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.
RADER, JIMENEZ LEAD RED SQUAD
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.
ASMUS, LOPEZ MAKES FIRST TEAM
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.
WOLVERINES CONTINUE TO DOMINATE:
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.
GATORS STAY PERFECT
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.
MUSTANGS TOP SPARTANS
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.