Arapahoe • Sophomore Jay Wolf took a pass from Centennial League points leader Cameron Gail and scored the game’s only goal in the second half to lift the boys soccer team to a 1-0 win over …
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• Sophomore Jay Wolf took a pass from Centennial League points leader Cameron Gail and scored the game’s only goal in the second half to lift the boys soccer team to a 1-0 win over Mullen on Oct. 4. Senior Spencer Cobb made four saves in the shutout. In a 4-0 victory over Overland on Oct. 2, Zach Westerman, Ben Davis, Gail and Jacob Vogel collected goals and Cobb came up with five saves.
• The softball team ended a three-game losing streak with a 12-1 win over Heritage on Oct. 5 in the final game of the regular season. The Warriors collected 18 hits in the five-inning win over Heritage as Leah Cackowski, Kali March and Michelle Salazar each had three hits. March and Salazar hit home runs.
• The boys tennis team played in the Region 2 qualifying tournament on Oct. 3-4 at Lifetime Fitness in Centennial and will send nine regional champion players, three in singles and three doubles teams, to the 5A state tournament, which will be held Oct. 11-13 at Gates Tennis Center in Denver.
• All four doubles team won championships in the Region 4 state qualifying meet in Broomfield, while two singles players were second and No. 3 singles player Drew Hill stretched his record to 9-0 this season with a championship win in the tournament held Oct. 3-4. The Bruins qualified a maximum of 11 players for the 5A state tennis championship, which will be played Oct. 11-13 at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver.
• The volleyball team lost two of its first three games this season but the 3-0 win over Overland on Oct. 4 was the 12th straight victory for the Bruins. Junior Cali Clark had 11 kills and a 61.1 kill percentage, while Emily Ettel had 23 assists in the Overland win.
• Amelia McCarthy leads the state with 33 points and the top-ranked field hockey team remained unbeaten with a 6-0 win over Fossil Ridge on Oct. 1.
• The girls volleyball team won its seventh consecutive match with a 3-1 triumph over Weld Central on Oct. 4. Junior Lily Johnson continues to lead the team with 52 kills and 29 total blocks. Jayda Brown has 216 kills and Ashlynn Hainey is the team assist leader with 127.
• The softball team ended the regular season with a 24-1 romp over Denver West on Oct. 3 and a 14-0 win over Platte Canyon on Oct. 5. Sophomore Emma Garcia had two hits including a homer and four runs batted in during the three-inning, mercy rule contest against Denver West. Maggie Swank, who led the team with a .564 batting average for the season, went 4-for-4 with four RBIs in the five-inning victory over Platte Canyon.
• Joey Pontiff and Jake Carrington won the No. 3 doubles title at the Region 2 state qualifying tennis tournament on Oct. 3-4 at Lifetime Fitness in Centennial. Pontiff and Carrington will join singles players Chase Walters, Will Jones and Carson McLeod at the Oct. 11-13 5A State Championships at the Gates Tennis Center. Walters, Jones and McLeod were runners-up in the qualifying tourney.
• Davis Branch scored for the boys soccer team in the 1-0 triumph over Chaparral on Oct. 4.
• The football team plays Aurora Central on Oct. 12 and will be out to rebound from a 54-28 setback to Montrose in a top 10 showdown on Oct. 5. Heritage came into the game unbeaten and fifth ranked.
• The boys tennis team will send three doubles teams to the Oct. 11-13 Class 4A state tournament in Pueblo. Sam Glaser and Nevo Gross won the No. 3 regional tournament title on Oct. 2-3 while the No. 2 team of Reid Fornstrom and Jake Beutelshies along with the No. 4 duo of Ethan and Ollie Montoya earned tickets to state with second-place regional finishes.
• Nick Zirkle got the winning goal in the boys soccer team’s 1-0 win over Wheat Ridge on Oct. 3. Logan McLaughlin made six saves in the shutout.
• Senior Christian Sapakoff was fourth in the boys race at the Windjammer Invitational on Oct. 6. He was timed in 16:20.00. Junior Hailey Lockhart was the leading Littleton girls finisher with a 20:22.00 run that was good for a 14th place finish.
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