On Campus: News and notes from local high school sports programs

Posted 11/8/17

Arapahoe

The volleyball team lost 3-1 to Rocky Mountain and 3-0 to Ralston Valley in the Region 8 tournament on Nov. 4 and saw its season end with a 12-13 record. It was the first losing season …

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On Campus: News and notes from local high school sports programs

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Arapahoe

  • The volleyball team lost 3-1 to Rocky Mountain and 3-0 to Ralston Valley in the Region 8 tournament on Nov. 4 and saw its season end with a 12-13 record. It was the first losing season for the Warriors since the 2010 team compiled a 7-15 record.
  • Junior quarterback Kevin Lukasiewicz was the leading passer in the Mount Massive League with 2,033 yards and senior Jake Groth was the top receiver with 702 yards on 26 catches. Nathaniel Rapue was the league's top punter, averaging 39.4 yards per kick. The Warriors finished the season with a 45-0 romp over Smoky Hill on Nov. 4, which gave the team a 3-7 overall record.
  • The soccer team was eliminated from the 5A state playoffs after a 3-1 second round setback to Grand Junction on Nov. 1. The team ended the season with a 13-3-1 record, which marked the third consecutive season the Warriors finished with 13 victories.

Cherry Creek

  • The volleyball team won the Region 12 championship on Nov. 4 with 3-0 victories over Columbine and Highlands Ranch. The Bruins were seeded 12th for the Nov. 10-11 Class 5A state tournament and will be in Pool 1 against top-seeded Mountain Vista and No. 8 Rocky Mountain. Cherry Creek has a 23-2 record.
  • The two-time Mount Elbert League football champions open state playoff action on Nov. 10 with a game against Ralston Valley at the Stutler Bowl. Creek has compiled a 2-0 record against the Mustangs, with both previous wins coming in the state playoffs.
  • Sophomore Ian Elliott was the team's top goal scorer with 12 in nine games for the soccer team, which was eliminated from the state playoffs after a 4-1 loss to Broomfield on Nov. 1 in the second round. Creek concluded the season with a 10-7 record.

Heritage

  • The football team allowed 90 more points than it scored during the season and ended the season with a 2-8 record.
  • Former baseball coach Scott Hormann has kept busy with various endeavors and he sounds very professional as a radio broadcaster calling high school football games. Hormann retired from coaching baseball and Tyler Munro, who led Rock Canyon to the 2015 Class 5A state baseball championship, was hired as the new Eagles coach.

Littleton

  • The soccer team was ousted from the 4A state playoffs with a second round 4-1 loss on Nov. 4 to Centaurus. The Jefferson County 4A League champions ended the season with a 15-2-1 record.
  • Junior linebacker Josiah Trawick, who led the team with 69 tackles in eight games, will be one of the returning players to build around for the football team, which ended the season with a 2-8 record. The last year the football team had a winning record was a 6-4 mark in the 2009 season.

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