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Ice Hockey

Mustangs 2019-2020 Ice Hockey Team
The Mustangs are part of a state sport that was first sanctioned in 1976, suffered a lull in participation for a bit, then worked toward a resurgence that continues today. There will be 36 teams in the 2019-20 season, four more than in the previous two-year cycle. The Mustangs’ home games will be played at the Edge Ice Arena in Littleton and they are in the Highlands 4A Conference along with Kent Denver, Colorado Academy, Air Academy, Rampart and Liberty.

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  • 2019-2020 Roster

    No., Player, Yr., Pos.
    1, Alex Covi, Sr., G
    2, Robby Witwer, Jr., F
    3, Nick Gilbert, Jr., F
    4, Eoin Canavan, Jr., D
    5, Coleman Guthrie, Sr., F
    6, Peter Osborne, Sr., F
    7, Leo Mansfield, Fr., F
    8, Aidan Cashman, Jr., D
    10, Riley Watters, Jr., F
    12, Ben McManus, Jr., D
    13, Thomas Oancia, Sr., F
    14, Andrew DeBerardinis, So., F
    17, Larry Simons, Jr., F
    18, Ian MacDougall, Jr., F
    19, Amos Mills, Jr., D
    20, Alex Hertlein, Sr., F
    22, Kevin McGuire, Sr., F
    24, Jake Truell, Fr., D
    28, Jeff Witwer, Fr., F
    29, J.C. Carter, So., F
    32, Connor Mahon, Sr., G

Mustangs in the News

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  • Candice Walls joins Mullen sports

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs' new Director of Sports Performance comes with considerable credentials, even bigger appetite for becoming a part of the high-school ranks.
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  • Are you ready for some football?

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    In a reversal, the level's most-popular game, field hockey and sideline spirit got the go-ahead late Wednesday; districts and individual schools to make decisions to play or wait until the spring.
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  • Photo by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Photographer

    Conflicting times, conflicting reports

    By The MBN
    On the day the Colorado High School Activities Association elects not to change its COVID-19-modified sports calendar, the National Federation of State High School Association's executive director urged the country to 'never say never' for fall sports, performing arts. 
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Photos by John Leyba