ARVADA - Pomona’s dominance on the wrestling mat wasn’t overlooked, the Panthers had eight wrestlers make Jefferson County All-Conference first team and coach Sam Federico was chosen Coach of the Year.
The Panthers won the Class 5A state title with 125 points and had six wrestlers place, including Archie Colgan — who won state at 160 pounds.
Also making the first team from Pomona was Tomas Gutierrez (106), Travis Torres (113), Josh Rosales (120), Lucas Vagher (126), Austin Marvel (138), Matthew Seifert (145) and Mitch Chism (285).
Raymond Robledo (132), Ethan Wright (152), Zachary Gomez (170) and Ramon Yslas (182) all made Jeffco’s All-Conference second team.
Standley Lake’s girls soccer team rolled to a 10-0 win over Northglenn in its season opener on March 8.
Emily Ashmore led the way with three goals and three assists, while Andra Thaden and Shaley McBain each had two goals.
Also scoring for the Gators were Taylor McRae, Courtney Rouse and Morgan Rubendall.
Skyview girls soccer team had six different players score as the Wolverines topped Jefferson 10-0 in the season opener.
Jazmyne Escobar had three goals and four assists in the win, while both Samantha Garcia and Brenda Vasquez each had two.
Also scoring goals for Skyvew were Amanda Carpio, Andrea Lucero and Monica Mondragon.
The Horizon baseball team started the season on March 7 at the Bill Fanning Memorial Classic in Grand Junction.
The Hawks beat Grand Junction (Central) 4-2 in their season opener and then lost 12-4 to Fruita Monument.
Legacy’s girls soccer team won its season opener on March 7, beating Legend 3-1.
Kelsey Killean, Lauren Cook and Michaela Vadeboncoeur all scored for the Lightning.
Alexa Swenson and Sofia Garcia each scored goals for Mountain Range to help the Mustangs top Northglenn 2-0 in their season opener.
Swenson and Vanessa Gallegos were each rewarded with an assist in the game.