On Campus: Highlands Ranch/Lone Tree

Posted 2/13/19

Highlands Ranch • The girls basketball team, top-ranked in the CHSAANow.com Class 5A poll, saw Jamie Bain score 13 points, while Autumn Watts and Kasey Neubert each added 12 in a 59-34 win over …

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On Campus: Highlands Ranch/Lone Tree

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Highlands Ranch

• The girls basketball team, top-ranked in the CHSAANow.com Class 5A poll, saw Jamie Bain score 13 points, while Autumn Watts and Kasey Neubert each added 12 in a 59-34 win over Ponderosa on Feb. 5. Payton Muma tossed in 17 points while Neubert and Kacy Horton each had 12 in a 75-27 victory over Castle View on Feb. 9.

• A big first half helped the boys basketball team post a 74-51 victory over Ponderosa on Feb. 5. Castle View downed the Falcons, 57-47 on Feb. 8.

• CHSAANow.com reported that the following athletes were among those signing letters of intent on Feb. 6: Braden Lowe, baseball, Colorado Mesa; Zach Medina, baseball, Colorado Christian; Stefan Rohacek, baseball, Lamar Community College; Kasey Neubert, basketball, Hawaii; Autumn Watts, basketball, New Mexico; Jamie Bain, basketball, Lindenwood; Melinda Beck, basketball, Bowdoin; Dylan Davis, lacrosse, Massachusetts; T.K. Hammond, lacrosse, DU; Alex Helbling, lacrosse, Richmond; Brody Rule, lacrosse, Bryant; Logan Naves, lacrosse, CSU Pueblo; Aimee Burton, swimming, New Mexico State; Kyriana Chambo, diving, Bryant; Danielle Roney, swimming, South Dakota; Elena Opp, track/xc, Colorado; Grant Bauer, track/xc, South Dakota Mines; Alex Helbing, soccer, Richmond; Hailey McGuire, soccer, Ohio Northern; Hanna Sexton, soccer, Dallas; Jill Borgerding, volleyball, West Chester; Austin Johnson, football, Colorado; Drake Nugent, football, Stanford; Dominic Bettini, football, Colorado Mesa; Lance Opp, football, CSU-Puelo; Kaden Smith, football, Hamline.

Mountain Vista

• Simon May had 20 points, Ben Grusing 19 and Rhys Pulling 13 in a 69-58 boys basketball win over Legend on Feb. 5. May and Corban Gamble each tallied 12 points but the state’s second-ranked team was outrebounded 36-19 and lost 60-53 to Regis Jesuit on Feb. 8.

• The girls basketball team was outscored by 14 points in the second quarter and wound up dropping a 40-36 game to Legend on Feb. 5. Sophomore Berit Brookfield led the team with 12 points. Regis Jesuit rolled to an 80-30 victory on Feb. 8 as sophomore Shantell Hafner led the Golden Eagles with 8 points.

• According to CHSAANow.com these athletes are among those who signed letters of intent on Feb. 6: Clayton Burke, baseball, Oregon; Sam Ireland, baseball, Minnesota; Grant Magill, baseball, Indiana State; Drew Stahl, baseball, Washington State; John Zakhem, baseball, Metro State; Andrew Hirsch, baseball, Arizona Christian; Matt Klein, baseball, Northeastern Junior College; Jake McFarlane, lacrosse, Cornell; Blaine Ware, lacrosse, Colorado Mesa; Matthew Potvin, lacrosse, Missouri Valley; Teagan Haberkorn, swimming, South Dakota; Parker Henry, swimming, San Diego; Annie Rourke, softball, Cedarville; Emilee Sloan, softball, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Hunter Elliott, track/xc, Colorado Colorado Springs; Taeya Schueppert, soccer, Arizona; Raegan Phillips, volleyball, Belmont (Tenn.); Shea Fuller, volleyball, Washington (St. Louis).

SkyView Academy

• A scoring surge in the third quarter helped the girls basketball team notch a 51-45 win over Prospect Ridge Academy on Feb. 4 as Hannah Dempsey scored 15 points. The team scored 37 points in the second half to pull away for a 67-36 victory over Manual on Feb. 8.

• The boys basketball team couldn’t contain the shooting of Prospect Ridge Academy, which shot 58 percent from the floor, and dropped a 55-48 game on Feb. 4. The team lost, 89-35, to Manual on Feb. 8.

• Hannah Dempsey signed a letter of intent on Feb. 6 to play soccer at Taylor (Indiana).

Rock Canyon

• Four players scored in double figures, led by Grant Figueroa’s 19 points, in a 74-66 victory over Douglas County on Feb. 5. Jaylen Eikenberg scored 19 points and Jalen Ashley 17 in a 54-50 victory over Legend on Feb. 8 despite getting outscored by eight points in the fourth quarter.

• The girls basketball team let an 8-point lead slip away in the fourth quarter in a 46-43 loss to Douglas County on Feb. 5. Makena Vetter scored 15 points to pace the Jaguars’ offense against County. Molly Mceowen led the team with seven points in a 31-29 setback to Legend on Feb. 8 but the team used a strong first half to turn back Strive Prep Smart Academy, 45-34, on Feb. 9.

