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

Posted 11/1/17

Arapahoe

The football team (2-7 overall and 1-3 in the Mountain Massive League) ends the season with a Nov. 4 game against Smoky Hill at Littleton Public Schools Stadium. The Warriors will be …

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

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Arapahoe

  • The football team (2-7 overall and 1-3 in the Mountain Massive League) ends the season with a Nov. 4 game against Smoky Hill at Littleton Public Schools Stadium. The Warriors will be seeking their sixth straight win over Smoky Hill and have never lost to the Buffaloes in the series between the schools.
  • Senior Morgan Conn was 27th and led the girls cross country team to a 17th place finish Oct. 28 at the state cross country championships. The boys team, paced by senior Griffin Hampton's 60th place finish, was 18th in the team standings.
  • The soccer team took an 8-5-0 playoff record into its Nov. 1 second-round Class 5A state playoff encounter against Grand Junction Central.
  • The volleyball team was seeded 29th and will play Nov. 4 in the Region 8 tournament against Rocky Mountain and Ralston Valley.

Cherry Creek

  • The football team can wrap up sole possession of the Mount Elbert League title Nov. 4 at Evie Dennis Stadium in Denver with a victory over the Far Northeast Warriors. Creek is 5-0 in games against Far Northeast and won last season's game, 54-14.
  • Sophomore Erin Smith was 21st to help the girls cross country team come in seventh in the team standings in the Class 5A state cross country championships on Oct. 28. The boys were 15th with senior Jared Scott leading the way with a 28th-place finish.
  • The Centennial League champion volleyball team, fresh off winning the Legend tournament, will take a 14-match winning streak into the Nov. 4 regionals. The Bruins were seeded 12th and will host the Region 12 state-qualifying tournament on Nov. 4 that includes Highlands Ranch and Columbine. The regional tournament winner will be one of the teams advancing into the state tournament.

Englewood

  • The volleyball team ended the regular season by going 3-1 in the Manitou Springs tournament and earned a No. 32 seed in the Class 3A regional playoffs. The Pirates (15-8) will be in Region 5 and will challenge Resurrection Christian and Peak to Peak in an attempt to gain the one state qualifying berth up for grabs.
  • The football team ended the season on a winning note by rushing for 375 yards in a 49-18 victory on Oct. 27 over Ridge View Academy. The Pirates' 4-5 record equaled the 2016 mark.

Heritage

  • The boys cross country team was 11th in the Class 5A state cross country championships on Oct. 28 while the Eagles girls team was 18th. Junior Ian Kelly was the top boys runner with a 34th place finish while sophomore Mia Henderson led the girls by crossing the finish line in 41st place.
  • The football team (2-7 overall and 2-2 in the 4A Plains League) ends the regular season Nov. 3 with a game against Chatfield. The Eagles are 2-2 all time in games against Chatfield, but lost 27-10 last season.

Littleton

  • Senior Addi Iken was timed in 12:01 and came in third in the 4A girls state cross country championship race on Oct. 28. Junior Christian Sapakoff represented the Lions boys and was 63rd in the individual standings.
  • The football team (2-7 overall, 1-3 in the 4A Pikes Peak League) concludes the season Nov. 2 against Coronado. Last season the Lions lost 42-0 to Coronado.

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