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  • Indians hold on after Rams rally in a classic match

    Rarely does a huge matchup in the sports world live up to the hype. On Tuesday night, Cheyenne Mountain and Rampart volleyball exceeded expectations. The Class 4A Indians held off the 5A Rams 25-22, 25-15, 23-25, 21-25, 15-13 in a five-set thriller between two elite teams. Cheyenne Mountain (8-1) entered the match as the third-best team in...

  • Tuesday's regional golf roundup

    Tuesday's highlights from regional golf tournaments around the state. Class 5A Northern Regional At Meadow Hills: Coronado and its No. 1 golfer, Isaac Petersilie, look to be contenders in Class 5A, too. Petersilie, who won the 4A golf title last season, made an eagle on par-5 No. 16 and finished with a 1-under-par 69. The eagle not only...

  • Tuesday's high school roundup: Cheyenne Mountain beats Pine Creek in boys' soccer

    Highlights from Tuesday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region. BOYS' SOCCER Cheyenne Mountain 2, Pine Creek 1, OT At Cheyenne Mountain: The Cheyenne Mountain Indians knew the defending Class 5A champions were the bigger, faster and stronger team at Cheyenne Mountain High School on Tuesday. But, with hustle, and a bit...

  • Tuesday's high school box scores

    Box scores from Tuesday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region. GOLF boys' 4A At Eisenhower Golf Course 1. Cheyenne Mountain 227, 2. Pueblo South 242, 3. Air Academy 244, 4. Discovery Canyon 246, 5. Lewis-Palmer 248, 6. Falcon 254, also, 8. Palmer Ridge 263, 9. Mesa Ridge 270, T11. Widefield 297, T11. TCA 297, 16....

  • L-P's Greer Marshall overcomes motorcycle accident to play golf

    There are two kinds of resiliency when you're talking about an athlete who has sustained a devastating injury. The first is more ideal. It's when that athlete rests for a period of time, progresses with a swell of training and comes back at the same or close to the same level. The second, meanwhile, is when an athlete must accept the reality...

  • This week's Peak Performer: Katie McKiel, Manitou Springs, volleyball

    While many 4A and 5A volleyball teams in Colorado Springs have dominated the headlines this season, there is a smaller program building a powerhouse just west of the city. Manitou Springs - which is ranked third in the state association poll - has become a major player in the 3A volleyball landscape, and a good deal of the credit belongs to...

  • Thunder capitalize and McKenzie Surface dominates in key softball win

    As early as it is in the Class 4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference, Discovery Canyon knew it had to win Monday at Falcon if it was going to maintain its stranglehold on the league crown. No surprise, Thunder coach Tanya Ramsay handed the ball to McKenzie Surface. And no surprise she delivered. But the senior provided a small surprise when she...

  • Monday's high school roundup: Doherty qualifies for state boys' golf as a team

    Highlights from Monday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region. BOYS' GOLF Class 5A Western Regional At Raccoon Creek Golf Course: Chadd Vasquez spent last night at the hospital. Breathing issues had doctors ready to admit him overnight, a stay that would cost the Doherty junior a trip to Monday's state qualifier....

  • Saturday's high school box scores

    Cross Country Pueblo Central Invitational At Pueblo Central BOYS 1. Alamosa 95, 2. The Classical Academy 100, 3. Legend 116, 4. Rampart 125, 5. Vanguard 127. Individuals-1. Martinez (WIDE) 16:25, 2. DeLaCerda (ALA) 16:26, 3. Duran (PC) 16:29, 4. Lewenkamp (CUS) 16:35, 5. Norman (TCA) 16:39, 6. Johnson (TCA) 16:41, 8. Oldach (FFC) 16:48, 9....

  • Pine Creek looks good in beating No. 6 Dakota Ridge 31-3 despite miscues

    The Pine Creek Eagles weren't hitting on all cylinders Saturday, and managed to shoot themselves in the foot at District 20 Stadium. Despite all of the mistakes though - the mishandled runs, the dropped passes, and not to mention the plethora of opportunities gone dry - the top-ranked Eagles still managed to look like the best team in Class...

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