Thursday's prep roundup: Harrison boys' basketball wins in triple overtime

Highlights from Thursday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.
By Scott Kaniewski Published: December 13, 2013 | 12:00 am 0


Harrison 83, Westminster 81, 3OT

At Harrison: After both teams scored 13 points in the first overtime and only two in the second overtime, Harrison (2-1) put up 10 in the third OT to outlast Westminster (0-6) in triple overtime.

Quincy Harding scored a game-high 39 points and freshman Quinzel Harding added 19 for the Panthers.


CSCS 62, James Irwin 39

At CSCS: Three players scored in double figures for Colorado Springs Christian School (), led by Lions freshman Justin Engesser's 18 points to beat James Irwin (2-2).

Samuel Howard added 16 points and Nick Doherty 12. Engesser hit three 3s.

Dante Blackburn led James Irwin with 12 points.


Falcon 68, Mitchell 46

At Mitchell: Falcon (5-0) jumped out to a 30-16 lead at half and got a team-high 19 points from Kew'shaan Thomas, as the Falcon remained perfect with a win over Mitchell (0-3).

Keven Rovnan scored a game-high 20 points for the Marauders. Marcus Phillips grabbed 12 rebounds for Mitchell.


St. Mary's 62, Ridge View Academy 41

At Ridge View Academy: Three players in double figures kept St. Mary's unbeaten on the early season with a 21-point win over Ridge View (3-2).

Jimmy Velten scored 13, Robert Delfeld 12 and Alex Greenly 11 for the Pirates (2-0).



Liberty 42, Falcon 26

At Falcon: Liberty won eight of the 14 weight classes, but won by 18 points behind six wins by pin.

Josh Trainer (285 pounds), Nick Sheriff (113), Alec Dowell (120), Jace Taliaferro (126), Jonathon Sigley (152) and Josh Burns all won by pins for Liberty.

Falcon got pins from Dominick Richardson (220) and Jonathan Charpenter (132).


Widefield 46, Sand Creek 33

At Sand Creek: Four wins by pins and another three by forfeit led Widefield to the win over Sand Creek.

Matt Hogue (132), Nick Scholl (152), Wesley Madrano (220) and freshman Andrew Price (106) all won by pin for the Gladiators.


Mesa Ridge 78, Sierra 6

At Sierra: Mesa Ridge won all but one match, as nine Grizzlies won by pin.

Procopio Valdez (113), Samuel Freeman (120), Matt Appodaca (126), Devin Roettger (132), Daniel Garcia (138), Dominique Hughes (145), Wyatt Becwar (152), Jajuan Jones (170) and Thomas Rydzynscki (285) all pinned their opponents.

Tod'zae Perry won the lone match for Sierra by pin at 160 pounds.


Pueblo East 36, Canon City 33

At Pueblo East: Anthony Abbott (170 pounds), Michael Archuleta (220) and Caleb Coffey (145) pinned opponents, but Pueblo East edged Canon City in the dual meet by three points.

Pueblo East won five matches by pins, while the Tigers won eight of the 14 matches overall.

But East won one match by forfeit and the extra victories by pin decided the outcome.



Liberty 4, Coronado 1

At Sertich: Alex McAfee scored two goals and Andre Ogren had a goal and assist to lead Liberty (1-2) past Coronado (0-3).


Heritage 4, Doherty 2

At Sertich Ice Arena: Brennan Ward's goal 12 minutes into the second period tied the game at 1, but Heritage (1-1) scored the next three goals to seal the game against Doherty (1-2).

Ward finished with both goals for the Spartans - both on the power play.



Cheyenne Mountain 128, Coronado 57

At Cheyenne Mountain: Cheyenne Mountain won nine of the 12 events, including all three relays, to breeze past Coronado.

Sydney Buckley had a hand in three first-place finishes, winning the 50-yard freestyle in 24.99 seconds, and swimming in the winning 400 free relay (4:06.57), 200 medley relay (1:57.79).

Maggie York joined Buckley in the 400 free relay and 200 medley relay, plus won the 100 butterfly in 1:09.6.

Madison Quintana (diving), Kristen LaRoy (500 free) and Emily Randono (100 breaststroke) took firsts for Coronado.



Pine Creek 61, Gateway 22

At Ponderosa: Pine Creek (4-0) shut out Gateway in the first quarter of the Ponderosa Invitational before cruising to a 39-point victory.

Freshman Spencer Lindsey scored a team-high 12 points, classmate Jade Odom added 11 and senior Taylor Cross nine.

The Eagles are scheduled to resume tournament play on Saturday against a yet-to-be-determined opponent.


Palmer 49, Arvada West 42

At Arvada West: Jenn Urbaniak scored a game-high 20 points and pulled down a team-high eight rebounds to lead Palmer (2-4) past Arvada West (0-4) in the Fairview Festival Tournament.


Widefield 50, Pueblo Central 46, 2OT

At Pueblo County: Delia Brekkan and Logan Prater each notched double-doubles to help Widefield (3-1) nip Pueblo Central (0-5) in double overtime in the Pueblo County tournament.

Brekkan scored a team-high 15 points and grabbed a game-high 26 rebounds, while Prater scored 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the Gladiators.


Florence 54, Dolores Huerta Prep 11

At Florence: Florence (2-2) held Dolores Huerta (1-1) to single digits in every quarter, including holding DHP to four points over the first three quarters, as the Huskies cruised.

All nine Huskies on the roster scored, led by Megan Droll and Bailey Reeves, who each scored 10 points.

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