4A boys lacrosse semifinals: Dawson, Cheyenne Mountain to play for championship

Cheyenne Mountain and Dawson will meet for the Class 4A boys lacrosse championship after each team won in the semifinals on Wednesday.

The two teams met earlier this season in a 10-3 Dawson win on May 1.

The 4A title game is set for 5 p.m. Friday at Mile High Stadium in Denver.

(7) Cheyenne Mountain 13, (6) Aspen 5


Cheyenne Mountain boys lacrosse is heading a championship game for the first time in program history.

The team went on the road to knock off Aspen on Wednesday.

Cheyenne Mountain didn't allow a goal until the third quarter — they led 6-0 at halftime, and push that lead to 9-0 in the third.

Aspen (14-3) didn't go quietly. The Skiers rallied to make it 10-5 in the fourth, but Cheyenne Mountain (14-4) ultimately pulled away.

(1) Dawson 14, (4) Golden 2

Mountain Vista Dawson boys lacrosse

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The top-seeded Mustangs punched a return ticket to the title game in handling Golden.his will be the third-consecutive season Dawson will play for a title. The program has never won a championship.

Wednesday, Dawson built a 6-1 lead at halftime over Golden, according to BoCoPreps.com. The Mustangs never looked back.

Dawson is now 17-1 this season, and has won 10 consecutive games. Golden finishes its year at 14-4.