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Posted 12/18/18

Arapahoe • The boys basketball team’s fourth-quarter rally came up short in a 55-53 loss to rival Heritage on Dec. 14. Senior Carter Sturgeon led the Warriors with 17 points. The loss ended an …

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On Campus: Littleton, Centennial, Englewood

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Arapahoe

  • The boys basketball team’s fourth-quarter rally came up short in a 55-53 loss to rival Heritage on Dec. 14. Senior Carter Sturgeon led the Warriors with 17 points. The loss ended an 11-game winning streak in games against the Eagles.
  • Franny Cable was second in diving with 518.55 points and Anna Wetzel’s 1:05.02 time in the 100 breaststroke was the second fastest time at the Rex Abelein Memorial Invitational swim meet on Dec. 15 at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center. Arapahoe finished third in the team standings.
  • Junior Kali March scored 18 points in a 78-34 girls basketball win over Heritage on Dec. 14. It was the seventh consecutive win over rival Heritage and gave Arapahoe an 8-6 edge in the past 14 games played between the schools.

Cherry Creek

  • The boys basketball team had No. 1-ranked Chaparral on the ropes, leading by 17 points in the first half, but dropped a 66-65 decision on Dec. 14 after leading by a point with six seconds to play. Julian Hammond III led the Bruins with 19 points. The Bruins couldn’t hold a fourth-quarter lead on Dec. 15 against 10th-ranked Regis Jesuit but prevailed in a 61-58 overtime victory.
  • Blake Benson had two goals and was one of seven players to score in an 8-2 win by the hockey team over Mountain Vista on Dec. 14. Goalie Dylan Romanow made 31 saves in a 3-0 shutout over Heritage on Dec. 15.
  • The girls swim team was second in the Rex Abelein Memorial Invitational on Dec. 15 behind champion Fairview. Elizabeth Brock was second in the 200 and 500 freestyle, while Jenna Smith was third in the 200 IM and Ella Drury third in the 100 backstroke.
  • The girls basketball team, ranked sixth in the Dec. 10 CHSAANow.com 5A poll, takes a 3-0 record to the Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix after wins over Doherty, fifth-ranked Fossil Ridge and No. 4 Horizon. Four players are scoring in double figures after three games, led by junior Jana Van Gytenbeek with a 23.5 average.

Englewood

The girls basketball team jumped to a 28-10 halftime lead and cruised to a 45-23 win over St. Mary’s Academy on Dec. 15. It was the second win this season for the Pirates over St. Mary’s Academy. Englewood won 36-25 over the Wildcats in the season opener.

Heritage

  • Rick Timm, the U.S. Kids Golf Tour director the past six years, is the new boys and girls head golf coach.
  • Joe Carpinello had a hat trick to lead the hockey team to a 6-1 triumph over Cheyenne Mountain on Dec. 14. Lucas Labrash had a goal and three assists in the game. The Eagles were shut out 3-0 by Cherry Creek on Dec. 15.
  • The basketball team won for the first time in the past 12 games against rival Arapahoe with a 55-53 win on Dec. 14. The last time Heritage had defeated the Warriors was a 67-55 win on Jan. 9, 2007.
  • Anna Shaw was the runner-up in the 100 freestyle finals at the Dec. 15 Rex Abelein Memorial Invitational swim meet with a time of 51.26. The Eagles were 10th in the team standings.

Littleton

  • After opening the season with two wins, the boys basketball team has lost five straight games, including three in the Trojan Classic at Longmont High School Dec. 13-15. Tayvis Sagrillo Smiley leads the team in scoring with a 15.5 average.
  • The girls basketball team came up with 17 steals but couldn’t overcome poor shooting in a 42-33 loss to Prairie View on Dec. 14. Junior Hannah Peterson scored six points to lead the Lions.

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