Jeffco standout performers for the week of Jan. 17

Posted 1/16/19

Marissa Chatman, Wheat Ridge The senior scored a double-double, with 10 rebounds and 17 points, in what was an eventual loss to Standley Lake, 47-42, on Jan. 11. Aneus Olsen, Arvada High The guard …

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Jeffco standout performers for the week of Jan. 17

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Marissa Chatman,

Wheat Ridge

The senior scored a double-double, with 10 rebounds and 17 points, in what was an eventual loss to Standley Lake, 47-42, on Jan. 11.

Aneus Olsen,

Arvada High

The guard was part of the trio of seniors that helped ensure the Bulldogs won the Jan. 10 game against Aurora West College Prep, 63-38. Olsen served as his team’s best long-range threat, draining three 3-pointers as part of his 14-point performance.

Caleb Clark,

Faith Christian

The 6’1” sophomore likely has a bright future on the court. He only took three shots in his team’s Jan 11 drubbing of conference opponent Stargate School, 74-44. But all three shots, including two from beyond the arc, went in.

Girls varsity relay teams,

Golden High

The relay teams won the Jan. 11 Jeffco 4A relay team competition. Golden girls swam to first place in the 200 free and 400 free relays, and second in the 200 medley.

Maddie Phillips,

Green Mountain

The 6’2” junior put up 10 points, and came down with 10 rebounds in the Rams’ 67-32 home conference win against Golden.

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