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GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Cheyenne Mountain 53, Coronado 48

At Coronado: The Indians bounced back from a loss to Liberty by outlasting Coronado in nonconference action Thursday.

Cheyenne Mountain (6-2) captured its fifth win in six games. On Tuesday, the Indians lost 53-47 to the Lancers.

Coronado (1-9) dropped its third straight game.

Fountain-Fort Carson 58, Mountain Vista 53

At Mountain Vista: The Trojans continued their unbeaten streak and boasted a 10-0 record with a win over Mountain Vista (6-4).

Danae Christensen led Fountain-Fort Carson with 17 points, followed by Torie Bass' 15. Tauja Durham added 13.

Amy Holland led Mountain Vista with 15 points.

Sierra 51, Mesa Ridge 50

At Sierra: D'nae Wilson exploded for 21 points and the Stallions (6-3) jumped to a 16-11 lead to earn their second straight win.

Mesa Ridge (4-3) dropped its second straight game.

Widefield 48, Woodland Park 46

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Lewis-Palmer 65, Chaparral 55

At Chaparral: The Rangers (6-3) snapped a three-game losing streak with a win over Chaparral (6-4).

TCA 58, Canon City 44

At The Classical Academy: Micah Lamberth scored 25 points, Tyler Trogstad contributed with 18 points and nine rebounds, Grayson Tanton added 12 points as the Titans (6-2) won their fourth game in five tries against Canon City (5-3).

Seth Newton led the Tigers with 15 points, followed by Josh Rall's 12.

Cheyenne Mountain 82, Coronado 76, OT

Harrison 69, Elizabeth 60

Widefield 69, Woodland Park 43

ICE HOCKEY

Cheyenne Mountain 8, Pueblo County 2

At Pueblo Ice Arena: The Indians picked up their second win of the season, while Pueblo County fell to 2-4.

WRESTLING

Sand Creek 66, Mitchell 12

At Mitchell: The Scorpions dominated, thanks to pins from Joseph Stelle (106 pounds), Murphy Knapp (120) and Devin Deloria (152). Sand Creek also benefited from eight forfeits.

Reporter

Chhun Sun is a sports reporter with an emphasis in preps. He joined The Gazette in April 2015 and covered public safety for three years before joining @gazettepreps staff. The Thailand-born Cambodian-American has been in journalism for nearly two decades.