We're wrapping up the 2019 Spring season and this week's Honor Roll is filled with top plays from last week's playoffs and championship match-ups.
Starting our list at No. 5, the Silver Creek Raptors faced D'Evelyn in a 4A girls soccer quarterfinal. Raptors goalkeeper Natalie Schauer made a spectacular save against a header to keep D'Evelyn scoreless and help her team advance to the semifinals.
Sometimes the work put in off the field is just as important as the work on the field. At No. 4, Mantiou Springs' Jayden Omi was a testament to preparation.
Omi underwent ACL surgery in January then five months later won the 100 meter and 200 meter dashes in 3A during the track and field state championship meet at Jeffco Stadium.
At No. 3, Grandview made a team effort for a beautiful goal. Off a free kick by Lauren Holleran, Shalom Prince tipped it to a crashing Caylin Lyubenko who netted a big goal in their 3-1 victory over Chatfield to advance to the 5A girls soccer semifinals.
This week's runner-up is two-fold. Both Kent Denver's Brandon Bergner and Cheyenne Mountain's Deano Johnson went around and behind the back for beautiful goals in their boys lacrosse semifinal match-ups.
Both their teams advanced to the 4A and 5A boys lacrosse state championships.
Despite the jaw-dropping plays this week, our top play is was not only a terrific performance on the track last weekend, but an honor across a four-year high school career.
Denver East's Arria Minor was the fastest girl in the state once again, making that four straight 100 meter dash victories, her last one tying the all-classification state record with a time of 11.31 seconds.
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