .412 average for freshman Caroline Ermel.
• The football team has started the season with a 3-0 record, which surpasses the Eagles’ total of two victories last year.
• The football team is still seeking its first win after a 17-10 loss to Niwot on Sept. 14. The Lions led 7-0 at halftime and were ahead 10-7 going into the fourth quarter but surrendered 10 points in the final period. The Lions play another winless team in Thornton on Sept. 21.
• Senior Omar Serano scored twice and freshman Eduardo Jimenez added a goal in a 3-1 soccer victory over Ponderosa on Sept. 11. Serano leads the team in scoring with five goals and 10 points.
• Senior Christian Sapakoff finished seventh Sept. 14 at the Air Academy Kadet Invitational cross country meet in the boys race with a time of 17:40.80. Junior Hailey Lockhart was 17th in the girls race with a time of 21:29.20. The boys were fourth in the team standings and the girls were fifth.
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