Sports briefs: Bad Dogs pick up 10 1st-place finishes in Delta |

Sports briefs: Bad Dogs pick up 10 1st-place finishes in Delta

With a week remaining until the Colorado All-State Wrestling Tournament in Castle Rock, the Craig Bad Dogs youth wrestling team was able to get in more mat time with a weekend trip to Delta.

The Bad Dogs had 10 wrestlers take home first-place finishes at the Saturday meet.

Kaden Hixson, Laaden Rothermund, Greg Hixson, Corbin Beck, Spencer Brown, Mikinzie Klimper, Mikey Bingham, Shandon Hadley, Devon Pontine and Thomas Baker finished first.

John Quintana, Cody Baker, Dagan White, Jake Shelton, Daniel Harding and Stelios Peroulis had second-place finishes, while Anthony Duran, Colton Hall, Issik Herod, John Peroulis and TJ Shelton had third-place finishes.

Drew Rothermund, Elias Peroulis and Devlyn Mosman had fourth-place finishes.

Gatorade names state soccer player of the year

The Gatorade Corporation, in collaboration with ESPN Rise, named Broomfield High School's Cole Chapleski its 2009-10 Gatorade Colorado Boys Soccer Player of the Year.

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Chapleski also is a finalist for Gatorade's National Boys Soccer Player of the Year award.

The senior midfielder/forward recorded 21 goals and 17 assists during the fall soccer season, leading the Broomfield Eagles (18-1) to the Class 4A state semifinals.

Chapleski, who has been named as a 4A first-team member three times, also was named The Denver Post Player of the Year and the Colorado High School Soccer Coaches Association Class 4A Player of the Year.

In his high school career, Chapleski netted 65 goals with 50 assists.

He also has maintained a 3.71 grade-point average and signed a letter of intent to continue his soccer career in the fall at the University of Denver.

"Cole Chapleski's a phenomenal player," said Mike Goyden, head coach of rival Liberty High School in a news release. "He's just a force to be reckoned with. He's a great player, has a great attitude and is a dominant force because of his size."

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