The Bruins remain strong with a trip to the soccer finals on the horizon. But first, Cherry Creek High School boys soccer will have to get past …
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The Bruins remain strong with a trip to the soccer finals on the
But first, Cherry Creek High School boys soccer will have to get
past Boulder Nov. 6 at Englewood High School’s Pirate Field. The
winner heads to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City for the
Class 5A state championship title game against either Mountain
Vista or ThunderRidge.
Creek entered the state playoffs as its No. 2 seed with a record
of 11-1-3. They defeated Gate way and Fort Collins in the first two
rounds of the tournament to face No. 10 seed Bear Creek in the
quarterfinals Oct. 2 at Legacy Stadium in Aurora. The Bruins beat
Bear Creek 3-0.
In that game, senior Josh Alswang, junior Karsten Hanlin and
junior Cole Davis each scored a goal for the Bruins. senior Tom
Jaeger and senior Joey Logsdon each had an assist.
ThunderRidge is the No. 21 and surprising teams through the
three rounds of playoffs before facing cross-town rival and
Continental League champion Mountain Vista, the No. 1 seed, for the
other spot in the state finals.
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