There are only two teams representing Douglas County in the girls lacrosse high school state championship this season, one of which claimed the …
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There are only two teams representing Douglas County in the
girls lacrosse high school state championship this season, one of
which claimed the Continental League title.
After winning the Continental League title for the first time in
its history, the Chaparral-Ponderosa hybrid team entered the state
championship playoffs as the No. 7 seed. In the first round of
action, the Wolverstangs faced the Gryphons of Heritage-Littleton
high schools. With a 17-8 final, Chaparral defeated
Heritage-Littleton and advanced to the quarterfinals round.
Against the Gryphons, Kasey Griede and Abby Schweiss each
finished with four goals. Allie Henderson scored three times.
Madison DeWinter had two goals and one assisted. Kelly Wolf scored
one and assisted three. Caitlin Bidwell scored twice. Goaltender
Lauren Wells booked 23 saves.
Results from the quarterfinals were not available at press
The Grizzlies didn’t have the same luck in Round 1. ThunderRidge
entered the state tournament as the No. 13 seed and faced host
Columbine, the No. 4 seed. The Rebels ended the season for the
co-op team from T-Ridge after an 18-6 final.
Grizzlies highlights were not reported by press time.
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