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• The baseball team wrapped up the regular Centennial League season with back-to-back games against Cherokee Trail and Overland. The three-day Centennial League Challenge begins April 28 and the Warriors will make up a postponed game against Fort Collins on May 4.

• Assured of its fifth straight winning season, the girls soccer team (9-3-1) concluded the regular season with two games and will have more than a week to prepare for the first round of the state Class 5A playoffs, which begin May 8. Senior Camryn MacMillian heads into the last two league games as the league’s scoring leader with 11 goals and 28 points. Teammate Danielle Babb was in second place with eight goals and 25 points.

• The boys swimming team won the Jefferson County Swim-Dive Invitational on April 20 with 1,112 points. Jack Rowe was second in the 50 freestyle as the top individual finisher for the team.

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• The girls golf team won the April 18 Centennial League meet at Raccoon Creek by five strokes over second-place Arapahoe. Payton Canon and Rachel Penzenstadler each carded 4-over-par scores of 76 to pace the Bruins.

• The boys lacrosse team took a step toward the Centennial League crown with an 11-8 victory over contending Arapahoe on April 18. The Bruins have league games remaining against Grandview on April 25 and Smoky Hill on April 27. The regular season ends with a May 3 contest at Kent Denver.

• The top-ranked girls lacrosse team is led by senior Hali Sibilia, who leads the Centennial League with 69 points. Creek junior Katie Collins is the league’s goal-scoring leader with 41 and Sibilia is tops in assists with 45.


• The girls soccer team, second in the 4A/3A Colorado 7 League, had won three consecutive games before a scheduled game against Alameda. The Pirates face Arvada on April 26 and are 8-0 against the Bulldogs dating back to 2009.

• The baseball team finishes the regular season with games against Alameda and at Fort Morgan on April 27. The team has lost 28 straight games dating back to a forfeit win over Jefferson on May 2, 2016.


• Rachel Sabey, who had been on the coaching staff for five years, is the new head coach for the Liberty Belles, the varsity dance team.

• The baseball team’s 2.08 team earned-run average continues to lead the Continental League. The Eagles, coming off a 5-2 loss to Castle View on April 18, will try to stay close to league-leading Mountain Vista but has three and maybe four games, depending on a rescheduled contest scheduled for a five-day stretch.


• Brittany Line won the shot put event April 19 at the 4A Jeffco Relays with a throw of 37-02.75. She finished third in the discus compeititon.

• The girls soccer team snapped a two-game losing streak to Wheat Ridge with a 2-0 win on April 20 as keeper Lily Jensen made seven saves.

• The boys lacrosse team, which had won seven of eight games, has a non-league game scheduled April 27 at George Washington. In three previous games played against the Patriots, the Lions have won all three by a combined score of 47-7.


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