Arapahoe • The girls cross country and field hockey teams won Les Schwab Academic awards for the fall season. The cross country team had a 3.9 grade point average and the field hockey team a 3.7 …
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• The girls cross country and field hockey teams won Les Schwab Academic awards for the fall season. The cross country team had a 3.9 grade point average and the field hockey team a 3.7 GPA.
• The boys soccer team, seeded eighth in the Class 5A playoffs, moved into the second round after defeating No. 25 Castle View, 3-0, on Oct. 25. Cameron Gail, Zander Hahn and Adam Hangland scored first-half goals and keeper Spencer Cobb made seven saves to preserve the shutout. The Warriors (13-1-2) played ninth seeded Arvada West (13-3-0) in an Oct. 31 second-round contest.
• The football team defeated Overland, 44-7, on Oct. 26 and was seeded 13 for a first-round 5A state playoff game. The Warriors (5-5) will host No. 20 Lakewood (3-7) on Nov. 2. The winner will move on to face fourth-seeded Eaglecrest on Nov. 10.
• The boys soccer team faced Centennial League rival Cherokee Trail on Oct. 31 in the second-round match in the Class 5A playoffs. The Bruins (7-8-1) were seeded 22nd but upset No. 11 Ralston Valley, 2-1 in overtime in a first-round game on Oct. 25.
• Grandview handed the Bruins football team its first loss of the season on Oct. 26 with a 28-21 double overtime setback. Cherry Creek (9-1) was seeded third for the 5A state playoffs and drew a first-round bye. On Nov. 10, the team will play the winner of the opening-round game between No. 19 Fountain Fort Carson (5-5) and No. 14 Castle View (7-3).
• The field hockey team also suffered its first loss of the season and it came in the state championship game on Oct. 25. Regis Jesuit downed the Bruins 2-1, in overtime. The team ended the season with a 16-1-1 record.
• The football team ended its season with a 7-2 record after a 42-0 romp over Ridge View Academy on Oct. 26. The seven wins were the most since the 2010 season when the Pirates went 8-3.
• The volleyball team went 2-2 on Oct. 27 in the Manitou Springs tournament. The Pirates tied Weld Central for the 4A/3A Colorado 7 League title and ended the regular season with a 19-4 record. The 19 wins are the most in at least 12 seasons.
• The football team had 434 yards of total offense in a 30-6 win over Gateway on Oct. 26. The Eagles (8-1, 3-1) host 4A Metro League leading Ponderosa (7-2, 4-0) in a Nov. 2 game at Littleton Public Schools Stadium in the final league contest of the season.
• The boys cross country team was third in the Class 5A state championships held Oct. 27. Senior Ian Kelly was seventh in the individual standings with a time of 16:14.5. Cory Kennedy was 13th, Tyler Watkins 33rd, Michael Beck 49th and Austin Plunkert 68th.
• The boys soccer team, seeded 30th in the Class 4A state playoffs, was eliminated in a first-round game on Oct. 24 after a 2-0 setback to No. 3-seed Denver North. The Lions finished the campaign with an 8-7-1 record, which marked the sixth straight season with a winning record.
• The football team wraps up the season Nov. 1 at Littleton Public Schools Stadium with a game against Lewis-Palmer.
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