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ARAPAHOE WINTER SPORTS PREVIEW


Warriors Basketball Team Mixes Youth and Experience for 2022-2023 Season


Following a 6-17 a year ago, John Strand and the Arapahoe Warriors return a nice core including four starters. Amongst that group is Ander Wasenius, a senior guard who averaged eight points, four boards, and two assists per game last year. The other three returning starters for Arapahoe include senior Cooper Wendland, six points per game, junior Campbell Shutz at seven points per game, and sophomore guard, Trenton Roskop.


Strand had this to say about his group ahead of the season. "Ander Wasenius and Campbell Schutz have both shown the ability to have big games, but we need them to be more consistent with their scoring this year. Trenton Roskop did a great job running the offense last year as a freshman, but this year we will be counting on him to become more of a scorer as well as being able to run the offense. We should be a pretty athletic bunch that is on the court this year, so we will try to push the ball and make it an up-tempo game."


Arapahoe begins the season on Thursday, December 1st at Overton.


Warrior Girl's Basketball Team Preps for Season


For the Arapahoe Girl's Basketball team, they look to build off of a 13-10 season. They will have to do it though with a mix of veterans and younger players. A couple of players for Arapahoe to watch are Emerson Swanson, a senior, Second Team RPAC East selection and Berkley Warner, a junior, an Honorable Mention RPAC East selection. Swanson averaged nine points and four assists, and Warner at nine points, six rebounds per game.


Head Coach of the Warriors Preston Blackmore said addressing the depth of the team is a priority. "We will be looking for some girls to step up to help with our depth. We will be working to get better every day so we're playing our best basketball come February."


Arapahoe begins the season on Thursday, December 1st at Overton.


Arapahoe Wrestling Team gets Ready for Season


It will be a new look Arapahoe Wrestling team as they graduated six seniors with nearly 500 wins in their career. Head coach of the Warriors Brandon Mues will look to some new leaders for his squad. Corbin Carpenter, a junior who went 23-18, Rafe Hill a junior, who went 21-10 will be athletes to watch for this season. Sophomore Grayson Koller will be another Warrior to watch.


Arapahoe will begin the season on Thursday, December 1st at Loomis.


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