Cheyenne Mountain 17, Mitchell 0, 4 innings
At Mitchell: Katelynn Ralston struck out 12 in a one-hitter, hit two home runs and drove in six, and Cheyenne Mountain (2-1) beat Mitchell (0-3) for its second straight win.
Ralston allowed one base runner while striking out the side in all four innings. She also scored four runs.
Grace Gustafson, Hope Brazil and Sarah Neeley each had two RBIs for the Indians. Mikaela McCarson added two hits.
Fountain-Fort Carson 14, Lincoln 1
At Lincoln: Alyssa Steele struck out 10 and Fountain-Fort Carson beat Lincoln for its third straight win.
Emily Howling had four hits and drove in three, and Marian Vigil had three hits and three RBIs. The Trojans have outscored their first three opponents 45-15. Mackenzie Cordova added three hits and two RBIs.
Steele (3-0) allowed one run and four hits in seven innings. She has allowed only two runs in her past two outings after giving up 11 in a 15-11 win over Coronado to start the year.
Woodland Park 6, 3 innings
At Lewis-Palmer: Lewis-Palmer snapped a two-game losing streak in a big way.
The Rangers scored 17 runs in the first two innings and added nine in the bottom of the third to end the game.
Elizabeth 18, Sand Creek 0
At Sand Creek: A 19-run win in its first game was followed by an 18-run defeat.
Sand Creek (1-1) will travel to Pueblo Centennial on Wednesday.
Pueblo Centennial 6,
At Falcon: Falcon (1-3) had 13 hits and three errors in its third loss in four games.
The Falcons led 2-0 in the first but the Bulldogs responded with six unanswered runs over the next three innings.
Fairview 2, Pine Creek 0
At Fairview: Jake Zink stopped six shots, but for the second straight game the Pine Creek offense couldn't get going as the Eagles (0-1-1) lost to Fairview (2-0-0).
Three starters sat out with an illness for Pine Creek. It was the second straight game that sickness sapped the Eagles' starting unit as they played without four starters in a 0-0 draw against George Washington to open the season last week.
"The first game we had four guys out and tonight we had three," Eagles coach Ben Corley said. "Once we get everyone healthy and we can work on our offense it should clean up a little bit."
The Knights scored on a free kick at the end of the half and added another in the second to lead them to their second victory of the year.
Coronado 6, Palmer Ridge 1
At Coronado: No. 1 singles player Reilly Fredell won his fourth match of the season, helping lift Coronado past Palmer Ridge.
No 2 Ashton Rogers and No. 3 Tucker Travins also won their singles matches for the Cougars, who improved to 2-0 in dual matches.
Duncan Everhart and Zach Nelson won in No. 3 doubles for the Bears.
Liberty 6, Widefield 1
At Liberty: Sean Bohuslavsky beat James Bosch 6-1, 6-0 in the No. 1 singles match as Liberty swept Widefield.
No. 2 Austin Lauritzen also won for the Lancers, who will face Colorado Springs Christian School Tuesday.
At Air Academy/Doherty/Pine Creek: Bradley Ma took first in No. 1 singles as Pine Creek won the two-day, 12-team tournament on Saturday.
Rock Canyon took second, followed by Pueblo West, Mullen, and Air Academy.