Arapahoe • Senior Eliana McClarie’s 16 points helped the girls basketball team build up a big lead and the Warriors held on for a 47-43 Centennial League win over Eaglecrest on Jan. 16. The team …
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• Senior Eliana McClarie’s 16 points helped the girls basketball team build up a big lead and the Warriors held on for a 47-43 Centennial League win over Eaglecrest on Jan. 16. The team won its fourth straight game with a 50-44 victory over Cherokee Trail on Jan. 18 as Kali March and Maky Smahelova each had 13 points.
• The boys basketball team shot only 26 percent from the field in a 67-31 Centennial League loss to Eaglecrest on Jan. 16. Carter Sturgeon and Bryson Stephens each had eight points to pace the Warriors. Second- and third-quarter scoring droughts were costly in a 59-50 loss to Cherokee Trail on Jan. 18.
• The girls wrestling team finished second in the Take The Crown Open team standings on Jan. 19 at Montbello. Rosalind Ramos Cruz was the 100-pound winner and Saelah Pescevic took the 111-pound individual title.
• The girls basketball team rolled to a 60-36 win over Cherokee Trail on Jan. 16 as junior point guard Jana Van Gytenbeek led four double-figure scorers with 17 points. Gytenbeek scored 21 points to go along with eight assists and five steals on Jan. 18 in an 88-35 win over Overland. The Bruins, ranked fourth in the Jan. 14 CHSAANow.com poll, faced second ranked Highlands Ranch on Jan. 19 but a second half comeback fell short in a 64-58 loss. Van Gytenbeek had 22 points, junior Cali Clark 14 and sophomore Kacee Kyle 12 in the loss. Clark and Van Gytenbeek both surpassed the 1,000-point career milestone.
• Sophomore Julian Hammond III had 20 points in the boys basketball 50-44 Centennial League win over Cherokee Trail on Jan. 16. Sebastian Cole contributed 10 points. The team upset fourth-ranked Overland, 81-71, on Jan 18.
• Kai Blake pinned Payton Polson of Mountain Vista in 5:48 of the 170-pound championship match at the Top Of The Rockies boys wrestling tournament Jan. 18-19 at Centaurus High School.
• Sophomore Nate Gravagno scored 21 points in a 52-48 boys basketball loss to Riverdale Ridge on Jan. 15. Down by five points after the first quarter, the team rallied for a 60-45 win over Skyview on Jan. 17 as Thomas O’Connor scored 24 points.
The girls basketball team suffered a pair of losses with a 51-42 setback to Riverdale Ridge on Jan 15 and a 53-29 defeat to Skyview on Jan. 17. Megan Trail scored 11 points and Diamante Martinez added 10 points in the Riverdale loss.
• Lucas Labrash had a hat trick and Jackson Scott’s goal at 1:52 of the third period tied the game as the hockey team skated to a 4-4 overtime tie with sixth-ranked Monarch on Jan. 17.
• Sophomore Erik Olsen had 16 points and senior Cason Kurowski scored 15 but the boys basketball team came up short in a 48-45 loss to Highlands Ranch in a Continental League game on Jan. 17. Cal Wing led the team with 14 points in a 53-41 setback to Ponderosa on Jan. 15.
• The girls basketball team knew it would be a tough challenge to play No. 2 ranked Highlands Ranch on Jan. 17 and it was as the Eagles suffered a 93-6 loss to the Falcons. Caroline Burrow scored 11 points in a 51-27 defeat to Ponderosa on Jan. 15.
• A strong fourth quarter in which the girls basketball team outscored Legend 16-5 helped secure a 46-43 non-league win on Jan. 16 as junior guard Susie Puchino led the way with 21 points and 12 rebounds for the Lions. The team scored just seven points in the second half in a 48-34 Jeffco 4A loss to Green Mountain on Jan. 19.
• The boys basketball team was on the road for two Jeffco 4A games, losing 58-55 in overtime to Conifer on Jan. 15 and falling 49-35 on Jan. 19 to Green Mountain. Matthew Friedberg had 16 points and Logan Leimeister 15 in the Conifer loss.
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