Sports Roundup: Hawks stay perfect
THORNTON - Dustin Rivas scored 19 points to help the Hawks top Northglenn 73-50 on Friday night.
The Hawks (3-0) forced the Norse into 25 turnovers and jumped out to a 24-11 lead in the first quarter.
Rivas and Josh Ralphs nailed three treys, while Jordan Radebaugh had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds for Northglenn.
Holy Family boys and girls basketball teams both beat Academy Tuesday night.
Four different players scored in double figures to help the boys win 72-46, and improve to 4-0.
David Sommers scored 14, while Devlin Granberg and Ryan Willis had 13 and Austin Brown chipped in 11.
The girls (4-2) outscored Academy 34-10 in the first half to seal the 55-25 victory.
The Mountain Range girls overcome a 7-point deficit to top Thornton 40-30 Friday to improve to 3-0.
The Mustangs outscored the Trojans 26-9 in the second half, Tory Travers led the way with nine points.
Jefferson Academy girls beat Eaton 36-22 Tuesday to improve to 3-0 on the young season. Alyson Thimsen had 10 points for the Jaguars.
ThunderRidge gave the Horizon girls its first loss of the season on Tuesday night.
The Hawks were outscored 22-11 in the second quarter and lost 68-53.
Standley Lake hockey team picked up its first win of the season Monday, beating Coronado 10-2.
Mitch McEwan and Christian Akita each had three goals.
Mountain Range grapplers went 4-1 at the Beetdiggers Invite on Saturday. The Mustangs lost to Mesa Ridge in the championship bout 35-30.
Holy Family volleyball players Blayke Hranicka and Tylynn Nelson each were chosen All-Colorado team honorable mention.
Hranicka led the Tigers with 312 kills, while Nelson had a team-best 57 aces.
Community Christian’s Bryan Hodge is averaging 25.3 points and 13 rebounds in the Crusaders first four games.
He scored 30 points and brought down 11 rebounds in a loss to Battle Mountain and on Saturday he went for 28 and 20 against Faith Baptist.