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Saturday's roundup: Peyton beats Calhan in football

September 8, 2012 Updated: July 3, 2013 at 9:32 am
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Peyton 25, Calhan 19

At Peyton: Peyton’s Tyler Lashley ran for three scores – one in the first, and two in the fourth – as he racked up 221 yards.

Peyton (1-1) nearly went for 400 all together, as six players added to the ground game.

Lashley also went 3-for-5 in the pocket for 24 yards.

Calhan (0-2) had five more penalty yards, 12 less first downs, but nearly came back with 13 points in the fourth.

Limon 30, CSCS 20

At CSCS: CSCS scored 13 of its 20 points in the fourth and it wasn’t enough.

Dan Kenney first scored on a 2-yard run (the kick failed). And then later in the quarter he took an interception back 47 yards to close the game to 30-20.

Pikes Peak Christian 52, Belleview 44

At Belleview: Pikes Peak rallied in the second half, but was carried all game long by Kaleb Hamm.

Hamm scored on the ground three times, going for 3, 13 and 42 yards. He also caught a 7-yard pass for his fourth touchdown of the game.

The Eagles (2-0) trailed 30-22 at half.

The Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind 52, Edison 49

At CSDB: CSBD took the lead and then held on.

CSBD (1-1) scored 52 points despite only having 276 yards, as well as dumping on 15 penalties for 82 yards.



Pine Creek 4, Pueblo County 1

At Harrison Tournament: Pine Creek pitcher Haylee McKeehan was dealing.

She went all seven innings, gave up one unearned run and struck out 13.

Over her past nine innings, she’s struck out 17 batters, keeping her ERA spotless.

The Eagles (11-2) scored once in each of the first, second, fourth and sixth innings. Leigh Taylor led the way offensively going 1-for-3 with two RBIs. Stephanie Warhoe and McKeehan drove in the other two.


Pine Creek 20, Wasson 0

At Harrison Tournament: Yikes! This one was over in three innings.

Pine Creek went for 10 in the first, four in the second, and then six in the third.

Brittany Carson led the way, going 3-for-4 with four RBIs and two runs.

Wasson (0-4) is winless on the season.


Discovery Canyon 4, Lamar 1

At Lamar: Kaydee Valliere drove in a pair and Kacee Schroeder pitched efficiently as Discovery Canyon won its fifth straight.

Valliere is still batting .500 as she went 2-for-4 Saturday. On the season, she has six RBIs, 10 runs and 19 hits. Schroeder lowered her ERA to 1.35, as she went seven innings and struck out four. On the season, the senior has pitched 31 innings, struck out 23 and has only given up seven runs – five of them in one game against Falcon.

The Thunder (8-2) faces Vista Ridge (4-8) Monday, as the Wolves hope to hand “Big Purple” their first 4A loss this season.

Berthoud 14, Mesa Ridge 3

At Mesa Ridge: Berthoud hit four home runs as Mesa Ridge (2-6) was handcuffed for only three hits.

Sand Creek 20, Harrison 3

Sand Creek 11, Mitchell 1

At Harrison Tournament: Sand Creek’s offense came out of nowhere.

The Scorpions (3-8) won back-to-back games for the first time this season.

In game one, Kelsey Lowry pitched all three innings and Mary Jackson and Miranda Poundstone each had three RBIs for Sand Creek.

In game two, Victoria Monks-King tripled and drove in three.

Valor Christian 13, Cheyenne Mountain 4

Canon City 7, Valor Christian 6

Falcon 8, Valor Christian 4

At Falcon Tournament: Valor Christian blew out Cheyenne Mountain (3-2-1), suffered heartbreak to Canon City (4-4) and then Falcon (5-4) doubled it.

Air Academy 6, Green Mountain 5

At Air Academy: Air Academy scored three in the bottom of the seventh to overcome Green Mountain.

St. Mary’s 14, Coronado 6

St. Mary’s 7, Thomas Jefferson 5

At Coronado: An 11-run second inning was all St. Mary’s needed over Coronado.

Palmer 15, Overland 2

At Overland: Palmer scored six runs in back-to-back innings.

Kaylene Ross picked up the win for the Terrors (5-3).

Widefield 11, Rangeview 1

Doherty 4, TCA 1

Pueblo County 6, Doherty 4



Widefield 3, Fountain Valley 1

At FV: Widefield (3-1) dominated the shot count in the Fountain Valley Tournament finals. It outshot FV 17-to-4 as Jared Foulk, Brandon Toves and Kevin Pease each scored. Foulk also added two assists.

