Chaparral • The football team fell behind 24-0 at halftime in its Sept. 14 game against Lakewood and saw its record dip to 1-3 with a 38-14 loss. The Wolverines will try to rebound but have a tough …
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• The football team fell behind 24-0 at halftime in its Sept. 14 game against Lakewood and saw its record dip to 1-3 with a 38-14 loss. The Wolverines will try to rebound but have a tough assignment as they face top-ranked Cherry Creek on Sept. 20. Senior Dylan Smithwick rushed for 156 yards on 33 carries and scored a touchdown in the loss to Lakewood.
• The boys soccer team blanked Regis Jesuit, 4-0, on Sept. 13. Grey Lapiano and Logan Pilkington scored goals and Josh Morris scored on a penalty kick as freshman keeper Colton Henderson made 14 saves in the shutout.
• The volleyball team, top ranked according to the CHSAANow.com poll, defeated Ponderosa 3-0 on Sept. 11 and downed Mountain Vista, 3-1, on Sept. 13. Senior Kira Thomsen had 10 kills against Pondo while senior Ashley Stafford had 12 digs and junior Emma Ammerman was credited with 16 assists. Thomsen had 16 assists and 14 digs against Mountain Vista and freshman Katie Dalton had 28 assists.
• Junior Blake Rarog gained 131 of the team’s 136 rushing yards and he scored once in the football team’s 16-13 win over Emporia, Kansas, on Sept. 15. Avery Hoover had 12 total tackles and a pass interception. The Titans play Castle View on Sept. 21.
• Sophomore Noah Mullen and senior Sean Marek scored the goals as the soccer team won its third straight game with a 2-1 victory over Heritage on Sept. 15.
• The defending state 5A champion softball team stretched its winning streak to four games with a 13-2 romp over Mountain Vista on Sept. 14.
• Green Mountain handed the football team its third loss of the season with a 42-28 setback on Sept. 15. The Lions are allowing 38.3 points per game in their losses.
• The unbeaten volleyball team edged University, 3-2, on Sept. 13 as junior Payton Brgoch had 24 kills in the match.
• Nick Spykstra, John de Rezende and Christian Johnson scored goals as the soccer team battled to a 3-3 overtime tie with Faith Christian on Sept. 15. The Lions face SkyView Academy on Sept. 20 before embarking on a two-game road trip to Missouri on Sept. 21-22.
• After a week off, the football team has a Sept. 21 road game against Dakota Ridge. The Mustangs have a 3-1 overall record against the Eagles but lost 30-27 in the most recent game played in 2015.
• The boys soccer team lost to Legend, 2-1, on Sept. 13, which was the team’s fifth straight loss.
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