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5 — Combined hits of the nine collected by Arvada West in a 9-2 win over Bear Creek on Sept. 20 for the Clausen sisters, senior Morgan (3) and freshman Savannah (2). Both hit homers.
3 — Runners finished in the Top 10 for Arvada West which won the girls Division I title in the Dave Sanders Invitational cross country meet on Sept. 22.
17.3 — Average per carry on 12 attempts for Standley Lake’s Ty Webber who gained 208 yards in a 30-28 victory over Green Mountain on Sept. 22.
8 — Stolen bases in eight attempts for Alameda in a 5-1 softball conquest of Fort Lupton on Sept. 21.
218 — The tally of how fewer yards Golden football gained versus Far Northeastern on Sept. 23, where the Demons still won, 17-14.
Gianna Walker,Wheat Ridge
Walker, a senior outfielder, had a banner day in the 17-6 softball win over Green Mountain on Sept. 19 with four hits, four runs scored, four runs batted in and three stolen bases.
Levi Mair, Arvada
The senior accounted for four touchdowns, two passing and two rushing, on Sept. 22 in a 30-6 triumph over Pinnacle.
Ryan Marquez, Pomona
The senior quarterback threw for 368 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in a 34-21 loss to top-ranked Valor Christian on Sept. 22.
Ty Webber, Standley Lake
Webber, a senior running back, rushed for 208 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pass for 46 yards in a 30-28 win over Green Mountain on Sept. 22.
Sarye Lopez, Alameda
The junior allowed two hits in seven innings in a 5-1 softball win over Fort Lupton on Sept. 21.Renatha Santos-Arriaga, Jefferson
The senior had 30 assists and averaged 10 per set against KIPP Denver Collegiate in a 3-0 volleyball win on Sept. 21.
Colorado Community Media selects six athletes from area high schools each week as "Standout Performers." Preference is given to athletes making their debut on the list. To nominate an athlete, contact Jim Benton by noon on Sunday.
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