Friday's prep roundup: Cheyenne Mountain storms to early lead in boys' basketball win over Mitchell

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Cheyenne Mountain 80, Mitchell 66

At Mitchell: Luke Martin led with 22 points and 16 rebounds as the Indians (4-3) jumped to a 23-9 first quarter advantage that they never relinquished against Mitchell (0-6).

Cheyenne Mountain's Nicholas Bassett and Javonte Johnson had 18 and 17 points, respectively, and Jaedn Harrison chipped in 13.

Liberty 59, Douglas County 55

At Liberty: Kyle Bohuslavsky scored 21 points and Moz Doria added 16 to lead the Lancers (6-2).

Sean Bohuslavsky scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Liberty, which has won six straight games.

Earl Boykins finished with 15 points for Douglas County (4-1), which had three others in double digits.

Castle View 55, Fountain-Fort Carson 52

At Columbine Tournament: The game was tied after three quarters, but Castle View (7-1) pulled away with a 14-11 fourth quarter.

Rashon Barron had 15 points, five rebounds and five blocks for the Trojans (1-2). Davante Logan contributed with six points and eight rebounds.

Grand Junction Central 52, Discovery Canyon 32

At Pueblo East Coaches Classic: Zach Anderson led Discovery Canyon with 15 points as the Thunder (4-3) were held to single-digit scoring in each quarter.

Grand Junction Central (4-4) pulled away with a 20-5 fourth quarter.

Pueblo County 72, Air Academy 69 (2 OT)

At Air Academy: Brock Bendrick scored 16 points on three 3-pointers, and Thad Dewing added 14 as the Kadets were outscored 12-9 in the second overtime by Pueblo County (5-2).

Luke Louthan chipped in 10 points for Air Academy (6-3), which snapped a six-game winning streak.

Sierra 65, Sand Creek 53

At Sand Creek: The Stallions (3-3) trailed by one at halftime before outscoring Sand Creek 43-30 in the second half.

The Scorpions (2-6) suffered their sixth straight loss.


Chaparral 64, Fountain-Fort Carson 46

At Fountain-Fort Carson: The Trojans (4-3) fell behind 22-8 but outscored Chaparral 33-26 in the next two quarters. The rally wasn't enough, as the Wolverines finished with a 16-5 fourth quarter.

Danae Christensen led F-FC with 14 points and nine rebounds and Samiyah Worrell added nine as the Trojans had 30 turnovers to Chaparral's 20.

Teja Tsangarakis scored 18 points for Chaparral (5-3).

Regis Jesuit 68, Pine Creek 22

At Regis Jesuit: Bri Bailey finished with a team-high eight points as the Eagles were shut out 23-0 by the Raiders (6-2) in the first quarter.

Liberty 64, Douglas County 29

At Douglas County: Phylicia Bacon led with 16 points, and Jordan Valentine hit three 3-pointers to finish with 13 points as Liberty (5-2) held Douglas County (0-8) to single-digit scoring in each quarter.


Standley Lake 6, Liberty 3

At Ice Centre at the Promenade: Standley Lake (4-1, 3-0 Pinnacle League) broke a 3-3 tie in the second period by scoring three unanswered goals.

Jonah Dixon, Ryan Wooten and Reid Magnusson each scored a goal for the Lancers (1-4, 0-4).

Summit 6, Air Academy 1

At Sertich Ice Center: Grant Lichtenberger scored a goal in the third period to help the Kadets (1-4, 1-3) avoid a shutout against Summit (2-2, 2-1) in the Pinnacle League matchup.

Heritage 3, Doherty 2

At South Suburban Ice Arena: The Spartans (0-4, 0-4) fell just short of their first win. Doherty's Anthony Hervias scored a third-period goal to tie it at 2-2, but Heritage (4-1, 3-0) put up one last goal in the Peak League game.

Scott Sellers' first-period score put the Spartans ahead 1-0.