Highlights from Wednesday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.
St. Mary's 10, Dolores Huerta 0
At St. Mary's: In a battle of undefeated league rivals, St. Mary's (8-1 overall, 4-0 3A Region 1) smothered Dolores Huerta (4-5, 3-1).
Emily Loof scored multiple goals in a game for the seventh time this season, as the Pirates outshot the Scorpions 27-1.
This time, Loof, a senior, scored four goals to give her a 3A-most 23 goals on the season.
She also leads 3A with 56 points.
Elsewhere, Rachel Craft added two goals and an assist for St. Mary's, which won its sixth consecutive game.
Woodland Park 26, Mitchell 4, 3 innings
At Mitchell: It was a long three innings - more fun for Woodland Park (4-7 overall, 2-1 4A Colorado Springs Metro League) than Mitchell (0-10, 0-4).
Keegan Harman went 4 for 4 with four RBIs and a home run, Logan Watters went 2 for 4 with five RBIs, and Kayden Osborn gave up only three hits in three innings in the Panthers' throttling over the Marauders.
Woodland Park had 18 hits.
Carl Loy, Sam Ballard and Osborn also drove in multiple runs in the win.
Palmer 10, Legend 4
At Legend: It was a day to honor the staple of the Palmer Terrors' lacrosse program: Sam Horning.
And things couldn't have gone better for the occasion. Horning scored three goals and added two assists to give the Terrors their fourth straight win after the senior signed to play lacrosse at Division-II Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va) University minutes before the game.
Noah Smith added three goals, DJ Stanec had two and Caleb Espinoza had 17 saves in net for Palmer (6-2, 4-1 Douglas County League), which holds second place in the league standings after finishing 6-9 in 2013.
The Terrors face Pine Creek at Garry Berry Stadium on Friday.
Read about Horning's journey to college lacrosse at Gazette Preps. (link: http://gazette.com/signing-day-palmers-horning-pushes-past-broken-leg-to-earn-lacrosse-scholarship/article/1518375)
BOYS' SWIMMING AND DIVING
Doherty 103, Palmer 83
At Palmer: Doherty's Clint Pappas won the 100-yard butterfly (58.53 seconds) and 200 freestyle (1:59.78) to help lead the Spartans (4-1, 4-0 5A CSML) to a win over host Palmer (2-4, 1-4).
He also helped the 200-medley relay to win in 1:47.60.
Brady Chewakin added a win in the 100 free (52.91) and Jedidiah Massey won the 500 free (5:34.35) for Doherty, which has won four dual meets in a row.
For Palmer, Koi Zheng won the diving event (228.10 points), while Andrew Doehring and Charles Sturgeon grabbed respective wins in the 50 free (23.23) and 100 breaststroke (1:09.21).