Creek-Heritage: early battle of 5A titans
The following is a look at marquee games this week in baseball, girls soccer and boys lacrosse as the spring season enters its second full week of action. (All rankings and records are current as of Monday.) innings to Mountain Vista on Friday and play at Regis Jesuit on Tuesday, so coach Marc Johnson’s
Esquad is sure to be ready for this nonconference battle with the Eagles, who have one of the best pitcher/position players in the state in junior right-hander/first baseman Riley Egloff. up to the likes of senior third baseman Austin Chouinard to catalyze a Raiders offense that graduated a ton of firepower from 2016. Coach Steve Falconi and the Mustangs routed No. 6 Mullen 12-1 on Saturday.
Eplayers have scored in four games so far for the Warriors, who need to maintain offensive balance as well as stout defense against coach Brian Todd and the Rebels, who are led by sophomore striker Tessa Barton and senior midfielder Amanda Porter. early, yet important, Front Range League battle — not to mention a district rivalry game — and the Lobos have already proved they’re among the state’s elite with their season-opening win over No. 10 Ralston Valley. Fort Collins has outstanding players such as junior midfielders Bailey Nemechek and Riley Dietrich. Plitnick and the Rebels host coach Eric Seelbach and the Tigers in a Jeffco League battle. Sophomore midfielders Jacob Brunner and Kegan Hufford are key to providing an offensive spark for Lakewood.