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

Posted 10/3/17

Chaparral

Junior 190-pound linebacker Issac Wilson has been the ringleader for the football team's defense. He has made 56 tackles in five games and 11 of those have been for loss of yardage. He …

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

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Chaparral

  • Junior 190-pound linebacker Issac Wilson has been the ringleader for the football team's defense. He has made 56 tackles in five games and 11 of those have been for loss of yardage. He has been credited with seven tackles for a minus 36 yards.
  • After starting the season with three losses in four matches, the young volleyball team has grown up quickly with eight straight victories. Only five of the 12 players listed on the roster are seniors.

Legend

  • The football team, 3-2 in non-league play, begins Mount Lincoln league play Oct. 6 against top-ranked Valor Christian. In previous meetings, the Titans are 0-6 against the Eagles and have been outscored 303-43.
  • The softball team took a .384 team batting average into its final two games of the regular season. The Titans had 187 hits and 71 of them were for extra bases with 19 homers, 43 doubles and nine triples.
  • Heading into two games the week of Oct. 2, the soccer team was unbeaten in seven games and survived three overtime matches with two wins and a tie.

Lutheran

  • The football team surrendered 17 points in the fourth quarter in a 41-19 football loss on Sept. 29 to Vista Peak Prep.
  • The volleyball, ranked sixth in the Class 3A poll, team had not lost a set in its previous four matches prior to an Oct. 4 meeting against Peak to Peak.

Ponderosa

  • The football team climbed into the top spot in the CHSAANow.com Class 4A rankings that were released Oct. 2. The team, which averaged 44.6 points a game in five non-league games, begins play in the Foothills League Oct. 5 against winless Liberty.
  • Senior Slade Walker is second in Continental League soccer statistics with 22 points and nine goals.
  • The Class 4A volleyball team faced a tough portion of the schedule, playing four of five matches against teams ranked among the top 10 Class 5A teams. And the fifth team, Chaparral, was tied for first place in the league.

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