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Gazette Premium Content Monday prep roundup: Rampart girls and boys hoops lose at home

BY JUSTIN SHAW preps@gazette.com Published: January 6, 2014

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Montrose 43, Rampart 37

At Rampart: Pikes Peak region No. 1 Rampart (5A, 6-1) suffered its first loss of the season in surprising fashion to the 4A Indians (5-4) at home.

Nicea Eliely led the Rams with nine points and seven rebounds, while Cassidy Budge and Megan Kavalec each added six points and four rebounds.

Montrose led 30-29 after three quarters and pulled away with a 13-8 fourth.

Castle View 56, Falcon 32

At Rampart: Castle View led from the start, taking an 18-10 lead after one quarter and increasing its lead steadily. The Sabercats (8-1) got 10 points from both Mikayla Gonzales and Maya Brown.

Falcon (3-5) dropped its second game in three days.

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Montrose 77, Rampart 71

At Rampart: The Pikes Peak region No. 1 Rams (8-2) saw their six-game winning streak snapped at home by the 4-4 Indians.

Montrose led 54-49 after three quarters before breaking out for 23 points in the fourth quarter.

No stats were provided.

HOCKEY

Air Academy 4, Liberty 2

At Sertich Ice Center: Air Academy got goals from four players and scored twice in the second period to take control over its District 20 rival.

Travis Hinton had a goal and an assist to lead the Kadets (3-3). Jarod Kane, Tristan Klewsaat and Alex Long each scored for Pikes Peak region No. 3 Air Academy.

Gunner Hleovas and Jason Rivera each scored for the Lancers (1-6).

Doherty 8, Coronado 0

At Sertich Ice Arena: Ryan Lefebvere and Dillon Dunlop each scored twice for the Spartans, who took a 4-0 lead after one period.

Jake Komrofske scored a goal and added three assists for Pikes Peak region No. 2 Doherty (3-3) and Eric Veren and Calvin Trenchik each tallied a goal and an assist.

Coronado (0-9) got 25 saves from goalie Willie Beupre.

Cherry Creek 12, Rampart 0

At Sertich Ice Center: Cherry Creek got goals from nine players and scored six times in the second period to improve to 6-2-1.

Rampart (1-6) was outshot 60-2.

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