Highlights from Friday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.
Don McCall Tournament
Castle View 9, Vista Ridge 0; Vista Ridge 10, Elizabeth 1; Vista Ridge 4, La Junta 2
At Douglas County: Vista Ridge (5-4) rebounded from a 9-0 loss to Castle View (4-0) with a pair of victories of varying types. The Wolves scored multiple runs in each of the first three innings against Elizabeth (1-5) en route to a five-inning ,10-run-rule win, then scored four in the sixth to come from behind against La Junta (2-2).
Kellie Mrofcza had four hits, including a home run against Elizabeth and a triple against La Junta, five RBIs and allowed just three runs in 11 innings in the Wolves' two victories. Cheyenne Herrerra also had four hits on the day, with Aryanna Elwyn adding three.
Vista Ridge could not handle Castle View's Savannah Heebner in the morning tilt, managing just two hits and striking out 13 times.
Douglas County 9, Palmer Ridge 0; Palmer Ridge 10, Fountain-Fort Carson 5; Palmer Ridge 11, Fountain-Fort Carson 0
At Douglas County: Libby Acker's single kept Douglas County's Corell Breanna from a six-inning no-hitter, while Douglas County (5-0) pounded out 12 hits. The Bears (5-2) rebounded by amassing 14 and 11 hits, respectively, in back-to-back wins over Fountain-Fort Carson (0-6).
Madysen Kearns was 5-for-8 with four RBIs in the doubleheader with the Trojans, with Julia Schroeder driving in five and Alicen Minarick four. Jennifer Slaughter was 2 for 4 with four walks and six runs scored.
Douglas County 11, Fountain-Fort Carson 4
At Douglas County: Six errors and a six-run fourth doomed Fountain-Fort Carson, which trailed Douglas County 4-2 through three innings.
The Trojans made their four hits count, but Douglas County's 13 were simply too much.
Denver East 2, Lewis-Palmer 1; Legend 8, Lewis-Palmer 4
At Douglas County: Lewis-Palmer (0-4) out-hit Denver East (2-1) 8-3, but could only plate one run in a game that was scoreless into the sixth inning.
Melanie Farmer and Cory Holden each had two hits, and Liz Gregory drove in the only run for Lewis-Palmer, but the Rangers struck out 10 times at the plate. Neither of the runs allowed by pitcher Barb Nigon were earned, as Lewis-Palmer committed three errors in the field.
Against Legend (2-2), a four-run first and three more errors sealed the Rangers' fate. Mattie Paschall drove in two in Lewis-Palmer's four-run fifth, but the rally came too late.
Liberty 2, Gateway 0
At Liberty: Klinton Spencer scored 20 minutes into the first half and assisted on the other goal in the second half for Liberty (1-0-1).
Andrew Beers scored in the 44th minute, with Sean Van Wijk assisting on Spencer's first-half strike. Gateway (0-2) managed just two shots on goal against the Lancers.
Doherty 3, Mitchell 0
At Sky Sox Stadium: Justin Delgado and Anthony Acosta each had a goal and an assist, and Doug Fajardo also scored for Doherty (1-0). Carlos Donelson also contributed an assist.
Mitchell (0-1) managed just five shots on goal.
Conifer 1, Woodland Park 0
At Conifer: Despite managing eight shots on net, Woodland Park (0-1) fell to Conifer (1-1) after the home team scored in the first half.
Cheyenne Mountain 7, Palmer Ridge 0
At Cheyenne Mountain: Austin Hampton, Robbie Boe and Will Geisz were all straight-set winners at Nos. 1-3 singles, respectively, and three of Cheyenne Mountain's doubles teams won without dropping a set.
John Choe and Nick Teo needed three sets to top Palmer Ridge's No. 2 doubles tandem by a score of 6-3, 4-6, 6-4.