- Written by Greg Croy
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- Written by Leo Paik
Here is an update for the 2019 Volleyball season:
At the Broomfield HS Freshmen tournament on 9/14/19, the Gators defeated Centaurus and Boulder. They fell to Peak to Peak, Monarch, and Lyons.
At the Evergreen HS Level III tournament on 9/14/19, the Gators fell to Lakewood, Conifer, Evergreen, and Ralston Valley.
On 9/19/19, the D'Evelyn Jaguars hosted the Gators. The Freshmen team won 25-19 and 25-21. The Level III Gators fell 21-25 and 22-25. The JV team 23-25 and 14-25. The Varsity Gators fell 16-25, 26-24, 15-25, and 13-25.
At the Englewood HS JV tournament on 9/21/19, the Gators got their digging, serving, passing, setting, and attack in sync to defeat two Englewood teams. They fell to Pueblo West and Northfield.
On 9/24/19, the Green Mt. Rams hosted the Gators. The Freshmen Gators won 25-12 and 25-22. The Level III team fell 23-25, 28-26, and 5-15. The JV Gators won 25-19 and 25-22. The Varsity barely fell 16-25, 25-21, 21-25, 25-21, and 13-15.
On 9/30/19, the Littleton Lions visited the Swamp on "Hawaiian Night". The Freshmen team won 19-25, 25-16, and 15-13. The Level III Gators rallied to win 19-25, 25-17, and 15-10. The JV team won 25-13 and 25-19. The Varsity Gators showed their grit and pulled off a 5 set win 23-25, 26-28, 25-19, 25-19, and 15-6 to the delight of a very supportive and cheering crowd.
On 10/1/19, the Wheat Ridge Farmers hosted the Gators. The Farmers did not have a Freshmen team. The Level III team set the tone with a 26-24 and 25-12. The JV Gators followed suit with a 25-17, 25-20 win. The Varsity team swept 25-13, 25-13, and 25-17.
On 10/3/19, the Evergreen Cougars came to the Swamp. The Freshmen team 25-13, 25-27, and 13-15 despite being at match point for at least 11 points to an underhand serving Cougar. The Level III Gators fell 17-25 and 18-25. The JV team battled but fell 22-25, 25-19, and 9-15. The Varsity team fell 18-25, 19-25, and 20-25.
On 10/7/19, the Golden Demons came to the Swamp. The Freshmen Gators won 25-11, 10-25, and 15-11. The Level III team fell 17-25, 25-21, and 8-15. The JV Gators battled courageously but fell 15-25, 25-13, and 14-16 with match point called on an unexpectedly 1st touch double. The Varsity team brought out some grit to sweep 25-18, 26-24, and 25-22.
On 10/15/19, the D'Evelyn Jaguars hosted the Gators. The Freshmen team grittily won 25-18, 24-26, and 15-9. The Level III Gators fell 11-25 and 13-25. The JV team fell 11-25 and 12-25. The Varsity Gators battled, taking a lead in each set, but fell 21-25, 20-25, and 26-28.
On 10/17/19, the Green Mt. Rams came to the Swamp for a rematch. The Freshmen Gators won 25-11, 25-20 to get their record to 9-5 (6-1). The Level III team battled but fell 21-25 and 21-25 to make their record 4-11 (2-6). The JV Gators played cohesively to win 26-24 and 25-20 to get their record to 8-7 (4-4). The Varsity team came out strong to take the 1st 2 sets 25-19 amd 25-23. The Rams rebounded to take the next 2 23-25 and 13-25. The Gators rallied for an invigorating win 15-9 to get their record to 13-6 (4-4). With that, the Varsity team sits 4th place in JeffCo 4A and 31st in CO 4A state rankings.
On 10/22/19, the Evergreen Cougars hosted the Gators. The Freshmen Gators pulled out a 25-9 and 25-14 win. The Level III team fell 22-25 and 5-25. The JV Gators fell 20-25 and 17-25. The Varsity team battled getting leads in each set but fell 23-25, 24-26, 25-20, and 20-25.
