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Jeffco Standout Performers: Week of Oct. 11

Staff report
Posted 10/10/18

Danny Kingman,

Lakewood

The senior number 2 singles player became a Region 5 champ on Oct. 3. Kingman and a few of his teammates now move on to the Oct. 11-13 5A state tennis …

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Jeffco Standout Performers: Week of Oct. 11

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Danny Kingman, Lakewood
The senior number 2 singles player became a Region 5 champ on Oct. 3. Kingman and a few of his teammates now move on to the Oct. 11-13 5A state tennis tournament.

Morgan Browne, Bear Creek
The volleyball team’s senior captain stood tall, even by six-foot-tall standards, by leading her team in kills (14) and digs (12) in her team’s Oct. 5 win versus Arvada West.

Denise Serna, Jefferson
The junior proved to be a defensive stalwart, making 7 digs and receiving 13 serves all without error in the volleball match against Arrupe Jesuit on Oct. 3. She also scored six aces and three kills for good measure.

Angelina Castillo, Arvada
The Bulldogs junior was one of many batters to wail away at the pitches of a beleaguerd Denver West team on Oct. 5. Arvada would win the game 20-0, thanks in large part to Castillo, who went 3-4 with two home runs and five RBI’s.

Kaleb Tischler, Ralston Valley
The junior defenseman tallied four tackles and two sacks in the Oct. 5 45-0 shellacking of Mullen. For his efforts in the shutout the coaching staff named him the player of the game.

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