Posted On: 02/19/16 7:38 PM

The Arapahoe Warriors have been a gritty group this season.

Non-conference wins over Mountain Vista and George Washington, coupled with a league victory in overtime over Grandview for a split of the season series, proved how dangerous this team can be. An 11-11 record overall (5-8 in Centennial) headed into their regular season finale at Cherokee Trail could place them in an 8/9 opening matchup in the 5A state tournament.

Here’s a breakdown of Arapahoe after seeing the Warriors in a well-played 49-48 loss at home to Cherry Creek (13-9, 7-6) on Wednesday:

Kyle Lukasiewicz, 6-3 junior guard

The No. 24 ranked prospect in the 2017 class, Lukasiewicz was the team’s leading scorer against Creek with 16 points. The lanky junior guard is a fluid left-handed slasher who is difficult to keep out of the lane. But he can score in more ways than just around the basket with a smooth mid-range and three-point shot. Lukasiewicz shoots 48 percent from the field, a huge jump from 37 percent as a sophomore, and has even buried 34 of 95 three-pointers, a 36 percent clip. He’s also made 81 percent of his free throws and he takes a lot of them, so

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