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BRIGHTON — Clear Creek’s boys cross country team tied John F. Kennedy for sixth place at the season-opening Horizon Invitational on Sept. 3 at Adams County Regional Park. Cheyenne Central …
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BRIGHTON — Clear Creek’s boys cross country team tied John F. Kennedy for sixth place at the season-opening Horizon Invitational on Sept. 3 at Adams County Regional Park.
Cheyenne Central and Lakewood shared top honors with 72 points, with Cheyenne East (98), Abraham Lincoln (126) and Brighton (213) wrapping up the top five. Clear Creek and JFK finished with 231 points.
Cheyenne Central’s Taylor Whitmore was the top medalist with a time of 13 minutes, 57 seconds in the 4,000-meter race. Clear Creek was led by Alexander Andrade’s 27th-place finish in 15:08.
Also finishing in the top 50 were Rowan Buldoc (31st, 15:17) and Bill Sshvetz (37th, 15:21).
Clear Creek’s girls placed 12th out of 16 schools with a score of 311. Cheyenne Central won the meet with 32 points, followed by Berthoud with 85 and Lakewood at 137. Cheyenne Central placed four runners in the top nine.
The top girl finisher was Christie Schiel of Cheyenne Central in 15:41. Leading Clear Creek was Krista Hatrick, who finished 18th in 17:57, and Teri Heffner, who placed 33rd in 18:41.
Clear Creek is scheduled to run at the Hawk Invitational on Sept. 10. The race is scheduled for a 3:15 p.m. start.
Green Mountain topples Golddiggers in four games
LAKEWOOD — Hannah Ikeler had 11 kills and Ashley Gulick added 27 assists as Green Mountain scored a 25-17, 25-13, 17-25, 25-15 victory over Clear Creek at the Regis Jesuit volleyball tournament at the Gold Crown Fieldhouse on Sept. 4.
Clear Creek’s third-game victory kept the match alive, but only temporarily.
Madison Featherstone added seven service aces for Green Mountain.
Clear Creek will play at the Denver School of Science and Technology on Sept. 9. Varsity match is scheduled for 6 p.m.
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