Chaparral • The hockey team was whistled for 46 minutes of penalties in a 6-2 loss to Valor Christian on Dec. 6. The teams played again on Dec. 8, with Valor getting a 2-1 win. Andrew O’Connor …
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• The hockey team was whistled for 46 minutes of penalties in a 6-2 loss to Valor Christian on Dec. 6. The teams played again on Dec. 8, with Valor getting a 2-1 win. Andrew O’Connor tallied a power play goal for Chaparral in the second period of the second game.
• The team finished second behind Mountain Vista in the jazz competition at the Dec. 8 State Spirit Championships at the Denver Coliseum.
• Kobe Sanders had 23 points and Bryce Matthews scored 16 as the boys basketball team defeated ThunderRidge, 58-44, in the final of the Tip-off Classic on Dec. 8.
• Mandy Fleetwood (50 freestyle), Allie Sanchez (100 backstroke) and Clara Brown (100 breaststroke) were individual winners as the girls swimming team downed Highlands Ranch, 345-218, in a dual meet Dec. 6.
• The boys basketball team recorded its third straight victory on Dec. 7 with a 51-44 win over Cherokee Trail.
• Senior Ella Bevia scored 19 points as the girls basketall team improved to 4-0 with a 74-55 win over Cherokee Trail on Dec. 8.
The girls basketball team was handed its first loss of the season in four games on Dec. 5 as Colorado Springs Christian topped the Lions, 52-40. Sophomore Stephanie Schultz was the high scorer for Lutheran with 11 points.
• In the 4A competition on Dec. 8 at the State Spirit Championships, the poms team came in a close second to Standley Lake, which edged the Mustangs 91.52-91.18.
• Mikee Barker scored 15 points but the boys basketball team lost 59-56 in overtime to Pueblo East on Dec. 8 in the championship game of the Pondo Invitational tournament.
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