Pomona has beaten Valor Christian in each of the last two regular season matchups but came up short to the Eagles in the last two state championship games. Their fifth meeting in the past two years is set for Friday. By the time you read this sentence, Doherty may have scored. Again. The Spartans, now 3-0, rank first in Class 5A total points (173 points). The next-best big-school team is Poudre, which has 159 points and the Impalas have played a fourth game.
Many eyes will be on the top five clash between Eaglecrest and Grandview, but Lakewood can move to 3-0 by beating Hinkley this week. But the T-Birds (1-1) are coming off their first win since 2015. PHOTO PROVIDED BY LANCE WENDT/LANCEWENDT.COM These are more like the Grandview Wolves Colorado has known. A year ago, the Aurorans had lots of returnees on offense, including Class 5A’s leading rusher, as well as the same signal-caller. Unusual? You bet.
Marissa Sanchez twirled a no-hitter on Wednesday as Mullen also moved on attaining two other firsts. The Mustangs climbed above .500 for the first time this season as well as won back-to-back games after following a pattern of losing one, winning one, etc. With a 10-0 decision of Lakewood’s Green Mountain in nonleague at home, Mullen jumped to 5-4 and Sanchez, a right-hander, was sharp – she walked three Rams and struck out six of them. Sanchez only faced 18 batters.
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