Roundup: Academy’s Telles garners basketball awards

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WESTMINSTER — After a remarkable career at The Academy, senior Zach Telles received a number of awards.

He was chosen as the Frontier League player of the year and was also selected to Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State team and will be playing in the All-State games being held at Adams State University in Alamosa in June. 

He was also chosen to the Frontier League All-Conference first team. Telles led Class 3A in scoring averages with 23.8 points per game, as well as three-point shooting with 3.9 a game. He was third in assists (5.3) and free throw shooting (.86 percent), and was fifth in steals. Telles added to his resume when he scored 54 points to lead his squad to a 94-75 win over Platte Valley.

NORSE ROLLING THROUGH EMAC

The Northglenn baseball team is on a roll. The Norse have opened the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference 3-0, outscoring their foes 33-0. Northglenn won in dominating fashion on Saturday, beating Aurora Central 21-0. Nine different players scored runs for Northglenn, with Miguel Mendoza’s four runs and Jacob Saunders three.

Tristan Dean got his second win of the season, holding the Trojans to only one hit.

TIGERS GET WIN AT COORS FIELD

The Holy Family baseball team didn’t waste its opportunity at Coors Field April 12.

The Tigers scored eight runs in the third inning and rolled to a 10-2 victory over rival Centaurus. Jay Elliott hit a two-run, inside-the-park home run and Zach Trombley went 2 for 3 with a double, triple, two RBIs and two runs. Adrian Do earned the win on the mound after allowing only two runs.

The Tigers also swept its double header with Kent Denver on April 12, beating the Sun Devils 15-2 and 12-5 to improve to 5-1 overall.

GATORS ON A ROLL

Standley Lake girls soccer team topped Columbine on April 12 to improve to 8-1-2 on the season. Danielle McClure and Shelby McBain each scored for the Gators, who have now won three in a row.

WOLVERINES STAY PERFECT

Brenda Vasquez and Jazmyne Escobar each scored two goals to help Skyview soccer top Englewood 5-0 on April 11.

Freshman Amanda Carpio also had a goal and an assist as the Wolverines improved to 8-0 overall and 3-0 in the Colorado 7. Mariah Ramirez had an assist for Skyview and goalkeeper Brandie Woodson picked up her sixth shutout of the season.

GEE SECOND AT POMONA

Legacy’s Emma Gee took second in the 3200-meter run on Saturday at the Pomona Invitational. She was also fourth in the 800.

CRUSADERS WIN THIRD IN A ROW

Community Christian baseball topped Evangelical Christian 5-0 on Saturday to pick up its third consecutive win. Bryan Hodge threw a one-hit shutout, the lone hit came in the seventh inning ruining his bid for a perfect game. Hodge also went 1 for 3 at the plate and a triple.

WILDCATS DOMINATE SAINTS

The Academy baseball team cruised to a 22-0 victory over Jefferson, which lasted only three innings. The Wildcats scored 11 runs in the first inning and had 10 different players score in the game. Jordan Gillmore had four runs, while Ryan Johnson, Cristian Johnson and Ryan Sanchez each had three. Alex Stone got the win after striking out 10 players.

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