Canon City, 3, Coronado 2
At Canon City: Logan Nethercot had an RBI double for Canon City (1-0) and also pitched three scoreless innings to pick up the win for the Tigers.
Canon City scored once in the first inning and again in the third to take a two-run lead. However, Coronado would tie the game with two runs in the fourth. The Tigers would win the game in walk-off fashion in the bottom of the seventh.
Brad Cutter pitched the first four innings for Canon City and also scored the winning run on a passed ball.
Pitcher Emelio Martinez took the hard-luck loss for Coronado (0-2) after giving up only three hits in the game.
Falcon 13, Woodland Park 2
At Falcon: Falcon scored eight times in the third inning en route to a five-inning victory. Bailey Flores went 2 for 4 with three RBIs for Falcon, and Benjamin McDowell, Sean Vecchio and Josh Thompson all tallied two RBIs for the Falcons (1-0).
Junior Wyatt Aaberg pitched all five innings for Falcon, giving up one earned run and striking out seven.
No stats were provided for Woodland Park (1-2).
Pine Creek 5, Denver East 0
At Arapahoe Warrior Invitational: Junior Ally Watt tallied a hat trick in the first half for Pikes Peak region 5A No. 1 Pine Creek (1-0), and then added an assist in the second half as the Eagles opened their season with a dominating victory.
Ryanne Parker and Sarah Ravetti each scored second-half goals for Pine Creek to expand the lead, while goalkeeper Jade Odom stopped all five shots she faced.
Legend 2, Liberty 1
At Liberty: Morgan Metcalf scored the lone goal for Pikes Peak region 5A No. 2 Liberty, which dropped to 0-2. Metcalf scored in the 45th minute to tie the game, but Legend would answer.
Anna Kennedy and Drew Guillen scored goals for Legend (1-1), which held a 1-0 halftime lead and did enough in the second half for the win.
Standley Lake 4, Rampart 1
At Standley Lake: Standley Lake led 1-0 at the half and scored three times in the second to hand Rampart (1-1) its first loss.
The Gators (1-0) got goals from Taylor McRae, Sophia Brown, Taylor Redding and Meghan DeHerrera.
No stats were provided for the Rams.
Falcon 10, Mitchell 0
At Falcon: Falcon got two goals each from Jordyn Falk, Ashlyn Klein and Molly Riggs to improve to 2-0. Emily Troscher and Jordan McQuesten each tallied a goal and an assist for Falcon, which scored four times in the first half and six in the second.
Mitchell fell to 0-2.
Englewood 10, Sierra 0
At Englewood: Elijah Daughtry and Julia Kline each tallied hat tricks for Englewood, which scored eight times in the first half.
Sierra fell to 0-2.
Palmer 21, St. Mary's Academy 3
At Palmer: The Terrors started the season with a bang, scoring 13 goals in the first half to run away from the Wildcats.
Allye Webb led Palmer (1-0) with six goals, while Micah Waterhouse and Mikaela Martinez each added two goals and an assist.
In net, Mia Lakes saved seven of 10 shots she faced for Palmer.
Mountain Vista 19, Pine Creek 8
At Mountain Vista: Alex McAfee led Pine Creek (0-1) with three goals, and Austin Noel and Jason Heister each scored twice for the Eagles.
Colton Robinson scored the other goal for Pine Creek, while Miles Gilbert and Kyle Harrington split goalkeeping duties.
Palmer 146, Widefield 39
At Palmer: Freshman Charles Sturgeon had a big meet for Palmer, winning the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 6.08 seconds, and then winning the 500 free in 5:58.31. He also was part of the 400 free relay win for the Terrors.
Junior Maxx Helfer won the 50 freestyle and was also part of Palmer's winning 200 medley and 400 free relays.
The bright spot for Widefield was sophomore Josh Canada, who won both the 200 IM and 100 backstroke for the Gladiators.
Lewis-Palmer 237, Liberty 73
At Lewis-Palmer: Junior Phillip Riegert led the way for Lewis-Palmer, picking up wins in the 200 IM and 500 free, while also helping the 200 medley and 400 free relays to victories.
Senior Billy Wells won the 200 free for the Rangers, and also was part of the 200 and 400 free relay wins.
Liberty picked up three individual wins, led by a dominating performance from senior Wyatt Larsen, who won the 100 backstroke by almost five seconds over Wells. Jacob Thompson won the 100 butterfly for the Lancers, and Iain Bisset took the 100 breaststroke.