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May 24 (M) 4:15pm Eaglecrest at Arapahoe

May 6 (Th) 4:15pm Grandview at Arapahoe

May 26 (W) 11:00am Arapahoe vs Dakota Ridge at Coors Field (Foundation)

May 8 (Sa) 11:00am Arapahoe at Grandview

May 29 (Sa) 11:00am Cherokee Trail at Arapahoe

May 10 (M) 4:15pm Smoky Hill at Arapahoe

June 1 (Tu) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Cherokee Trail

May 12 (W) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Smoky Hill

June 3 (Th) 4:15pm Cherry Creek at Arapahoe

May 14 (F) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Eaglecrest

June 5 (Sa) 11:00am Arapahoe at Cherry Creek

May 15 (Sa) 11:00am Arapahoe at Overland

June 7 (M) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Mountain Vista

May 17 (M) 4:15pm Overland at Arapahoe

June 9 (W) 4:15pm Ponderosa at Arapahoe Senior Day (Foundation)

May 19 (W) 4:15pm Mullen at Arapahoe

June 10 (Th) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Mullen

May 5 (W) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Heritage May 8 (Sa) 2:00pm Arapahoe at Grandview May 11 (Tu) 4:30pm Smoky Hill at Arapahoe May 12 (W) 4:15pm Arapahoe at Dakota Ridge May 13 (Th) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Smoky Hill May 20 (Th) 4:30pm Mullen at Arapahoe May 22 (Sa) 3:00pm Arapahoe at Mullen May 25 (Tu) 4:30pm Eaglecrest at Arapahoe May 27 (Th) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Cherokee Trail May 29 (Sa) 2:00pm Cherokee Trail at Arapahoe June 1 (Tu) 4:30pm Cherry Creek at Arapahoe June 2 (W) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Eaglecrest

FRESHMANTEAM FRESHMANTEAM

WARRI O RS

VARSIT Y JV TEAM

May 5 (W) 4:15pm Heritage at Araphoe

May 4 (Tu) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Eaglecrest May 7 (F) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Grandview May 8 (Sa) 2:00pm Grandview at Arapahoe May 20 (Th) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Mullen May 21 (F) 4:30pm Eaglecrest at Arapahoe May 22 (Sa) 2:00pm Mullen at Arapahoe May 25 (Tu) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Eaglecrest May 29 (Sa) 2:00pm Arapahoe at Cherokee Trail May 31 (M) 4:30pm Grandview at Arapahoe June 2 (W) 4:30pm Eaglecrest at Arapahoe

June 4 (F) 4:30pm Arapahoe at Cherokee Trail

June 4 (F) 4:30pm Cherokee Trail at Arapahoe

June 5 (Sa) 2:00pm Arapahoe at Cherry Creek

June 5 (Sa) 2:00pm Cherry Creek at Arapahoe


ARAPAHOE BASEBALL Littleton Public Schools

ARAPAHOE HIGH SCHOOL 2201 E. Dry Creek Road Centennial, CO 80122 303-347-6000

Principal - Natalie Pramenko Assistant Principal/Athletic Director - Patrick McCabe Assistant Principal, Class of 2021 - Angela Boatright Assistant Principal, Class of 2022 - Brian Ceriani Assistant Principal, Class of 2023 - Abby Kuhlmann Assistant Principal, Class of 2024 - Ryan Miwa Head Baseball Coach - James Dollaghan

https://littletonpublicschools.net https://littletonpublicschools.net/schools/arapahoe-high-school https://www.ahswarriors.org https://www.arapahoebaseball.com https://ahs-baseball.smugmug.com (smugmug password: WarriorStrong) Portrait photography, many action photos and graphic design by Heather Wallace - www.silverink.photo


Varisity Head Coach

Jim Dollaghan

JIM DOLLAGHAN Birthplace: Denver, CO High School Northglenn College: Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College) Achievements: Region 7 All-American (HS Soccer), 1 year of college basketball at Mesa and 3 years of baseball at Mesa. Team Captain Mesa Baseball. 5A Continental League softball Coach of the year, 5A Centennial League baseball Coach of the year. Coaching History: 1994- Northglenn H.S. Head JV baseball Coach, 1995-1998 Head Baseball Coach Green Mountain H.S., 1996-1997 Green Mountain H.S Head JV soccer coach, 1996 Thornton H.S. assistant varsity basketball coach, Legacy H.S. Baseball Assistant Varsity coach 2000-2002, 2006-20010 ThunderRidge H.S. Head JV Baseball Coach, 2010-2016 ThunderRidge H.S. Head Softball Coach, 2016-Present Warriors Head Coach. Current Job: PE Teacher Other interests/hobbies: Fishing, any beach time and random wood working Favorite TV show/movie: Shawshank Redemption Favorite Quote: "So my fellow Americans: Ask not, what your Country can do for you, ask what you can do for your Country" What do you like most about HS Baseball? The relationship I have with my players Words of wisdom: Always remember, people will not remember what you did but will always remember how you made them feel....be good to people always!!

