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Evangelical Christian Academy 59, Hanover 31

At Hanover: ECA already held a commanding lead when the Eagles came storming out in the third quarter, outscoring Hanover 23-9 on the way to a 1A Black Forrest win and their eighth straight victory.

Jared Guest had 20 points for ECA (8-1, 3-0) and Jonah Aragon scored 14. RJ Wagner and Michael Mann scored 10 points each.

Calhan 67, Pikes Peak Christian 55

At Pikes Peak Christian: Calhan took down Pikes Peak Christian in a nonconference game, led by Logan Glaser and Braden Eglinton, who each had a double-double. Glaser finished with 25 points — a career-high, and had 11 rebounds. Eglinton had 21 points and 10 boards. Hunter Gotschall also finished in double figures with 16 points. 

The win breaks a four-game losings streak for the Bulldogs (2-4).

Thomas MacLaren 63, Dolores Huerta Prep 35

Canon City 60, Widefield 41

Palmer 59, Harrison 44

Coronado 80, Mesa Ridge 65


Sand Creek 64, Sierra 53

At Sand Creek: Sand Creek won its third straight after a 4A CSML North battle with Sierra thanks in part to a strong second quarter in which the Scorpions outscored Sierra 15-6.

Sand Creek is 5-4 and 5-2 in league play. Sierra falls to 2-8 and is winless in CSML-North.

Coronado 35, Mesa Ridge 25

Canon City 61, Widefield 46

Evangelical Christian Academy 55, Hanover 31


Cheyenne Mountain 226, Coronado 79

At Cheyenne Mountain: Cheyenne Mountain’s Hannah Flis and Christina Matteson had two individual wins in a dominant performance over Coronado.

Flis won the 200 free in 2:02.63 and the 100 butterfly in 1:02.82. Matteson claimed the 50 free in 27.22, beating teammate Madeline Strong by just under 0.20 seconds. She also won the 100 back in 1:06.18.

Bethany Slivka had two second-place finishes for Cheyenne Mountain, taking second in the 100 (58.69) and 200 (2:05.16) freestyle races.

Widefield 97, Sierra 50

At Widefield Community Center: Widefield’s Cass Cooper won a pair of events and Sierra’s Mahkellah McClure was a two-time individual winner as Widefield edged Sierra in a Thursday dual meet.

Cooper won the 50 free in 30.88, more than five seconds ahead of the field, and also won the 100 butterfly in 1:21.09.

Sierra’s McClure won the 200 IM in 2:54.14 and claimed the 100 back in 1:13.25 — more than 16 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Sami Price of Widefield. Price also took second in the 50 free behind Cass with a time of 35.90. 


Cheyenne Mountain 47, Coronado 30

At Cheyenne Mountain: Coronado won three straight matches by fall from 152 pounds to 170, but Cheyenne Mountain dominated otherwise as the Indians claimed a dual meet win over Coronado.

Patrick Ransom earned a 15-0 technical fall at 120 pounds, and Nicholas Grizales pinned his 126-pound opponent in 3:34 for Cheyenne Mountain. Chase Johnson won a 6-2 decision at 132 and Grant Kunkel earned a first-period pin at 138 pounds. Raife Manjarrez pulled out a close 5-4 win at 145.

Cheyenne Mountain closed out the dual with four straight wins by fall. Soren Herzog pinned his 182-pound opponent in 1:22, and Nico Gagliardi followed with a win in 2:33 at 195 pounds. Jake Boley claimed victory in 1:34 at 220 and his brother Jesse pinned his heavyweight opponent in 1:40.

At 152 pounds Coronado’s Ben Nagel pinned his opponent in 51 seconds for the fastest pin of the day. Luke Smith followed at 160 pounds with a win by fall in 3:13, and Mitchell Nowlan pinned his 170-pound opponent in 1:35.

Coronado also earned a win at 113 pounds with Gabe Williams earning a quick pin in 53 seconds.


Doherty 30, Douglas County 21

At Doherty: Four Spartan wrestlers won by fall as No. 2 Doherty took down No. 9 Douglas County in a back-and-forth dual.

At 100 pounds Candice Brickell earned a third-period pin in 5:42 and Brittany Self pinned her 111-pound opponent in 3:04. Sarah Savidge had the quickest pin of the day with a win in 48 seconds at 127 pounds. Victoria Guinard won her 136-pound bout with a pin in 2:51.

Nadiya Trujillo pushed her 105-pound match into overtime, but ultimately fell to Ariyanna Orosco of Douglas County 15-13.