Castle View • The girls basketball team has won seven games in a row. The Sabercats, ranked seventh, hosted top-ranked Regis Jesuit Jan. 30 and then faces a Heritage team that is winless in the …
• The girls basketball team has won seven games in a row. The Sabercats, ranked seventh, hosted top-ranked Regis Jesuit Jan. 30 and then faces a Heritage team that is winless in the Continental League at home on Feb. 2.
• The wrestling team took a step toward winning its second consecutive Continental League dual meet championship with a 41-34 victory over Ponderosa on Jan. 25. On Jan. 27, Randy Myers won the 132-pound championship at the Mile High Classic wrestling tournament held at Thomas Jefferson High School.
• It didn’t take long for the hockey team to show how much they had improved since a 10-3 loss to Pueblo County on Dec. 9.
Nick Pedersen scored the first of his two goals only 32 seconds into the first period on Jan. 26 and the Sabercats went on to defeat the Hornets, 2-1, handing Pueblo County its first league loss of the season. Cameron Craig had two goals in a 4-3 win over Mullen on Jan. 27.
• Sophomore center Lillian Thomas leads the Continental League girls basketball statistics with an average of 9.9 rebounds a game.
• An alumni wrestling night was held Jan. 25 and the former Huskies got to see Douglas County win over Heritage.
• After starting the Continental League season with four losses, the boys basketball team won non-league games against Thornton and Westminster on Jan. 26 and 27 by a combined 59 points.
• Senior guard Sam Masten has scored 20 or more points in 13 of the 17 Jaguar games played this season. He is averaging 22.2 points per game, second in the Continental League. The Jaguars, top-ranked in the CHSAANow.com poll, face No. 3 Chaparral on Feb. 2 at Chaparral. The Wolverines leads the all-time series between the schools, 6-5, but Rock Canyon has won the past three games.
• Jason Barbosa has been named the new girls lacrosse coach.
• Three wrestlers took runner-up honors at the Mile High Classic wrestling tournament Jan. 27 at Thomas Jefferson High School. Payton Polson, at 160 pounds, 170-pounder Jake Welch and Easton Cecil at 220 pounds, finished second.
• The hockey team has won 11 consecutive games and has outscored opponents 82-9 during the streak. The Eagles, ranked third in the state and the Highlands Conference leader, plays second place Pueblo County this week on Feb. 3 at the Ice Ranch in Littleton.
• Valor’s boys basketball team, first in the Jeffco 4A league and No. 6 in the CHSAANow.com poll, meets No. 3 Golden on Feb. 2 at Golden. In the first meeting this season between the teams, the Eagles notched a 56-53 victory. The No. 7 girls basketball team also plays at No. 5 Golden on Feb. 2 and the Eagles also won the first game between the schools, 55-53.