Chaparral • Dorian Perret and Luc Lagasse each had two goals and three points in a 6-2 hockey win over Chatfield on Feb. 3. The first-year Wolverines are in third place in the Pinnacle Conference …
• Dorian Perret and Luc Lagasse each had two goals and three points in a 6-2 hockey win over Chatfield on Feb. 3. The first-year Wolverines are in third place in the Pinnacle Conference with a 9-4-1 record and are 11-4-1 overall. Chaparral plays Kent Denver on Feb. 9 and the Wolverines beat the Sun Devils 3-1 earlier this season. Chaparral and Chatfield meet again on Feb. 10.
• The boys basketball team, elevated to No. 1 in the Feb. 5 CHSAANow.com poll after knocking off previously top-ranked Rock Canyon on Feb. 2, is shooting 51 percent from the field as a team. The Wolverines played second-ranked ThunderRidge on Feb. 6 and host Parker rival Legend on Feb. 9. The Wolverines hold a 5-3 advantage over Legend in the rivalry.
The boys basketball team hopes to pick up the pace for its game Feb. 9 at rival Chaparral. The Titans rank 10th in the 11-team Continental League in scoring, averaging 53.8 points a game for 17 outings. Legend is last in rebounding with an average of 24.4 per game. Legend, however, stands 17th in the RPI rankings prior to games played Feb. 6.
• The boys basketball team lost four of its first six games but the Lions have rebounded and were the 3A Metro League leader heading into the Feb. 7 game against Kent Denver. And rebounding has been a key for the Lions, who lead the league, averaging 31.5 rebounds a game in 17-game statistics. The boys took a nine-game winning streak into the game against Kent Denver.
• The girls basketball team was also in first place and faced Kent Denver, which was also unbeaten in the league, in a Feb. 6 showdown. Haley Shaklee has been the leader, scoring 13.5 points a game and leading the league with 42 3-point baskets. The busy week for the girls includes a Feb. 8 game at Jefferson Academy and a Feb. 10 home contest against Colorado Academy.
• Athletic Director Tim Ottmann has been appointed the school’s interim principal, and former wrestling coach Corey McNeills, an assistant principal, is now working as the interim atheletic director.
• Connor Hawk, a 6-foot-6 senior, scored 36 points on Feb. 3 in a 67-60 non-league victory over Fort Morgan. The Mustangs host Regis Jesuit on Feb. 9 in a Continental League contest and it’s been 12 seasons since Ponderosa has beaten the Raiders. Regis holds an 11-1 edge in the overall series, with the Mustangs’ win coming on Jan. 31, 2006. The girls basketball team, which plays at Regis on Feb. 9, is 0-12 against the Raiders.