On 10/24/19, the Littleton Lions hosted the Gators. The Freshmen team narrowly fell 14-25, 25-23, and 14-16 to get to 10-6 (7-2). The Level III Gators fell 20-25 and 13-25 to make it 4-13 (2-8). The JV team perservered and won 25-22 and 26-24 to get to 9-8 (5-5). The Varsity Gators won 25-20, 23-25, 25-14, and 25-15 to get to 14-7 (5-5) and 22nd in Class 4A rankings.
On the individual stats from MaxPreps:
Hitting: Katie Demink 3rd .277, Alyssa LeBeck 9th .163.
Kills: Katie Demink 3rd 151, Alyssa LeBeck 6th 121, Maya Merta 10th 91, Jasmine Cummings 14th 84, Dani Powell 17th 79, Tania Guzman 21st 55, Erin Paik 44th 14, Macey Mohlenkamp 47th 13.
Assists: Dani Powell 5th 230, Alyssa Lebeck 7th 150, Erin Paik 13th 52.
Aces: Dani Powell 2nd 44, Alyssa LeBeck 3rd 43, Maya Merta 4th 41, Erin Paik 8th 36, Katie Demink 10th 27, Tania Guzman 25th 15.
Blocks: Katie Demink 1st 72, Jasmine Cummings 7th 36, Dani Powell 12th 26, Maya Merta 14th 21, Alyssa LeBeck 24th 13, Tani Guzman 36th 7.
Digs: Erin Paik 1st 330, Dani Powell 10th 182, Alyssa LeBeck 12th 177, Maya Merta 16th 145, Tania Guzman 27th 115, Katie Demink 48th 38.
Class 4A State
Hitting: Katie Demink 27th.
Kills: Katie Demink 38th, Dani Powell 44th.
Assists: Dani Powell 45th.
Aces: Dani Powell 17th, Alyssa LeBeck 21st, Erin Paik 48th.
Blocks: Katie Demink 6th, Jasmine Cummings 47th.
Digs: Erin Paik 8th.
Next up is Senior Night in the Swamp on 10/29/19 as the Gators host the Wheat Ridge Farmers. Come join in on the fun and support your Gators!
- Written by Leo Paik
Here is a recap of the start to the season for your SLHS Volleyball teams:
The season began with some changes. Ben Thompson took over as the Varsity team coach, and Julia Morgan took over for the JV team.
In the season opener, your Gators hosted the Conifer Lobos in the Swamp on 8/29/19 to a terrific and supportive crowd.
The Freshmen team rallied for a 3 set win 23-25, 25-16, and 15-12 to the delight of our newest team members and returning coach and now program director Jessica Post.
The Level III battled but fell 19-25 and 18-25 for the new coach Angie Green.
The JV team started strong with a 25-7 1st set win, but the Lobos prevailed 21-25 and 9-15 to take the match.
The Varsity team rallied for 3 straight sets after a 1st set loss 16-25. They showed their determination to take a rousing 31-29 2nd set facing set point multiple times, and finished 25-18 and 25-14. They avenged their season opener loss from last year.
In the Varsity Tournament at Thorton HS on 8/31/19, the Varsity Gators played:
The Wheat Ridge Farmers and won 25-10 and 25-21.
The Adams City Eagles and won 25-9, 25-9.
The Thornton Trojans and won 25-13 and 25-14.
Then, in the tournament championship match, your Gators battled Skyview Wolverines to a great 3 set match but fell 21-25, 25-23, and 9-15 to take 2nd place of 12 teams.
In the 2nd program match of the season at Northglenn HS on 9/3/19 in sweltering conditions:
The Freshmen team came out of the gates blazing to sweep 25-3 and 25-9.
The Level III bounced back for a 25-18, 25-12 sweep.
The JV team fought hard to take the 1st set 27-25 and then finished it off 25-19.
The Varsity team looked in sync as they won 25-19, 25-16, and 25-14.
In the Varsity Tournament at Thorton HS, your Gators took on:
The Prairie View Thunderhawks and won 25-17, 25-13.
Then the Lincoln Lancers and won 25-23, 25-17.
Then the Mountain Range Mustangs 25-19, 25-22.
In the Gold medal match, your Gators faced a tall and tough Thunder Ridge Grizzlies battling valiantly but fell 19-25, 20-25 to take 2nd of 12 teams.
In the 3rd program match, your Gators played Thornton Trojans on 9/10/19:
The Level III team showed their skills to win 25-5, 25-10. Their record goes to 2-1.
