Arapahoe • The 5A state champion boys soccer team was scheduled to be presented with the Army National Guard ranking trophy as part of the 14th annual MaxPreps Tour of Champions during halftime of …
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• The 5A state champion boys soccer team was scheduled to be presented with the Army National Guard ranking trophy as part of the 14th annual MaxPreps Tour of Champions during halftime of the basketball game on Jan. 30. Arapahoe finished 28th is the final rankings and was one of 10 boys varsity soccer teams honored on the tour.
• Eliana McClarie led the girls basketball team with 12 points in a 56-33 Centennial League loss to rival Cherry Creek on Jan. 23. The team fell behind early in a 75-34 setback to Grandview on Jan. 26.
• Bryson Stephens had 15 points and Carter Sturgeon 10 in a 69-53 boys basketball loss to Cherry Creek on Jan. 23. The Warriors lost 49-42 to Grandview in another Centennial League game on Jan. 26.
• In 5A girls top 20 rankings compiled by prepswimco.com on Jan. 23, junior Anna Wetzel had the second fastest time of 1:05.02 in the 100 yard breaststroke and senior Franny Cable’s 518.55 points was the second highest diving score recorded so far this season.
• Junior Jana Van Gytenbeek had 24 points while junior Cali Clark added 14 points and 10 rebounds in a 56-33 Centennial League victory over Arapahoe on Jan. 23. The team, ranked fourth in the CHSASNow.com 5A poll, rallied from a five-point first-period deficit and notched a 67-46 victory over Mullen on Jan. 26.
• All the goals in the hockey game came in the second period and Nathaiel Rider’s power-play goal at the 10:10 mark lifted the third-ranked Bruins to a 2-1 victory over second-ranked Valor Christian on Jan. 25. Blake Benson had the first Creek goal. However the team gave up three third-period goals in a 5-2 loss to No. 8 Ralston Valley on Jan. 26. Gavin Berkey and Hunter Fieweger scored for the Bruins.
• The boys basketball team defeated Arapahoe, 69-53, on Jan. 23 with Julian Hammond III scoring 25 points, Myles Purchase 17 and Sebastian Cole 13. Hammond also had 10 rebounds, four assists and five steals. The team lost 77-62 to Mullen on Jan. 26.
• Kai Blake was the Class 5A No. 1 wrestler at 170 pounds in the Jan. 24 On The Mat rankings.
• The girls basketball team fell behind early and could never catch up in a 45-31 loss to Weld Central on Jan. 26. The team suffered a 42-34 loss on Jan. 24 at Conifer.
• The boys basketball team dropped a 68-45 decision to Conifer on Jan. 24.
• Mike Griebel, who was Heritage’s head football coach for 19 seasons, has been named the new head football coach at Thomas Jefferson.
• Five players scored in the hockey team’s 5-2 victory over Mullen on Jan. 25. Junior Jakob Boos had two assists to go along with his goal. Joe Carpinello was credited with the game-winning tally. The team lost 2-1 to Denver East in overtime on Jan. 26 in a game between Highlands Conference leaders.
• The boys basketball team lost its fifth straight game when Rock Canyon posted a 51-41 victory on Jan 25 as lack of scoring in the first and third quarters was costly.
• Caroline Burrow scored 25 of the team’s 32 points in a 52-32 girls basketball loss to Mountain Vista on Jan. 23. The team was defeated 46-22 by Rock Canyon on Jan. 25.
• Juniors Susie Puchino and Hannah Peterson each had nine points in a 41-36 Jeffco 4A loss to Standley Lake on Jan. 23. Sophomore Ashton Haddock scored 15 points and senior Sydney Elder added 12 points as the team made 14 steals in a 45-32 win over Golden on Jan. 25. The team concluded a busy week with a 56-31 win over Wheat Ridge on Jan. 26 as J’la Ervin scored 16 points, Puchino 11 and Haddock 10.
• The boys basketball team was dealt two Jeffco 4A losses, dropping a 59-53 decision to Standley Lake on Jan. 23 and a 63-56 game to Golden on Jan. 25. Tayvis Sagrillo Smiley led the team with 21 points, nine rebounds and four steals against Standley Lake.
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