Roundup: Sports luncheon set for Friday

Jim Benton
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The National Girls and Women in Sports luncheon will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at Chaparral High School.

There will be 135 girls from Douglas County middle schools and high schools who will be honored at the luncheon.

The event is hosted by the Douglas County Educational Foundation and Douglas County School District to recognize young women who exhibit outstanding athletic accomplishments and character in the Douglas County schools.

ROUGH SCHEDULE - Mountain Vista’s hockey teams played four games in four nights, winning twice and losing two contests.

The Golden Eagles (6-2-0 in the Peak Conference and 9-3-0 overall) had an abbreviated roster of 12 players for three of the games because several players were missing because they were playing on club teams in Canada.

“We were tired halfway through the third game and it caught up with us,” said Mountain Vista coach Lev Cohen.

Five different players scored in a 5-1 conquest of Pine Creek while Tanner Gillis and Devin Jarvis each had two goals in the 5-0 shutout of Rampart.

Dalton Horne tallied two goals in a 6-3 setback to Fountain Valley and Evan Hunchar scored a hat trick in a 6-4 loss to Air Academy.

VALOR CHRISTIAN TIES - Cody Letsinger and Ben Joseph scored in Valor Christian 2-2 tie against Lewis Palmer. The Eagles are 3-2-1 in conference play and 6-3-1 overall.

VALOR INVITATIONAL - ThunderRidge’s Annie Ochitwa won the 200 freestyle (1:59.97) and 100 breaststroke (1:08.59) at the Valor Invitational Swim Meet.

Rock Canyon freshman Madeline Lacy captured the 100 butterfly (59.00) and the Jaguars’ Nicole Cassou was the winner of the 500 freestyle (5:19.12).

SMOKY HILL INVITATIONAL -Chaparral won the Smoky Hill Invitational swim meet with 500 points. Heritage was second and Mountain Vista third.

Taila Colalancia of Chaparral captured the 100 butterfly (1:00.03), Legend’s Lauren Moden was first in the 500 freestyle (24.73) finals, Chaparral’s Makenna Wilson notched the win in the 200 individual medley (2:15.35) and Heritage’s Mary Hinton won both the 200 freestyle (1:56.54) and 500 freestyle (5:08.69).

Chaparral won all three relay events.