4 Lock, You will always be remembered


Varisty Assistant Coach

Spencer Hickle Varisty Assistant Coach

John Cackowski Varisty Assistant Coach

Drew Goodman

SPENCER HICKLE Birthplace: Littleton, CO High School Arapahoe High School College: Valdosta State Achievements: 2 year letter in baseball Coaching History: I have been a coach for Arapahoe High School for 4 years. I also coached 2 years at the varsity level in Georgia Current Job: Math Teacher Other interests/hobbies: Trivia, hiking, and the Chicago Bears Favorite TV show/movie: Bull Durham Favorite Quote: "Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it". -George Halas What do you like most about HS Baseball? I enjoy being out there with the boys. I love the game of baseball and watching the players grow as young men but also their abilities and love for the game. Being able to go out and compete as a unit AS ARAPAHOE. Words of wisdom: Go out there and compete, everyday is a new day in baseball! Once a warrior always a warrior! JOHN CACKOWSKI Birthplace: Staten Island, NY High School Highlands Ranch 1992 College: Colorado State University Achievements: Continental League Coach of the Year 2007 (Baseball), Continental League Coach of the Year 2004 (Softball), 2012 Denver Post 5A All Colorado team (coach). 5A Denver Post All-State Team (coach) Coaching History: 20+ years Colorado amatuer baseball (coaching, scouting, & recruiting).Thunderridge HS Baseball & Softball (1999-2006). Highlands Ranch Baseball (20062012). Professional Baseball Scout (2012-2018). Junior Sunbelt Team (head coach 2012). Current Job: Digital Media Teacher at Highlands Ranch Other interests/hobbies: NY Yankees Fan, NY Giants Fan, Denver Nuggets Fan, Colorado Avs fan. Fishing. Favorite TV show/movie: Parks and Rec, Schitt's Creek, and anything Marvel Favorite Quote: Proverbs 24:10 If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small What do you like most about HS Baseball? Teaches you how to deal with adversity & failure. Sport tracks errors (which means you failed in life) and batting average (where 33% success rate is considered good).You can’t hide behind mistakes. Learn to overcome and you will succeed in sports and life. Words of wisdom: If a person chooses to be patient and positive, everything works out in life the way it's suppose to, and because it has to. DREW GOODMAN Birthplace: New York High School Fox Lane High School, Bedford NY College: Ithaca College Achievements: High School Sports Hall of Fame. 13 time Colorado Sportscaster of the Year. Coaching History: Arapahoe Baseball (4th Year as assistant). Current Job: Colorado Rockies Broadcaster Other interests/hobbies: My greatest joy has been the ability and privilege to coach my three boys What do you like most about HS Baseball? I love high school baseball. Helping kids improve.The pride they have in performing for their school at the highest level of competition in the state. Words of wisdom: I'm a big believer in the game and in life of -- controlling the controllable, and letting the other stuff go.There is great symmetry between baseball and life, moments of great joy and success, intermingled with adversity and disappointment. Forgive the cliche, but many of those baseball "lessons" become instructive in our everyday lives.


Blast Motion Specialist

Eric Maxwell JV Head Coach

Steve Bond JV Assistant Coach

Jay Shields

ERIC MAXWELL Birthplace: Mesa, Arizona High School Perry High School, Gilbert, AZ College: Western Oregon/ Colorado State University Achievements: College baseball (2 years). Personal training and corrective exercise specialist certifications & B.S. in Health and Exercise Science. Coaching History: Coached HS and college baseball in a strength and conditioning setting. Personal trainer at CSU for students, student athletes, faculty, and special populations. Sport science intern with the Tampa Bay Rays. Current Job: Clinical Specialist for Game Ready Other interests/hobbies: I love to exercise, play other sports like golf, snowboarding, and volleyball. Adventure with my dog, and research human performance topics. Favorite TV show/movie: Anchorman: the legend of Ron Burgundy Favorite Quote: Don’t give up, don’t ever give up. - Jimmy V. What do you like most about HS Baseball? The like the ability to develop kids and see their progress over the 4 years they’re in High School Words of wisdom: Hard work and consistency will set you apart. STEVE BOND Birthplace: Denver, CO High School Kelly Walsh, Casper, WY College: Texas Tech and University of Wyoming Achievements: Family man...Teacher/Coach Coaching History: 20 Year’s of coaching baseball and football Current Job: Director of Marketing... Assisting Hands Home Health Other interests/hobbies: Golf...writing Favorite TV show/movie: Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid Favorite Quote: Movie League of there Own..."Best player prior to World Series is quitting when husband gets back from the war. Says she is quitting because it got to hard... Tom Hanks says to her... the hard of it is what makes it Great otherwise everybody would do it. What do you like most about HS Baseball? Inspiring young men to believe in themselves and compete. Words of wisdom: Never give up just around the corner is your answer to keep moving on. JAY SHIELDS Birthplace: Norfolk, MA High School Lahser High School - Bloomfield Hills, MI College: University of Colorado-Denver Achievements: BFA - 3.678 GPA Coaching History: 15 years experience Current Job: Business Owner/Voice Actor Other interests/hobbies: Skiing, Mtn Biking, Drums & Guitar Favorite TV show/movie: Ozarks-TV & Weird Science-Movie Favorite Quote: If you want to hoot with the owls, you need to be able to soar with the eagles the next day! What do you like most about HS Baseball? Honing the skills and mindset of younger players to give them the confidence to be able to play at the Varsity level regardless of their age. Words of wisdom: Baseball is a slow game, until it isn't.


