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



  • The football team has won four straight games heading into a Mount Evans League game Oct. 20 against Rock Canyon. The Wolverines are 2-0 in the league and tied with Pomona. The defense has recorded 28 sacks in seven games this season, led by junior Issac Wilson with nine sacks.
  • Senior Haley Roberts leads the Continental League volleyball statistics with 41 aces and sophomore Julianna Walton is second with 56 blocks. The team, which was tied for second and a game out of first place prior to an Oct. 17 second-place showdown with Mountain Vista, plays Legend on Oct. 19.
  • Junior Caleb Ream was one of the leaders at the mile mark and came home in 16th place on Oct. 11 at the Continental League cross country championships. He was timed in 17:04.


  • It's been a defensive show so far this season for the football team as junior Caden Meis leads the Mount Lincoln league with 97 tackles, senior Tate Wildeman is tops with six sacks and junior Justin Boyd has a league-leading five interceptions.
  • The volleyball team, 6-1-1 in the Continental League, ends the regular season with an Oct. 19 game against ThunderRidge. The Titans went into the final week of the season holding onto second place prior to an Oct. 17 contest against Ponderosa.


  • Sophomore Andre Norman put on a show for the football team in a 51-17 loss to Evergreen on Oct. 13. He caught 15 passes for 283 yards and two touchdowns. He leads the 3A West Metro League with 851 receiving yards for an average of 18.1 yards per reception and 121.6 yards per game.
  • Coach Alicia Oates' volleyball team has won 12 straight matches after 14 games this season and sophomore Payton Brgoch has played a key role. She leads the 3A Metro League with a .457 hitting percentage.


  • The unbeaten football team, top-ranked in Class 4A, travels to Grand Junction Central for its third 4A Foothills League game of the season on Oct. 20. In the Mustangs' first two league games, they have won by a combined score of 108-0.
  • Senior tennis player Ryan Neale defeated Javier Valenzuela of Mountain Range 6-2, 6-1 on Oct. 14 to take third place in No. 1 singles at the Class 5A state tennis tournament.
  • The softball team scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to edge Pueblo East, 9-8, on Oct. 14 at the Region 2 tournament and earned a place in the 4A state tournament bracket. The Mustangs (10-11-1) were seeded 16th and will play No. 1 seed and three-time defending champion Valor Christian on Oct. 20.


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