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Tuesday's prep roundup:Discovery Canyon, Fountain-Fort Carson earn wins in boys' swimming

March 13, 2018 Updated: March 13, 2018 at 9:54 pm
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BASEBALL

Centaurus 19, Sierra 0

At Sierra: Centaurus got off to a quick start in a nonconference game against Sierra, scoring seven runs in the first and second innings.

The Warriors stole eight bases and had 12 hits.

Sierra is 0-2.

Fountain-Fort Carson 3, Widefield 1

At Widefield: The Gladiators’ comeback in the bottom of the seventh fell just short in a nonconference clash with Fountain-Fort Carson.

Tyler Orcutt had three hits for the Trojans, while Brody Stegman, Nate Lengeman and Jarren Sly batted in runs. Sly was 3 for 4 with two doubles.

Cody Spears earned the win on the mound for F-FC (1-1), pitching all seven innings with one earned run and two strikeouts.

Widefield is 1-1-1.

Pine Creek 7, Rock Canyon 1

At Rock Canyon: Pine Creek scored five runs in the sixth and seventh innings to put a cap on a nonconference win.

Riley Cornelio pitched six strong innings registering seven strikeouts and allowing five hits.

Cade Kleckner and Justin Olson had two RBIs each for the Eagles (1-0).  

Pueblo East 13, Palmer 5

At Pueblo East: Palmer took a quick 3-0 lead in a nonconference clash against Pueblo East, but the Eagles bounced back with a vengeance, scoring 13 runs through the final four innings.

Cale Fields led the Terrors (0-2) with two hits and two RBIs.

Roosevelt 6, Air Academy 5

At Roosevelt: Air Academy scored five runs through the first two innings, but could not tack on any more for the remainder of a nonconference game against Roosevelt, which scored six quick runs in the bottom of the seventh to steal the win.

Grant Shandy threw five innings and struck out six batters. Bo Powers earned the loss in relief in 1.1 innings pitched.

Grant Shandy had two hits and two RBIs for the Kadets (1-1).

Kent Denver 10, Manitou Springs 0
At Kent Denver: The Sun Devils scored four runs in the first and six in the fourth, all the while limiting the Mustangs (0-1) to just one hit in a nonconference win.

Henry Rogers earned the win on the mound with one hit through five innings pitched and 10 strikeouts.

Lutheran 33, Colorado Springs Christian 1

At CSCS: Lutheran scored 15 runs in the fourth inning before a mercy-rule end to a nonconference win over CSCS.

Lutheran was led by Brody Schneider who was 3 for 5 with nine RBIs, and Noa Vogel, who batted 3 for 4 with seven RBIs. Both had a home run.

Calhan 9, Ellicott 4

At Calhan: Calhan capitalized on seven Ellicott errors in a 2A District 8 victory.

Joe Hayes led the Bulldogs with three hits and two RBIs. Eddie Glaser also batted in two runs and earned the win on the mound with six strikeouts through three innings pitched.

Calhan (1-1, 1-0) pitchers struck out 11 Ellicott batters and allowed five hits.

Ellicott is 0-2 and 0-1 in league play.

Lewis-Palmer 13, Doherty 8

At Doherty: Lewis-Palmer started the year 2-0 thanks to stellar performances on the mound from Jason Shuger and Joe Schedlbauer. The duo combined for 11 strikeouts in the win.

Shuger was also 3 for 3 with an RBI for the Rangers. Sophomore Hayden Ambuehl scored twice and batted in three runs for Lewis-Palmer.

Doherty is 0-4.

Pueblo West 8, Palmer Ridge 7

At Palmer Ridge: Palmer Ridge scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth, but the Bears' comeback fell short in a nonconference game.

Palmer Ridge is 1-1.

Pueblo South 11, The Classical Academy 5

At TCA: The Titans had 12 hits but only brought five runs across the plate in a nonconference loss to Pueblo South.

John Bull was 3 for 3 from the plate with two RBIs. Alex Moore, Josh Roper and Ethan Boyles each had two hits for TCA (0-3).

