Jefferson County Standout Performers: Week of March 22

Posted 3/22/18

Max Allen, GoldenThe senior went 5-for-5, scored three runs and had two runs batted in during a 14-6 baseball win over Conifer on March 15.

Sage Schaller, Green MountainIn the 6-0 baseball win …

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Jefferson County Standout Performers: Week of March 22

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Max Allen, Golden
The senior went 5-for-5, scored three runs and had two runs batted in during a 14-6 baseball win over Conifer on March 15.

Sage Schaller, Green Mountain
In the 6-0 baseball win over Mesa Ridge on March 15, the senior was a pitching/hitting standout as he allowed one hit over six innings plus had three hits, two RBI and two stolen bases.

Colin Berndt, Arvada West
The senior won the 1600 meters in 4:33.44 and 800 meters in 2:06.07 at the Arvada City Track Championships on March 17.

Kegan Hufford, Lakewood
The senior had five points with four goals and an assist, the same a teammate Evan Woods, in a 13-9 boys lacrosse win over Legend on March 14.

Ryan Marquez. Pomona
The senior captured the 110 meter hurdles in 15.76 at the March 17 Arvada City Track Championships and he also tied for first in the high jump at 5-08.

Alyssa Applegate, Bear Creek
The sophomore tallied two goals in the 3-1 girls soccer win over Green Mountain on March 12.

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