GREENWOOD VILLAGE | The Regis Jesuit boys soccer team fell behind Cherry Creek early in their Class 5A first round state playoff matchup Wednesday at Stutler Bowl and couldn’t catch up.
The 20th-seeded Raiders pressed the 13th-seeded Bruins constantly for a half-plus trying to get the equalizing goal after falling in a 1-0 hole, but were unable to get onto the scoreboard and fell in the opening round of the postseason for a second straight season.
Coach Rick Wolf’s Regis Jesuit finished the season 8-6-2.
Aurora teams finished 1-4 in the 5A fist round as seventh-seeded Cherokee Trail advanced with a 3-0 win over No. 26 Chatfield, while No. 19 Rangeview lost on penalty kicks to No. 14 Pine Creek, No. 31 Grandview lost a late 2-1 contest to No. 2 Denver East and No. 32 Overland dropped a 4-1 contest with top-seeded Legacy.
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