• CHSAANow.com reported the following athletes were among those who signed letters of intent on Feb. 6: Cole Adams, baseball, Debuque; Cooper McNeily, lacrosse, Utah; Jackson Naylor, lacrosse, Canisius; Jack Thompson, lacrosse, DU; Susanna Markham, lacrosse, Colorado Colorado Springs; Laryssa Myers, lacrosse, Arkansas Tech; Hannah Lillard, swimming, Puget Sound; Randi Higashi, track/xc, Colorado Mines; Kenna Caldwell, soccer, Texas A&M; Emily Cottrell, soccer, Hawaii; Lauren Durbin, soccer, Florida; Grayson Lynch, soccer, Washington State; Danielle vonLembke, soccer, Colorado Mines; Zoe Jeske, soccer, St. Olaf; Kagan Giltinan, soccer, Saginaw Valley State; Alex Leitner, volleyball, Niagra; Abigail Leitner, volleyball, Pittsburgh; Macy Rushall, volleyball, East Stroudsburg; Adam Mullen, football, Sioux Falls; Collin Romero, football, Colorado Mines; Samuel Snider, football, Nebraska-Kearney; Brian Todd, football, Lindenwood.

ThunderRidge

• Austin Holt scored 16 points as the boys basketball team warmed up for its important game against top-ranked Chaparral with an easy 76-41 victory over Heritage on Feb. 5. The team fell behind early and couldn’t match the hot shooting of Chaparral in a 60-49 loss on Feb. 8.

• Heidi Haze had 12 points and 13 different players scored as the girls basketball team rolled to a 57-17 victory over Heritage on Feb. 5. On Feb. 8, the team edged Chaparral, 27-26.

• Among the athletes who signed letters of intent on Feb. 6 according to CHSAANow.com were: Jakob Porter, baseball, St. Thomas; Shaylah Devlin, lacrosse, American; Taylor Donaldson, lacrosse, Colorado Colorado Springs; Hallie Marker, lacrosse, Fort Lewis; Kaleigh Haworth, swimming, Illinois; Gretchen Wensuc, diving, Auburn; Amanda Hedges, softball, Northern Colorado; LeCaine Barker, softball, Cornell (Iowa); Anna Hart, track/xc, BYU; Brittan Ingalls, track/xc, Northern Michigan; Katelyn Barner, soccer, Wyoming; Bridgette Strobl, soccer, Northern Colorado; Molly Platt, soccer, Nebraska-Kearney; Ethan Frasier, football, Texas Tech; Spencer Lambert, football, BYU; Jordan Cutter, football, Minot State; Maxwell Nwokeukwu, football, Colorado Mines; Scott Ruckel, football, Colorado Mines; Ouincy Schoen, football, Black Hills State; Aiden Scott, football, Minot State; JT Snow, football, Minot State; Kaden Stewart, football, CSU-Pueblo.

Valor Christian

• Patrick Routzon and Colton Carlson each scored twice, while goalie Trey Hirschfield made 17 saves for the second-ranked hockey team, which blanked Castle View, 8-0, on Feb. 8.

• Freshman Raegan Beers had 24 points and 10 rebounds as the girls basketball team, slotted sixth in the CHSAANow.com poll, rolled to a 68-34 win over Arvada West on Feb. 8.

• The boys basketball team secured a 70-63 win over Arvada West on Feb. 8 with a strong fourth-quarter performance. Roger Rosengarten, a standout football player, scored 30 points and Cole Bott had 23 in the victory.

• CHSAANow.com reported the following athletes were among those who signed letters of intent on Feb. 6: Jake Welch, golf, Colorado Mines; Sara Nealy, basketball, Calvin College; Eric Pacheco, lacrosse, Loyola (Md,); Lance Tillman, lacrosse, North Carolina; Joseph Anderson, lacrosse, Embry-Riddle; Addy Tysdal, lacrosse, Navy; Gabriela Mastin, lacrosse, Gordon; Abbie Erickson, swimming, Louisville; Casey Fellows, swimming, Columbia; Lindsay Stenstrom, swimming, UCLA; Savannah Behabetz, softball, Incarnate Word; Joy Gerow, track/xc, Campbell; Destiny Grimes, track/xc, Northern Colorado; Anna Hall, track/xc, Georgia; Keely Jones, track/xc, Tulsa; Arria Minor, track/xc, Georgia; Emily Untermeyer, tennis, Colgate; Ryan Pierce, soccer, Point Loma Nazarene; Dalton Georgopulos, soccer, John Brown; Cori Dyke, soccer, Penn State; Coriana Dyke, soccer, Penn State; Mackenzie Egan, soccer, Boston College; Cameron McKinnell, soccer, Air Force; Bayli Waters, soccer, Friends; Ashley Larson, volleyball, Duquesne; Lily Thomason, volleyball, Auburn; Courtney Lane, volleyball, Central Oklahoma State; Joshia Davis, football, Colorado; Luke McCaffrey, football, Nebraska; Cian Quiroga, football, Colorado State; Ethan Zemla, football, Penn; Jackson Hoops, football, Chadron State; Darius Wayne, football, Nebraska Wesleyan.

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