Chaparral • The girls lacrosse team ended the Continental League season with an April 24 game against Valor Christian. The Wolverines have non-league games scheduled May 1 at Denver East and May 4 …
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• The girls lacrosse team ended the Continental League season with an April 24 game against Valor Christian. The Wolverines have non-league games scheduled May 1 at Denver East and May 4 at Arapahoe. Senior Hannah Mill had a nine-goal lead over teammate Kennedy Mealhow in the race for the individual league scoring title. Mill had 44 goals compared 36 for Mealhow. Mill led Mealhow 80-65 as the league’s top point producers.
• The baseball team will have to keep tabs on pitch count since the team has three games scheduled for three days early in the week. The Wolverines finish their Continental League schedule April 30 at Heritage and May 2 with a home contest against Castle View.
• The girls soccer team plays Regis Jesuit April 26 at Echo Park Automotive Stadium and takes on Legend on April 28 in the final Continental League game. The regular season ends with an April 30 non-league game against Grandview. All three games are important as teams scramble to get into the top 32 of the RPI standings which helps determine state playoff positions. In the standings posted April 23, Legend was 29th, Regis 30th and Chaparral 33rd.
• The girls soccer team will have an eye on the RPI standings in its final three Continental League games against Ponderosa on April 26, Chaparral on April 28 and Heritage on May 1. The Titans will likely be without leading scoring Madison Radke, who injured her ankle against Mountain Vista. Radke has nine goals and 20 points.
• The baseball team has four games in five days, ending with an April 27 home game against Regis Jesuit. Legend snapped a seven-game losing skid against the Raiders last season with a 6-3 win.
• At the April 19 Legend Spring Qualifier, Nolan Getchell won the 3,200 race with a time of 10:07.69
• The girls soccer team has matched last season’s win total of eight games and has four game remaining in the regular season. The Lions wrap up the regular season with games on April 30 against Denver Christian and May 2 against SkyView Academy.
• Maya Evans won the 100-meter dash and the long jump, while Katie Dack-Howell captured the shot put at the Legend Spring Qualifier on April 19. Evans was timed in 11.88 in the 100 and had a winning 18-10.50 long jump. Dack-Howell threw the shot 37-6.00. In the boys meet, Jared Ammon won the 400 meters in 50.62, Nate Hanson the 110 meter hurdles in 14:99 and Ryan Goldhammer the high jump with a leap of 6-2.
• The baseball team lost six of its last eight games prior to early week games against ThunderRidge and Highlands Ranch. The Mustangs, with a last-place team batting average of .284 and a league-worst 43 errors and .881 field percentage, play Rock Canyon on April 27, face Legend on April 30 and end the regular Continental League season May 2 against Douglas County.
• The lacrosse team wraps up the regular season with games May 1 at Thompson Valley and May 4 at Evergreen. The Mustangs will be out to end a two-game losing streak against Thompson Valley and it will be the first meeting with Evergreen.
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