TRACK AND FIELD
Altitude Running Invitational
At Fort Collins: Pine Creek junior Ally Watt, a two-time state champion, recorded the fastest time this season in the 100-yard dash at 11.85 seconds, helping the Eagles top the 14-team field.
Kaleigh Kroeker took top honors in the 1,600 with a time of 5:11.79, while Amelia Harvey won the triple jump with an attempt of 35 feet, 8 1/2 inches.
Pine Creek's 400-meter relay team won with a 48.06, the state's top time this season.
The Classical Academy took fourth in the team race, paced by first-place showing from Brianne Hoglin, who ran a 59.20 in the 400. Titans senior Hannah Carr claimed the shot put title with a throw of 40 feet.
In the boys' division, Nick Deray won the 400 in 50.91 seconds, and Alex Miller crossed first in the 110 hurdles in 15.98 to pace a second-place team finish by TCA, who finished a distant second (68 points) to team champion Fort Collins (134 points).
Doherty took fourth in the team standings. The Spartans were placed by Brandon Supernaw, who won the 300 hurdles in 41.32 seconds, and the 400-meter relay team, which took top honors in 43.90.
Pine Creek dominated the jumping events, as Ronald Sweeten won the long jump (21-41/2) and triple jump (42-21/4), while Dionne Taylor went 6-4 to win the high jump
At Elbert: Calhan, behind a Amber Dugger's winning effort in the long jump and a second-place showing in the 100-yard dash, claimed the girls' team title with 75.5 points.
Riley Cookson (second in the shot, fourth in discus) and Mattie Hlatki (second in both 1,600 and 3,200) also contributed heavily in the Bulldogs' victory.
In the boys' division, Vanguard placed third in the team standings, led by first-place finishes by Jacob Evangelista in the 800 (2:08.54) and Miles Hatton in the 1,600 (4:56.09).
Peyton leapers dominated the high jump, as Chris Epps (6-2) and Karlin Rufenacht (4-8) took first.
At Longmont: Palmer Ridge senior Ali Deitsch set a meet record in the 1,600 meters with a time of 5:06.21, winning the race by more than nine seconds.
Poudre 13, Fountain-Fort Carson 12
At Fountain-Fort Carson: A 10-run first inning gave Fountain-Fort Carson a big lead, but the Trojans found very little offense after.
F-FC (3-3) took a 12-9 lead into the sixth inning, but the Impalas (2-4) scored two go get much closer, then added two more in the seventh to take the lead for good.
Fountain-Fort Carson did not report stats.
Pueblo County 13, Sierra 0
At Sand Creek: Sierra managed just four hits in the fifth-place game of the Creek Classic.
Starting pitcher Blake Burgard went the distance for the Stallions (1-6-1), allowing 13 hits and nine earned runs.