High school boys lacrosse entered its final four portion of the 2009 state championship playoffs, while the race for the girls lacrosse title …
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High school boys lacrosse entered its final four portion of the
2009 state championship playoffs, while the race for the girls
lacrosse title whittled down to its final eight coming out of the
In the boys playoffs, No. 1-seeded Arapahoe defeated No. 19
Wheat Ridge 19-6 and No. 9 Chatfield in the quarterfinals 17-5.
Against the Farmers, the Warriors’ Ryan Parietti had six goals and
two assists, and Eric Law had three goals and one assist. Michael
Korsick, Brett Menter and Devin Pullara each sneaked two into the
In the win over Chatfield, Law had four goals and two assists.
Greg Colosimo had three goals and two assists. Parietti had 2-2.
Korsick had two goals, and Matt Lueders had a hat trick.
No. 8 seed Mountain Vista, after a bye from round 1, was beat by
Chatfield in the second round 7-5. No highlights were reported for
Vista in that game. The Golden Eagles finished the season with a
After a win in the first round over Columbine, Rock Canyon, the
No. 12 seed, played No. 5 Regis in Aurora. The Jaguars fell to the
Raiders 8-6. Austin Fisher had four assists and one goal for the
Jags. Kacy Carter had three goals. Parker Jackson had 1-2. Kevin
Ludolph also found the back of the net. Goaltender Daniel
Poindexter had 13 saves. Canyon ended its season with an 11-6
Heritage, the No. 4 seed, also had a bye from round 1. The
Eagles beat No. 13 Fairview 15-5 but lost to Regis in the
quarterfinals 8-6. Against the Raiders, Taylor Young and John
Hosack had three goals and one assist each for Heritage. Goalie Sam
Briner had 13 saves. The Eagles finished their season with a 13-2
Douglas County, the No. 10 seed, beat Denver East in the first
round to face No. 7 Fort Collins, but the Huskies saw the end of
their season with a loss to the Lambkins 9-3. The Huskies finished
the season with a 10-6 record. No highlights from the game against
Fort Collins was reported.
In the girls championship playoffs, after a stellar regular
season, No. 8-seeded ThunderRidge lost in the first round to Regis,
the No. 9 seed, 14-8. The Grizzlies’ Korinne Wanek had four goals
and two assists against the Raiders. Kylie Smith had two goals.
Adrianna Siefker had 14 saves in the T-Ridge cage. The Grizzlies
finished their season with a 14-2 record.
Last year’s state runner up Heritage-Littleton, as the No. 5
seed this season, beat No. 12 Centaurus in the first round 18-14.
They faced No. 4 Denver East in the quarterfinals.
No. 6-seeded Arapahoe also advanced to the second round after a
win over No. 11 Mullen. The Warriors’ Sammy MacCurdy had three
goals and three assists against the Mustangs. Stephanie Curtis and
Megan O’Donnell had four goals each. Stacey Birlson sneaked two in
The Chaparral-Ponderosa hybrid team saw the end of its season in
Lakewood after a 19-11 loss to the No. 7 seed Columbine. The No.
11-seeded Wolverines’ Chelsea Cyester had five goals and three
assists against the Rebels. Anna Schweiss and Shelby Hill had two
goals each. Chaparosa finished its season with a 9-7 record.
Results from all playoff games after May 11 were unavailable by
Boys lacrosseplayoff scores
Girls lacrosseplayoff scores
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