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Monday's prep roundup: Discovery Canyon claims third straight boys' golf regional title

September 18, 2017 Updated: September 18, 2017 at 11:29 pm
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BOYS' GOLF

4A Region 1

At Elmwood GC, Pueblo: Led by a sizzling, 5-under-par 65 from senior and defending 4A individual boys' state champion Luke Trujillo, Discovery Canyon on Monday claimed a third consecutive region championship.

In two weeks at Raccoon Creek Golf Course in Littleton, the Thunder will look to defend their 4A team title as well.

The Thunder won the team title by 22 shots over Niwot. Lewis-Palmer, which finished third, qualified a team for the state meet through individual qualifications from seniors Andrew Manney and Christian Holden, along with sophomore Justin Hudson, who won in a playoff hole to nab the final spot.

In addition to Trujillo, teammates Caleb Blackburn (77) and Kaden Ford (79) also had top-10 finishes for Discovery Canyon.

"Winning regionals was one of our goals, and it came to fruition," Thunder coach Mark Liggett said. "Now it's on to the next step. The boys are excited to see what they do and hopefully defend our title."

Also qualifying for state from the Pikes Peak region included Ryan Welsh of Falcon (75), Shane Purkey (78) and Jace Cisneros (85) of Woodland Park and Joseph Stroup (83) from Widefield.

5A Southern

At Colorado Springs Country Club: Brandon Bervig and Lucas Howell will represent Liberty at the upcoming 5A state meet at CommonGround Golf Course in Aurora after shooting scores of 75 and 76, respectively.

The Lancers nearly sent a team to state. Tyler Barcelon shot a 79 and finished in a three-way tie for the last individual spot but fell out of contention on the first playoff hole.

5A Central

At Plum Creek GC, Castle Rock: Rampart's Cameron Como (76) and Caden Bailey (78) secured spots to the 5A state meet with respective 10th- and 12th-place individual finishes.

5A Northern

At Coal Creek GC, Louisville: Avery Henderson carded a 10-over-par 82, giving the Doherty senior a spot in the 5A state meet.

5A Western

At Broadlands GC, Broomfield: Andrew Doyle of Pine Creek shot a 1-over-par 73 for a third-place finish, and Luke, his brother, finished with a 78 as both clinched 5A state berths. They'll be joined by Palmer's Andrew Rush, who carded an 81.

3A Region 1

At Hollydot GC, Colorado City: St. Mary's will send two of its golfers to the 3A state meet at Indians Peak Golf Course in Lafayette after Stephen Sabish and Peter Stinar completed play with rounds of 79 and 82, respectively.

3A Region 2

At CommonGround GC, Aurora: Liam O'Halloran shot a 1-under-par 70 to place third overall for The Classical Academy, and he'll be joined at state by teammate Tyler Trogstad, who shot an 81. The Titans nearly had a third qualifier in Connor Holien, who finished in a tie for the final spot but was eliminated in a playoff hole.

 

BOYS' TENNIS

Palmer Ridge 6, Liberty 1

At Palmer Ridge: Bryan Hauke, Ben Capek and Cole Bennett rolled to straight-set victories in singles play to lead Palmer Ridge past Liberty.

Liberty's No. 1 doubles team of Shilo Vega and Kyle Bohuslavsky rallied from one set down to win a three-set marathon, ultimately prevailing 10-8 in the pro-set tiebreaker.

Sand Creek 7, Mesa Ridge 0

At Sand Creek: Terrence Jones and Noah Gray had little trouble recording wins at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, and the Scorpions captured three, three-set wins in a sweep of Mesa Ridge.

 

SOFTBALL

Cheyenne Mountain 7, Falcon 5

At Falcon: Cheyenne Mountain (11-2, 3-1 5A/4A Pikes Peak) rebounded from having its 10-game winning streak snapped on Sept. 13 against Vista Ridge, taking advantage of five errors and four walks in a victory over Falcon (4-8, 1-3).

The Indians, who managed only three hits, scored five runs in the second inning to take the lead for good.

Alexa Winter led Falcon with three RBIs.

Vista Ridge 12, Palmer Ridge 2 (6 innings)

At Vista Ridge: Whitney Valencia and Kaylin Cruz each drove in four runs to lead Vista Ridge (9-5, 2-1 5A/4A Pikes Peak) past Palmer Ridge (7-4, 1-3) for the Wolves' fourth straight win.

Sara Lynch went 3 for 3 for the Bears.

Discovery Canyon 15, Lewis-Palmer 0 (4 innings)

At Lewis-Palmer: Discovery Canyon (9-3-1, 3-1 5A/4A Pikes Peak) stayed within a game of league-leading Air Academy in a run-rule-shortened rout of Lewis-Palmer (6-10, 1-3).

The Rangers, who had only one baserunner, have dropped seven straight in the series.

Air Academy 22, Sand Creek 0 (5 innings)

At Sand Creek: Cassidy Horn belted two doubles during a 4-for-5 effort and struck out eight batters as Air Academy (8-5, 4-0 5A/4A Pikes Peak) blanked Sand Creek (2-10, 0-3).

Sheridan Wayne and Rachel Noel also had four-hit days for the Kadets.

Mitchell 22, James Irwin 6

At El Pomar: Ariana Duran went 3 for 4 with two RBIs for Mitchell (2-12), which was aided by 17 walks and eight James Irwin (3-9) errors.

Pueblo County 11, Coronado 2

At Runyon Field: Coronado (2-10) fell behind 3-0 after the first inning and never recovered in dropping its fourth straight game.

 

BOYS' SOCCER

Cheyenne Mountain 1, Pine Creek 1 (OT)

At Pine Creek: Reece Nilsen set up Rodrigo Pereira for the tying goal in the second half as Cheyenne Mountain (4-3-1) rallied to tie Pine Creek (2-3-2).

Jon Schroeder put Pine Creek ahead with a goal in the first half, and Jake Zink added eight saves for the Eagles.

Will Thompson made nine saves for Cheyenne Mountain.

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