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Boys soccer, girls volleyball, field hockey, gymnastics

Posted 4/20/21

Snowy weather forced a post season adjustment for boys soccer. The regular season was supposed to end on April 19 but was extended to April 21 and scheduling modifications were made for the playoffs. …

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sports roundup

Boys soccer, girls volleyball, field hockey, gymnastics

Posted

Snowy weather forced a post season adjustment for boys soccer.

The regular season was supposed to end on April 19 but was extended to April 21 and scheduling modifications were made for the playoffs. State playoff brackets were released on April 20 and Class 3A-5A first round games were either played April 21 or April 22.

Quarterfinal games in classes 2A-5A will be held on April 24 and semifinal matches will be played April 28. State championship games in all classes will be held May 1.

There were two automatic qualifiers from the Centennial, Continental and Jefferson County leagues which helped to make the 16-team playoff bracket which included four at-large teams.

The following are results of some sports action that took place between April 12 and 17.

Boys Soccer

Mullen 2, Cherry Creek 1 – Cyrus Gulati scored for the Bruins in a Centennial League semifinal tournament game on April 14. Grandview downed Arapahoe,1-0, in the other semifinal game.

Grandview 2, Mullen 0 – The Wolves won the Centennial League post-season tournament with an April 17 victory over the Mustangs.

Castle View 1, Legend 0 – Jack Pucciano tallied the overtime goal as the Sabercats remained unbeaten with an April 12 victory.

Rock Canyon 2, Highlands Ranch 1 – The Jaguars’ Brandon Halpin and Carter Pollock scored the goals in an overtime conquest over the Falcons on April 12. Rock Canyon handed Castle View its first loss of the season with a 1-0 victory in a match played on April 17.

Valor Christian 6, Dakota Ridge 0 – Junior Sean Fields scored twice in the Eagles victory on April 15.

Girls volleyball

Eaton 3, Lutheran 2 – The Lions dropped a 15-13 decision in the deciding fifth set and lost an April 12 match which pitted Eaton, ranked first in the CHSAANow.com poll, and second-ranked Lutheran. The Lions rebounded on April 15 with a 3-0 win over Colorado Academy as Brandy Schneider had 14 kills, Sabrina King 39 assists and Bella Vezzani 25 digs.

Legend 2, Chaparral 1 – Senior Rylie Kadel had a big game as the Titans, ranked ninth, toppled the third-ranked Wolverines on April 13. Kadel had 24 kills with a 1.000 hitting percentage, six blocks and seven digs. Peyton Dunn had 34 assists for Legend while Tiffany Little led Chap with 12 kills.

Castle View 2, Regis Jesuit 1 – Freshman Paityn Chapman was credited with 13 kills and sophomore Hannah Myhill added 33 assists in an April 14 win.

ThunderRidge 2, Highlands Ranch 0 – Lacy Beldon came up with 22 assists to help the Grizzlies down the Falcons on April 13. Dani Cranford led Highlands Ranch with 15 kills.

Cherry Creek 3, Mullen 0 – Sophomore Anna Van Wyk had 24 assists as the Bruins, ranked second in the CHSAANow.poll, polished off the Mustangs on April 13. Creek won its 11th straight match after a season-opening loss with a 3-0 win over Smoky Hill on April 14.

Field hockey

Cherry Creek 5, Kent Denver 1 – Tallulah Fuhs and Emily Sands each had two goals as the second-ranked Bruins downed the third-ranked Sun Devils on April 14. Isabella Assini and Alexandra Michelotti each had two goals in a 6-0 romp over Grandview on April 17. Fuhs had a goal to give her the scoring lead with 11 goals and one assist for 23 points in the Colorado Field Hockey League.

Gymnastics

Regional meets were held April 15-17.

Overland capture the regional title with 181.400 points at the Overland regional. Mountain Range garnered 179.025 points to win the Mountain Range regional. Elizabeth won the 4A title at the Arvada West regional with 179.550 points while Broomfield was crowned the 5A champion with 183.675 points.

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