The JV team followed suit with a 25-10, 25-10 win. Their record goes to 2-1.
The Varsity team displayed good teamwork and won 25-4, 25-7, and 25-12 to get their record to 9-2.
Next up are the Freshmen tournament at Centaurus HS and Level III tournament at Evergreen HS on 9/14/19. Then the Gators host D'Evelyn HS on 9/19/19 at the Swamp. See you there!
Click here for a link to the SLHS website Volleyball pages.
- Written by Ray Wachsmann
New King Soopers SCRIP Program!
No more forgetting your card at home, in the car, or even in your wallet!
No more forgetting to load it before your purchase!
All you have to do is go online to https://www.kingsoopers.com/topic/king-soopers-community-rewards and enroll your King Soopers card into the program! When it asks for a group or team, search for SLHS and there are 7 pages of choices! You should be able to find your favorite team or activity without a problem! Click on it and you’re done! Easy peazy!
One of the limitations to the new program is only one group per household, BUT, you can change your team/activity! Many families change their team support based on the season or the activity that their student is in. It’s based on the standard quarter (Jan.-Mar., Apr.-Jun., Jul.-Sep., Oct.-Dec.), so you could change every quarter if you wanted to.
To search for the category - SLHSBoosters;xxx (xxx=activity/sport) is what to look for (not StandleyLake...).
Yes, you can still have friends and relatives in other states support your student!
**NOTE: Albertsons/Safeway is still operated the “old-fashioned” way!**
- Written by Leo Paik
From the Combined Academic & Athletic Awards Ceremony on May 13, 2019
Daniels Scholarship – Chris Crosby, Collin Gammon
US Presidential Scholar Nominee - Jackson Heetland
University of Colorado at Boulder recognizes an Outstanding - Abigail Salamera
Team MVPs Presented
Men's Cross Country – Noah Hendrix
Ladies’ Cross Country – Sophia Abernethy
Football Offensive – Alex France Football
Defensive – Matt Estrada
Men's Golf – Tyler Dorn
Gymnastics – Camille Guinet
Men's Soccer – Tate Minch
Softball – Hannah Feeley
Men's Tennis - David Crosby
Volleyball – Erin Paik
Ladies’ Basketball – Delaney Huetson
Men's Basketball – Chris Bowerman
Ice Hockey – Eli Wilson
Ladies’ Swimming – Katri Nielson
Wrestling – Joseph Fisher
Baseball –Brady Rose
Ladies’ Soccer – Haley Klasner
Men's Swimming – Collin Gammon
Ladies’ Tennis – Ari Walker
Men's’Field –Matt Tuholski
Men's Track – Tyler Williams
Ladies’ Field- Jamie Torbet
Ladies’ Track – Katie Keating
Ladies’ Golf -Sejal Goud
200 miles - Tyler Croy, Evan Duarte, Jack Maikranz, Isabella McCarthy, Owen Murphy
300 miles - Sophia Abernethy, Jack Holtorf, Kaitlyn Pierce
500+ miles - Ryley Darnell, Kyle Hofmann, Madi Macklin
1000 Club - Sebastian Illade
900 Club - Ryan Biller, Jaren Cosby, Josh Gallegos, Eli Garcia, Jay McCoy, Cameron Wade, Trae Watson Girls 500 Club - Jamie Torbet
Marching Band- Morgan Chalk
Speech and Debate- Benjamin Schroeder
Choir- Lily Fugita
Theatre- Lily Fugita
Spirit Cheer – Mariah Juarez
Poms – Shannon Fechtner
ESL Award -Tasnim Ahmed
Honorable Mention - Sophia Abernethy - Cross Country, Blake Bucca - Football