Soph Head Coach

Keith Snyder Freshman Head Coach

KEITH SNYDER Birthplace: Columbus, OH High School Marlington Dukes College: University of Toledo Achievements: Biggest achievement is being a proud father of 3 while working full time and also coaching baseball Coaching History: 10 years AYL, 2 years Little League, 2 years high school Other interests/hobbies: Golf, Skiing, Long road trips back east Favorite TV show/movie: The Office Favorite Quote: “Mistakes are a fact of life. It is the response to error that counts.” What do you like most about HS Baseball? The excitement and nervousness in the players' eyes Words of wisdom: Always treat the game with respect, your opponents and umpires with respect, your teammates and coaches with respect, and always represent your school well whether home or away. If your opponent ever takes the low road you take the high road.

BOO SEVIER Birthplace: Denver, CO High School Denver Lutheran High School College: University Of Northern Colorado Coaching History: I coached at Mullen high school, Thomas Jefferson High School and Denver Lutheran Current Job: Outside Sales at Western Automotive Warehouse Distributors Other interests/hobbies: Golf ,Fishing and Traveling Favorite TV show/movie: Fox News

Boo Sevier Freshman Assistant Coach

Michael Grant

MICHAEL GRANT Birthplace: Denver, CO High School Mountain Vista High School College: Hastings College and Metropolitan University of Denver Achievements: 2 Bachelor Degrees, I used to be a trainer for umpires before I started coaching. Coaching History: I have coached for 2 years.The last time was in 2017 with AHS Current Job: Delivery Driver for DoorDash Other interests/hobbies: When not playing or coaching baseball, I enjoy bowling, fishing and darts. When the fall rolls around I enjoy driving through the mountains looking at all the color changes with the trees. Favorite TV show/movie: The Big Bang Theory Favorite Quote: "I became a good pitcher when I stopped trying to make them miss the ball and started trying to make them hit it" Sandy Koufax and "Baseball is 90 per cent mental.The other half is physical" Yogi Berra What do you like most about HS Baseball? I love being able to teach young athletes about the mental side of the game as well as teach them the proper mechanics to the game. Words of wisdom: Always find the positive outcome in situations. Also, the past is the past, it is best to leave it there. Lastly, remember to Focus, Relax and Have fun, this does not just imply to baseball but to life.


ARAPAHOE 2021 Baseball Booster Club WELCOME to the Spring 2021 Arapahoe Baseball Season! We are proud to introduce nearly 60 outstanding Arapahoe students who have worked hard and earned the opportunity to represent AHS as Warriors both on and off the baseball field. Led by Head Coach Jim Dollaghan and a terrific staff of assistant coaches, our three teams are determined to compete and win at each level and continue to build a strong tradition of success at Arapahoe Baseball.

Spring 2021 Board Members President Jim Albee

Vice President Tyann DeClue

Secretary Sue Eakin

Treasurer Sara Albee

Fundraising David Salyers

Concessions Becky Tholen

Beginning Summer 2021 Board Members President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sue Eakin Tyann DeClue Lara Weiler Jim Heine & Jim Albee

Fundraising David Salyers

Concessions Callie Navarro


PLATINUM SPONSORS CareNOW, ReadyRefresh PREMIUM SPONSORS Alpine Bank, Columbine FCU, Taste of Philly, John Elway Motors, Pride Auto Care, Kitchen Tune-up A program like ours truly could not exist without the tremendous efforts and financial contributions of our parents and family volunteers and the generous support of our community sponsors. Those resources are what enable us to create and maintain our baseball program and have a vision for the future of Arapahoe Baseball. Play Ball and Go Warriors!

Jim Albee President, Arapahoe Baseball Booster Club

GOLD SPONSORS Davidson's, Cherry Creek Mortgage, Streets of Southglenn, Big Bill's Pizza, The Original Pankcake House, Colorado Insurance, Floyd's 99, Stellar Group, Western Paper, State Farm Roger Mangan, Farmer's Insurance Brandsma BLACK SPONSORS NextERA, HomeLight, GreenSheen, Raceway Lube, image360, Applebee's Eskimo Ski & Board Shop


VARSITY TEAM LF, CF, RF

Carter Bushel #1

3B, SS, 2B

CARTER BUSHEL - Senior Birthplace: Centennial,, CO Height: 5'9" Weight: 150 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Companionship, representation, belonging If you had a superpower... Teleportation - Go anywhere instantly. Interests/activities: Lifting, hanging out with friends, gaming, reading, making $ Favorite baseball player or team: Arenado & the Rockies Plans after high school: Either UCSB, Cal poly, USD, or Gonzaga. Baseball ritual/routine: Jump over the baseline dirt when going out to my position or coming into the dugout. I also like to touch third base when coming in from the outfield. Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Bury any dead mice you find in the bullpen. Message to coaches: Thank you for giving me something to work for and be apart of for the past four years at Arapahoe.You guys have been a big influence in my life and who I have become. I have so many amazing memories from my time here and thank you for making baseball special.

