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Lewis-Palmer win over Palmer Ridge nearly clinches PPAC baseball crown

Sports: Gazette Preps : Baseball Updated: Tue, Apr 22, 2014

Four games left in the conference season and Lewis-Palmer has a three-game lead following a sweep of second-place Palmer Ridge. Forgive the Rangers if they were jubilant after Tuesday's 9-3 win over the Bears.

Baseball: Lewis-Palmer in command of PPAC behind Tillotson's mound effort

Sports: Gazette Preps : Baseball Published: Sat, Apr 19, 2014

In the fight for the 4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference baseball title, round 1 went to Lewis-Palmer. The Rangers edged rival Palmer Ridge 2-1 ...

Quick start, quick pitching paces Grizzlies to title

Sports: Gazette Preps : Baseball Published: Fri, Apr 18, 2014

Coronado committed mistakes and Mesa Ridge capitalized. Because of it - and combined with Woodland Park's loss to Mitchell - the Grizzlies claimed the 4A Colorado Springs Metro League title outright. Jake Grotelueschen routinely hit the upper-80s with his fastball, struck out 10 and...

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