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

Posted 10/12/17

Chaparral

The football team has recorded three shutouts in its four wins this season. On Oct. 12, the Wolverines face Mountain Vista, a team they have beaten the past two seasons by a combined …

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

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Chaparral

  • The football team has recorded three shutouts in its four wins this season. On Oct. 12, the Wolverines face Mountain Vista, a team they have beaten the past two seasons by a combined score of 72-17, including one shutout.
  • Senior Adrienne Visintine led the Continental League regular season softball statistics in runs scored with 36 and a slugging percentage of 1.369.
  • The volleyball team, a game behind Highlands Ranch in the Continental League standings and tied with Mountain Vista for second place, faces the Golden Eagles on Oct. 17. The Wolverines have a 9-4 advantage in series between the schools and have won eight of the last 10 matches.

Legend

  • The softball team, which finished in a four-way, first-place tie in the Continental League, drew a No. 9 seed for the Class 5A regional playoffs. The Titans (12-7-0) will play No. 24 Fort Collins (10-9-0) in an opening game in the regional tournament on Oct. 14.
  • Coach Monte Thelen's football team will be looking for some revenge when the Titans travel to Fort Collins to play Poudre on Oct. 14. Legend lost 24-7 to the Impalas last season.
  • The soccer team, coming off a 3-2 loss to Regis Jesuit, was in first place in the Continental League with 6-1-1 league leading record heading into a bye week with no game scheduled until Oct. 17 against Ponderosa. However, Regis (5-1-1) plays twice before next week.

Lutheran

  • Walt Cade from A&E's Storage Wars will be featured at the 18th annual Lutheran High School Auction on Nov. 17.
  • Westin Pals carded a 76 in the Class 3A state golf tournament, which was trimmed to one day because of weather and the Lions wound up seventh in the team standings.
  • The volleyball team stretched its winning streak to 13 in a row and received one first place vote in the Oct. 9 CHSAANow.com 3A poll but was ranked fourth.

Ponderosa

  • The softball team, playing in the 5A Continental League, finished 8-10-1 but earned enough RPI points to get a No. 24 seed in the 4A regional state qualifying tournament and will play No. 19 Rifle (8-10-1) on Oct. 14.
  • Senior center Bridger Arvanetes has committed to play football next season at NAIA power Carroll (Montana) College.
  • John Fulton had rounds of 81 and 82 to tie for 26th place in the 3A state golf tournament held Oct. 2-3 and the Mustangs were eighth in the team standings.

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