2022

Mustangs in the news

  • March

    v ‘Stangs on all-Centennial

    Freelon, Gallegos and Perez make all-league for girls; J. Leslie and Lopez named in boys.

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  • Mustangs drop opener

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    ‘Stangs autumn i-0 to Lutheran on the road in nonleague.

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  • ‘Stangs stopped in opener

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen girls autumn fifteen-vii at Air Academy in nonleague; Vanek gets iv goals.

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  • iii-16 Spring Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    ‘Stangs plate 7 tardily runs to win on the route; boys lacrosse falls in California.

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  • 3-12 Spring Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    ‘Stangs baseball sweeps Erie at home afterward schedule change; boys lax falls to defending Colorado gnaw.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Mullen’s 4 on the floor

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mustangs win a quaternary sequent 4A title, 44-38 over previously undefeated Windsor; team was 78-23 over the span; 19 playoff victories in succession; seniors step up confronting adversity and solve the Wizards downward the stretch; 5th girls title in command for Coach Cawley.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    ‘Stangs blast Rams

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen’s defense force is as well much for Greenish Mountain in a 55-25 4A semifinals victory; Mustangs take won 18 playoff games in a row; next is the championship game on Saturday against Windsor; Freelon, Gallegos and Perez again lead the manner.

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  • Hannah Giacomin, Student-Athlete of the Calendar week


    High-school sports:
    Basketball (shooting guard) and golf (state-placer).




    What I’ve done lately:

    Helped the Mustangs to the Grade 4A final four; Thursday matchup confronting Light-green Mountain at the Denver Coliseum.




    Course-point boilerplate:
    3.5.




    Class:
    Senior.

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  • O’Blia, Howes height all-league

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Two-fourth dimension champion Dale O;Blia and head coach John Howes pinnacle viii Mullen entries on all-Centennial League wrestling for 2021-22.

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  • Spring ’22: Common cold, snow and opening twenty-four hour period are hither

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    Boys swim and dive began terminal week; Thursday, baseball game, girls golf, boys and girls lacrosse, girls soccer, girls tennis, and rails and field go their turns; Mullen interests are expert in multiple sports.

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  • Mullen girls plough 17

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mustangs win their 17th consecutive playoff, 59-27 over Roosevelt; 3-time-defending champs’ Large Iii plays in final home game at The Hutch; semis matchup on Thursday is next at the celebrated Denver Coliseum.

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  • Spring ’22: Swim with ‘Stangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Boys swim and dive under new management and beginning in the spring for Mullen.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    ‘Stangs run over in Sweet 16

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    No. 46 Mullen falls to No. 3 Chaparral 63-51, just its late-season showing made for an interesting finish.

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  • Alina Antillon, Student-Athlete of the Week


    Loftier-schoolhouse sport:
    Wrestling (136-pounder who competed in four sequent finals bouts, the past two that were sanctioned).




    What I’ve done lately:

    Recently won the 136 championship in its 2nd season recognized for girls. She was 41-0 with 41 pins and only 1 bout went into a second period. For her career, including 2 unsanctioned titles at the same weight and a sanctioned runner-upwardly, she was an impressive 104-3.




    Grade-signal average:
    4.2.




    Class:
    Senior.

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    Fun facts about a fun run

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    No. 46 Mullen has attained new 5A highs with its two victories; ‘Stangs will take on host Chaparral in Parker in the Sugariness xvi,

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Sweet win in Sweetness sixteen

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen keeps rolling with a 77-31 blowout of Berthoud; defense and passing the biggest keys; ‘Stangs will host No. seven Roosevelt on Fri, 6 p.m., in the 4A quarters.

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  • February

    Photos by John Leyba

    No. 46 Mullen does it … again

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    The Mustangs continue to come up through past knocking off No 14 Doherty 61-46. The unlikely bracket-busters have earned a chance for more actress basketball — vs. No. 3 Chaparral on Midweek, March 2.

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    ‘Stangs too much for Cougars

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Managing director

    Mullen blitzes Coronado 71-xviii in the 2nd circular of the 4A playoffs; 15th postseason win in a row; Mustangs will host Berthoud Tuesday in the Sweet 16.

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  • Dale O’Blia, Pupil-Athlete of the Week




    High-school sport:
    Wrestling (undefeated ii-time Class 3A 106-pound Colorado champion).




    What I’ve done lately:

    Won his 2d consecutive championship the past weekend at Ball Arena – was 44-0 for the 2021-22 flavor, 61-0 in his career. Too helped lead the team to a fourth-identify finish.




    Course-point average:
    four.one.




    Form:
    Sophomore.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    No. 46 ‘Stangs eliminate No. 19 Eagles

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Senior Ethan Heffern drills eight 3-pointers every bit Mullen whips host Broomfield 59-38 in the 1st round of the 5A playoffs; Mullen advances to the 2nd circular at Doherty on Saturday.

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  • Photo by John Leyba

    Class 4A girls bracket

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Manager

    The 48-squad outlay for the playoffs; Mullen, the 3-time-defending Colorado champion, is the No. ii seed.

