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Monday's prep roundup: Pine Creek offense gets clicking behind Warhoe, Senn

April 7, 2014 Updated: April 7, 2014 at 10:05 pm


Pine Creek 16, Eaglecrest 6

At Pine Creek: Stephanie Warhoe scored four goals and Arran Senn had three, as Pine Creek (3-4) won for the second time in three games.

Senn, who runs the Eagles' offense, is starting to look good in the position.

"She's starting to get more comfortable in each game," Eagles coach Roger Wallace said. "We're hoping she can improve her game and become that special player."

With 11 freshmen on the team, the Eagles and Wallace know this season could be a trying one. But the win over Eaglecrest (0-4) could be a sign of growth.

"It's a point to build to," Wallace said. "Things are starting to look up."


Rampart 19, Pueblo West 4

At Pueblo West: Rampart (6-1 overall, 1-0 Southern League) opened league play in fine fashion, as four players netted hat tricks for the Rams against Pueblo West (1-2, 0-2).

Sam Smith scored a game-high five goals and added an assist, and Lauren Machowski recorded seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) for the Rams.

Allie Popelar had three goals and two assists and Kelli Warmouth posted three goals and three assists.



Doherty 17, Cheyenne Mountain 7 (6 innings)

At Doherty: Doherty (3-6) scored four runs in the bottom of the first and added three more in the second to jump out to an insurmountable lead against Cheyenne Mountain (0-8) and end it after six innings.

Gabe Jacobo, Jake Needham, Cory Ewald and Lalo Porras each had three this for the Spartans. Porras drove in five runs, tripled twice and doubled. Needham and Ewald each drove in three, while Jacobo and Shane Fox each drove in two.

Nic Lacayo went 3 for 4 for the Indians with three RBIs.

Nick Chavez gave up four runs in five innings for the win.


Pueblo South 10, Woodland Park 0 (6 innings)

At Pueblo South: Pueblo South (5-5) scored five runs in the sixth inning to end the game an inning early against Woodland park (2-6) because of the 10-run rule.

South held the Panthers to two hits.

Dakota Herman struck out nine in the loss.



Evangelical Christian Academy 7, CSCS 0

At CSCS: Two goals and an assist from Tori Mann and two goals from Brie Karlstrum helped Pikes Peak region 3A No. 1 ECA (7-0 overall, 1-0 3A Region 2) run its unbeaten streak to seven games to start the season.

The Eagles were coming off the season's best win, a 2-1 overtime victory over Fountain Valley.

"It shows us we’re certainly in the mix for being in the top part of our league," ECA coach Drew Morton said. "We’ve honestly got more tough games to come." 

Jessica Knedler made 21 saves for CSCS (1-6, 0-1).


Discovery Canyon 3, Vista Ridge 1

At Discovery Canyon: Jordan Alcon scored twice and Annette Galaviz once to lead Discovery Canyon (4-2 overall, 1-0 4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference) past Vista Ridge (2-6-1, 0-1).

Payton Jones scored for the Wolves, while goalie Jessie Mourning made 17 saves.


Pueblo West 5, Coronado 0

At Coronado: Pueblo West (5-3) scored four times in the first half to put the game away early against Coronado (2-3).

Emily Lambert made 14 saves for the Cougars.

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