CODY BOOTH - Senior Birthplace: Centennial, CO Height: 5'7" Weight: 180 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Lots of cake If you had a superpower... I'd turn invisible so no one would catch me lacking Interests/activities: Hang out with friends Favorite baseball player or team: Trevor Story because he is better than Navy Baez Favorite TV show/movie: Peppa Pig Plans after high school: Attend a 4 year university Baseball ritual/routine: Krispy Kreme donut and a reign energy drink Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Have fun and enjoy it while it lasts Message to coaches: Thank you for everything!!!!

Cody Booth #2


P, 3B, SS, 2B, LF, CF, RF

Drew Salyers #3

P, 1B, LF, CF, RF

Garrett Dykstra #4

DREW SALYERS - Senior Birthplace: Park Ridge, Illinois Height: 5'11" Weight: 175 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: DriveSafe, PutUpAZero, LayTheLumber If you had a superpower... To hit my 9-iron farther than Davis Interests/activities: Soccer, Golfing, Hanging out with Friends, Minecraft Favorite baseball player or team: Bortolon Colon because he's Big Sexy, and the Cubs because I'm from Illinois Favorite TV show/movie: Family Guy Plans after high school: Attend the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Baseball ritual/routine: Drink a Reign with Cody Booth while listening to Dance Monkey Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Don't try to date the team managers Message to coaches: Thanks for supporting me throughout the years! You guys are responsible for a good part of the baseball player I am today!

GARRETT DYKSTRA - Senior Birthplace: Centennial, CO Height: 6'0" Weight: 175 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Fun,Culture, Competitive If you had a superpower... The power to fly so I could go anywhere Interests/activities: Longboarding, Lifting, Video Games Favorite baseball player or team: Todd Helton, Rockie. Helton played when I was growing up and helped me fall in love with the game, Favorite TV show/movie: The Flash Plans after high school: Play baseball for Garden City Community College Baseball ritual/routine: I tap both of my feat with my bat before each at bat Words of wisdom for underclassmen: It’s a grind don’t stop it will all be worth it in the end Message to coaches: Thank you for the last four years and all you taught me as a player and a person.


VARSITY TEAM 3B, 1B

Gabe Goodman #5

P, 3B, SS

GABE GOODMAN - Senior Birthplace: Denver, CO Height: 5'10" Weight: 225 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Competition, bonds built If you had a superpower... Thor’s lightning power. Just think it would be fun. Interests/activities: God and church Favorite baseball player or team: Mike Trout and the Rockies Favorite TV show/movie: Semi-pro Plans after high school: I am going to attend GCU and study theology. Baseball ritual/routine: I always go the gas station before my game and get a lemon lime Gatorade a water and teriyaki beef jerky nuggets. Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Just keep working hard and have fun. It’s just a game don’t stress too much. Message to coaches: Thank you for all that you have done for me.These four years have been really fun playing for y’all. It's sad for me to say good bye. I'm very thankful that my dad has gotten to coach me and to him I want to say thank you for always pushing me and teaching me even though I didn’t always like it. I’m gonna miss this time with you.

WILL SEVIER - Senior Birthplace: Denver, CO Height: 5'10" Weight: 190 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: brotherhood, intensity, ability If you had a superpower... Flying because it is so over powered Interests/activities: Weightlifting and Cliff Jumping Favorite baseball player or team: Fernando Tatis Jr because of the energy, excitement, and swag we plays with. Favorite TV show/movie: Kingdom (series) Plans after high school: Go to Scottsdal e CC, transfer to a D1 school, get drafted, and go to the league Baseball ritual/routine: I pray before every game Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Work hard and focus on school. Those two things will carry you wherever you go. Message to coaches: Thank you for sticking with me through thick and thin and always having my back.

Will Sevier #6


P, LF, CF, RF

Troon Eakin #7

P, CF

Easton Marks #8

TROON EAKIN - Senior Birthplace: Centennial, CO Height: 5'11" Weight: 190 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Competition, Friendship, and Toughness If you had a superpower... To be smarter than Mr. Jonnard so I can assign him obnoxious amounts of unsolvable homework Interests/activities: General sports, giving king sized candy bars to inner city people, and sucking at fantasy football Favorite baseball player or team: Bartolo Colon & the Cubs Favorite TV show/movie: The Sandlot Plans after high school: Play baseball as long as I can Baseball ritual/routine: I eat Wheaties before every game and get Cade Segura to pull trig in the dugout before my starts Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Don’t let anyone push you around, know who you are, know what you want to do, and go out and do it. Don’t care what anyone says Message to coaches: Thank you guys for such a great 4 years and instilling a love for baseball that will never be undone. I really enjoyed how we were able to do some really fun fundraisers and activities like the CHSAA challenge, and of course, being able to compete and play for the A!

