No. 14 Air Academy 14,
No. 3 Kent Denver 9
At Kent Denver: The Kadets (12-4) pulled out the upset of Kent Denver (11-5) on the strength of a second half which saw Air Academy outscore the Sun Devils 9-2.
Junior Whitney Moran and sophomore Avery Rodny both recorded hat tricks for Air Academy, while four other players scored two goals apiece.
Senior Payton Romines recorded eight saves to help the Kadets repel Kent Denver.
Air Academy will face No. 6 Cherry Creek, which beat No. 11 Pine Creek 17-3 on Friday, in the quarterfinals.
Boys' Swimming and Diving
At Fountain-Fort Carson: Pine Creek took the team title with 404 points, while Coronado (376 points) and Rampart (317.5 points) rounded out the top three.
Nick Sherman of Pine Creek won the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 21.63. He also won the 100 backstroke with a time of 51.98. Both were 5A CSML records.
The Coronado team of Daniel Saks, Marley Kaiser, Kieran Lynch and Andrew Aire won the 200 yard medley relay at 1:39.59.
Scott Reeder of Rampart won the 500 free with a time of 5:30.28.
At Cheyenne Mountain: The host Indians took the team title, racking up 592 points. Lewis-Palmer took second place with 506.5 points, and Discovery Canyon rounded out the top three team finishers with 349 points.
4A Second Round
No. 3 Lewis-Palmer 3,
No. 19 Littleton 0
At Lewis-Palmer: The Rangers (15-2) handled business early, scoring all three goals in the first half in the win over Littleton (8-9) to advance to the quarterfinals.
The Rangers will face No. 6 Windsor.
No. 6 Windsor 2,
No. 11 Cheyenne Mountain 1 (2OT)
At Windsor: It took almost all the time allowed, but Windsor (16-1) finally got the best of a tenacious Cheyenne Mountain (9-7) team. The Indians scored first, but the next two goals belonged to the hosts.
The Wizards haven't lost since March 23.
3A Second Round
No. 9 Skyview Academy 5,
No. 8 CSCS 1
At UCCS: All six goals came in the first half as Skyview Academy (12-4-1) beat CSCS (12-4) after the Lions got a first round bye.
Skyview also won the first match between the two teams, 2-1 in overtime on May 5.
Track and Field
At Garry Berry Stadium
Fountain-Fort Carson ran away with the team title with 182 points, while Rampart finished in second with 110 and Pine Creek took third with 80.
Donovan Williams of F-FC won the 100 meters with a time of 10.79 seconds and the 200 with a time of 21.78 seconds. The Trojans won all four relays.
Liberty (127 points) beat out Doherty and Rampart (both 112 points) to win the team competition.
Gabbi Chapa of Doherty ran a 12.32 100 meters to win by almost half a second.
Tariana Williams of Liberty won the 200 with a sprint of 26.42 seconds. Liberty won the 800 meter relay and the 1,600 meter relay as well.
Widefield blew away the 4A field, winning with 173 points while Elizabeth (88 points), TCA (82 points) and Mesa Ridge (77 points) battled for the next three spots.
Jaquaireus Grant won the 200 for Widefield with a time of 22.58 seconds. Widefield also won the 800 meter relay (1:30.68) and 3,200 meter relay (8:12.61).
TCA handily took the team title with 160 points as Widefield finished second (121 points) and Elizabeth finished third overall (91 points).
Distance victories helped TCA get the team win, as the top two finishers in both the mile and two-mile runs were Titans.
McKenzie Elliott (5:23.75) and Katie Flaherty (5:36.80) finished one-two in the mile, while Erin Percy (12:51.36) and Sarah Burroughs (13:01.10) paced the two mile.