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After not having allowed a goal in its previous four playoff games, Arapahoe gave up two in the first half of the Class 5A state championship game against Mountain Vista. The Warriors couldn't recover, falling 3-1 to Vista on May 24 at Dick's … more
Mountain Vista and Arapahoe, two schools with state playoff history, advanced to face each other for the Class 5A state girls soccer championship. The game, which was played after Colorado Community Media’s press deadline, was set for 7:30 p.m. … more
The field narrows as area girls soccer teams head into Class 5A quarterfinal games scheduled for May 17. 5A semifinal matches will be played May 20, with the state finals set for 7:30 p.m. May 24 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce … more
The 27-seeded Heritage Eagles entered the second-round game of the Class 5A state girls soccer tournament on May 12 looking to keep up the string of defeating higher-seeded teams as they faced 11-seeded Legacy in a game played in North Stadium in … more
Arapahoe’s Sydney Maxson provided both the offensive and defensive punch as the Warriors earned a 1-0 second-round girls soccer playoff win over ThunderRidge on May 12 afternoon at Shea Stadium. Maxson scored on an odd-angled free kick in the … more
Mallory Pugh made one decision but still faces another choice. Pugh, the 18-year-old Mountain Vista graduate and member of the U.S. women's Olympic soccer team, announced she is leaving UCLA to pursue professional soccer opportunities. The … more
It was by no means a blowout, but that depends on how the Centennial League girls soccer showdown between Arapahoe and Cherry Creek is analyzed. With a strong wind gusting for the April 13 match at the Stutler Bowl, the Bruins were shooting and … more
Against George Washington on March 17, the Englewood girls soccer team quickly discovered the Patriots had an aggressive offense that repeatedly pressed the attack. Englewood did a good job stopping many of the attacks, but George Washington won, … more
Littleton soccer coach Terry Banfield believes that to beat the best teams you have to play the best teams. So the Lions, a Class 4A team, are facing a rugged non-league schedule, which opened March 9 with a 4-1 loss to 5A Chaparral at Echo Park … more
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