Windsor Wizards Roundup for March 25
March 25, 2018
Greeley — Windsor stayed unbeaten on the season with a 6-0 win over Greeley West on Saturday.
The Wizards (3-0-1) kept the pressure on, but Spartan’s coach Laura Knudsen-Weimer said her team could have played better.
“We allowed them too much space and didn’t put enough pressure on them,” she said.
West has a trio of games next week, starting Tuesday at Fossil Ridge. The Wizards have next week off before heading to Loveland to play Mountain View on April 2.
Track and Field
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Platte Valley, Eaton compete in Runners Roost: In Fort Collins, Eaton’s girls scored 51 points to place fifth at the 20-team meet. Platte Valley (18) was 14th, and Windsor (13) was 17th in the girls standings.
Windsor boys (44.83) were seventh in the 22-team standings. Platte Valley (32.33) was 11th, and Eaton (2) was 22nd.
Jacey Reinert won the girls 200 (26.07) and was second (12.82) in the girls 100.
Eaton’s quartet of Jennifer Jarnagin, Lainee Hauer, Ryanne Ehlers and Michaela Hill won the 800 sprint medley (1:56.24).
Reds jumper Alexis Lamoreaux was second in girls triple jump (34′ 6″).
Platte Valley’s Zach Waite was second in the boys 400 (51.42), just ahead of teammates Sebastian Zehnder (52.3) and Brendan Bunting (52.38).
Windsor’s Brett Freitag was second in the boys 300 hurdles (41.21) and 110 hurdles (15.56).
The Wizards’ quartet of Jaedyn Traut, Kenneth Sleeth, Marcus Vess and Wyett Adams won the 400 relay (45.42).
— Staff reports
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