EASTON MARKS - Junior Birthplace: Denver, CO Height: 6'0" Weight: 175 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Playing withfriends If you had a superpower... I would be invisible so no one could see me Interests/activities: Video games Favorite baseball player or team: Bo Bichette. I like the way he plays the game Favorite TV show/movie: Wolf of Wall Street Plans after high school: Go to college Baseball ritual/routine: No Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Have fun with your high school friends Message to coaches: Respect the drip


VARSITY TEAM P, 1B

CHRIS ALBEE - Senior Birthplace: Centennial, CO Height: 5'10" Weight: 185 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Playing with friends If you had a superpower... I would have longer arms than Jackson so I could dunk on him. Interests/activities: Grilling/smoking meats, telling dad jokes and fishing. Favorite baseball player or team: Trevor Bauer Favorite TV show/movie: Superbad Plans after HS: Playing baseball at Green River College in Auburn, WA Baseball ritual/routine: I eat a banana before every game because monkey eat banana and monkey no cramp. Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Don't tear your UCL Message to coaches: Thank you for all of the opportunities you have given me, and all of the life lessons you have taught me.

Chris Albee #10

C, LF, CF, RF

Evan Navarro #11

EVAN NAVARRO - Senior Birthplace: Littleton, CO Height: 5'5" Weight: 155 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: making good memories If you had a superpower... Breathe Underwater because I think the ocean is really interesting Interests/activities: Hanging out with friends and Video Games Favorite baseball player or team: Willians Astudillo and The Washington Nationals. I've always liked them but I don't have much of a reason to Favorite TV show/movie: The Office, The Sandlot Plans after high school: Attend CU Denver Baseball ritual/routine: Listen to good music driving to the game and always do a Tyler Banks Special Stretch before the game Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Don't take this time for granted, it goes by quick Message to coaches: Thank you for all the time you all have given us. You guys have given me some of the best years of my life!


P, 3B

GRANT ZELENY - Senior Birthplace: Littleton, CO Height: 6'0" Weight: 170 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Friends Hickel Pitching If you had a superpower... Invisibility so I could prank people Interests/activities: Golf Favorite baseball player or team: Favorite team is the Rockies because I'm a bandwagon for them and my favorite player is Dick Groat because he was also a basketball star just like me. Favorite TV show/movie: Spongebob Plans after high school: CSU Baseball ritual/routine: No Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Work harder Message to coaches: Thank you.

Grant Zeleny #12

P, 3B, SS

DAKOTA GOLDEN - Junior Birthplace: Denver, CO Height: 6'0" Weight: 195 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: The friendships If you had a superpower... Super strength Interests/activities: Weightlifting, pickup basketball games, video games Favorite baseball player or team: Javier Baez Favorite TV show/movie: The Office Plans after high school: Pursue a degree Baseball ritual/routine: None Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Work hard on and off the field Message to coaches: Thank you for making baseball enjoyable and helping me get better.

Dakota Golden #14


VARSITY TEAM 2B, P

SAM THOLEN - Junior Birthplace: Rochester, Minneosta Height: 6'0" Weight: 175 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Play for A If you had a superpower... Speed because I want to know what it’s like to go fast. Interests/activities: Backyard football, games, my mom gives me lots of activities Favorite baseball player or team: Joe Mauer and the Twins, born there Favorite TV show/movie: How I Met Your Mother Plans after high school: Own a business Baseball ritual/routine: None I am Normal Words of wisdom for underclassmen: It will all work out Message to coaches: I got you coach.

Sam Tholen #15 P, LF, CF, RF

AUGUST MALOM - Senior Birthplace: Littleton, CO Height: 6'1" Weight:175 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Hype, Competitive, Fun If you had a superpower... Flying, I'd show up to any event with style. Interests/activities: Snowboarding, Longboarding Favorite baseball player or team: Gerrit Cole & the Rockies Favorite TV show/movie: Bob's Burgers Plans after high school: Playing for a JUCO college while doing generals Baseball ritual/routine: Spitting seeds when I pitch and chewing gum when I play in the outfield. Just old habits that seem to work. Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Start emailing and calling college coaches early. Message to coaches:Thank you so much for being apart of the four best years of my life!

August Malom #17


P

Grant DeClue #18

P, LF, CF, RF

GRANT DeCLUE - Senior Birthplace: Littleton, CO Height: 5'10" Weight: 160 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Loud, competitive, exciting If you had a superpower... Water breathing so I could fish the old fashioned way (like a shark) Interests/activities: Competitive waffle making Favorite baseball player or team: Albert Pujols & the Cardinals Favorite TV show/movie: The Andy Griffith show Plans after high school: Continue my baseball career at WNCC Baseball ritual/routine: 2 fried eggs with bacon and toast, with extra jelly! Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Get in the weight room, and enjoy the process Message to coaches: Thank you for always having my best interest in mind. It doesn’t go unnoticed all the extra time you guys spend helping us out.

QUINN KULESA - Junior Birthplace: Highlands Ranch, CO Height: 5;10" Weight: 150 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: It is fun If you had a superpower... Teleportation Interests/activities: Fishing skiing Favorite baseball player or team: Derek Jeter and the Yankees Favorite TV show/movie: Shrek Plans after high school: Hopefully play college baseball Baseball ritual/routine: No rituals Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Keep working hard to be the best you can be Message to coaches: Thank you for helping me progress as a player.

