Warriors athletes pick up winter All-League honors The Arapahoe High School boys basketball team, under the leadership of senior captains Tim …
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Warriors athletes pick up winter All-League honors
The Arapahoe High School boys basketball team, under the
leadership of senior captains Tim Billingsley, Dan Eigner and Ky
Kocur, fought their way through the Class 5A state playoffs to the
Great 8 round before losing to defending champion Regis. Head coach
Dan Snyder mentored the Warriors to 22-4 record and were the 2010
Centennial League Champions.
Arapahoe boys hoops recently received All-Centennial League
honors including first-team nods to Billingsley, junior Parker
Semin and second-team honors to Eigner. From the Warriors girls
hoops team, senior Lara McDougald and freshman Mary Cavanaugh
received All-Centennial second-team honors.
In Centennial wrestling, Arapahoe’s sophomore Jacob Sphatt,
senior Tyler Wharry and junior Jeff Rice each received second-team
All-League accolades as well.
Zoom Track Club to hold tryouts
Zoom Track Club announced tryouts for its South Metro
Denver-based USA Track and Field Junior Olympic team. An
informational meeting will be 7 p.m. Mar. 19 at the Lone Tree Civic
Center at 8527 Lone Tree Parkway. Tryouts will be for youth
athletes from Age 8 and up to those in the eighth grade. They will
be 6 p.m. Apr. 9 at Rock Canyon High School in Highlands Ranch.
Tryouts for high school athlete will be 4 p.m. Apr. 11.
For more information, contact Zoom coach Connie Williams at
303-925-1853 or through the team’s Web site at www.zoomtrackclub.org.
Parker Phenomena swim shines at 2010 Colorado State
Jake Holtzmann of the Parker Phenomena Swim Club competed with
other team members at the Colorado Short Course State Championships
March 5-7 in Fort Collins. Holtzmann became the Colorado state
champion for 11-12 year old boys in three events, the 200-yard
butterfly, the 200-yard backstroke and the 100-yard backstroke.
Holtzmann’s 100 back time was 58.96 seconds. It was the third
fastest time swam in Colorado history by a 12-under swimmer. He
also finished second in the 50 back, third in the 500 free third in
the 100 fly.
On March 7, Holtzmann swam with teammates Keegan Sotobeer, Eli
Hemming and Max Bennett in the 14-under 400 freestyle relay, and
together they finished 10th in the state.
The Parker Phenomena Swim Team trains at the Parker Recreation
Center under the direction of coaches Sheli Hemming, Warren Ross,
Deb Mathias and Amanda Skinner.
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