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  • Photo by John Leyba

    Grade 5A boys bracket

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Managing director

    The 48-team outlay for the playoffs; Mullen is the No 46 seed.

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  • Alina Antillon caps vivid career

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Senior wins at 136 for a 41-0 flavor, a four-year mark of 104-3 and a career to retrieve.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Extra hoops for ‘Stangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Mullen easily handles Highlands Ranch to 67-52 to secure a 5A postseason spot; bracket to be released Lord’s day; await a 1st-rounder on Wed.

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  • Photos by Brad Cochi CHSAA

    ii-18 Winter Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    ‘Stangs, withal in the squad chase, send three to the 3A finals; girls basketball wins fifth in a row and completes regular flavor; boys hoops gets key victory to stay within postseason race.

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  • O’Blia wins again; ‘Stangs 4th

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    Soph Dale O’Blia wins again at 3A 106 and is 61-0 for his career; Linares (132) and Valdez-Lemos (170) are runners-up; Troni (170) takes 3rd.

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  • Photo by John leyba

    Cawley wins Sanders Laurels

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Longtime girls basketball bus Frank Cawley is the Dave Sanders Colorado Coach Award winner; featured in Mile High Sports Magazine.

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  • Mat matters back in Denver

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Equally the Colorado tournament returned after a COVID stint in Pueblo, Mullen boys advanced 4 to the 3A quarterfinals and senior Alina Antillon kept her quick footstep.

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  • 2-16 Basketball Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    ‘Stangs’ girls cut loose confronting Eaglecrest in a 58-38 victory headed by Freelon; boys hang for a bit before being diddled out by Raptors 61-45.

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  • Alyssa Terry, Student-Athlete of the Week




    Loftier-schoolhouse sports:
    .Swimming (freestyler and relay-team member, state-qualifer) and volleyball (centre blocker and hitter).




    What I’ve done lately:

    Helped a couple of relay teams compete at the Class 4A Colorado see.




    Grade-bespeak average:
    iii.7.




    Class:
    Senior.

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  • Inaugural to finish …

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Basketball staring at last regular-season games; ice hockey falls at dwelling, finale will be Thursday.

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  • Mission: Championship

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    Mullen boys fix to challenge for their first wrestling championship; Fab five lead the way; O’Blia yet undefeated; Alina Antillon a favorite in girls; action starts Th.

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  • 2-12 Winter Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Height ‘Stangs sending 9 boys and a girl to state wrestling; girls hoopers gaining momentum, boys struggling; water ice hockey drops a pair; girls swim and dive wraps up flavor.

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  • ‘Stangs add some other big-leaguer

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    New caput autobus Phil Stanford welcomes one-time Colorado Rockies OF Cory Sullivan; he’ll join other staff members, including Jason Hirsch, a former Rockies hurler.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Ethan Heffern, Educatee-Athlete of the Calendar week



    High-school sport:


    Basketball.


    What I’ve done lately:
    Recently provided a spark to assist the Mustangs knock off Smoky Hill in the Centennial League and remain in the Class 5A playoff chase.


    Course-point average:
    three.3


    Class:
    Senior.

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  • Winter’due south stretch run is here

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    Decorated remainder of week, first postseason play.

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  • ‘Stangs tin can’t climb Aspen

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Late push button comes up curt in four-2 loss; Mansfield, Witwer provide goals.

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  • 2-5 Winter Roundup

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    Dobson, Dooley and Mansfield lead ‘Stangs to a meaningful necktie; girls swim and dive completes ‘A’ league, 4A finals are side by side.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    ‘Stangs take a thriller

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen outlasts Smoky Hill 79-78 in 2OT; snaps 7-game Centennial losing streak and stays in the 5A playoff hunt.

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  • Beckie Mutz joins ‘Stangs staff

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Longtime coach now in command of Mullen boys swim and dive; familiar face brings wealth of knowledge and experience.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Mullen rolls Smoky Hill

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mustangs blow out Buffaloes 73-27 in league; victory snaps 2-game losing streak and stretch of four losses in vii games; Freelon returns from injury.

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  • ‘Stangs roll a 7 on signing day

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    5 in football and 2 in boys lacrosse make for a fortunate course.

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  • Sportswomen to laurels two ‘Stangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Senior trackster Agur Dwol and tennis’ Lauren Manwiller, now a college frosh, to exist honored in organization;’s 48th year.

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  • January

    Moore listed among national aristocracy

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    Senior Trevor Moore listed past MaxPreps and Collegiate Baseball as one of the top U.S. schoolboys; Stanford signee will lead Mustangs in preseason practice on Feb. 28.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    ‘Stangs humbled past Wolves

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Manager

    Mullen suffers 33-signal loss to Grandview in the Centennial League, team’southward worst in 4 seasons.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    i-29 Winter Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen boys hoops
    thisclase
    in 66-64 loss; wrestlers, behind O’Blia and Valdez-Lemos, catch 3rd at Bear Creek tourney; water ice hockey falls on road in Colorado Springs.

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  • Carter Hill, Student-Athlete of the Week




    Loftier-school sport:
    Ice hockey (defenseman) and soccer (goalie).