Quinn Kulesa #22


VARSITY TEAM 3B, SS, 2B

JONATHAN ARSENAULT - Junior Birthplace: Centennial, CO Height: 5'11" Weight: 165 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: comradery, fun, convenient If you had a superpower... Teleportation because I spend way too much time in the car Interests/activities: basketball and spikeball Favorite baseball player or team: Ronald Acuna jr. Braves, because he hits tanks Favorite TV show/movie: The Sting Plans after high school: I really don't know Baseball ritual/routine: Not really Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Work hard and after that, work harder Message to coaches: Big thank you for all the time and effort you guys have put into making us better baseball players and better men

Jonathan Arsenault #23

C

Davis Nueske #24

DAVIS NUESKE - Senior Birthplace: Littleton, CO Height: 6'0" Weight: 215 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Friends, competitiveness, memories If you had a superpower... Super Speed because then maybe I could steal a base. Interests/activities: Golf, ping pong, breaking in my glove Favorite baseball player or team: Josh Fuentes & The Rockies Favorite TV show/movie: The Office UK edition Plans after high school: Play baseball at Cuesta College Baseball ritual/routine: One cup of iced coffee, and Goalie Stretches Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Soak in every second of Arapahoe baseball because it goes by really fast. Message to coaches: Thank you for getting me to where I am today and for helping me become not only a better player, but also a better person.


P, C, LF

JACK WEILER - Junior Birthplace: Highlands Ranch, CO Height: 5'10" Weight: 190 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Team If you had a superpower... Time travel so I can buy bitcoin Interests/activities: Football Favorite baseball player or team: Miggy Cabrara, Tigers. My dad and I watch them Favorite TV show/movie: Psych Plans after high school: Play baseball as long as I can Baseball ritual/routine: Right sock first Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Work hard and hit the gym often Message to coaches: Buy into the team and make it fun

Jack Weiler #31

P, LF, CF, RF

Presley Monteforte #55

PRESLEY MONTEFORTE - Junior Birthplace: Oceanside, CA Height: 6'0" Weight: 160 lbs 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Friends, Strike outs If you had a superpower... Super strength so I could throw 150mph Interests/activities: Hanging out with friends Favorite baseball player or team: Clint Frazier, Yankees. My dad is from New York Favorite TV show/movie: All marvel movies and shows Plans after high school: Play in college Baseball ritual/routine: Pre game music playlist Words of wisdom for underclassmen: The grind doesn’t stop Message to coaches: Thank you for the support you have given me and improving my game.


VARSITY TEAM P, LF, CF, RF

Jackson McDowell

JACKSON McDOWELL - Senior Birthplace: Littleton, CO Height: 6'4" Weight:190 lbs Walk up Music: Wow by Post Malone 3 words to describe AHS Baseball: Teammates, community, fun If you had a superpower... To be able to get shorter for more leg room. Interests/activities: Playing basketball and golf with the boys Favorite baseball player or team: Delmon Young because he always hits homers when I'm there. Favorite TV show/movie: Clarance Plans after high school: To play baseball in college and get a business degree. Baseball ritual/routine: Beat Davis and Grant in ping pong Words of wisdom for underclassmen: Have fun with your time. Message to coaches: Thanks for everything these last 4 years!

VARSITY Walk up Music 1 – Carter Bushel – Shoota

12 – Grant Zeleny – Champions

2 – Cody Booth – Halo

14 - Dakota Golden - San Andreas Theme Song

3 – Drew Salyers – Levitating 4 – Garret Dykstra – Slayer 5 – Gabe Goodman – No Sleep til Brooklyn 7 – Troon Eakin – You Make My Dreams Come True 8 – Easton Marks – Last time that I checc’d

15 – Sam Tholen – Whatever You Like 17 – August Malom – Run 18 – Grant DeClue – Mera Woo 22 – Quinn Kulesa – She’s Country 23 – Jonathan Arsenault – Just the two of us 24 – Davis Nueske – Devastated

10 – Chris Albee – Middle of the night

31 – Jack Weiler – Gangstas Paradise

11 – Evan Navarro – Let me clear my throat

55 – Presley Monteforte – Options by NF


JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM

Wyatt Starbuck #1 - Fr

Landes Tatum #2 - So

Nathan Navarro #3 - So

Kyler Bushel #4 - So

Graham DeClue #5 - So

Jacob Zier #6 - Fr

Camran Eakin # 7 - Fr

Sam Alpern #8 - So

Drew Schlauch #11 - So


Ryan Chain #12 - Fr

Ayden Montemayor #14 - Fr

Andrew Salthouse #15 - So

Joel Cackowski #16 - Fr

Grady Pytlinski #17 - So

Ray Fix #18 - So

Vance Dembinski #20 - So

Cade Huggins #21 - So

Michael Autry #22 - So

*Not Pictured: Loic DeRosear #13 - Fr


FRESHMAN TEAM

Carter Thompson #1

Jason Yenne #4

Reid Stevens #7

Kellan Dreiling #10

Brayden Young #13

Reid Salyers #17

Nolan Dunnington #18

Cole Weston #21

Evan Dimmick #23


Noah Hackerott #25

Chance Meili #26

Elliot Lloyd #27

Thomas Stewart #30

Ruben Santos #32

Eric Olson #33

Matthew Heine #42


SENIOR

Chris, It has been great watching you play baseball! We are very proud of your determination and focus. Keep up the hard work and have fun! Love Mom & Dad

CHRIS ALBEE

SENIOR Cody, We are proud of you now and always! Your dedication and determination for your love of baseball for the last 13 years will be instrumental for the years to come. You are strong, intelligent and have so much joy and love in your heart. Embrace where you came from and your new independence which will help you grow in character and humbly learn from others. You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So... get on your way! And will you succeed?

