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Tigers volleyball remains undefeated in league

ENGLEWOOD – The Summit High volleyball team dominated the Englewood Pirates in straight sets on Tuesday night to remain undefeated in Class 4A Jeffco League play.

The Tigers, who are now 9-4 overall and 3-0 in the league, combined for 20 aces. Emilee Sandsmark and Emily Cardamon led the way with five each.

Overall, the Tigers’ serve accounted for nearly two-thirds of the Tigers points on their way to their three victories over the Pirates, 25-13, 25-12 and 25-18.



The Lady Tigers head to Elizabeth on Friday to face the Cardinals at 6:30 p.m.

Gymnastics



GOLDEN – Summit gymnastics won its first meet of the season Saturday, thanks to solid beam routines from sophomore Amelia Meier and junior Katie Lindbloom.

With 158.95 points, Summit passed Lakewood (156.9), Pomona (140.3) and Golden (130.55).

“We finished the evening on the bars, which was a challenge due to the fact that they were not straight,” head coach Beth Flaherty said. “The girls overcame the obstacle like true competitors and almost swept the event.”

On the bars, Meier’s 7.75 was good enough for second place in the meet, while Emma Koenig took third, Lindbloom and Claudia Bouvier tied for fourth and Kelsey Todd placed fifth.

On the beam, Meier took fourth with an 8.2 and Lindloom took third with an 8.4.

In the vault, Lindbloom led all Tigers with a third-place finish and a score of 8.35, while senior captain Bouvier finished in fifth.

On the floor, Robin Lewarton placed fourth, while Shauna Neely landed in fifth.

In the all-around, Lindbloom was second and Bouvier was third.

The Tigers travel to Chatfield tonight for a meet starting at 6 p.m.


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