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2014 Record

16-7 Overall

13-1 Conference




Welcome to the home of the Silver Creek High School Raptors Softball Squad.  Silver Creek is located in South West corner of Longmont, Colorado and is part of the always tough 4A Northern Conference. The Raptors have enjoyed conference championships in 2010, 2011 and 2014, with 5 straight appearances at state, 9 straight seasons in regionals, and have hosted a region 4 out of the last 5 years.

Raptors have another successful opening day…..

August 25, 2015, Raptor News Wire


The Raptors tasted success on opening day, by winning for the 9th straight season on opening day vs. cross town rival Longmont 7-1.  After Sheyann Ludwig and Casey Wagner banged out hits to lead off the game, the Raptors came away successfully in the first inning plating 2 to take a two run lead.  3 hits, a walk and a fielding error garnered 4 more in the second with the Raptors taking a 6 run lead.  

The bats went silent from then on, but Sophomore Dana Dwyer held it up by throwing a shutout until the 7th.  In the 7th, the Raptors scored an insurance run after Casey Wagner reached on error, stole second and later scored on a wild pitch.  A solo home run with two outs in the 7th was all the Trojans could muster as the Raptors ran the series to a 13-1 advantage dating back to 2007.  Sheyann Ludwig was the player of the game going 2 for 4 and playing stellar defense at Short Stop.

The JV squad jumped all over the Trojans JV squad winning 14-2.  Lucy Scott was sharp giving up 0 earned runs while striking out 5 and blasting a two run shot to help her cause, while Morgan Cook was 2 for 2 with 2 doubles.  Brooke Wager added a 1 for 1 day with 2 RBI’s, a walk and HBP and was lights out behind the plate.

Lucy Scott was player of the game earning the win and hitting her two run shot.  The Raptors will play on Thursday at home vs. Boulder in a Varsity only contest.


Silver Creek Raptors 7, Longmont Trojans 1

Silver Creek Raptors (JV) 14, Longmont Trojans (JV) 2


Raptors stifled by  Ponderosa at State Tournament

October 17, 2014, Raptor News Wire


Dana Dwyer continued her tear in 2014 going 3 for 4 at the plate at her first state tourney as a freshman, and also threw 8 2/3 inning only giving up 2 runs, but the rest of the Raptor offense struggled all day in a tough 2-1 loss to Ponderosa in the 1st round of the state tourmament.  The Raptors end at 16-7 with a 3rd conference title heading into the post season


Silver Creek Raptors 1, Ponderosa Mustangs 2


Raptors capture 3rd conference title on record setting day

October 2, 2014, Raptor News Wire


There were two many highlights offensively on Thursday to point out as the Raptors pounded out a single game record 24 hits, enroute to their 3rd conference title in 5 years.  Every Raptor starter had at least 2 hits on the day as the Silver Creek Raptors will now wait until Sunday to see what seed they draw for Regionals in the post season


Silver Creek Raptors 22, Centaurus Warriors 8


On Senior Day, Freshman Dwyer has a big day on march to title

October 1, 2014, Raptor News Wire


On Senior day, the Raptors said goodbye to their seniors for the last home game of the season.  Seniors Maggie Riddervold, Summer Breese, Reiley Eustler, Katelyn  Strub, Jesse Lester, Alicia Pressler, Cassie Jones, and Haille Weber played the last game at Silver Creek’s home field in their careers.  On a cold blustery day it was Freshman Dana Dwyer that shined brightest however as the she threw a complete game shut out, facing only one hitter over the minimum that selaed the deal.  She also added a 3 for 3 day with 4 RBI’s, a double and a walk to make a statement. Senior Haille Weber also stole 3 bases and scored 4 runs on the day.

The JV squad dropped a game to the Mead Mavericks 12-5


Silver Creek Raptors 10, Boulder Panthers 0


Raptors take another step towards conference title

September 30, 2014, Raptor News Wire


The Raptors jumped up 4-0 in a monumental game vs. Thompson Valley in their hunt for the conference title Tuesday, but after 3 fielding errors in the bottom of the 1st, things looked hairy as they entered the 2nd tied 4-4.  Defensive miscues by Thompson Valley and timely hitting put the game away early as the Raptors lead 11-4 heading to the 7th. Two late runs closed the gap to 11-6, but the Raptors prevailed. To win the conference title the Raptors need to defeat Centaurus(6-12), and Boulder (2-15), teams which they are 10-0 against all time to snare the crown.  Reiley Eutsler had a big day going 3 for 4 with a Triple, Cassie Jones added a 3 for 5 day scoring 3 runs and stealing 2 bases, and Dana Dwyer helped her cause with 2 doubles and 3 RBI’s

On the JV side the Raptors lost 17-12 with the free passes biting them.  Morgan Cook  and Bailey Graham were both 2 for 3 on the day as was Summer Breese who was 2 for 3 with 3 RBI’s


Silver Creek Raptors 11, Thompson Valley Eagles 6

Silver Creek Raptors (JV) 12, Thompson Valley Eagles (JV) 17


Raptors down Lions 13-3 to take conference lead

September 27, 2014, Raptor News Wire


On the 11th of September in a rain soaked game, the Raptors tried to atone for a 12-2 loss to Mountain View.  The took a 7-1 lead in that game before it was suspended.  Since that time the Lions continued to dominate coming into the makeup with a 15-1 record, only dropping a close game to Niwot 4-3.  The Raptors had played the short game in the first half, but in part 2, they turned the bats lose adding 6 runs in the make up game in 2 innings to run rule the Lions 13-3 and take the lead in the conference.  With a 10-1 conference record, they hold a ½ game lead on the Lions who are 10-2.  The Raptors next three opponents, they hold a 21-2 record against all time, but need to focus to win out to ensure a conference crown.  Casey Wagner had a 2 for 2 day with 4 RBI’s and a double, and Dana Dwyer one her 11th game, going 2 for 2 with 3 RBI’s.  The Raptors forced 4 errors, bunted 5 times successfully, hit two sacrifice flies, and earned 7 free passes to go with their nine hits.  


Silver Creek Raptors 13, Mountain View Mountain Lions 3