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BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Palmer 64, Discovery Canyon 50

At Palmer: Palmer put three scorers in double figures on the way to a nonconference win over Discovery Canyon.

Junior Kolben Barney led the Terrors (5-3) with 16 points, followed by Brett Downs who had 12 points and completed the double-double with 14 rebounds. Downs also had a team-high five blocks. Sophomore Jaelyn Robinson scored 11 points.

Discovery Canyon (4-3) was led by a pair of double-double performances with senior Jaxon Smith leading the way with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Brandon Clawson scored 11 and had a team-high 12 boards.

Sierra 49, Woodland Park 44

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Sierra 63, Woodland Park 46

At Woodland Park: A slow start didn’t scare Sierra as the Stallions rebounded to eliminate a first-quarter deficit in a 4A CSML-opening win over Woodland Park.

Sierra (5-3, 1-0) had four players hit double figures, led by a career-high performance by senior Azaria Lacour with 24 points. She also had a team-high six steals. D’nae Wilson scored 15 and Ariana Reyes and Annalisa Mileto had 10 each. Mileto completed a double-double with 12 rebounds.

Woodland Park is 2-6 and 0-1 in league play.

Fountain-Fort Carson 53, Pine Creek 50 (OT)

At Pine Creek: Fountain-Fort Carson reigned victorious in a back-and-forth 5A/4A CSML overtime to remain undefeated.

Torie Bass shot a field goal and Shawnee Phillips hit a free throw in overtime to lift the Trojans (8-0, 1-0) to their eighth straight win.

Pine Creek is 3-6 and 0-1 in league play.

Lewis-Palmer 51, Coronado 45 (OT)

At Coronado: Lewis-Palmer overcame a 19-point deficit to force overtime and ultimately clinch a nonconference overtime victory over Coronado.

The Rangers outscored the Cougars 17-7 in the fourth quarter to force overtime and 10-4 in extra time for the win.

ICE HOCKEY

Air Academy 3, Colorado Academy 2

At Honnen: Joey Polaski had two goals and an assist, including the game-winner for Air Academy in a nonconference win over Colorado Academy.

William MacGuire also scored for the Kadets and Jakob Grebe earned the win in goal.

Heritage 8, Cheyenne Mountain 1

At SS-Delio: Phillip Bramble scored Cheyenne Mountain’s lone goal in a nonconference loss to Heritage.

Palmer 5, Rampart 4 (OT)

At Sertich: It took just 20 seconds in overtime for Will Stone to find the back of the net and win it all for Palmer in an Apex Conference victory.

His game-winner in OT was his fourth goal of the day. Stone also had an assist. Palmer’s Shawn Valdez also had a goal and an assist for the Terrors.

Rampart’s Jordan Jeffords, Jaysen Komrofske, Noah Miller and Logan Matheny scored for the Rams.

Lewis-Palmer 4, Coronado 3

At Honnen: Sam Kleinsmith scored twice for Lewis-Palmer to help the Rangers to a nonconference win over Coronado.

Jakob Aggers and Nick Boss also scored for L-P.

Coronado’s Joe Quintana, Connor Fouts and Aaron Thomas scored.

Glenwood Springs 11, Woodland Park 2

At WA-NHL: Parker Taranto and Summer Mullin scored for the Panthers, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Glenwood Springs’ barrage of shots in a nonconference loss.

Pine Creek 7, Chatfield 0