PARKER -- Legacy went to fifth-rated Legend High School Sept. 23 and knocked off the Titans 38-24 Sept. 23.
Legacy beat Prairie View 25-11, 25-6, 25-11 in Broomfield …
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The Lightning came up just short in its Sept. 22 match against Boulder. The Panthers won it 3-2 in Thornton. Milo Toutenfoofd, Olilver Tewsbury and Logan Sims scored the Panthers' goals. No stats were available for the Lightning, which lost its first game of the season.
Legacy High School beat Silver Creek 4-2 in Longmont.
Cooper Stephens, Tristan Maurek, Lucas Montera and Tate Hansen scoerd the Lightning's goals. Goalkeeper Wesley Hmpelman made four saves in 71 minutes of play. LHS' second goalie of the game, Hudson Roster, made two saves in nine minutes.
No stats were available for the Raptors.
Legacy beat Prairie View 25-11, 25-6, 25-11 in Broomfield Sept. 22. Alexa Urbina led the Lightning with 11 kills. Taryn McGongigle added eight, and Alynna Haggadone had six.
No stats were available for the ThunderHawks.
LHS also shut out Loveland 25-15, 25-11, 25-16 on the Lightning's floor Sept. 20. Olivia Williuams and Sienna Thatcher had four kills for the Red Wolves. Urbina led the Lightning with 10 kills. Haggadone added eight.
Legacy beat Loveland 14-3 in Broomfield Sept. 22. No stats were available for the Lightning. Madi Eslinger had two hits and an RBI for Loveland.
LHS also beat Poudre 8-4 in Fort Collins Sept. 20. Isabel Salton had a base hit and an RBI for the Impalas. Brookoe Moore and Greer Skelton had RBIs. No stats were available for the Lightning.
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