Castle View • Lathan Olson’s short-handed goal with 36 seconds remaining in regulation time gave the hockey team a 4-3 win over Lewis-Palmer on Jan. 25. The team was outshot 36-9 and Cormac …
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• Lathan Olson’s short-handed goal with 36 seconds remaining in regulation time gave the hockey team a 4-3 win over Lewis-Palmer on Jan. 25. The team was outshot 36-9 and Cormac Gorman got the only goal in a 10-1 loss to Valor Christian on Jan. 26.
• The boys basketball team lost 54-38 to top-ranked Chaparral on Jan. 23 and fell, 66-55, to ThunderRidge on Jan. 25.
• The girls basketball team ended a five-game losing skid with a 45-38 victory over ThunderRidge on Jan. 25 for its first Continental League triumph of the season.
• The wrestling team was ninth in the Class 5A rankings released Jan. 24 by On The Mat. Randy Myers was ranked second at 138 pounds.
• Eric Rice, head football coach and physical education teacher at Fort Collins for the past 16 years, is the Huskies’ new head football coach. Rice, who has been an assistant coach at Santa Rose (California) High school, Green Mountain and New Mexico Highlands, guided the Lambkins to a 100-72 record in his tenure. He takes over a County program that has gone 14-36-0 the past five seasons.
• Brendan Temple scored 19 points and had 10 rebounds as the boys basketball team toppled Legend, 65-62, on Jan. 25.
• The girls basketball team saw its season losing streak stretch to eight games after a 44-26 setback to Legend on Jan. 25.
• Jared Cabunoc captured the 138-pound championship and Austin Kelchen was the 160-pound winner on Jan. 26 at the Brighton Varsity Invite wrestling tournament.
• The boys basketball team collected two Continental League wins with a 55-35 triumph over Ponderosa on Jan. 23 and a 51-41 victory over Heritage on Jan. 25. Senior Jaylen Eikenberg led the team with a combined 26 points, eight rebounds, 10 assists and seven steals in the two games. Grant Figueroa had 22 points and Nick Fallin 19 points in the pair of victories.
• After a 57-43 loss to Ponderosa on Jan. 23, the girls basketball team rebounded with a 46-22 win over Heritage on Jan. 25.
• Head volleyball coach Kaitlyn Hastings has decided to step away from her position after three seasons to attend to needs of her growing family. She guided the Eagles to a 71-15-0 record. The 2018 team won the 5A state championship and finished with a 27-2 record.
The girls basketball team, sixth in the CHSAANow.com Class 5A rankings released on Jan. 21, notched a 57-47 win over No. 8 Ralston Valley on Jan. 23 in an important Jeffco 5A contest as freshman Raegan Beers led the way with 21 points and 18 rebounds. Beers, the league’s scoring and rebounding leader, scored 19 points and had 11 rebounds in a 62-56 win over Lakewood on Jan. 25. The team got scoring contributions in the two wins of 23 points from Sydney Mckibbon and 22 from Jenna Siebert.
• Colton Carson had three goals and two assists and Mason Hoehn had a hat trick and four points in a 10-1 hockey win over Castle View on Jan. 26. The team, ranked second in the CHSAANow.com poll, lost 2-1 to third-ranked Cherry Creek on Jan. 25.
• The boys basketball team recovered from an 82-75 loss to Ralston Valley on Jan. 23 with an 86-49 win over Lakewood on Jan. 25. Amondo Miller and Micah Leslie each had 14 points.
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