Yes! You will, indeed! Love Mom & Dad

CODY BOOTH


SENIOR Carter, From t-ball to your final days at Arapahoe, we’ve enjoyed every moment of watching you play baseball! We will always be your biggest fans and continue to cheer you on in all your future endeavors. Mom & Dad

CARTER BUSHEL SENIOR Grant, Every minute of every game has been a blast! It is our joy to have a front row seat and we are excited to see what your future holds.

GRANT DeCLUE


SENIOR

Garrett , Diamonds aren’t just for girls, It’s where boys become men. We can not be more proud of the man you have become. We are excited to watch you continue your baseball career at Garden City. We love you! Madison, Emily, Mom and Dad

GARRETT DYKSTRA SENIOR

Troon, God tells us in Psalms 127 that children are a heritage from the Lord, and there are not words to capture how blessed and honored we are to be your parents. Continue to honor the Lord in all you do, and He will bless your way! We can’t wait to watch your next big adventure. We love you so much, Mom and Dad

TROON EAKIN


SENIOR

Gabe,

You have always lived life with a full heart, given encouragement with your words, and have a face full of love and laughter. We are so proud of the young man that you are and we can’t wait to watch you continue to discover all that awaits you. The game of baseball, our family game, mirrors life and your perseverance will always serve you well. Go do you. We love you. Mom, Dad, Jacob and Zach Isaiah 40:31

GABE GOODMAN SENIOR

August, It was just yesterday you were the little dude that wouldn't slow down. Have fun and remember to look back at the fun memories!

AUGUST MALOM


SENIOR Jackson, We’re so proud of the young man you have become.Your perseverance over the last couple of years in dealing with injury and missing games due to the pandemic has been impressive. You maintained an “upbeat attitude” and a “will do” spirit throughout the challenges which is so admirable. We’ve always loved watching you play all your sports throughout the years.You’ve had many great moments that has taken us to some amazing places. Thank you...it’s been so much fun! Good luck this season. Go get ‘em and Go Warriors! Love Dad, Mom, Sami, and Murph

JACKSON MCDOWELL

SENIOR

Evan, Words cannot express how proud we are of you!! Your kind heart, sense of humor and work ethic are beyond admirable and you'll continue to do great things! Enjoy this next chapter of your life and know that we will always be your #1 fans! Love, Mom and Dad

EVAN NAVARRO


SENIOR

It’s been said that baseball is a field of dreams where men become boys and boys become men. Davis has grown into as fine a young man as you could meet, but he will always be my sweet boy behind that plate — that place he calls home.

DAVIS NUESKE

SENIOR Drew, We are fortunate to have you in our lives. Watching you grow up on baseball fields has been pure joy. Your dedication to the game inspires us. Enjoy every moment of this final high school season with your friends. Continue to thank your coaches for all their help. Love Mom, Dad, Margo, Reid, & Benji

DREW SALYERS


SENIOR Will, We are so proud of you. You have a bright future. We can not wait to see where your baseball future takes you. Always Keep the faith. TCB Love Mom, Dad, Bella, Ava & Olivia

WILL SEVIER SENIOR

Grant, The resilience and work ethic you have shown, on and off the field, will serve you well for whatever the future holds for you. Live with integrity, stay strong, and remain confident. We are so proud to be a part of your life and are blessed to have you as part of ours. Love Mom, Dad & Blake

GRANT ZELENY


VARSITY IN ACTION


VARSITY IN ACTION


COORS FIELD


COORS FIELD


JUNIOR VARSITY IN ACTION


FRESHMAN TEAM IN ACTION


COLLEGE BOUND WARRIORS DAVIS NUESKE Cuesta College

CHRIS ALBEE

Green River College

DREW SALYERS University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

GRANT DeCLUE

WILL SEVIER

Western Nebraska Community College

Scottsdale Community College

GARRETT DYKSTRA

TROON EAKIN Orange Coast College

Garden City Community College


WARRIORS STILL PLAYING JOEL ARSENAULT

TURNER PRUITT Saddleback College

Saddleback College

ZACH GOODMAN

SPYE TURNBEAUGH

HUNTER JACKSON

TYLER BANKS

RYAN NORSE

Webster University

Webster University

GARRETT DeCLUE University of the Cumberlands, KY

DAVID CRAIG

College of San Mateo

ETHAN ANTON Lamar Community College

Colorado Mesa University

DREW HAYES

Oberlin College

North Park University

McCook Community College

COLE CARMEN

COLE BLOOMER

Concordia University Chicago

Lamar Community College

BEST OF LUCK in your college careers and beyond!


