BoCoPreps 10&10: Week 6

Jan. 22—Each full week of the winter season, BoCoPreps will highlight 10 teams and 10 athletes that had exceptional performances. While our staff will utilize multiple avenues to compile these lists, readers are encouraged to submit nominations to our email (

10 teams

Broomfield girls' swimming: The Eagles beat Fort Collins in a dual Wednesday, then finished fourth out of 27 teams at the Mustang Invite Saturday. In their dual win, Ellie Foulke and Myra Wherry each won two individual events.

Erie boys' wrestling: The Tigers finished fourth at the 30-team War Horse Wrestling Invitational at Chatfield Saturday. Hunter Waneka (132 pounds) and Carson Hageman (165s) won their brackets.

Fairview girls' swimming: The Knights won the 27-team Mustang Invitational Saturday, winning seven of the 12 events. Amelia Mason won the 100-yard freestyle (50.25 seconds) and 100 backstroke (55.34), Morgan Cady won the 500 freestyle (5:04.13), and Fairview claimed all three relays. Rounding out the top 10 there, Broomfield was fourth, Centaurus sixth, Monarch seventh and Holy Family 10th.

Frederick girls' basketball: The Golden Eagles cracked the 5A top 10 this week after pushing their winning streak to five. The No. 10 team beat Skyline, Thompson Valley and Severance by double digits last week.

Girls basketball: Coaches and Media poll

Legacy boys' basketball: The Lightning (7-6) have won three in a row, knocking off Erie and Broomfield last weekend. They are above .500 for the first time since they were 2-1 in early December.

Mead girls' basketball: After beating Centaurus by 40, the 5A No. 3 Mavericks (12-2) rallied to beat 4A No. 1 Holy Family Friday behind freshman Madi Clark's career-high 20 points. It was the program's first-ever win over the Tigers. The Mavs get another big test at 5A No. 5 Windsor Tuesday.

Girls basketball: Mead ends drought as it finally beats Holy Family

Mead girls' wrestling: The Mavericks won the 12-team Skyview Girls Invitational Saturday. Morgan McDonald (105 pounds), Grace Peck (115s), Ashley Booth (155s) all won their bracket.

Monarch boys' basketball: The Coyotes received votes in this week's 6A Coaches and Media poll after pushing their win streak to five last week. They rallied to win at Fossil Ridge behind 12 points apiece from Tyler Carlson and Graham Johnson, then took care of Mountain Range at home on the back of Evan Trujillo's 23 points.

Silver Creek girls' swimming: The Raptors won the six-team St. Vrain All City Meet Saturday. They got wins from Kaitlyn Vandenbos in the 50-yard freestyle (26.17 seconds) and Annika Sesselmann in the 200 IM (2:23.81) in individual events. They also won the 200 freestyle and medley relays.

Twin Peaks girls' basketball: The Timberwolves had won three straight coming into the week, kicking off play in the 3A/2A Foothills League with a 43-29 win over Poudre Community Academy. In it, Rayn Ndow went 10 for 10 from the field with 20 points. Ella Schauer added 13 on 6-for-8 shooting.

10 athletes

Jordan Bindseil, Longmont girls' swimming: She won the 100-yard freestyle (54.09 seconds) and 200 freestyle (2:00.62) at the St. Vrain All City Meet Saturday.

Kyle Blauch, Boulder boys' basketball: The senior had a monster double-double in Thursday's win over Northglenn, finishing with 25 points and 16 boards.

Joey Foot, Longmont boys' basketball: The sophomore returned from injury last week and scored 20 points on 10-of-15 shooting in a 69-32 win over Greeley West Friday.

Lorelai Frauenfelder, Holy Family girls' swimming: She won the 200 IM at the Mustang Invitational Saturday, touching in a 3A-best time of 2 minutes and 11.11 seconds.

Quinn Funk, Legacy boys' wrestling: The senior was the lone local champ at the Top of the Rockies wrestling tournament over the weekend, winning the 215-pound bracket with a pair of pins and two decisions.

Charlotte Heuer, Niwot girls' swimming: She won the 100-yard breaststroke (1:09.27) and 100 butterfly (1:01.12) at the St. Vrain All City Meet Saturday. She and Longmont's Bindseil were the only two swimmers to win two individual events.

Kaila Patterson, Longmont girls' basketball: In Friday's win over Greeley West, the junior hit a career-high eight 3s and scored 30 points. She had help, too. Look below.

Savannah Pohl, Longmont girls' basketball: The senior recorded her first triple-double, a basketball rarity, and even more so in the high school game. Friday, she finished with 15 points, 13 rebounds and 10 steals.

Mars Soto, Broomfield boys' wrestling: The heavyweight, now ranked second in 4A 285s, finished second at the Top of the Rockies Saturday, falling to a Nebraska wrestler in the finals. Centaurus' Xavier Valentin-Bradford, who is No. 1 in 5A, finished third.

Wrestling: Top of the Rockies provides upsets, bragging rights for local grapplers

Veronica Von Tersch, Holy Family girls' wrestling: She recorded three pins to win the 115-pound bracket at the DPI Girls Wrestling Invitational in Berthoud Saturday.