Grandview’s Ty Hussey (1) tries to find room to shoot with a Cherry Creek defender on him during the Wolves’ 12-5 loss to the Bruins in a Class 5A boys lacrosse state semifinal game on May 11, 2019, at Legacy Stadium. (Photo by Ali C.M. Watkins/Sentinel Colorado)

AURORA | Grandview’s best-ever boys lacrosse season came to an end at the hands of the team that ended its previous best season — Cherry Creek — Saturday.

The sixth-seeded Wolves piled up 14 wins in the regular season and playoffs, including a victory over Fruita Monument in the program’s first home postseason contest, but the third-seeded Bruins stopped them in their playoff tracks with a 12-5 quarterfinal win at Legacy Stadium.

Grandview scored four times in the second period and made it a two-goal game at halftime, but Cherry Creek — which won the regular season meeting between the teams by a 15-3 count — responded with five scores in the third period to take control. The Bruins moved on to a May 15 semifinal against No. 10 Highlands Ranch.

Coach Scott Hussey’s Wolves — which got two goals from junior Ty Hussey and single tallies from juniors Cade Bruckman and Evan Humphrey and sophomore Luke McGahey — matched the program’s deepest push in the postseason.

Senior goalie Darius Miller faced a barrage of 24 shots and stopped 12 of them.

Grandview also made the quarterfinals in 2016, but had its season ended again by Cherry Creek.

Courtney Oakes is Sentinel Colorado Sports Editor. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or [email protected] Twitter: @aurorasports. IG: Sentinel Prep Sports

(3) CHERRY CREEK 12, (6) GRANDVIEW 5

Score by periods:

Grandview      0  4  1  0 —  5

Cherry Creek  3  3  5  1 — 12

Grandview goals: Ty Hussey 2, Cade Bruckman, Evan Humphrey, Luke McGahey. Cherry Creek goals: Aidan Burke 4, Henry Olson 2, Morry Stein 2, Huntley Barker, Gunner Helm, Gabriel Minisini, Dante Orlando. Grandview assists: Hussey, Braydan Hiebert, McGahey. Cherry Creek assists: Minisini 2, Olson, Stein. Grandview saves: Darius Miller (24 shots on goal-12 saves). Cherry Creek saves: Chandler Nayman (10 shots on goal-5 saves)