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Friday's prep roundup: Trichell helps Woodland Park top Cheyenne Mountain

By: Justin Shaw preps@gazette.com
September 7, 2013 Updated: September 7, 2013 at 12:22 am
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SOFTBALL

Woodland Park 11, Cheyenne Mountain 5

At Falcon: Mallorie Trichell led the way for the Panthers with a two-run triple and a complete game on the mound. Trichell pitched well, giving up no earned runs on seven hits in seven innings.

Woodland Park (5-2) scored two runs in the top of the first and added six more in the second to take an 8-0 lead. Christina Cunningham and Natalie Diviney each knocked in two runs for the Panthers.

Lewis-Palmer 15, St. Mary's 4

At Falcon: The Rangers scored eight times in the top of the first and got 3-RBI performances from Rachel Brennan and Rachel Dines.

Doherty 17, Mitchell 6 (F-3)

At Runyon Field (Pueblo): Doherty (4-2) scored 14 runs in the first inning and three more in the second.

Christiana Lieberman's 2-RBI single was the bright spot for Mitchell (1-5).

Widefield 16, Roosevelt 4

At Loveland: Alyson McAdoo and Megan Shanks each had three hits and four RBIs for Widefield (4-4), while Asia Burciago, Samantha Lacy and Makenna Johnson all drove in two runs.

Fountain-Fort Carson 10, Bear Creek 9

At Aurora: Aleah Sanders drove in three runs and Shalia Rolon added two RBIs for F-FC (2-9). Jayde Wilson and Corrina Porras each tallied an RBI.

Porras also pitched the complete game for the Trojans, striking out four.

Basalt 8, Coronado 7

At Patriot Learning Center: The Cougars fell behind big early, trailing 8-0 after two innings, before almost completing the comeback.

Kaitlyn Soulier had a 2-RBI triple and Coronado (1-7) scored three times in both the third and fourth innings.

Valor Christian 10, Cheyenne Mountain 0 (F-5)

At Falcon: The Indians only tallied four hits and made seven errors en route to the five-inning loss.

Freshman Abby Zuschlag got the pitching shutout for Valor Christian.

Valor Chr. 6, Woodland Park 2

At Falcon: The Panthers scored their two runs in the fifth inning, after falling behind 5-0. Trichell had Woodland Park's lone RBI on a double, and also took the pitching loss, giving up four earned runs and striking out four.

Thomas Jefferson 8, St. Mary's 4

At Falcon: Natalie Godec went 3 for 4 with two RBIs to lead St. Mary's and Ashley Vetack had an RBI.

Vetack also did the pitching for St. Mary's, giving up five earned runs.

Thomas Jefferson 1, Lewis-Palmer 0

At Falcon: Lewis-Palmer's Barb Nigon and Thomas Jefferson's Grywusiewicz Allyson had quite a pitcher's duel, each striking out eight and only allowing a combined four hits.

Allyson also drove in the game's lone run in the first inning.

Ralston Valley 16, Liberty 0 (F-4)

At Liberty: The Lancers (4-6) mustered only one hit against Ralston Valley starter Rylie Strong.

Alexa Samuels had a big night at the plate for the Mustangs, going 4 for 4 with a home run and five RBIs.

 

BOYS' SOCCER

KADET KICK-OFF

Air Academy 3, Greeley Central 2

At Air Academy: Gabriel Stuger, Blake Doran and Brittain Romes each scored for the Kadets in a game that was tied at 1 at the half.

Air Academy (2-0) also got assists from Austin Dewing and Mark Beatty.

The Kadets will face Montrose in the semifinals at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Montrose 4, St. Mary's 0

At Air Academy: No stats were provided. St. Mary's will play Greeley Central in the consolation bracket at 8 a.m. Saturday.

Fruita Monument 9, Discovery Canyon 1

At Air Academy: Wesley Padgett had a hat trick for Fruita Monument.

Discovery Canyon (0-1) will play Sand Creek (2-1) in the consolation bracket at 8 a.m. Saturday.

Fossil Ridge 6, Sand Creek 1

At Air Academy: No stats were provided. Fossil Ridge will play Fruita Monument in the semifinals at 10 a.m. Saturday.

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