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Saturday's prep roundup: Rampart edges Pine Creek in CSML swim finals

February 9, 2014 Updated: February 9, 2014 at 12:00 am



At Rampart: Behind two relay wins and six individual victories, Rampart won the team title at the league meet with 321 points.

Pine Creek finished a close second with 300 points.

Lindsay Horning (200 free and 100 free), Julie Henninger (200 individual medley and 100 backstroke) and Jessica Chen (50 free and 100 breaststroke) led the Rams, while their relays teams touched first in the 200 and 400 freestyle events.



Valor Christian 79, Cheyenne Mountain 67

At Cheyenne Mountain: Ghassan Nehme and Nathan Resty had 18 and 16 points, respectively, but Pikes Peak No. 3 Cheyenne Mountain (13-5) couldn't hold off Valor Christian (16-3), last season's 4A state runner-up.

The No. 2-ranked Eagles, led by Chase Foster's 24 points and 23 from Garrett Baggett, outscored the Indians 27-12 in the fourth quarter.

Cheyenne Mountain led 36-29 at halftime.


Doherty 75, Pine Creek 67

At Doherty: Down by two at halftime, Pikes Peak area 5A No. 2 Doherty (12-7, 5-1 Colorado Springs Metro League) rallied late to knock off Pine Creek (7-12, 0-6) to remain in a first-place tie with Fountain-Fort Carson.

David Bray led Pine Creek with 22 points in yet another close loss. Five of the Eagles' six league setbacks have been by single digits.

Doherty did not report stats.


Sand Creek 53, Vista Ridge 38

At Sand Creek: Pikes Peak 4A No. 1 Sand Creek (15-3, 9-1 Pikes Peak Athletic Cconference) won its third straight, holding Falcon District 49 rival Vista Ridge (5-13, 1-8) to 25 percent shooting.

Andrew Reed led the Wolves with 12 points.

Sand Creek did not report stats.


Mitchell 39, Sierra 36

At Sierra: Marcus Phillips scored 10 points as Mitchell (10-9, 7-1 4A CSML) clipped Sierra (7-11, 5-4) by rallying late.

The Marauders trailed 25-23 heading into the third quarter but rallied to win their sixth straight, the third by three points or fewer.

Sierra did not report stats.


St. Mary's 62, Trinidad 47

At Trinidad: Robert Delfeld scored a team-high 19 points and Jimmy Velton added 17 as Pikes Peak 3A No. 2 St. Mary's (14-2, 11-1 Tri-Peaks East) beat Trinidad (6-11, 4-8) to stay in command of the league race.


Florence 63, Manitou Springs 59

At Florence: It all went south in the fourth quarter for Manitou Springs (7-8, 5-3 Tri-Peaks West) after being outscored 31-14 in the final eight minutes.

Mick Prather had a team-high 12 points for the Mustangs, who led Florence (8-7, 5-3) 45-32 after three quarters.



Pine Creek 58, Doherty 46

At Doherty: Spencer Lindsey had a game-high 21 points as Pikes Peak 5A No. 1 Pine Creek (17-2, 5-1 CSML) rebounded from Tuesday's setback at Rampart.

Doherty (7-11, 1-5), which was led by Meagan Kramer's 11 points, forged a 16-all tie after the first quarter and trailed only 43-37 heading into the fourth quarter.


Rampart 60, Palmer 40

At Rampart: Megan Kavalec scored 17 points, leading three scorers in double figures as the Rams (14-4, 6-0 CSML) remained unbeaten in league play by beating Palmer (6-13, 2-4).

Cassidy Budge added to the effort with 16 points, while Victoria Mondy added 11.

Palmer did not report stats.


Sand Creek 70, Vista Ridge 31

At Sand Creek: Shyla Armstrong scored 15 points and Liah Davis chipped in with 13 as Pikes Peak-area 4A No. 2 Sand Creek (15-3, 10-0 PPAC) led 25-8 early and never looked back.

Vista Ridge did not report stats.


Valor Christian 62, Cheyenne Mountain 39

At Valor Christian: Cheyenne Mountain led early, but the hosts, ranked fifth in the latest 4A state poll, used a 27-8 edge in the third quarter to win going away.

Sara Walters and Hunter Peifer each scored 13 points for the Indians (9-9), who led 16-13 at the end of the first quarter and trailed only 28-23 at halftime.


Manitou Springs 49, TCA 33

At TCA: Shelby Megyeri poured in 18 points, Angala Jensen had 14, helping Pikes Peak-area 3A No. 2 Manitou Springs (10-5, 5-1 Tri-Peaks West) avenge an earlier loss to TCA (11-4, 6-3), which entered the week as the area's top-ranked 3A squad.

The Mustangs started quickly, jumping out to a 16-4 edge at the end of the first quarter.


Colorado Springs School 43, Kiowa 30

At Kiowa: Nataya Stapleton and Kendra Baucom scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, helping Colorado Springs School (8-4, 3-0 2A Black Forest) stay undefeated in league play heading into Wednesday's home showdown against state-power Peyton.


Peyton 75, Calhan 41

At Peyton: Shelby Patterson scored a game-high 27 points as Pikes Peak 2A and below No. 1 Peyton (14-1, 4-0 Black Forest) won its eighth straight game.


Sierra 75, Sheridan 26

At Sheridan: Desalia Fuller had 21 points, and Sierra (11-7) exploded to a 22-2 lead early and cruised past Sheridan (8-8).



Lewis-Palmer 5, Cheyenne Mountain 1

At Colorado Sports Center: Dmitri Smith scored twice, and Julian Claudio and A.J. Schaefer added a goal and an assist each, as Lewis-Palmer (16-1) won its 15th straight game by beating Cheyenne Mountain (8-8) and ending the Indians' five-game winning streak.

Tanner Taylor scored the lone goal for Cheyenne Mountain.


Liberty 5, Pine Creek 4

At Sertich Ice Center: Alex McAfee's goal 3:46 into the third period broke a 3-3 tie and gave Liberty (7-10-1) a win over Pine Creek (8-7-1) in a game between Academy District 20 rivals.

Logan Bowles scored a goal and had two assists for Pine Creek.


Doherty 5, Palmer 3

At World Arena: Jake Komrofske netted the hat trick for Doherty (9-8) as the Spartans jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead and never looked back.

Komrofske scored twice in a 23-second span early in the first period to get Doherty going.

Sam Horning scored for Palmer (7-9-1) and also had an assist.

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