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• The boys basketball team needs to win its final four games to avoid having the fewest wins in the past 13 seasons. The Warriors were 4-15 after games of Feb. 3. The 2014-15 team compiled a 7-17, mark which was the fewest victories since MaxPreps started compiling records in the 2005-06 season.

• The girls swimming team, led by league champion diver Franny Cable and senior Delaney Smith, who won two individual events, finished second on Feb. 3 in the Centennial League A championships.

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• Hockey coach Jeff Mielnicki learned that Adams County Deputy Heath Gumm, who was killed Jan. 24, was a hockey defenseman for the Fighting Nemos co-ed adult hockey team. Mielnicki is president of the Cherry Creek Hockey Association and the association donated $500 to the Gumm family. Gate receipts from the Jan. 27 Creek-Ralston Valley game plus donations were also given to the family.

• Ella Drury won two individual events and swam a leg on the winning 200-meter relay team as the girls swim/dive team won the Centennial League A championship on Feb. 3. She had a first-place time of 24.62 in the 50 freestyle and captured the 100 breaststroke in 1:05.23.

• The girls basketball team, one game behind league-leading Grandview in the Centennial League, will be seeking to reverse a losing trend when the teams meet Feb. 14 at Creek. The Bruins have lost the past six games played against Grandview and 13 of the last 16 contests. Grandview notched a 71-61 win this season on Jan. 20.


The wrestling team had three podium finishers at the Colorado 7 League wrestling tournament on Feb. 3. Dwight Anderson was the runner-up at 195 pounds, while 126-pounder Jaheim Young and Ricardo Chinas at 182 pounds finished sixth.


• It was a good statistical day for the hockey team in the 8-0 win over Cheyenne Mountain on Feb. 3. Jakob Boos had a hat trick and an assist, Matt More scored a goal and was credited with four assists for five points and goalie James Purse had 22 saves in the win. After the games on Feb. 3, Heritage remains two points behind Aspen in the Peak Conference title chase but the Eagles have a game in hand. Heritage, unbeaten in the past 12 games, and Aspen meet Feb. 10 at the Ice Ranch. The teams tied 2-2 on Jan. 19.

• The girls swimming team was second in the Continental League A swim/dive championships, which concluded Feb. 3. The Eagles finished with 470 teams points. Anna Shaw won the 50 freestyle, Madison Mitchell the 100 breaststroke, Kylie Andrews the 200 IM, and the 400 freestyle relay team was also the league champion.


The girls basketball team won its third straight game by dealing Evergreen its first Jeffco 4A loss of the season on Feb. 3. The Lions trailed by 10 points heading into the fourth quarter but outscored Evergreen 27-12 in the final eight minutes to earn a 56-51 win. The victory was the first for the Lions in 10 games played between the schools.


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