On Campus: Parker

Posted 4/4/18

Chaparral • The girls lacrosse team is off to a 3-0 start and is led by senior Hannah Mill, who leads the Continental League in scoring with 24 points. She has tallied 11 goals and has 13 assists. …

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On Campus: Parker

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Chaparral

• The girls lacrosse team is off to a 3-0 start and is led by senior Hannah Mill, who leads the Continental League in scoring with 24 points. She has tallied 11 goals and has 13 assists. The Wolverines played Regis Jesuit on April 5 and had won three of the previous four games against the Raiders, including a 13-10 win last season.

• The baseball team, coming off a 9-5 loss to Fruita Monument on March 30, plays a non-league game against Dakota Ridge on April 6. Bryce Matthews continues to hit well and collected three hits against Fruita to raise his batting average to .500. Six of his 13 hits this season have gone for extra bases.

Legend

• Sophomore soccer player Madison Radke has verbally committed to play for Creighton University. She is tied for the team lead with three goals with Ashtyn Kirchner. The Titans had two matches postponed by weather last week and play three games in four days this week.

• The baseball team evened its record at 3-3 with an 8-2 victory over Grandview on March 31. Troy Lincavage went 2-for-4 and drove in three runs. The Titans stole five bases in the game, including three by Justin Boyd.

Lutheran

• Senior Maya Evans has the nation’s third-best long jump this season, according to MaxPreps with a jump of 19-2.75. Evans set three meet records March 31 at the Lyons Invite, winning the 100 meters in 12.28, the 200 in 25.13 and the long jump in 18-01.5. Lutheran’s girls finished second in the team standings behind Niwot, but the boys won the meet with 114 points. Donovan Simmons (shot put), Fischer Argosino (triple jump), Ethan Loper (200 meters) and Jared Ammon (400 meters) won individual boys championships.

• The baseball team, which lost four games on a spring vacation trip to Dodgertown in Vera Beach, Florida, defeated Colorado Academy 9-0 in the second game of a March 31 doubleheader behind the shutout pitching of seniors Tyler Eldred and Dan Gopsill. The Lions lost the first game to Colorado Academy, 3-2, in eight innings.

Ponderosa

• Bailey Koonce won the girls 1,600 race at the March 31 Highlands Ranch Showcase track meet with a time of 5:38.58.

• Sophomore Jazlynn Ellis leads the Continental League girls soccer statistics with 13 points. She has six goals. The Mustangs defeated SkyView Academy, 4-1, on March 31. Allison Conard led the way with two goals.

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