Roundup Week 5

Shahid Hoover of Denver East

Week five of Colorado high school football saw many of Colorado's best square off.


Monarch 42 Dakota Ridge 14

Castle View pounded out over 380 rush yards and scored 26 2nd quarter points to overwhelm Conifer 53-15, moving to 5-0 on the season.

Silver Creek 41 Windsor 21

Ryan Rankin caught ten Austin Apodaca passes one of which went for an opening quarter TD as Silver Creek defeated previously unbeaten Windsor 41-21. Since an opening week loss to Kent Denver Silver creek has won four straight scoring over 40 points in each contest.

Rock Canyon 41 Pueblo West 6

Eric Williams rushed for 190 yards and scored five times as Rock Canyon took care of business Friday night against Pueblo West. Currently Rock Canyon is in the midst of a four game win streak.

Ralston Valley 48 Boulder 0

Run first Ralston Valley balanced their offense Friday getting 119 rush yards from Riley Hauptman and 156 pass yards from quarterback Colton Loyd to firmly handle Boulder 48-0. Hauptman opened the scoring with a 72 yard TD run in the first quarter and his Mustangs never looked back. The win moves Ralston Valley to 5-0 on the season.

Cheyenne Mountain 45 Palmer 14

Cheyenne Mountain remained unbeaten as they defeated Palmer 45-14. Indian quarterback Bret Helton and receiver Donivan Harville played catch all night combining on touchdowns of 59, 12 and 38 yards.

Fort Collins 21 Mountain Range 20

The Lambkins rolled the dice and came up winners going for two at the end of a hard fought football game coming from behind to defeat Mountain Range. To win, Fort Collins marched eighty plus yards in the final three minutes for the score and conversion.

Mullen 38 Bear Creek 19

A balanced Mullen attack was too much for Bear Creek as the Mustangs defeated the Bears 38-18 Friday night. Running back Addie Brown had four scores with three on the ground and an interception return.

Regis 20 Chaparral 17

Regis came back from 14 down to defeat Chaparral 20-17 on an overtime touchdown run by Jordan Jungers. On the night Jungers posted 144 rush yards to pace the Raiders.

Denver East 23 Denver South 22

Denver East needed 14 4th quarter points to pull off 23-22 win over Denver South after falling behind at half to the Rebels. Isaiah Hendrix and Shahid Hoover combined for 178 rush yards while QB Kadeem Hendrix had three scores. With the win the Angels move to 4-1 on the season.

Around the State

Columbine 34 Chatfield 7

Pomona 48 Arvada West 14

Grandview 28 Cherry Creek 7

Arapahoe 38 Heritage 14

Valor Christian 52 Pueblo South 0

Montrose 36 Ponderosa14

Wheat Ridge 39 Green Mountain 6 Recommended Stories

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