Jeffco high school sports standouts — Aug. 30

Posted 8/29/18

Makenzie Middleton, Golden

The junior softball player went 3-4 at the plate, with three RBI’s in the Demons’ Aug. 21 non-conference game against Connifer. Middleton is averaging more than two …

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Jeffco high school sports standouts — Aug. 30

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Makenzie Middleton, Golden
The junior softball player went 3-4 at the plate, with three RBI’s in the Demons’ Aug. 21 non-conference game against Connifer. Middleton is averaging more than two hits per game so far this season. Golden went on to lose the game in the last inning, 9-8.

Eric Beltran, Arvada
In the goal for 80 minutes Aug. 24, the freshman helped preside over a shutout win on the road over the Manual Thunderbolts, 2-0. The non-conference game was the Bulldog’s season opener.

Jon Randal, Faith Christian
The sophomore proved to be the Eagles’ most consistent threat in the team’s Aug. 23 match against The Pinnacle. He had six shots on goal, with the game-winning goal being the one that got in.

Julia Shipley, Wheat Ridge
The Aug. 24 softball game between the Farmers and Pomona was a close affair, but Wheat Ridge pulled out the 5-4 win, thanks in large part to senior captain Shipley. The third base player had two hits and two RBI’s.

Tate Minch, Standley Lake
The senior forward proved he has an eye for offense, earning two assists in his soccer team’s 2-1 win over Jefferson Academy on Aug. 23. He leads his team in shots and assists.

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