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Einspahr earns trip to state meet

dsc_0020-20The Arapahoe High School cross country team hosted the D-4 District Cross-Country Meet on Thursday, October 12.
The Arapahoe girls had two runners at the meet. Adrienne Einspahr placed fourth with a time of 22:58. Brianna Conn finished with a time of 29:46, placing her in 52nd.
The Arapahoe boys placed 14th as a team with 210 points. They had a cumulative time of 1:28:22. Isaac Goshert led the team with a 34th place finish and a time of 20:15. Fryderyk Sitnik finished with a time of 21:02, placing in 52nd. Tyler Kapperman and Jonah Shimmin placed 86th and 87th respectively. Kapperman had a time of 23:32, while Shimmin finished at 23:33. Dylan Jansen van Rensburg placed 97th with a time of 24:42. Tanner Deisley rounded out the team with a time of 29:42, placing in 119th.
Adrienne Einspahr will be Arapahoe’s lone representative at the 2017 State Cross-Country Meet. She will travel to the Kearney Country Club on Friday, October 20 to compete in the meet. Mirror File Photo

Warriors earn another football victory

The Arapahoe High School Warriors hosted the Hitchcock County Falcons for their final home game of the regular season on Friday, October 13. Gentry Anderson connected with Noah Koller for the first score of the game a few minutes in. Noah Koller took the 34-yard reception for a touchdown for an early 8-0 lead. Jacob Pruitt added the Warriors second score just over a minute later. Noah Koller had his second and third touchdowns to round out Arapahoe’s scoring in the first quarter. The first touchdown run was from four yards out, and the second was from six yards out. Arapahoe had a solid 28-0 lead after the first quarter. Jacob Eichenberger capped the Warriors scoring with a 25-yard touchdown run. Hitchcock County added two scores in the fourth quarter. Dionte Perkins and Darian Hutto each had touchdown runs. Arapahoe cruised to a 70-22 win. The Warriors are now 6-1 after their dominating win over Hitchcock County. They will be on the road for the final game of the regular season. Arapahoe will play at Eustis-Farnam on Thursday, October 19. The Warriors have wrapped up the D2-8 district title with their win over the Falcons. As of now, Arapahoe is sitting 12th in points in all of D2 with 41.8571.

Lady Warriors earn win over MV, fall in RPAC tourney

 The Arapahoe High School Lady Warriors began their week by playing a head-to-head match against Medicine Valley on Thursday, October 12. They then began play in the RPAC Tournament on Monday, October 16.
Arapahoe v Medicine Valley: Arapahoe started their week with a battle which would affect the D1-11 standings. The first set was back-and-forth throughout. The Lady Warriors could not quite put away the Raiders, but eventually took a 1-0 lead with a 27-25 win. The next two sets Arapahoe was in control. They won the second set 25-14, and the third 25-18. Arapahoe completed the 3-0 sweep. Arapahoe v Cambridge: The Lady Warriors faced a tough Cambridge team in the first round of the RPAC Tournament. The Trojans controlled the first two sets to take an early 2-0 lead. They won 25-15, 25-5. In the third set, Arapahoe gave Cambridge a battle until the end. Cambridge did just enough to escape with a win in the third set, 25-22. The Trojans advanced with the 3-0 sweep of Arapahoe.

 

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