North Metro Standout Performers: Week of March 22, 2018

Staff report
Posted 3/21/18

Quentin Sandoval, Horizon

The junior earned a score 0f 105 as he won the diving competition at the March 13 dual swimming and diving meet against Broomfield. Broomfield won the meet, …

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North Metro Standout Performers: Week of March 22, 2018

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Quentin Sandoval, Horizon
The junior earned a score 0f 105 as he won the diving competition at the March 13 dual swimming and diving meet against Broomfield. Broomfield won the meet, 182-77.

Brayden Brooks, Mountain Range
The Mustang pitcher gave up one hit and no runs in his four innings on the mount as Mountain Range baseball team bested Mullen 7-1 on March 15. Brooks struck out five and issued one walk in his time on the mound.

Manny Lujan, Thornton
The junior won the 800-meter, the 1,600-meter and the 3,200 meter runs and his points helped his team scored 82 points to finish third at the March 15 Weld Central Early Season Track Meet.

Kelsey Clements, Standley Lake
The junior made five saves in her 40 minutes as goalie for the Gators as Standley Lake posted a 2-1 overtime girls soccer win over Horizon on March 12.

Jason Wright, Westminster
Wright knocked out two hits and drove in a pair of wins for the Wolves in the March 13 baseball game against Skyline but Skyline went on to win the game, 13-7.

Analisa Carmosino, Legacy
The junior scored a pair of goals on March 13 as the Lightning shut out Doherty 5-0 in girls soccer action. Five Legacy players dished out assists in game action.

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