Boys Wrestling Looks Forward to Growth in the Next Year

By Kyra Ferguson Wrestlers from Legend competed Feb. 15 in the regional competition in Colorado Springs to qualify for state. Senior Ty Mervin qualified, while senior Chris Enos, and sophomores Adam Aguilar and Kyle Stewart came close. After qualifying at regionals, Mervin competed at state wrestling tournament at the Pepsi Center on Feb. 21, and while he didn’t place, Mervin did well. “It went really well. I didn’t do as good, but it was an awesome experience. I’m glad I could do it.” Mervin said. Coach Nick Rider was pleased with how his team performed this season. “We have a … Continue reading Boys Wrestling Looks Forward to Growth in the Next Year

The Lady Titans’ Hoops Hopes

By Ashley Keller The Lady Titans hosted their first playoff game on Feb. 25, defeating Standley Lake 45-33.  The Lady Titans will play the Poudre Impalas at 6:30 p.m. today, Feb. 28. In their last regular season game, the Lady Titans defeated the Chaparral Wolverines 40-36 on Feb. 21. It was a tight battle with the game heating up after the second quarter when the teams were tied. By the end of the third quarter, Legend was headed to the win. In the game against Chaparral, point guard Kristen Gallagher, junior, was named player of the game with 8 points, … Continue reading The Lady Titans’ Hoops Hopes

Boys’ basketball defeats Loveland, 50-44

By Kyle Kercheval Headed into the 5A State Playoffs, the boys’ basketball team had dropped three straight, including a 70-52 loss to rival, Chaparral Wolverines. However, the blue and white got back to their winning ways, defeating Loveland in their first round contest at home, 50-44. While the Coliseum Crazies were quick to point out Legend’s size advantage, the Titans’ offense struggled to get the ball into the paint during the first quarter, with big man, senior Zach Mihlaicz, only totaling two points. However, as the game progressed, Legend’s offensive fluency improved dramatically as they never allowed the Indians to … Continue reading Boys’ basketball defeats Loveland, 50-44

Boys basketball falls to Chaparral

By Caleb Friginal The Wolverines and Titans have met four times in this up and coming rivalry, and not one of those games has been decided by more than six points. Last year’s meeting marked the first time Legend defeated Chap when they took down the Wolverines in the Coliseum behind a sold-out crowd. This year, the Wolverines came into the meeting with a chip on their shoulder, ready to prove that they were the best in Parker. And they did. Chaparral opened the game with a 9-0 run and never looked back, putting the Titans in a 13 point … Continue reading Boys basketball falls to Chaparral