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Monday's prep roundup: Liberty blanks Lewis-Palmer

April 15, 2014 Updated: April 15, 2014 at 5:35 pm


Liberty 3, Lewis-Palmer 0

At District 20 Stadium: Taryn LaBree broke a scoreless tie late in the first half and later added an assist to lead Pikes Peak No. 2 Liberty (9-3) to its sixth straight victory.

"We're starting to play the right way, and we're putting together a little streak," Lancers coach Andy Liddle said.

Morgan Metcalf and Sami Trinceri scored 10 minutes apart early in the second half to take command.

Hannah Wells stopped all four shots for the shutout, while Haley Arsenault recorded 12 saves for Lewis-Palmer (6-2-2).

The Lancers have the next week off before a showdown April 23 against Pine Creek that will feature the last two unbeaten teams in league play.

"We're starting to hit our stride," Liddle said. "We've played a lot of games, and the break before Pine Creek was by design. We took some tough overtime losses, but in hindsight, it's OK. You learn and grow from games like that."

Pine Creek 10, Fountain-Fort Carson 0

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Ryanne Parker set a school record with six assists, leading Pikes Peak 5A No. 1 Pine Creek to a quick road victory.

Ally Watt scored four times, including two in a span of 28 seconds early in the first half, and Madeline Alhamra added three others for the Eagles (8-1, 2-0 CSML), who finished off the Trojans (0-9-1, 0-2) just 18 minutes into the second half.

Gabby Bruno added two goals for Pine Creek, which next plays defending state champion Mountain Vista in a road clash on Friday.

Fountain Valley 5, CSS 0

At Colorado Springs School: Isabella Montoya scored three times, and Anna Greenbaum added two more as Fountain Valley (6-2, 3-0 3A Region 1) remained perfect in league play.

Heather Whitham recorded three saves in goal for the Danes, who also got assists from Sophie Deignan, Clare Hamilton and McKenna Monk.


Cheyenne Mountain 7, Fairview 6

At Cheyenne Mountain: Drew Lazar led a Cheyenne Mountain (5-4) comeback with three goals in a nonleague victory.

The Indians trailed Fairview, 4-3 at halftime before turning the game around with a 3-1 advantage in the third quarter.


Cheyenne Mountain 16, Liberty 1

At Pine Creek: Tarah Gilbreth scored five times, and Nell Crosby chipped in with four and both added two assists as Cheyenne Mountain (6-2) rolled and kept Liberty (0-8) winless.

Anna Hortik had three goals for the Indians, who won their third straight. Alana George, Rachel Sheridan, Dylan Craddock and Hailey Gelzer had one goal each.

Liberty did not report stats.

Palmer 19, Pueblo West 3

At Pueblo West: Palmer (8-0) stayed perfect on the season, blowing out the Cyclones (2-4) on the strength of a 11-2 first-half barrage.

The Terrors will have that undefeated mark put to the test in their next game against Cheyenne Mountain (6-2) on Saturday at Garry Berry Stadium.


Liberty 21, Coronado 3

At Coronado: Tony Rice and Brennen Sinchak had three hits apiece as Liberty (4-6) broke open a close game with six runs in the third inning, then added a 12-run outburst in the fifth in a rout of Coronado (4-7).

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