WARRIOR BASEBALL RECORDS WARRIOR RECORDS (PITCHING) Wins 8 John Steninger (1971) Kevin Wachtman (1993) Kevin Wachtman (1994) Mike Bradford (1994) DanPadgett (1995) Garrett DeClue (2018) Apparences 13 M. Gibb s (2017) Innings Pitched 73 Brad Hines (1980) Strikeouts 106 John Steninger (1971) Shut Outs 4 John Steninger (1971)

WARRIOR RECORDS (TEAM) Most Wins Most Runs Scored Most Home Runs Stolen Bases Fielding Pct Batting Average On Base Percentage

19 238 36 84 .947 .415 .518

1994 2010 2008 1991 1980 2010 2010

STATE CHAMPIONS 1980

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1971 1980 1994 1998 2005 2008

WARRIOR RECORDS (PERFECT GAME & NO HITTERS) Perfect Game No Hitters

Mark Jeske (1973) Mike Hurd vs Littleton (1999) Chirs Dennis vs Montbello (2004) Eric Anderson vs Littleton (2005)

WARRIOR RECORDS (OFFENSIVE)

At Bats 90 Mark Hutmacher (2010) Runs Scored 40 Scott Cadwallader (1996) Hits 40 Andy Ponseigo (1980) Brian Guyman (2008) Doubles 12 Brian Guyman (2008) Justin Byrd (2009) Triples 4 Troy Brewer (2008) Home Runs 12 Chad Steiner (2001) RBI’s 36 Justin Byrd (2009) On Base .628 Luke Muller (1998) Batting Avg .625 Luke Muller (1998) Slugging Pct. 1.214 Luke Muller (1998) Stolen Bases 25 Scott Cadwallader (1996) Walks 27 Ryan Haskell (1991)


FORMER WARRIORS 1999 Ken Padgett Nick White John Perry Mike Hurd Jeff Cadwallander

Northwestern University Neosho CC Southern Nevada CC Texas Arlington Southern Nevada CC Pepperdine University Neosho CC West Virginia State Univ

2000 Fred Carney Clay Tichota Geoff Winkler Phil Sander

Regis University Anaheim Angels Regis University Oakland A’s Colorado School of Mines American River CC

2001 Chad Steiner

Lamar CC, Baltimore Orioles

2002 Chad Sweet

Kansas Newman

2004 Chris Dennis

Dana College Trinidad State CC Univ of N. Colorado

2005 Eric Anderson Hans Schaler

Southern Nevada CC Regis University American River CC Catholic University

2006 Nathaniel Weems Seward County CC Luke Hardcastle Seward County CC Jeff Coulter Wingate University 2007

Cody Scott Tyler Bartschi Henry Hemphill Pat Dennis Nick Whitcraft Kevin Hurd Dave Runberg

Jacksonville CC, Gonzaga Scottsdale CC Northwestern CC Dakota Wesleyan Hastings College Univ of N. Colorado Univ of Oregon (Club)

2008

Charlie Henderson Ryan Whittemore Dave Holland Troy Brewer

Regis University Regis University Regis University Western Nebraska CC

2009

Justin Byrd Tayler Davis Zach Scott Tyler Kaul Grant Robbins

Univ of California, Berkeley Barton CC Odessa CC Colorado State Univ (Club) Regis University

2010 Brian Guyman Mark Hutmacher 2011 Nate Reyes T. Cunningham Brock Freeman

Odessa CC Odessa CC Yavapai CC

2012

Regis University Regis University Colorado Christian Univ William Jewell College

John Mulhern Kirby Schwein Jack Moore Hunter Bingham

2013 Zach Chandler

Stanford University St. Bonaventure

Saddleback CC

2014 Ted Ramirez Tyler Rike Scott Hutmacher

Garden City CC Northeastern CC John Carrol University

2015 2016

Trevor Johnson Will Metherd Cole Norse Max Whitehead

Trinity University Colby CC Dodge City CC Pima CC

Garrett Connor Jacob Goodman Clay Hansen Cody Peepgrass Desmond Pineda Hunter Rynders Brett Stenlund

McPherson College Denison University Santa Barbara CC Kansas Wesleyan Concordia University McCook CC Barstow CC

2017 Cole Carman Concordia Univ of Chicago Reid Conant Azusa Pacific Corey Grace Univ of Wyoming Ryan Hendrix Hastings College Scotty Mountz University of Saint Mary Aaron Ziola Doane University 2018

Tyler Banks Garrett DeClue Brandon Dryer Bo Garcia Zach Goodman Drew Hayes Ryan Norse

North Park Western Nebraska CC Webster University Western Nebraska CC Webster University Oklahoma University Webster University

2019 Hunter Jackson Turner Pruitt

Oberlin College Whitman College

2020

Webster University Lamar CC Lamar CC Colorado Mesa Univ College of San Mateo

Joel Arsenault Ethan Anton Cole Bloomer Spye Turnbeaugh David Craig

WARRIOR DRAFTED OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL

1998 1999 1999 1999

Luke Muller John Perry Mike Hurd Nick White

Minnesota Twins New York Yankees New York Yankees Philadelphia Phillies

WARRIORS DRAFTED OUT OF COLLEGE

Chris Kirgan Dan Padgett Clay Tichota Fred Carney Chad Steiner Michael Done Joe White Ron Selbo

Colorado Rockies San Francisco Giants Oakland A’s Anaheim Angels Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles Seattle Mariners Pittsburgh Pirates


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