Semifinals here we come. Cherry Creek and Arapahoe high school boys lacrosse teams inched that much closer to the state championship semifinals after …
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Semifinals here we come.
Cherry Creek and Arapahoe high school boys lacrosse teams inched
that much closer to the state championship semifinals after putting
up a “W” in the second round of action.
Arapahoe earned a bye from the first round of action as the No.
5 seed and a 9-6 record. In Round 2, the Warriors played host to
Colorado Academy May 11 at Littleton Public Schools Stadium and
defeated Academy 14-7.
Arapahoe’s Jack Bobzien scored four goals and assisted five
others. Bryce Parietti had four goals and three assists. Conor Ryan
finished with one of each.
With the win, the Warriors moved on to the quarterfinals round
against No. 4 seed Fort Collins May 14 at Regis High School in
Aurora. Arapahoe beat the Lambkins 9-5 to advance to the
semifinals. Connor McHugh scored three goals and assisted one for
the Warriors. Greg Bechler had two goals and one assist. Bobzien
scored one and assisted two.
Arapahoe faced No. 1 seeded Regis in the semifinals May 18 at
Englewood High School. Results of the game were unavailable at
Cherry Creek entered the playoffs as its No. 2 seed and a 13-2
record. With a bye from the first round, the Bruins played host to
No. 15 Highlands Ranch May 10 at the Stutler Bowl in Greenwood
Village. Creek defeated the Falcons with a 19-7 final.
Kendall Williams scored four goals and had three assists for the
Bruins. Will Lemon had a hat trick. Ryan Arthur had two goals and
an assist. Mike McCauley and Austin Smith each scored twice, and
Brandon Willis scored one and assisted two.
With the win, Creek faced No. 10 seeded Mountain Vista in the
quarterfinals May 14 at Regis High School in Aurora. The Bruins
beat Vista 10-5 for a shot at the semifinals. Henri Halle scored
two goals and assisted another. Austin Smith also put two in the
cage. Kendall Williams had one goal and assisted four. Chris White
finished with 10 saves between the pipes.
Creek went on to face No. 6 Kent Denver in the semifinals May 18
at Englewood High School. Results from the game were not available
at press time.
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