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Junior Morgan Smith continued her excellent season with a 5th place finish in the 100 Meters (13.18) and a 4th place finish in the 200 Meters (27.40). Kira Hines-Ike finished 6th overall in the 400 Meters with a personal best time of 1:04.69. Rachel Siekmeier finished 4th in the 300 Hurdles (52.95) and 6th in the 100 Hurdles (19.07). In the field, Natalie Shoendaller had two excellent performances. She finished 2nd in both the Shot Put (33-03.5) and the Discus (109-06). The boys had several strong performances as well. In the 3200 Meters, Ben Mahoney led the way with a 4th place finish in 10:55. He was followed closely by his brothers Lee (5th place, 10:58) and Jay (7th place 11:11). Tomas Ornelas ran an excellent 400 Meters finishing 3rd in 52.29. Vasko Yorgov finished 2nd in the 300 Hurdles (43.17). Finally, Heritage had two individual champions. Niko Norman won the 110 Hurdles with a time of 16.37. The 3200 Relay team of Richard Weigang, Chris Pohs, Amitav Rahman, and Kevin Ramm won a close battle against Fort Collins with a time of 8:55.09. more
Amber Gustason led with 12 Points. 10 Rebounds. 2 steals and 2 blocks. Chloe Tanner had 4 steals, Angela Kirylo had 4 points, 5 rebounds and 1 block. Jessie Hiatt had 2 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals more
Kayla Hill was the catalyst for turning the slow start until a near comeback. She brought the Grizzlies back from a very hard-fought match. more
The defensive line, Captain Katie Desch, Alexis Chamness, EE Enos, and Captain Brittany Jones led the way with a solid effort that led to many of the goals. Madi Keith was outstanding at Striker and had a hat-trick to lead all scorers. Kaley Tucker and Sanela Hodzic were extremely dangerous on the edge, playing left and right forward, respectively. more
Kaley Tucker, again was dominant in her play, creating much of the attack, with help from TR's leader, lead goal scorer, and assist leader Kayla Hill. more
A spritied effort from central back EE Enos and outside back and Captain Brittany Jones, the two helped to keep the spritis high for the tough match against Mountain Vista. more
It was the Jr Gentlemen of Aspen that came out victorious from a intensely fought battle at Willits Park. Despite the weather forecast predicting frigid temperatures at KO, the sun broke free from the dark clouds to set the stage for this thrilling encounter. The reigning D2 State Champions were not going to let go of that status very easily and the early exchanges were proof of that. Castle Rock were put under pressure and before long, the home side put points on the board with a penalty goal, 3 zip to The Gents. The Pirates fought their way back into the game, but unable to convert any of the sustained pressure into points. No change to the score at halftime. The second half saw Castle Rock up the tempo and they started to threaten the Aspen try line. Time and time again, The Pirates attacked the line but The Gents held firm with some valiant defense. Eventually, the pressure paid off and wing Kyle Chairenza dived over the line to score from close range, Pirates take the lead 5 to 3. Straight from the restart good work from Vinnie Martinelli, Zach Chaddick and Bennett Howland saw the visitors press forward again. The home sides relentless defense began to creak and another score from Castle Rock seemed imminent, but somehow The Gents held on. Eventually, The Pirates onslaught won them another penalty and this time, fly half Michael Kirby, elected to take the 3 points on offer with a well struck kick. The game looked safe at 8 points to 3. But it wasn't to be Castle Rock's day, with literally seconds on the clock, Gents outstanding scrum half, Matt Williams used his strength and guile to find a gap and score under the posts, the conversion was a formality and the scoreline read Jr Gents 10 Pirates 8. With that referee Brighton Khumalo blew the whistle to end the game. Castle Rock now take a well earned Spring Break and hope to bounce back on April 5th away to rivals Fort Collins. more
Chatfield senior Mason Brown, Nick Chamberlain, Sean O'Dell and Kyle Winkler combined for 12 of the 19 hits. more
Kate Englert (SR) 4 goals; 1 assist. Kienan Linhardt (JR) 4 goals; 1 assist. Alexis Linhardt (JR) 3 goals. Britt Klosterman (SR) 2 goals; 2 assists. Alexy DaHarb (SR) 2 goals; 1 assist. Katherine Steel (JR) 1 goal; 1 assist. Goalie Brooke Engel had 15 saves for a 71% save percentage. more
Front Range League Leaders - Place Individual Team Score 1 Sarah Hankins Legacy 70 2 Delaney Elliott Monarch 73 3 Jennifer Hankins Legacy 77 T4 Heather Kroll Horizon 79 Andrea Hoos Legacy 79 more
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