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Results from Summit High track, baseball, girl’s soccer and more

Summit's Shannon Hogeman takes a throw-in during a home varsity soccer game against Steamboat Springs on March 29. The Tigers lost, 0-2.
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MOUNTAIN RANGE MUSTANG INVITATIONAL — SUMMIT HS TRACK AND FIELD, APRIL 2

A regular-season track and field meet, hosted by Mountain Range High School at North Field in Westminster on April 2. The event drew 29 female and 28 male teams from across the state, including 4A heavyweights Niwot, Loveland and Cherokee Trail. The Tigers boy’s team took 23rd out of 28 teams, while the girl’s team took 15th out of 29 teams. For full results, see co.milesplit.com.

Top girl’s team, overall (points)

1. Loveland High School, 82.5

2. Niwot High School, 79.7

3. Fairview High School, 56.5

4. Mountain Range High School, 54

5. Peak to Peak Charter School, 41.5

15. Summit High School, 22

Top boy’s team, overall (points)

1. Cherokee Trail High School, 92

2. Chaparral High School, 68

3. Regis Jesuit, 55

4. Mountain Vista High School, 52.6

5. Highlands Ranch High School, 40

5. Rampart High School, 490

23. Summit High School, 8

Girl’s 400m dash (seconds)

1. Mia Coats, Mountain Range High School — 57.25

2. McKenna Ramsay, Summit High School — 57.33

3. Tara Pelton, Legend High School — 57.97

Girl’s 3,200m run (seconds)

1. Jordan Herrera, Cherokee Trail High School — 11:58.13

2. Lauren Soares, Mountain Vista High School — 12:00.02

3. Katherine Bearup, Ralston Valley High School – 12:00.15

4. Jenna McCaffrey, Niwot High School — 12:00.42

5. Ruthie Boyd, Summit High School — 12:00.98

Girl’s 4x400m relay (seconds)

1. Niwot High School, 4:04.00

2. Loveland High School, 4:10.16

3. Pueblo West High School, 4:15.99

4. Fairview High School, 4:16.30

5. Summit High School (McKenna Ramsay, Megan McDonnell, Noelle Resignolo, Jessica Horii), 4:18.66

Boy’s 400m dash (seconds)

1. Jordan Cherin, Shining Mountain Waldorf School — 49.93

2. Ki Jana Phillips, Chaparral High School — 50.73

3. Nate Martin, Summit High School — 51.07

SUMMIT VS. RIFLE — TIGERS BASEBALL, APRIL 2

A double-header series against the Rifle High School Bears, played in Rifle on April 2. The Tigers lost both games, 2-5 in the first and 8-19 in the second, to go 0-6 overall and 0-4 in the 4A Western Slope League.

Summit vs. Rifle, game one

Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Final

Summit 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 2

Rifle 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 5

Summit vs. Rifle, game two

Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Final

Summit 2 0 3 0 0 3 0 8

Rifle 3 2 0 3 1 10 0 19

SUMMIT VS. DELTA — LADY TIGERS SOCCER, APRIL 1

A home soccer game against league foes Delta High School on April 1. The Tigers won, 3-0, to record their first win of the season. The team is now 1-6-1 overall and 1-6-1 in the 4A Slope.

Summit vs. Delta

Score 1s t 2nd Final

Summit 2 1 3

Delta 0 0 0

SUMMIT VS. GLENWOOD SPRINGS — LADY TIGERS SOCCER, APRIL 2

An away soccer game against Glenwood Springs High School in Glenwood on April 2. The Tigers lost 0-4 in their first game against the Demons.

Summit vs. Glenwood Springs

Score 1st 2nd Final

Summit 0 0 0

Glenwood 0 4 4


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