Mesa Ridge 2, Pueblo Centennial 1

At Mesa Ridge: Mesa Ridge scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to clinch a season-opening win over Pueblo Centennial.

Mesa Ridge (1-0) pitchers allowed just five hits.

Pueblo County 9, Canon City 3

At Canon City: The Tigers fell in their season opener to Pueblo County.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Pueblo South 7, Mesa Ridge 2

At Mesa Ridge: A pair of Pueblo South freshmen did the damage in a decisive nonconference win on Tuesday. Michayla Goff-Dirito scored five goals for the Colts, and Kiahna Sanders found the back of the net twice.

Mesa Ridge starts the year 0-2.

Coronado 3, Vista Ridge 0

At Vista Ridge: Freshman Erin Field scored a pair of goals for the Cougars on the way to a nonconference win over Vista Ridge. Isabella Janney also scored for Coronado (1-3), while goalie Kylie Anderson had seven saves in a shutout win.

Vista Ridge is 1-2.

Discovery Canyon 6, Pueblo West 1

At D-20 Stadium: The Thunder scored three goals in each half of a nonconference win over Pueblo West.

Discovery Canyon is 1-1.

Manitou Springs 9, Woodland Park 0

At Manitou Springs: The Mustangs (1-0) earned their first win of the season in decisive fashion over Woodland Park.

The Panthers are 0-2.

Broomfield 6, Cheyenne Mountain 0

Legacy 5, Doherty 0

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Cherry Creek 18, Palmer Ridge 3

At Stutler Bowl Stadium: Cherry Creek scored 12 goals in the first half of a nonconference win over Palmer Ridge.

The Bears are 0-3.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Englewood 10, St. Mary’s 9

At St. Mary’s: St. Mary’s took a one-goal lead at halftime of a nonconference game, but was outscored 4-2 in the third quarter as Englewood earned a narrow win.

The Pirates are 0-2.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Cheyenne Mountain 5, Lewis-Palmer 2

At Cheyenne Mountain: Lewis-Palmer won a pair of singles matches, but Cheyenne Mountain swept all four doubles contests for a 4A Region 6 win over the Rangers.

Lewis-Palmer’s Austynn Crocker won her No. 2 singles match in three sets, 7-5, 4-6, 14-12 over Corey Patton Lossner. No. 3 singles player Emma Gaydos won her match 6-2, 6-2.

The Indians’ No. 1 doubles team of Jensen Enterman and Taylor Heinicke won 6-2, 6-2. No. 2 doubles, Emma Delitch/Sydney Wagner won by default. No. 3 team of Tiana Stepelton/Reed Vaughn won 6-1, 6-2, and No. 4 doubles Zola Bzdek and Maggie Dwyer earned a win 6-0, 6-1.

BOYS’ SWIMMING

Fountain-Fort Carson 103, Doherty 73

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Brent Keller and Dahlton Hazlett each won a pair of individual events to aid the Trojans in a win over Doherty in their 5A Colorado Springs Metro league opener.

Keller won the 200 (2:06.86) and 500 (5:46.17) freestyle races, while Hazlett touched the wall first in the 200 IM (2:23.32) and 100 breaststroke (1:09.05).

For Doherty, Keaton Adams came home with a pair of wins in the 50 and 100 free in 23.38 and 55.27, respectively.

Fountain-Fort Carson also swept the relay races thanks to efforts from Keller and Hazlett. Keller helped the 400 and 200 free relays to victory, and Hazlett aided the winning 200 IM relay team to a win.

Discovery Canyon 181, Air Academy 125

At Air Academy: Braden Whitmarsh and Tommy Rauchut each won two events for Discovery Canyon as the Thunder claimed a 4A Pikes Peak conference win over Air Academy.

Whitmarsh won the 200 freestyle (1:52.19) and the 100 butterfly (53.64), and Rauchut claimed the 50 and 100 freestyle races in 22.58 and 50.57, respectively.

Kona Lindsey earned Air Academy’s lone first-place individual finish with a win in the 100 breaststroke in 1:09.03. Lindsey also helped the Kadet 200 medley relay team, composed of Alex Maline, Griffin Ayotte and Jacob Beineke, to a win in 1:48.02.

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