Woodland Park 3, Mesa Ridge 2 (OT)
At Meadowood Sports Complex: Morghan Sieracki scored a goal and added two assists - including the game winner in overtime - to help Woodland Park (3-2) to a non-conference win over 4A Metro rival Mesa Ridge (2-4).
Nine minutes into overtime, Woodland Park freshman Amelia Stein scored the game-winner off an assist from Sieracki.
"Our last two game-winning overtime goals have been from freshmen, so it's good to have that kind of production," Woodland Park coach Andrew Pappadakis said."
Kaylee Gatzke assisted both goals for Mesa Ridge, setting up Dakota Evans-Cerezo and Darby Cross.
Caitlan Thorne also scored for Woodland Park.
Sand Creek 10, F-FC 0
At Fountain-Fort Carson: Christina Tafoya had a huge game for Pikes Peak region 4A No. 2 Sand Creek, scoring four goals and adding an assist as the Scorpions (4-0) routed the Trojans (0-5-1) in a game which lasted just 50 minutes. Amanda Timmermeyer scored twice and added three assists for Sand Creek, while Tarah Patterson had two goals and an assist.
Lauren Vyvlecka and Ashley Ramsey scored the other two goals for Sand Creek, which scored nine times in the first half.
Prairie View 11, Liberty 8
At Liberty: Prairie View (5-1) built a 7-0 lead after three innings, and Liberty (2-5) ran out of time in its comeback bid. The Lancers shot themselves in the foot, committing five errors in the game, which enabled the Thunderhawks to build the large lead.
"We didn't handle the baseball very well, which has been the theme of our season so far," Liberty coach David Schmidt said. "Errors led to guys getting on and moving around, and we have to get mentally tougher because baseball is 90 percent mental."
Liberty got big performances from seniors Patrick Clift and Kyle Simon, who both drove in three runs. Brian Caverly took the loss for Liberty, giving up two earned runs on five hits in four innings, while Nick Lacey pitched three scoreless innings in relief duty.
"I told the guys that if we go 0-10 prior to league it isn't that big of a deal, as long as we can get it put together by then, but we have to be strong-minded," Schmidt said.
Rampart 5, Prairie View 5 (susp.)
At Rampart: After eight innings of play, the game was suspended due to darkness with the score tied at five. Rampart (1-6-1) held a 5-1 lead after four innings, but couldn't hold on before the game was forced to be called.
Nick Burgeson had a two-run triple to lead Rampart's offense, while Ameen Hosain, Christian Perkins and Andy Churchill all drove in a run as well.