Castle View • Cormac Gorman had a pair of goals and three assists while Kyle Mcentee scored twice and added an assist in a 7-5 hockey loss to Pine Creek on Feb. 7. • The girls basketball team saw …
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• Cormac Gorman had a pair of goals and three assists while Kyle Mcentee scored twice and added an assist in a 7-5 hockey loss to Pine Creek on Feb. 7.
• The girls basketball team saw its three-game win streak snapped by two of the state’s best teams. The Sabercats were dealt a 59-35 loss to Regis Jesuit, ranked second in the CHSAANow.com poll, on Feb. 5, and a 75-27 setback to top-ranked Highlands Ranch on Feb. 8.
• The following athletes signed letters of intent on Feb. 6 according to CHSAANow.com: Madison Hema, basketball, Washburn; Marcus Trujillo, lacrosse, Hobart; Haley Steinke, soccer, Missouri; Tiernan Freiberger, soccer, Southern Oregon; Andrew Grout, football, Drake; Cole Oster, football, Montana State; Ryan Joas, football, Presentation College; Landon Williams, football, Garden City Community College.
• The girls basketball team got back on the winning track after a 10-game losing streak with a 46-43 win over Rock Canyon on Feb. 5 and a 44-37 victory over Heritage on Feb. 8. Freshman Isabella Newbold scored 13 points in the Rock Canyon win and sophomore Hannah Saunders led the team with 20 points in the victory over Heritage.
• TJ Boykins had 22 points and six assists as the boys basketball team downed Heritage 66-60 on Feb. 8.
• The school reported that the following athletes signed letters of intent on Feb. 6: Savannah Mares, volleyball, Dakota State; Aidan Bean, golf, Bethany; Alley Kim, softball, Tyler Junior College; Savanna Reiners, softball, Tyler Junior College; Abby Stallcup, softball, Dennison; Noah Johnson, soccer, Colorado College; Murphy Gienger, baseball, Mesa Community College; Koltyn Leitzinger, soccer, York College; Thomas Hoy, soccer, Colorado Mesa; Zach Johnson, football, Colorado Mesa.
• 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.
• The girls basketball team let an eight-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.
• 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 scored 30 points and Cole Bott had 23.
• 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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