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• The girls soccer team faces a key Continental League contest against Mountain Vista on April 26. As of April 23, Castle View was 4-1-2 and Vista was 5-2-0. In the past 10 seasons, the Sabercats are 1-11-1 against Vista, but ended a 12-game winless streak with a 1-0 win last March.
• The baseball team has three home games this week. Over the past three seasons, the Sabercats have gone 9-7 in home games.
• James Steinke scored four goals as the boys lacrosse team defeated crosstown rival Douglas County, 8-5, on April 20. It marked the eighth consecutive victory for the Sabercats over the Huskies.
The baseball team is still in contention in the Continental League baseball chase and could scramble the standings since the Huskies still have to play Heritage and Mountain Vista, the two teams ahead of them in the standings. Senior AJ Osborn has a 1.210 slugging percentage to lead the league. Six of his nine hits in 13 games have gone for extra bases.
• Senior Tameryn Coryell won the pole vault event April 21 on a cold, snowy day at the Dakota Ridge Invitational with an effort of 10-06.
• The baseball team hosts Ponderosa on April 27 in a Continental League game. The Jaguars have won four of the past five games against the Mustangs but lost 11-8 last season.
• The Continental League leading girls soccer team plays against a Highlands Ranch team on April 26 that is seeking to gain RPI points. The Jaguars hold a 7-1 series edge against the Falcons dating back to 2009 and have won the past six games — all by shutout. Highlands Ranch as of April 23 was 31st in the RPI standings and the top 32 teams are considered for post-season playoff berths.
• The girls track team was second in the team standings at the April 19 4A Jeffco Relays. Individual winners included Joy Gerow (discus), Hailey Rice (triple jump), Sadie McMullen (long jump) and Lizzie Waters (pole vault). The girls won five relay events and set two meet records. The shuttle hurdle team of Destiny Grimes, Waters, Maddy Ortman and Anna Hall set a record of 1:01.06 which puts them in the top 10 nationally. The 4x300 team of Camille Peisner, Grimes, Waters and Bianca Lopez set a new standard of 2:51.20.
• The Jeffco 4A League baseball tournament begins April 28 after the Eagles completed the regular season with early-week games against Littleton and Wheat Ridge. The two-time defending 4A state champions were 10-2 and seeking to record their third consecutive 20-win season.
• The girls soccer team took on Class 5A top-ranked Grandview two days before facing Jeffco 4A rival Golden on April 25. Seniors Alexandra Daws and Nicole Wright lead the Eagles with 14 and 13 points, respectively.
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