Kyle Lukasiewicz started the season off showing his smooth shooting stroke from the line and the Warriors outrebounded the Rams 39-19 to secure a victory.
Kyle was 17 of 19 from the line and 3 of 5 from distance to pace the Warriors to a season-opening win. Kyle finished with 36 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals in the win. Also scoring were Will Otten (12), Ben Timmons (10), Jared Johnson (6), Drew Hayes (6) and Josh Chaney (4).
The Arapahoe team pounded Rampart on the glass, with nine Arapahoe players grabbing rebounds (12 on the offensive end). Arapahoe also ticked 10 assists on their 25 made baskets.
Arapahoe will play Rock Canyon (61-19 winners over Loveland) at 7:30 pm Friday, December 2.
Dear Alma Mater now we sing to thee.
A symbol brave and strong you'll always be
Our pride in you will ever grow.
'cause that's the spirit of Arapahoe!
Warrior Fans show a little Griffin love against Heritage
Matt "Above the Rim" Glasscock goes for the slamma jamma
Ryan puts on his game face for the East game
The Warriors were Team Strong against Columbine in 2nd round of playoffs
The Warrior Family standing proud in the playoffs vs Castle View
Toms get down during the Mullen game!
Showing a little Warrior Love! Priceless!
Toms get a leg up on the Holidays at the Ponderosa game!
What an Honor!
Congratulations to the following Warrior Boys Basketball team members who were inducted into the National Honor Society
Dylan Van Denend
Proof that Arapahoe High School promotes intelligence on and off the court. Well done gentlemen!
Arapahoe High School's chapter of National Honor Society considers for membership juniors who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and seniors who have a GPA of 3.25 or higher. In addition to scholarly achievement, applicants must also demonstrate a history of service, leadership, and outstanding character.
You simply must read this storyby Denver Post writer Anthony Cotton about our Arapahoe Unified Cheer Squad. Uplifting moves, champion spirit by Anthony Cotton in The Denver Post
Anthony Cotton writes about our own Unified Cheer Squad and details Arapahoe's loving embrace of special-needs kids within our school community. This article will make you proud and bring an inspirational tear to your eye as you read about the joy this program brings it's members and how it enriches our entire community. The story is about a 4 member cheer squad that includes Caley Elliot, Lyndsay Gunnell, Alana Bouman, and Karly Means. You simply must read this and then thank Mr. Cotton and The Denver Post for such a beautiful article about the cool things happening at Arapahoe High School.
"It just makes me really, really happy inside and out" said Caley Elliot
Thanks for taking the time to Give Back Warriors!
Over 26 players / students from the boys and girls teams showed up to deliver and sort bags and bags of canned food, fruit juice and paper products for Meals on Wheels
A BIG thank you for everyone in the community who helped make this a successful event! Great job Warriors!
Check out the pics below!
Can't catch the game?
No Worries...get a DVD of the game and watch it when you can!
To purchase your own DVDs of games (individual games, entire season, half season, etc.) from Gallant Productions, click here for Varsity order form or click here for JV order form.
Arapahoe helps MEALS ON WHEELS
This year Arapahoe is proud to continue our relationship with the local chapter of Meals on Wheels.
Their latest need was for paper goods to give to their over 300 meal recipients. The Arapahoe Basketball Program and their families came out in force and provided car loads of paper products just in time for the holidays.
Please contact DD Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to support this worthy organization.