Roundup: Malacarne plays in All-Star game


ARVADA — Skyview senior Laura Malacarne participated in the Colorado Coaches of Class 4A Girls Sports All-State game March 24 at Arvada West High School.

Malacarne played for the Blue squad, which won 85-58. She had three points in the victory.

Malacarne also was chosen to the Colorado 7 all-conference first-team. She averaged six point a game for the Wolverines and led the team with six boards a game. She played all four years on the varsity squad for the Wolverines, who won 41 games over that stretch. She also has a 3.4 GPA.

She was also voted by Colorado High School Coaches Associations to play in the 57th girls basketball All-State game this summer in Alamosa.


The Horizon senior duo of Gabby Jimenez and Kaylie Rader led the Red squad to a 91-59 win in 5A Girls Sports All-State game.

Rader scored a game-best 28 points, while Jimenez had 10.


Standley Lake’s Marcus Asmus and Haley Lopez were chosen to the Jefferson County League first-team all-conference team.

Asmus, who is a junior, led the Gators with 19.1 points and 12 boards a game. He finished the regular season, scoring a career-best 39 points and 21 rebounds.

Lopez, who is a senior, led the Standley Lake’s girls squad with 11.5 points and a team-high 19 three-pointers.

Sara Shileny and Casey Torbet were honorable mention for the Standley Lake girls, while Dylan Critchfield and Connor Durant were honorable mentions for the Gators’ boys.


Skyview girls’ soccer team continued its dominating way on Mar. 21, beating Fort Lupton 10-0.

The Wolverines scored six goals in the first half and four in the second.

With the win, Skyview improved to 4-0 overall and 1-0 in the Colorado 7 League. The Wolverines have now outscored their opponents 40-0.


Senior Alec Jarhman went 3 for 4 and had three RBIs to help the Gators beat Temple City (Calif.) 14-5 on Mar. 21.

Junior Matt Fujinami scored four runs in the win and had two steals, while Dylan Sherry earned the win on the mound.

Standley Lake improved to 4-0 overall.


Mountain Range girls’ tennis team improved to 2-2 on the season, after beating Greeley West 6-1 on Mar. 21.

The Mustangs swept all four doubles matches and got wins from No. 1 singles Katie Kirby and No. 2 singles Kristen Kirby.

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