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Varsity boys ice hockey team’s highlights against Chaparral High School.

One puck, 19 players.

Music blasts through the speakers as the Zamboni rides away, and the varsity team cruises onto the ice.

The Sabercats took on the Chaparral Wolverines at the Family Sports Center Jan. 20 for their most recent game of the season.

The Sabercat team consists of three different schools combined: Rock Canyon High School, Douglas County High School and the team sponsor, Castle View High School. 

The first period started strong with two goals, made by varsity forwards Maxx Menzies ‘24 and Steven Kannenberg ‘25, carrying Castle View into the lead. 

During the second period, each team made one goal, bringing the score to 3-1. Varsity defenseman Hayden Whitesell ‘24 scored the third goal with just 45 seconds left in the second period. The Wolverines scored five additional goals during the third and final period, resulting in a score of 6-3 L.

“It was devastating to lose to Chap after a close game for the most part. We broke down in the final minutes of the game. Although it was bad, I know the boys can bounce back,” varsity forward Steven Kannenberg ‘25 said.

Later in the week, the Sabercats were focused on the game that awaited against Monarch High School that Friday, Jan. 26. The team has already played Monarch twice this season, both losing 3-1 Nov. 18 and 4-1 Dec. 20.

“When we played them last, they were ranked number one in the state and the energy was electric,” varsity forward Maxx Menzies ‘24 said. “We know a team like Monarch will be eager to win so everyone is prepared to play their hardest.”

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