2nd Team All-State - Alex France - Football, Marc Rocha - Football, Camille Guinet - Gymnastics
1st Team All State - Tyler Williams - Track, Jamie Torbet - Field
Speech and Debate - State Qualifiers - Lily Fugita, Gurkiran , Luis Molina, Kaitlyn Pierce, Ben Schroeder, Ethan Smith, Isha Sing, Patrick Warnaka, Wesley Woodcock
Band- All State - Claire Skulley
Choir- All State - Alex Bolton, Lily Fugita
Family and Consumer Sciences Awards
ProStart Students of the Year - Sierra Gifford, Ryan Troeger, Sierra Coleman, Elias McPherson, Cian Dillingham
Family and Consumer Sciences Student of the Year - Jackie Tharpe, Kira Bandimere, Selena Garcia
Three Sport Letters
Eli Lujan - Football, Wrestling and Boys’ Track
Isabelle McCarthy - Girls’ Cross Country, Girls’ Swimming, and Girls’ Track & Field
Kevin Ruzicka - Football, Boys’ Soccer and Boys’ Basketball
Madisyn Macklin - Girls’ Cross Country, Girls’ Swimming, and Girls’ Track & Field
Logan Gottlob - Football, Lacrosse (at JeffersonAcademy), and Boys’ Track
4 Varsity Letters different areas this year
Sophia Abernethy - Girls’ Cross Country, Girls’ Swimming, Girls’ Track & Field, and Band
Cassius Manley- Football, Basketball, Lacrosse (at Jefferson Academy), and Track & Field
The Excellence in Literature and Language
Academic Excellence - Kylie Rold, Norah Kellum, Jackson Kessel, Jackson Heetland
Outstanding Performance in English - Trinity Hunziker, Payton Dampier, Lilly Sveen-St.John
Thespian Scholars Award - Lily Fugita, Gurkiran Kaur, Hadley Vogler
Speech & Debate Degree of Distinction - Joshua Flores, Lily Fugita, Gurkiran Kaur, Benjamin Schroeder, Isha Singh, Ethan Smith
Four Letters in the Same Sport
Ryan Biller - Football
Malia Calcagno - Ladies’ Tennis
Tyler Dorn - Men's Golf
Cece Elliot - Softball
Lucas Feely - Ice Hockey
Collin Gammon- Men's Swimming
Noah Hendrix - Men's Cross Country
Haley Klasner - Ladies’ Soccer
Sophia Maurer - Ladies’ Swimming
Allie Smith - Ladies’ Soccer
Jamie Torbet - Ladies’ Basketball
Alex Trinidad- Gonzalez- Men's Soccer
Kelsie Vernon - Ladies’ Swimming
Ari Walker - Ladies’ Tennis
Brianna Ynostroza - Softball
Daniel Helgeson - Digital Photo
Ariane Walker - Traditional Photo
Diana Turner - Painting
Colleen Gill - Ceramics
Emily Yamashita - Jewelry
Polly Torian - Drawing
Kyle Schwartz- Graphic Design
Three or more Activity Letters:
Theatre - Alison Blazewicz , Aiyonna Culley, Lily Fugita, Gurkiran Kaur, Regev Melker, Wesley Woodcock Speech - Gurkiran Kaur, Wesley Woodcock
Debate - Matthew Morgenstern, Benjamin Schroeder, Isha Singh, Tam Vo
Band - Maggie Bishop, Anne Cooley, Nathan Clark, Jason Current, Thomas Current, Kayelee Duff, Jack Knight, Rebecca McGaffick, Jenna Mischke, Paige Newman, Cali Schigur, Ella Schigur, Claire Skulley, Corey Smith
Orchestra - Emily Butler, Hannah Johnson, Nick Ramirez, Abbey Salamera, Michelle Tin
Poms - Cassie Greenly, Taylor Smith, Taylor Renquist, Alizabeth Sanchez, Shannon Fechtner, Michelle Tin
Assistant Coach of the Year - John Moriarty, Track & Field
-Katherine Cannady- Algebra I, Noelle Hyre - Geometry, Nate Acunto - Algebra II, Zareth Avila- Transitions to Algebra, Conner Morrison - Intermediate Algebra, Michelle Tin - Pre-Calc, Lilly Sveen-St. John- Statistics , Haley Klasner - Calculus, Dalton Johnson - Computer Award
