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Girls Golf Overview

Girls Golf is a CHSAA 5A competitive, tryout Spring sport, while Boys Golf competes in the Fall. If you want to tryout for the team, please consider the following information. Because of the difficulty of obtaining tee times at most of the golf courses, the number of players on the team is limited to 11.

Volleyball Overview

Volleyball is a CHSAA 5A competitive/tryout Fall sport. Lakewood’s volleyball team has won the Jeffco League several times in the past few years and has consistently competed in the regional and state play-offs. At LHS, there are four teams – Varsity, Junior Varsity, Level 3 and Level 4. Team members are selected based on skill, attitude, experience and

Gymnastics 2015 Season Recap

The 2016 Lady Tigers placed 9th at the Region 2 Regional Meet Two members qualified for the State Meet: Kiki Neff placed 4th on Bars, 7th Floor and 5th All-Around (37.00) Carley Schnabel placed 2nd on Vault; 7th Bars, 8th Beam and 7th All-Around (36.75) At the State Meet, Kiki Neff took 8th place in

LHS XC History

JEFFCO LEAGUE   Boys League Championships: 1960, 1962, 1968 Girls League Championships: 1993 STATE The history of Lakewood High School XC teams and individuals from 1967 – 2015. Note: Earlier information probably is incomplete – source Classifications – source The Denver Post 1951 – 1955     No classification 1956 – 1960     Division I,

Boys Place Third at State 2015

The boys track team finished 3rd at the 2015 State Meet, led by the outstanding performances of these boys: 1st place by Braden Smith (long jump) 2nd by Noah Riley (1600m) 2nd JR Moala (Shot Put) 3rd by Brock Miller (400m) 4th Brock Miller (200m).

2013-14 Season Highlights

2013-14 Team Highlights Season Record: 15-10-0 All Conference 1st Team – Evan O’Dorisio 2nd Team – Kolton Peterson, Guy Young Honorable Mention – Irhad Kozic, Fox Maikovich Four Letters Same Sport: Diego Jimminez, Fox Maikovich, Guy Young Captains: Irhad Kozic, Evan O’Dorisio, Guy Young College Letter of Intent Signers: Evan O’Dorisio, St. Olaf College, Minnesota; Guy