Friday's prep roundup: Doherty football team beats Rangeview 83-55

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Doherty 83, Rangeview 55

At Garry Berry: Julian Cooks rushed for five touchdowns, Logan Sifert threw four touchdown passes, and Isaac Kubik caught two touchdown passes and ran for another as Doherty lit up the scoreboard in a win over Rangeview to turn away a seven-touchdown effort by Raiders quarterback Jaelin Odegard.

The Spartans led by as many as 25 points but had that advantage cut to 62-55 in the fourth quarter before scoring the game’s final three touchdowns.

Harrison 30, Green Mountain 10

At Trail Blazer Stadium: Aumiere Shedrick ran for two touchdowns, Orlando Westbrook threw for a score and rushed for another, and Harrison (1-0) downed Green Mountain to avenge a season-opening loss to the Rams last year.

Cheyenne Mountain 41, Air Academy 38 (OT)

At Air Academy: One play after Air Academy took the lead on an overtime field goal, James Lacerte ran for a touchdown, giving Cheyenne Mountain a thrilling, come-from-behind victory.

Air Academy led 21-7 after the first quarter.

Mead 41, Lewis-Palmer 14

At Don Breese Stadium: Lewis-Palmer didn't have an answer for Tyler Keys (two touchdowns rushing and another passing) and Derek Edwards (two TDs rushing and one receiving) as Mead dominated Lewis-Palmer.

Cole Recker provided an offensive highlight for the Rangers with a 64-yard touchdown pass to Joel Scott that cut the deficit to 27-7 in the third quarter.


Rust Buster Jamboree

At Monument Valley Park: Afeworki Zeru, Jacob Dewey and Connor McCabe all finished in a virtual dead heat, and teammate Sadio Fenner came in soon after to lead Rampart to a sweep of the top spots in the boys' race and a runaway team victory.

Rampart's Kyla Ramsey and Lynzie Kutsner finished 1-2 in the girls' race, while Pine Creek took the team title.

Washington Park Invitational

At Denver: Vista Ridge's Max Bokle and Jacob Morton finished sixth and seventh, respectively, to pace a fourth-place team finish.

Arapahoe Warrior Invitational

At Littleton: Doherty's Hayden Martinez finished sixth overall for the area's top finish. Dillon Powell of Air Academy placed 12th.


CSCS 4, Canon City 0

At Fountain Valley: Ethan Campegna, Kinsley Smith, Lookens Smith and Noah Banderas all scored in an 11-minute span in the second half as CSCS (3-0) broke through against Canon City after a scoreless first half.

"We had a lot of chances in the first half, and we knew that once the first goal went in, we'd relax and be energized," CSCS coach Jason Rollins said. "That's exactly what happened. Our first goal raised our energy, and we played better and more composed around the goal."

Fountain Valley 6, Vanguard 0

At Fountain Valley: Riki Fujimoto scored two goals and Galen Kelly added a goal and three assists to power Fountain Valley (1-1) past The Vanguard School (0-2).


Heritage 10, Pine Creek 8;

Pine Creek 17, Niwot 7 (5 innings)

At Erie: Gerilyn Martinez went 4 for 5 and scored twice to help Pine Creek (4-2) recover from an early four-run deficit, but the Heritage responded with a four-run rally in the sixth inning in action from the Erie Tournament of Champions.

In the first game, Leah Passafiume drove in three runs and settled down after a shaky first inning, leading the Eagles past Niwot in five innings.

Passafiume allowed five first-inning runs but allowed only two more runs the rest of the way, striking out five. Only one of the runs was earned.

Coronado 21, Mitchell 3

At Doherty: Nevaeh Santisteven homered and drove in five, and Coronado, thanks in large part to a pair of eight-run innings, blasted Mitchell at the District 11 Invite.

Fountain-Fort Carson 14, Sand Creek 4 (6 innings)

At Sand Creek: Mackenzie Cordova went 3 for 4 with four RBIs, Sydney Quetet struck out 12 and allowed only three hits, and Fountain-Fort Carson (6-0) broke open a close game with a seven-run sixth inning to put away Sand Creek (1-3).

Sterling 11, Woodland Park 0 (4 innings)

At Littleton: Woodland Park (0-5) could only manage hits from Jada Boddy, Danielle Thrailkill and Lena Knapp in a loss to Sterling at the Labor Day Tournament at Corner Stone Park.