All Conference Honorable Mention
Cross Country- Kyle Hofmann, Alex Grosshans, Madisyn Macklin
Gymnastics- Camille Guinet, Claire Cody
Softball- Marissa Reza, Alyssa Straber, Jolene Van Dyke
Men's Soccer- Christian Lee, Brandon Pulido
Football- Ryan Biller, Jay McCoy, Alec Smith
Volleyball- Dani Powell, Ari Walker
Men's Basketball- Jared Spencer
Ladies’ Basketball- Ravan Hammack, Mya Sanchez
Ice Hockey- Martin Ronan
Wrestling- Jack Groosshans
Ladies’ Soccer- Tessa Edwards, Kyleigh Pajor
Men's Lacrosse- Christian Lindemann, Jake O’Neill
Track & Field- Sophia Abernethy- pole vault, Katie Keating- 300 hurdles, Isabella Settje- 100 hurdles, Jamie Torbet- discus, Noah Hendrix- 800
Colorado All State Choirs - Lily Fugita, Alex Bolton
Orchestra - excellence in orchestral music - Kylie Rold - 9th Grade, Ryan Michalicek - 10th Grade, Edward Lu - 11th Grade Band
Excellence in band - Max Hagen, Mason DeFouw - 9th grade, Kailie Martinez- 10th grade, Claire Skulley, Maggie Bishop- 11th grade
2nd Team All-Conference
Cross Country - Katie Keating
Softball - Cece Elliott, Hannah Feeley, Katie Hennesy, Clairisa Scott
Volleyball- Erin Paik, Lauren Willihnganz
Men's Soccer - RJ Krapes
Football - Jaren Cosby, Josh Gallegos, Alec Halbeisen, Kevin Starnes
Men's Basketball- Chris Crosby
Ladies’ Basketball- Alexa Stout
Ice Hockey- Eli Wilson
Wrestling- Brenden Humble
Ladies’ Soccer- Delaney Huetson, Dani Bird
Track and Field - Chelsie Emmerson (4x200, 4x400) , Violet Davis (4x200, 4x400), Katie Keating (4x400), Sophia Abernethy (4x400),Isabella Settje (4x200), Trinity Hunziker (4x200), Jacob Baca (300 hurdles), Andrew Schriever (4x200), Cassius Manley (4x200), Jacob Brooks (4x200), Matt Estrada (4x200)
Men's Lacrosse (Jefferson Academy) - Logan Gottlob
Physical Education Award - Lifetime fitness - Mason DeFouw (98.5), Jasmine Blustein (98.84), Collin McElroy (98.76), Deelia Sherman (98.88), Brandon Muhlenbruch (98.57)
Weight Class Awards - Ashley Vernon, Isabelle Misegadis, Colton Cail, Andrew Schell
Adaptive PE Class Student mentors - Brady Kizer, Madelaine Walton, Malia Calcagno, Isabella Settje, Jasmine Toney
1st Team All-Conference
Cross Country - Sophia Abernethy, Noah Hendrix
Softball - Brianna Ynostroza
Men's Soccer - Tate Minch, Kevin Ruzicka, Alex Trinidad
Football - Blake Bucca, Matt Estrada, Alex France, Brady Kizer, Cassius Manley, Marc Rocha, Tyler Williams
Men's basketball - Christian Bowerman
Ladies’ Basketball - Delaney Huetson
Wrestling - Eli Lujan, Joseph Fisher, James Nuako, Jay McCoy, Gavin Meredith
Ladies’ Golf - Sejal Goud
Ladies’ Soccer - Haley Klasner
Track and Field - Jamie Torbet (shotput), Noah Hendrix (4x400), David Crosby (4x400), Tyler Williams (100m, 200m, 400m, 4x400), Matt Tuholski (high jump), Andrew Schriever (4x100), Cassius Manley (4x100), Jacob Brooks (4x100, 4x400), Matt Estrada (4x100)
Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, or Physics
9th grade: Deelia Sherman & Owen Murphy
10th grade: Kaythy Liao & Gordon Huang
11th grade: Toby Ziemke & Taylor Renquist
12th grade: LT Cheatham & Katherine Tran
Outstanding Contribution to Standley Lake Athletics - Seth Strickland.
