Calhan 10, Simla 9
At Simla: Calhan thwarted a Simla comeback in a 2A Region 8 matchup on the road, registering the third out of the seventh just before the Cubs could score the game-tying run.
Joe Hayes led the Bulldogs hitting 3 for 5 with three RBIs, and Jacob Bolduc knocked in two runs.
Calhan (12-5, 6-3) stole 13 bases, averaging nearly two steals per inning, led by Bolduc and Eddie Glaser, who robbed three bases each.
Glaser earned the win in 4.2 innings of work and struck out nine.
Cheyenne Mountain Invitational: Maxine Choi scored 80 to finish atop the Cheyenne Mountain Invitational leaderboard, helping the Indians to a team victory by 16 strokes.
Coronado and Air Academy tied for second at 279, followed by Palmer Ridge with 294.
Discovery Canyon’s Christina Cheng was one stroke off a first-place finish, scoring an 81 on the day. Air Academy’s Isabell Deak also finished with 81, and Palmer Ridge’s Ashlee Sample scored an 85.
Columbine 12, Lewis-Palmer 1
Pueblo West 12, St. Mary’s 11
Lakewood 15, Palmer 7
Palmer 14, Denver South 4
At Garry Berry: Aspen Reed racked up six goals and an assist as Palmer claimed its second nonconference win of the year.
Anna VanDyk and Domi Semadeni each had hat tricks for the Terrors.
Anabella Sandoval had 14 saves in the cage for Palmer (2-10).
Castle View 18, Liberty 12
ThunderRidge 16, Air Academy 14
Colorado Springs Christian School 5, Pinnacle 1
At Broomfiled County Commons Park: CSCS was tied with Pinnacle heading into the second half of a nonconference clash, but the Lions netted four goals in the final 40 minutes to remain undefeated.
Air Academy 5, Vista Ridge 0
At Vista Ridge: Seven different Kadets had a hand in Monday’s 4A/5A PPAC win over Vista Ridge, led by Hanna Chaja who netted two goals.
Zoe Sims had a goal and an assists, and Liza Louthan had a pair of helpers.
Freshman Katherine Tansill and junior Baylee Barnes also scored, while Brooke Moss and Makenna Kardell had assists for Air Academy (6-5-3, 4-2-1).
Vista Ridge is 1-13 and winless in the PPAC.
Cheyenne Mountain 4, Pine Creek 2
At D-20 Stadium: Sophie Hollard scored a pair of goals and Lisa Long had two assists for Cheyenne Mountain to extend the Indians’ winning streak to five.
Carly Fetters and Caroline McCleary also scored for Cheyenne Mountain.
Pine Creek (6-6-1) held a 2-1 lead at the half, but Bella Zanotelli shut the Eagles out in the second half. She had nine saves for the Indians (9-4-1).
Columbine 2, Liberty 1
Widefield 5, Fountain Valley 2
At Widefield: Fountain Valley started strong with wins in the first two singles matches, but Widefield came back to win the remaining five matches for a nonconference win.
Faith Bower claimed a win for the Gladiators at No. 3 singles in three sets, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. The remaining Widefield (9-1) wins were decisive victories in two sets.
Ivy Zhang and Delaney De Mott won their Nos. 1 and 2 singles matches, respectively. De Mott defeated Widefield’s Madison Villers 6-4, 5-7, 6-4.
Pueblo South 4, Mesa Ridge 3
At Mesa Ridge: The Grizzlies won No. 2 and 3 doubles matches and their No. 3 singles match but Pueblo South won the remaining contests in a non-conference clash.
Michaela Welch won her No. 3 singles match in three sets, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3. At No. 2 doubles Madison Andert and Jena Plattenberger defeated their opponents 6-1, 7-5, and Corina Gonzales and Annaliese Ortiz wopn their No. 3 doubles match 6-1, 6-1.
Colorado Springs School 7, Sierra 0
At Memorial Park: CSS claimed a swift sweep of Sierra for a 3A Region 6 win.
Jules Thompson and Kate Griffin swept their Nos. 1 and 2 singles matches 6-0, 6-0.
The Kodiaks are battling for control of the conference at 7-4 and 4-1 in league play.