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Arapahoe Cole Trautman ran second Oct. 11 in the Centennial League cross country championships with a time of 16:37.00. The junior helped the Arapahoe boys to a third-place finish in the team …

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Cole Trautman ran second Oct. 11 in the Centennial League cross country championships with a time of 16:37.00. The junior helped the Arapahoe boys to a third-place finish in the team standings. Sophomore Megan Bergstrom was the leading Warriors runner in the girls race with a 17th-place finish.

The softball team competed in the Region 5 state qualifying tournament at Rolland Moore Park in Fort Collins on Oct. 13. The Warriors edged Castle View, 4-3, but then lost to Fossil Ridge, 1-0. In the game to determine the second regional qualifier to the state 5A tournament, Arapahoe lost 5-0 to Castle View and saw its season end with a 17-9 record.

Grandview rolled up 399 yards in total offense on Oct. 11 in recording a 42-14 win over the football team. The Warriors face Eaglecrest on Oct. 18.

The boys soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Cherokee Trail on Oct. 11 in a game to determine first place in the Centennial League. Cameron Gail scored for the Warriors (11-1-2), which saw their 13-game unbeaten streak snapped.

Cherry Creek

The football team, top-ranked in the CHSAANow.com poll, overcame six penalties, poor punting and a 13-0 deficit after the first half to rally for a 14-13 win over fourth-ranked Eaglecrest on Oct. 12. Creek, which forced three turnovers during the game as Vance Brazile recovered two second-half fumbles, used a 3-yard touchdown run by Jayle Stacks, along with Mac Willis’ extra-point kick, to gain a 14-13 lead with 7:54 left in the game. Eaglecrest had an extra-point conversion after its second touchdown foiled by a bad snap, and the Raptors missed a 35-yard field goal with 59 seconds to play in the game.

Sophomore Parker Wolfe was crowned the Centennial League boys cross country champion after winning the league meet on Oct. 11 with a time of 16:14.00. The Bruins boys won the team championship as the next four scoring runners finished 15th, 18th, 19th and 20th. Freshman Riley Stewart was second in the girls race with a time of 18:32.00 and the girls had five girls in the Top 10 but came in second behind Cherokee Trail. The seven Creek girls runners were all underclass athletes with three freshmen, one sophomore and three juniors.

The top-ranked field hockey team tied Kent Denver, 1-1, on Oct. 13 with Isabella Balbona scoring the goal for the Bruins.

In the Oct. 13 Region 3 softball tournament, the Bruins lost to Regis Jesuit, 12-2, but then earned a 6-5 win over Northglenn. Regis downed the Bruins, 5-4, in the game to determine the second regional team to advance into the 5A state tournament. Creek finished the season with 15-11 record.

Englewood

According to a Hudl recap, the football team had 467 total yards in a 31-24 win over Alameda on Oct. 12. The win gave the Pirates a 5-2 overall record and a 2-1 mark in the 2A Colorado League. The Pirates face Bishop Machebeuf, tied for the league lead, on Oct. 19.

The volleyball team expanded its winning streak to nine matches with a 3-0 victory over Riverdale Ridge on Oct. 11. The Pirates won by an average of 17 points a set against Riverdale.

Heritage

Ian Kelly captured the Continental League cross country championship on Oct. 10 when the senior ran a 16:06 and helped the Eagles’ boys to a second-place team finish. Cory Kennedy was fifth and Max Tenbraak 10th to lead the team. In the girls race, senior Faith Henderson was the top Eagles runner with a 16th-place finish with a time of 20:04.00.

The football team scored all 41 points in the first three quarters of a 41-0 romp over Aurora Central on Oct. 12. According to a Hudl recap, the Eagles had 399 yards of total offense. The Eagles face Denver South on Oct. 19. The Eagles have lost the past two games played against the Rebels.

Freshman Darby Knamp ended the regular softball season with a team-leading .407 average and collected hits in all but three of 19 games.

Littleton

Christian Sapakoff and Christian Olsen finished fifth and sixth in the boys 4A Jefferson County League cross country championships held Oct. 11. Sapakoff was clocked in 16:58.00 and Olsen had a time of 17:10.00. The boys team was second. Freshman Grace Valentine was the first Littleton girls runner to finish — she was 16th with a time of 20:25.00.

Omar Serano collected the goal as the boys soccer team earned a 1-1 tie with Standley Lake on Oct. 10.

Highly touted Palmer Ridge quarterback Ty Evans passed for 233 yards and four touchdowns as the Bears scored all their points in the first half in a 42-7 win over the football team on Oct. 12. The winless Lions (0-7) travel to Parker to face Lutheran (2-5) on Oct. 19.

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