FV (2-2) sophomore Chris Cha scored his team’s lone goal.

Falcon 4, Sierra 3

At Falcon: Falcon (1-3) won its first game of the season while Sierra (1-2) couldn’t win its second.

Manitou Springs 3,  Woodland Park 0

At Manitou Springs: Sawyer Lincoln scored twice and Austin Ramos added another as the Mustangs (2-3) won their second straight. Woodland Park (0-4) is winless.

Palmer Ridge 2, Chaparral 0

At Palmer Ridge: Palmer Ridge is undefeated (2-0-1). Saturday, it held winless Chaparral to one shot.

Canon City 4, Pueblo County 0

At Canon City: Canon City’s defense was simply that. A canyon.

The Tigers’ Justin Cano led the team with two goals. Canon City (2-1-1) faces Pueblo South Tuesday.

Fountain-Fort Carson 2, Mesa Ridge 0

Sand Creek 2, Montrose 1

Fossil Ridge 5, Sand Creek 1

Denver West 8, James Irwin 2



Cheyenne Mountain def. Silver Creek 25-14, 25-18

Cheyenne Mountain def. Evergreen 25-11, 25-15

Cheyenne Mountain def. Sterling 25-16, 25-16

Cheyenne Mountain def. Durango 25-21, 25-21, 25-16

At Silver Creek: Cheyenne Mountain (6-1) didn’t lose a single game in its four matches. The defending state champs look to be at it again behind the likes of Mara Barkley and Lauren Iverson.

The Indians' only loss came to 5A Chaparral in the first match of the season.

Coronado def. Palisade 25-19, 25-12

Coronado def. Elizabeth 26-24, 25-12

At Mesa Ridge: Coronado (3-1) keeps rolling.

The Cougars’ only loss came to Cheyenne Mountain.

Colorado Academy def. Manitou Springs 24-25, 27-25, 15-13

At Colorado Academy: That breaks Manitou Springs’ two-match win streak.

The Mustangs (2-2) travel to TCA Tuesday.

Vista Ridge def. Harrison 25-27, 26-24, 15-13

At Harrison: A nail-bitter. Vista Ridge (1-1) got its first win of the season.

Harrison (0-5) is still searching.         

Valley def. Lewis-Palmer 25-19, 27-25

Lewis-Palmer def. Thompson Valley 25-12, 25-14

Lewis-Palmer def. Brighton 25-17, 25-13

Lewis-Palmer def. Conifer 25-16, 25-19

At L-P: Lewis-Palmer lost two games in four matches, both to Valley.

The Rangers (5-2) look to be a contender this year led by sophomore Alexa Smith.

Harrison def. Adams City 20-25, 30-28, 15-8

Discovery Canyon def. Harrison 25-13, 25-11

Pueblo County def. Harrison 25-12, 25-15

At Harrison: Harrison won its first match of the season, but the Panthers (1-5) lost two others in their home gym.

Rampart def. Greeley West 25-20, 25-20;

Rampart def. Wheat Ridge 25-14, 25-14;

Rampart def. Poudre 25-15, 22-25, 15-10

At Smoky Hill Tournament: Breanna Bliss lead the way for Rampart with 14 kills

The Rams (4-1) have only lost four games total this season.

Mitchell def. Fountain-Fort Carson 25-21, 25-18, 25-19;

Grand Junction def. Mitchell 25-11, 25-22, 25-19;

Frederick def. Mitchell 25-12, 25-22, 25-17;

At Palmer: At the Palmer Invite, Mitchell (1-4) won its first match of the season, avenging its earlier loss to Fountain-Fort Carson this season.

La Junta def. ECA 25-12, 25-19, 25-19

Frontier def. ECA 25-22, 25-14, 25-12

Custer County def. ECA 25-18, 25-20, 25-14

At ECA: After winning its first match, ECA (1-4) bombed all three in its own tournament.

St. Mary's def. Flemming 25-18, 25-20


Cherry Creek Invitational

At Cherry Creek: Liberty’s Clayson Shumway won the meet with a time of 16:04, while teammate Jerry Lanning finished 10th.

Shumway also won the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede last week.

Overall, Doherty took fifth, Cheyenne Mountain placed ninth and Liberty rounded out the top 10 in 10th.

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