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4-11 Spring Roundup

By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
'Stangs girls win 2-0 on the pitch; girls lacrosse falls late; girls tennis swept; and bys swim and dive fares well in Thornton.
Mullen scored twice in the first half on Monday and the Mustangs made them stand as they took a 2-0 road victory over George Washington in Class 4A nonleague girls soccer.

The Mustangs leveled their record at 4-4. GW is 4-2.

Brooklynn Rich and Riley Guetz scored for Mullen.

Kate Vezzani and Elizabeth McDermott had the assists.

The Mustangs will return to the Centennial League schedule for the next five matches, two this week – they will host Smoky Hill on Tuesday, April 12, and head to Overland in Aurora on Thursday, April 14, both at 4:30 p.m.

Mullen  2   0  --  2

George Washington  0   0  -- 0

Mullen goals – Brooklyn Rich, Riley Guetz.

Mullen assists – Kate Vezzani, Elizabeth McDermott.
Girls Lacrosse

The Mustangs lost a nail-biter at home to Palmer Ridge, 11-10 in nonleague at Brother Bernard Kinneavy De La Salle Stadium.

Mullen overcame deficits of four goals early and six in the second half before earning a tie at 10 down the stretch. Palmer Ridge went ahead with 1:39 to play and got the draw before Mullen defense regained possession.

However, the Mustangs misfired with 2 seconds to play.

Mullen, now 3-4, received three goals each by Charlie Beck and Haley Vanek.

The Mustangs will return to 5A East League play on Wednesday, April 13, at Denver East 5:30 p.m.

Mullen goals – Charlie Beck 3, Haley Vanek 3, J.J. Johnson 2, Stella Geffre, Jordan Weber.

Mullen assists – Evie Beck, J.J. Johnson, Haley Vanek.

Mullen saves – Maggie Martinez 10.
Girls Tennis

The Mustangs were swept 7-0 by visiting D’Evelyn in nonleague girls tennis.

Mullen is 2-3 in duals.

D’Evelyn won each line in straight sets.

The Mustangs will return to Centennial League play on Tuesday, April 12, at Cherokee Trail in Aurora, 3:30 p.m.

No. 1 singles – Grace Li def. Lexi Yost 6-2, 6-2.

No. 2 singles – Evelyn Oltmans def. Marin Smith 6-0, 6-1.

No. 3 singles – Sofia Cieslewicz def. Savanna Hanley 6-4, 6-3.

No. 1 doubles – Anna Day-Maria Christoffersen def. Madeline Crites-Paige Nielsen 6-1, 6-4.

No. 2 doubles – Cheranne Wang-Maisy Schoeman def. Aubryanne Leugers-Renee Hoyt 6-2, 6-1.

No. 3 doubles – Karina Li-Sarah Cook def. Lauren Wallace-Claire Lenich 6-1, 6-0.

No. 4 doubles – Mariah Dean-Kate Davis def. Avery Walters-Grace Brouillette 6-3, 6-0.
Boys Swim & Dive

In Thornton, the Mustangs took third place as a team in the recent Five Star Relays at the Veterans Memorial Aquatics Center.

Mullen totaled 294 points behind Fossil Ridge 732 and Legacy 668. Horizon had 180 for fourth.

The novel relays, which offer a break from the regular format, contained 11 assorted races for teams.  

The Mustangs’ best finish occurred in the 200-yard medley relay in which Noah Mooney, Austin Linn, Henry Montgomery, James Galligan were runners-up in 1 minute, 41.99 seconds.

Below are Mullen’s top finishes in each race:


Team Scores – Fossil Ridge 732, Legacy 668, Mullen 394, Horizon 280.

200-yard Medley Relay – 2. Noah Mooney, Austin Linn, Henry Montgomery, James Galligan, 1:41.99.

800 Freestyle Relay – 6. Jack Krza, John Rodriguez, Louie Roth, Ian McGlashen, 8:49.66.

400 Individual Medley Relay – 3. Austin Linn, Noah Mooney, Henry Montgomery, James Galligan, 3:53.21.

200 Freestyle Relay – 5. Jack Krza, Louie Roth, John Rodriguez, Oliver Valdez, 1:42.61.

200 Butterfly Relay – 5. James Galligan, Ben Hoody, Noah Johnson, Ian McGlashan, 1:50.50.

400 Medley Relay – 3. Noah Mooney, Henry Montgomery, Austin Linn, Oliver Valdez, 3:53.85.

500 Freestyle Relay – 6. Ben Hoody, Ian McGlashan, Jack Krza, Noah Johnson, 4:57.06.

200 Backstroke Relay – 4. Noah Mooney, John Rodriguez, Louie Roth, Oliver Valdez, 2:01.01.

200 Breaststroke Relay – 5. Austin Linn, Sam Ficsor, Noah Johnson, Henry Montgomery, 2:13.14.

200 Rotating Medley Relay – 3. Ian McGlashan, Jack Krza, Oliver Valdez, Ben Hoody, 1:54.99.

400 Freestyle Relay – 6. John Rodriguez, Sam Ficsor, Noah Johnson, Louie Roth, 4:07.23.