Sports Roundup: Hawks stay perfect

Jonathan Maness
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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.

CLEAN SWEEP:

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.

ALSO UNDEFEATED:

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.

HAWKS GET FIRST LOSS:

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.

ON THE ICE:

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.

BRUSH INVITE:

Mountain Range grapplers went 4-1 at the Beetdiggers Invite on Saturday. The Mustangs lost to Mesa Ridge in the championship bout 35-30.

HRANICKA, NELSON RECOGNIZED:

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.

ON FIRE:

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.