On Campus: News and notes from local high school sports programs

Posted 10/12/17

Arapahoe

Sophomore pitcher Kayleigh Kruger finished the Centennial League regular season as the league leader with 10 wins and was second in strikeouts with 89.

Tommy Packer had back-to-back …

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On Campus: News and notes from local high school sports programs

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Arapahoe

  • Sophomore pitcher Kayleigh Kruger finished the Centennial League regular season as the league leader with 10 wins and was second in strikeouts with 89.
  • Tommy Packer had back-to-back rounds of 72 and wound up tied for fourth on the leaderboard at state golf Oct. 2-3 and the Warriors finished third in the team standings.
  • The football team will be out to break a four-game losing streak in an Oct. 13 game against Doherty, a team that has won two of the past three games played between the schools.

Cherry Creek

  • Cherry Creek, an eight-time state champion, was the runner-up in the Class 5A Golf Championships Oct. 2-3 with Carter Kovarik and Greg Brewer pacing the team by tying for 13th place. Kovarik had rounds of 71 and 77 while Brewer shot 76 and 72.
  • The defense on the football team was inexperienced but started to show proficiency in the 56-7 win over Fossil Ridge on Oct. 6 by allowing just 86 total yards - 1.8 yards per rush and 4.4 yards per pass completion.
  • Coach Chelo Curi's soccer team remained unbeaten in the Centennial League with a 2-1 overtime victory over Arapahoe on Oct. 5.

Englewood

  • First-year softball coach David Swank led the team to a 4-14 record and his daughter, Maggie who is a student at St. Mary's Academy, led the team with a .642 batting average, 34 runs batted in and 15 stolen bases.
  • The football team lost its homecoming game to Bishop Machebeuf 48-22 on Oct. 6.

Heritage

  • Bolstered by Sam Blackwood who tied for sixth place with a 36-hole total of 146 the golf team was seventh in the Oct. 2-3 State Golf Championships.
  • The football team collected its first win of the season Oct. 5 with a 49-7 romp over Adams City and will be seeking a sixth consecutive win over Gateway when the teams play on Oct. 13.
  • Heritage's 2-1 victory over Highlands Ranch on Oct. 3 stretched the team's unbeaten streak to three games (2-0-1).

Littleton

  • It took a penalty kick by Standley Lake on Oct. 2 to end the seven-game shutout streak by the soccer team, but the Lions still prevailed in the game, 2-1. In 12 games, the defensive-oriented team has allowed three goals.
  • Senior Addi Iken won the varsity girls race at the Oct. 7 Windjammer Cross Country meet with a time of 18.26.

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