    What I’ve done lately:

    Seasoned defenseman is having his best flavor to appointment.




    Grade-point average:
    4.5.




    Class:
    Senior.

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  • 1-27 Basketball Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    ‘Stangs girls go beat out at their own game in 54-45 setback to Arapahoe; boys turn it over repeatedly in 69-43 whipping.

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  • ‘Stangs aren’t in Kansas anymore, only left as 6th

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Managing director

    O’Blia, Antillon, Linares and Troni are champs as Mullen shines out of state; Mustangs continue high-end season rolling.

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  • ‘Stangs override RV … again

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Mullen beats Rastoin Valley a 2d time, 49-38, to move to 11-iv; important meeting at Arapahoe on Th; Perez, Schwertner and Jones stand out in nonleague.

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  • Mullen drops a roadie down south

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Mustangs fall 8-2 to Rampart; Rams squeeze off 56 shots.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Mullen girls working toward comeback

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    ‘Stangs display strong defense and flashes of losing their offensive problems; Schwertner and Perez lead the way.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Raptors too much for ‘Stangs

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    High-flying Eaglecrest rolls Mullen; ‘Stangs’ skid reaches 4 in a row.

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  • ‘Stangs headed to Kansas

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen one of 22 teams in Overland Park for Blue Valley NW Husky Invitational; latest OTM rankings.

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  • 1-19 Basketball Roundup

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    Mullen girls use 2nd-half surge to roll Cherokee Trail; boys fall to Cougars 64-56 in 2OT.

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  • Allison Schwertner, Student-Athlete of the Week




    High-school sport:
    Basketball (guard-forward).




    What I’ve washed lately:

    Scored a career-high 16 points with iii 3-pointers in Wednesday’s 65-35 whipping of Cherokee Trail every bit the Mustangs moved to ix-4 overall.




    Form-point boilerplate:
    four.three.




    Class:
    Sophomore.

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  • Jeremy Heil joins staff

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Old Chatfield assistant and father of senior Jaxon is Mullen;due south new defensive coordinator.

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  • second-half trouble for ‘Stangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Overland goes for a 47-point second half in a 68-51 defeat of Mullen in the Centennial League; Mustangs fall to 5-7, i-three.

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  • Fab v ‘Stangs quaternary in Florence

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen takes 4th at the rugged Mel Smith Invitational; unique trip to a Kansas tourney is adjacent.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    ‘Stangs tin can’t handle Valor

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Raegan Beers leads Eagles with 35 points in a 62-51 victory; Mullen hadn’t lost consecutive games in Colorado since February 2018.

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  • ‘Stangs come upwardly short against powerful Buffs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Diasselliss, J. Leslie assist keep Mullen within range; squad is 5-6 overall, 1-2 in the Centennial League; Overland is next, on Saturday.

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  • Noah Linares, Student-Athlete of the Week



    High-schoolhouse sport:


    Wrestling (132-pounder, ranked No. 2 in Class 3A, 14-4 in 2021-22; finished third at 3A 126 the previous season).




    What I’ve done lately:

    Finished third at 132 the by weekend at the higher-finish Cheyenne Mount Classification Clash.




    Form-point average:
    3.viii.




    Class:
    Senior.

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  • Wrestlers curlicue Overland

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    ‘Stangs boss forfeit-filled Centennial League dual; Mullen wins 54-15; Strong tourney in Florence is next; latest On The Mat Rankings included.

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  • Dwol sets best Colorado best

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen senior goes 42-0.75 in the triple bound; it’s the best in the U.S. so far this season and surpassed a 19-year mark past well-nigh a foot.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Mullen overcomes a Legend

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Managing director

    Mustangs open a 3-game calendar week with a 51-twoscore victory over the Titans at home in nonleague; record is leveled at 5-5.

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  • 1-8 Roundup

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    O’Blia leads ‘Stangs in Colorado Springs; ice hockey 0-2 in the hills.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    Cherry-red Creek edges ‘Stangs tardily

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen can’t hang late in 64-57 loss in the Centennial League.

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  • Photos by John Leyba

    ‘Stangs taken down by Ruddy Creek

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    Apartment Mullen handled by Bruins 43-34; Mustangs go entire second half without a basket.

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  • ‘Stangs on the water ice board

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Data Director

    Mullen snaps a 7-game losing streak with a half-dozen-3 victory over Air Academy; Leo Mansfield and Lucas Nafe each score twice.

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  • Lopez, ‘Stangs grind out victory

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Senior Josh Lopez makes 10-of-10 free throws in 43-37 road victory over Grandview in Aurora to open the Centennial League.

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  • Mustangs erase 12-twelvemonth skid

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    Mullen handles Grandview 58-46 in a Centennial league road victory that halted a 22-games losing streak to the Wolves.

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  • Mullen, O’Blia heading latest 3A rankings

    Past Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director

    ‘Stangs the top pick in the classification through the holidays; sophomore and returning Colorado champ Dale O’Blia rules 106 pounds.

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Source: https://www.mullenhigh.com/athletics/news–athlete-of-the-week

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