Legacy HS scoreboard Oct. 17

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State 5A tennis

DENVER -- It was a tough opening day for the six members of the Legacy High School tennis team who qualified for the state tournament at Gates Tennis Center.

Legacy's Rufus Thompson and Samuel Law fell 6-2, 6-4 to Regis' James Lynch and Aidran Sobolevsky in the first round at No. 1 doubles. Lynch and Sobolevsky lost in the semifinals, which elimimanted Thompson and Law from playback possibilities.

At No. 3 doubles, Legacy's David Johnson and Samuel Neuhalfen fall 6-4, 7-5 to Brian Kong and Mathis Joens of Lakewood. The Tigers' duo lost in the quarterfinals, so Johnson and Neuhalfen are out of the tournament.

At No. 3 singles, Valor Christian's Ryan Greenfield beat the Lightning's Alex Anthony 6-1, 6-4. But because Greenfield also won his quarterfinal match (against Fairview's Isaac Christensen), Anthony is still alive for a playback chance later in the tournament.

Noah Klein lost to Boulder's Jackson Lewis 6-2, 6-2 at No. 2 singles. Lewis lost in the quarterfinal round, which eliminated Klein from a playback chance.

Soccer

Legacy beat Mountain Range 9-1 in Westminster Oct. 14. Cooper Stephens scored four of Legacy's goals. Tristan Maurek, Jacob Scott, Parker Katz, Chase Sublette and Gavin Gartner also scored goals for the Lightning. Ryan Nun (one save, 60 minutes of play) and Wes Hempelman (four saves, 20 minutes) shared time in goal for Legacy.

Preston Smith scored the Mustangs' goal. Bryce McDonald (three saves) and Alex Gomez (four saves) split time in goal for Mountain Range.

Legacy wrapped up the week by shutting out Monarch 2-0 on Legacy's pitch Oct. 16. No stats were available for either team.

Volleyball

Legacy beat Loveland 25-17, 25-17, 25-19 in Loveland Oct. 14. No stats were available for either team.

Football

Legacy got past Rocky Mountain 14-6 in Broomfield Oct. 15. LHS quarterback Jadon Carter was 12-for-15 for 153 yards and one touchdown. Braelon Tate ran the ball ww times for 140 yards and scored a touchdown. Camdyn Johnson caught three passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.

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