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Cheyenne Mountain 3, Woodland Park 0

At Woodland Park: Cheyenne Mountain's defense did wonders Wednesday. 

In its road matchup in the hills of Woodland Park, the Red-Tailed Hawks held the Panthers to a .000 hitting percentage and forced 20 errors en route to a three-set sweep in which the visitors won each set by double digits, 25-10, 25-14, 25-15. 

Thomas Jefferson 3, Discovery Canyon 2 

At Thomas Jefferson: Discovery Canyon pushed Thomas Jefferson to the brink, but was unable to finish the upset. 

The Trojans entered the match 6-2, but were forced into a 15-11 fifth set to clinch their win. The Thunder run came after dropping both opening sets. 

The Classical Academy 3, Manitou Springs 0

Pueblo County 3, Doherty 0


Palmer Ridge 5, Dakota Ridge 0

At Palmer Ridge: The Palmer Ridge Bears used a four-goal first half to pull ahead and put Dakota Ridge away. 

The Bears moved to 4-1-2 with the win and have allowed only four goals this season to 24 of their own. 


Pine Creek 2, Doherty 0

At Doherty: The Spartans' flawless run took a hit Wednesday night. 

Doherty came into its matchup with Pine Creek 4-0, but was unable to tame Pine Creek. The two goals for the Eagles came in the second half after a defensive standoff took place in the first. 

Air Academy 2, Palmer Ridge 2 (2OT)

At Palmer Ridge: Try as they might, neither the Kadets nor Bears were able to notch the final, late-night score. The stalemate matched the contest itself as both teams scored in each regulation period. 

Both Palmer Ridge and Air Academy stayed at a win apiece this year as each squad looks to improve moving forward. 

Harrison 11, Pueblo East 0

Erie 1, Mesa Ridge 0

Liberty 10, Fountain-Fort Carson 0


Fountain-Fort Carson 16, Rampart 6

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Fountain-Fort Carson ran away with a win over Rampart Wednesday to break up a rough streak for the Trojans. 

Coming in, the Trojans lost three of their last four, with two of the three loses coming by two or fewer runs. In the latest CHSAA 5A rankings, they received votes, despite the slump. 


Cheyenne Mountain 7, Coronado 0

At Coronado: Cheyenne Mountain, led by its singles dominance, brought home a sweep Wednesday. 

Both the first and third singles for the Red Hawks won 6-0, 6-0. The win for sophomore Miles Hoover, the top singles player for CMHS, was a rebound from two losses to begin the year. 

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