Alameda: The Pirates were shut out for the second straight game, falling at Denver North 3-0 on Tuesday.
Despite their show start coach Steve Houwan is confident his team is close to not only getting their first win but also to being a really good team this season.
Alameda is 0-2 on their season but junior goaltender Jose Macias has helped keep games close with multiple tough saves.
The Pirates will host Sheridan Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Arvada West: Despite being pummeled by 14 shots on goal, the Wildcats got a 2-0 victory at Boulder on Saturday.
Senior Shazz Heale stopped all 14 of Boulder’s shots on goal, and senior Brett Bender scored in the shutout victory.
A-West will host Golden Friday at North Area Athletic Complex.
Bear Creek/D’Evelyn: The Jaguars hung on for a 1-0 victory Thursday at Bear Creek High School.
D’Evelyn improved to 2-2 with the win, but the Bears fell to 0-3 on their season.
Giovanni Franzese scored the game’s only goal for the Jaguars in the second half and the Bears defense managed to keep Bear Creek out of the back of the net.
Bear Creek will play at Pine Creek Friday at 7 p.m. D’Evelyn will play at Centaurus Friday at 7 p.m.
Green Mountain: After back-to-back victories, the Rams were shut out Friday at Evergreen.
Evergreen overwhelmed Green Mountain with 19 shots and goals, and broke through with a pair of second half goals.
The loss for the Rams was the first game of the season where they did not record a goal.
Green Mountain will play guest to Arvada West Friday at 7 p.m.
Jefferson: After being blown out 7-1 by Holy Family the Saints regrouped for a 3-1 victory over Lake County Thursday at Lakewood Memorial Field.
Junior Abdiel Hinojos scored a goal and assisted on another, and senior Chris Armstrong scored yet again as Jefferson scored twice in the second half.
The Saints (2-1) will play at Bennett Thursday at 6 p.m.
Lakewood: The Tigers scored twice in the first half and then hung on for a 2-1 victory over Faith Christian Friday at Lakewood Memorial Field.
After being shut out twice to open their season Lakewood struck early against the Eagles. Faith Christian fought back and senior Stefan Knoerr scored late in the game to make things interesting.
However, the Tigers defense stood up and a very young Lakewood team finally got in the win column.
Lakewood (1-2) will play Golden Tuesday at North Area Athletic Complex.
Ralston Valley: The Mustangs stayed unbeaten with a 1-0 victory at Gateway on Friday.
Junior Jordan Quinlisk scored a first half goal and his defense helped preserve the lead.
And Ralston Valley junior goaltender Tony Celano was unbreakable making a couple game saving stops late in the action to secure the victory.
The Mustangs (2-0-1) will play at Rocky Mountain Friday at 7 p.m.
Wheat Ridge: The Farmers found their mojo and rolled over Columbine in a 5-0 victory Friday at Columbine High School.
Wheat Ridge scored early on the action and then added three, second half goals and the Rebels never stood a chance. The victory was the Farmers second shutout of the season.
The Farmers (2-2) will play at Windsor Tuesday at 7 p.m.