On Campus: News and notes from local high school sports programs

Posted 10/26/17

Arapahoe

The soccer team ended the Centennial League regular season with a 5-1 win over Overland on Oct. 17 to finish in a three-way tie for first place. Arapahoe, Cherry Creek and Grandview were …

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On Campus: News and notes from local high school sports programs

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Arapahoe

  • The soccer team ended the Centennial League regular season with a 5-1 win over Overland on Oct. 17 to finish in a three-way tie for first place. Arapahoe, Cherry Creek and Grandview were all 6-1-0. Creek beat Arapahoe in overtime, Grandview shut out Creek and Arapahoe topped Grandview. The Warriors were seeded ninth for a first-round 5A playoff game against Monarch on Oct. 26.
  • Alicia Nguyen ended the Centennial League regular volleyball season as the league leader in digs with 384, or 6.3 per set. Carly Killorin was second in the league with 491 assists and fourth with 40 aces.

Cherry Creek

  • After wrapping up the Centennial League title, the volleyball team was out to improve its RPI standing in the Centennial Challenge with hopes of hosting a regional tournament. The Bruins beat Smoky Hill, 3-0, on Oct. 17 and Eaglecrest, 3-1, Oct. 19 for its 10th straight victory.
  • The football team's defense bends but doesn't break and the offense has been rolling along. Junior Alec Padilla had a 147.7 quarterback rating in the win over Horizon. The Bruins are averaging 50.1 points a game in three Mount Elbert league contests, 38.6 points overall and face winless Prairie View on Oct. 27.
  • The soccer team will be at home for a first-round 5A state playoff game when the 10th-seeded Bruins host No. 23 Liberty in a game scheduled for Oct. 26.

Englewood

  • The football teams wraps up the season Oct. 27 with a game against Ridge View Academy. The Pirates have won the past three games played against the Rams, including a 39-14 victory last season.
  • Senior Maryah Hoeft leads the 4A/3A Colorado 7 volleyball league statistics with 486 digs.

Heritage

  • Senior goalkeeper Tieman Day was second in the final Continental League regular-season statistics with 118 saves and an average of 8.4 saves per match. He was also second with a 1.221 goals against average with three shutouts.
  • Both the boys and girls cross country teams qualified for the Oct. 28 state championships. The boys were runners-up in the Class 5A, Region 2 on Oct. 19 and the girls were fourth.
  • The football team saw its two-game winning streak end as Dakota Ridge scored 42 points in the first half en route to a 42-21 win over the Eagles who play Golden on Oct. 27. Heritage has won all three previous games played against the Demons.

Littleton

  • Last season, the boys soccer team was 2-5-0 in the 4A Jefferson County League. The team blanked Evergreen 2-0 on Oct. 18 to finish 6-1-0 and won the outright conference title. It was the school's first conference championship since 1973.
  • Four runners qualified from 4A Region 1 for the Oct. 28 state cross country championships. Christian Sapakoff and Cooper Brown were the boys qualifiers, while Addi Iken and Hailey Lockhart will be in the girls field.

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