How CHSAANow’s Top 10 teams performed in week 10 – The Denver Post

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Class 5A

1. Valor Christian (10-0) vs. No.9 ThunderRidge, 52-21. Colton Allen threw two touchdown passes, Gavin Sawchuk (3) and Gabe Sawchuk (2) combined for five touchdowns, and the Eagles scored 45 points between the second and third quarters to win their seventh straight league championship. Next week: TBD

2. Cherry Creek (7-2) at Smoky Hill, 7 p.m. Friday. Next week: TBD

3. Legend (8-1) vs. Chaparral, 7 p.m. Friday. Next week: TBD

4. Arapahoe (8-2) lost in 6th Grandview, 32-13. The Warriors had to settle for a three-way division of the Centennial League 5A title after falling 18-0 down to Grandview and never got over it. Pyreese Miller and DJ Montoya both scored touchdowns. Next week: TBD

5. Ralston Valley (8-1) vs. Arvada West, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Next week: TBD

6. Grandview (8-2) won over # 4 Arapahoe, 32-13. Quarterback Liam Szarka opened the game with an 81-yard touchdown, Moosah Alsaffar amassed 134 yards on 24 carries and Wolves won a share of the 5A Centennial League crown in the coach’s first year. Tom Doherty at the helm. Next week: TBD

7. Regis Jesuit (7-3) won in Douglas County, 34-24. The Raiders scored two defensive touchdowns in a 20-point third quarter to turn a 17-7 halftime deficit into a 27-17 advantage, and Zavier Carroll put the game away. gap with a 32-yard touchdown run. Next week: TBD

8. Pomona (6-4) lost to Columbine, 20-6. The Panthers’ offer for an unbeaten 5A Jeffco League was dashed after Columbine took a 10-6 halftime lead and held them scoreless for the last two quarters. Next week: TBD

9. ThunderRidge (8-2) lost to No.1 Valor Christian, 52-21. Seth Frasier gave the Grizzlies a 7-0 lead with a 1-yard rush in the first quarter and found Chase Tompkins for the TD reception to tie things 14 halfway through the second. But the Grizzlies didn’t score again until late in the fourth quarter as Valor snatched 38 straight points to turn down the upset offer. Next week: TBD

10. Columbine (7-3) won at No.8 Pomona, 20-6. Second-year running back Josh Snyder ran for 138 yards and a touchdown, and Wesley Jones kicked two baskets to end Pomona’s four-game winning streak. Next week: TBD

Class 4A

1. Montrose (10-0) won over Ponderosa, 19-14. Blake Griffin made a pair of second-half touchdowns to open a game tied at 7 at halftime and finish an unbeaten regular season for the Indians. Next week: TBD

2. Dakota Ridge (10-0) won over Chatfield # 7, 29-28. Landon Giebler punched a 26-yard field goal with less than a minute to go as the Eagles recovered from 28-19 to enter the fourth quarter for their 16th straight regular-season victory. Quarterback Adam Graves threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more, the last of which took Dakota Ridge to two points with 10:33 to go. Next week: TBD

3. Erie (10-0) won against Windsor, 41-0. Caleb Theisen has found the end zone four times and Blake Barnett twice as the Tigers claimed their 10th consecutive double-digit victory after scoring over 40 points for the eighth time this season. Next week: TBD

4. Loveland (8-1) v Grand Junction Central, 7 p.m. Friday. Next week: TBD

5. Palmer Ridge (9-1) won at No. 9 Vista Ridge, 41-0. QB Derek Hester and WR Anthony Costanzo hung on for a pair of touchdowns in a 20-0 first half, and Costanzo scored a third TD on a KC Fackerell assist in the second half as the Bears dominated from start to finish. Next week: TBD

6. Pine Creek (8-2) won over Doherty, 56-13. Josiah Roy threw four touchdown passes, while Zion Hill and Justis Nicholson both found the end zone twice in a dominant 42-7 first half that decided the game. Next week: TBD

7. Chatfield (7-3) lost to No. 2 Dakota Ridge, 29-28. Mason Lowe and Jake Marschall both had a pair of touchdowns, but the Chargers were held scoreless in the fourth quarter as Dakota Ridge came back from a nine-point deficit to wipe out Chatfield’s title hopes. Next week: TBD

8. Fountain-Fort Carson (9-1) won over Coronado, 42-21. Tavian Tuli racked up four touchdown passes and the Trojans earned their seventh straight victory to end a league 4A Southern 2 unbeaten run. Next week: TBD

9. Vista Ridge (6-3) lost to No.5 Palmer Ridge, 41-0. Wolves’ offense was shut out for the first time this season in their second loss in three games. Next week: TBD

10. Golden (8-2) won at Bear Creek, 41-27. The Demons rebounded from back-to-back losses eclipsing 40 points for the fourth time this season. QB Jazel Riley IV was on all six touchdowns (four assists, two rushes) and found Josh Torrey for three touchdown receptions. Next week: TBD

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