Jasmine Blustein - AP Human Geography Student of the Year
Lilly Sveen-St. John - Economics Student of the Year
Kathrina Hennesy - IB History of the Americas Student of the Year
Jackson Heetland - IB History of the World Student of the Year
Colin McElroy - Honors Government Student of the Year
Norah Kellum - AP European History Student of the Year
Jacob Vermeer - AP United States History Student of the Year
Sejal Goud - AP Government Student of the Year
Spirit of the Gator Award - Jack Knight
Coach of the Year - Sam Wilson, Swimming
World Language Award
Norah Kellum (Span. 2 Hon), Michelle Tin (“), Arlina Tran, Sydney Schmelzer (Span 4
French -Duyen Vu (9th ), Molly Butler (10th), Camille Guinet (11th)
German - Bridget Ronning, Sarah Hurrell , LT Cheatham
Gator Specialist Award - Noah Hendrix, Camille Guinet
AP Scholars Awards
THREE AP scores of 3 or above - Alexander Abarro, Joseph Boothby, Solana Brito, Joshua Flores, Zachary Garwood, Sanam Murad, Aron Roush, Andrew Schell, Ella Schigur, Trevor Steenerson, Jackson Valls, Anne Williams
AP Scholars with Honors- Ryan Biller, Emily Butler, Christopher Crosby, Matthew Estrada, Alexander Grosshans, Jackson Heetland, Ashley Julian, Tuyet Ngo, Grace Ortner, Vivian Pham, Julie Ruiz, Sangati Shah, Alec Smith, Ethan Smith, Mia Smith- Higashi, Dante Steinmetz, Katherine Tran, Joshua Truong, Hadley Vogler
Senior Male/Female Athlete of the Year- Alex France and Jamie Torbet
Excellent Attendance - (two or fewer) Caelen Barondess, Kay-lyn Baron-dess, Carson Casey
Seniors Principal’s Honor Roll (3.5 to 3.79 GPA) - Trenton Hoople, Timothy Harvey, Georgia Bosse, Joshua Flores, Cassius Manley, Jason Ong, Autumn Trayler, Noah Hendrix, Tate Minch, Peter Rudyk, Zachary Garwood, Jamie Torbet, Cheyenne Main, Sveen-St. John, Brendan Burns, Hanna Hushka, Brady Rose, Aisha Yunes, Kori Skinrood, Alec Smith, Juliet Garcia Bialke, Aaron Hernandez Maldonado, Joshua Truong, Tessa Edwards, Logan Gottlob, Devon Jackson, Jayson Sihanath, Ariane Walker, Morgan Chalk, Faith Nightingale, Madelaine Walton, Rachel Williams, Laurel Neal, Kyleigh Pajor, Allison Smith, Brittany O’Donnell, Sunay Goje, Jacob Pan, Samantha McCann, Kelsey Clements, Masli Leal, Brianna King, Linzy Chrapkowski, Collin Gammon
Academic Excellence for Seniors (3.8 to 3.9 GPA) - Isha Singh, Esha Sing, Daniel Helgeson, John Latzer, Caelan Barondess, Emily Yamashita, Elias Ulrich, Lauren Buckley, Aron Roush, Alena Lee, Logan Guenther, Ryan Biller, Jack Knight, Kaylei Lopez, Morighann Weinell, Gabrielle Murphy, Ella Schigur, Jakob Schmitz, Matthew Estrada, Raymon Santos, Jazmin Xiong
Academic Excellence for Seniors (4.0 + GPA) - Katherine Tran, Sangati Shah, Jackson Heetland, Vivian Pham, Grace Ortner, Lindsey LoSasso, Lawerence Cheatham, Hannah Johnson, Lily Fugita, Katie Kinnard, Hadley Vogler, Jenna Hines, Anne Williams, Michael Ralston, Haley Klasner, Mia Smith Higashi, Jared Spencer, Lauren Willihnganz, Tuyet Ngo, Imelda Villalobos, Daniel Chun, Ben Schroeder, Tiana LeBeck, Alexander Trinidad-Gonzalez, Malia Calcagno, Emma Walker, Ashley Julian, Angelique Lechuga, Haylee Laituri, Emily Butler, Jack Holtorf, Solana Brito, Kevin Ruzicka, Annabel Boggess, Cali Schigur, Trevor Steenerson, Dalton Johnson, Gurkiran Kaur, William Nix, Ethan Smith
Activities Participant of the Year - Jack Knight, Lily Fugita
Male/Female Athletes of the Year -Tyler Williams, Sophia Abernethy
Special thanks to Teri Ahr for providing this information!
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