Saturday's prep roundup: Coronado, Mitchell both get three wrestlers to the top of the podium

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WRESTLING

Arapahoe Invitational

At Littleton: Behind titles from Angel Flores (126 pounds), KJ Kearns (145) and Zeke Terrazas (152), Coronado placed second in the 15-team tournament.

Kearns and Flores recorded pins in the third period. Terrazas claimed a 9-7 decision in his final.

Mike Stanley Invitational

At Boulder: Freshmen twins Kaleb LaFrancis (170) and T.J. LaFrancis (160) both won titles, and Payton Miles' ultimate tiebreaker victory in the final at 220 played a big role in Mitchell's second-place finish.

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Liberty 77, Loveland 67

At Highlands Ranch: Moz Doria had a team-high 22 points, Sean Bohuslavsky added 21, and Liberty (1-2) took control with a dominant third quarter as the Lancers broke a two-game skid by beating Loveland. Liberty, holding a five-point lead heading into the second half, outscored Loveland 27-13 in the third quarter.

Kyle Bohuslavsky and Jacob Burns added to Liberty's effort with 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Summit 51, Woodland Park 49

At Frisco: Josh Bodin scored a team-high 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, but Woodland Park (1-1) couldn't quite overcome an 11-point halftime deficit in a nonleague loss. Skye Ciccarilli added 14 points and eight rebounds for the Panthers.

Air Academy 82, Resurrection Christian 59

At Pueblo Central: Niko Lunt led all scorers with 22 points, and Air Academy (1-2) broke into the win column for the first time, fueled by a 29-3 run in the second quarter. The Kadets trailed 25-20 after the first quarter. Joshua Biddle scored 18 points for Air Academy, who also got 13 points from Thad Dewing and 10 from Brock Bendrick.

Vista Ridge 52, Poudre 46

At Fort Collins: Julius Dowell led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points, and Vista Ridge outscored Poudre 35-20 between the second and third quarters as the Wolves (2-1) won their second straight. Raymon Harper added 11 points for Vista Ridge, while Micah Hilts chipped in with 10.

Kent Denver 77, St. Mary's 42

At Kent Denver: Gabe Calhoun scored a team-high 14 points as St. Mary's (0-2) stayed close with Kent Denver early. The Sun Devils took control with a 24-7 run in the second quarter for a 22-point cushion by halftime. Kent added to the advantage with a 23-11 run to start the second half.

St. Mary's trailed only 22-15 after the game's first eight minutes.

ECA 57, Wiggins 34

At Wiggins: Justin Holt scored a game-high 20 points as ECA (1-1) led from the start to give coach Bob Wingett his first win since his return to the sidelines. Cameron Rawlings added 17 points for ECA. Wingett previously coached the girls' program at Air Academy for four seasons and led the Kadets to the 2012 4A state title, but stepped away in 2014, citing health concerns.

Rampart 84, Monarch 51

At Highlands Ranch: A 30-4 run in the third quarter turned a nine-point lead into a rout for Rampart (2-1) in final-day action from the Mountain Vista/Rock Canyon Tournament.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Palmer 34, George Washington 29

At Palmer: Sanee' Cates had 11 points and four assists as Palmer (1-2) rallied past George Washington for the Terrors' first victory. Palmer took the lead for good in the third quarter after a 14-5 run.

Rampart 54, Monarch 28

At Highlands Ranch: Madi Wriedt led all scorers with 20 points, and Rampart opened up a close game with a 19-6 run in the third quarter as the Rams (1-2) got their first win. Shannon Danda added 10 points for the Rams, who led 21-15 at halftime.

Horizon 73, Mesa Ridge 62

At Palmer: Chloe Welch's 20 points and nine rebounds weren't quite enough as Mesa Ridge struggled down the stretch, scoring just six points in the fourth quarter as the 4A Grizzlies (2-1) fell to 5A Horizon. Angelina Jackson scored 12 points, while Ashley Bowen added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Grizzlies, who led 56-55 heading into the fourth quarter.

Fountain Valley 31, Rocky Mountain Lutheran 17

At Elbert: Tilly Rahm scored a game-high 22 points, and Fountain Valley (1-1) overcame a slow start to take control in the second half. The Danes, who trailed 12-6 at halftime, more than doubled their point total in the third quarter after a 13-2 run. Katie Prantl had 10 rebounds for Fountain Valley.

Woodland Park 55, Summit 36

At Frisco: Woodland Park (2-0) dominated the fourth quarter, outscoring Summit 21-2.

HOCKEY

Pine Creek 12, Palmer 3

At World Arena: Austin Gipson, Gabriel Sims and Spencer Sykes each scored two goals as Pine Creek (1-1) rebounded from a shutout loss the night before. Parker Gregory and Cameron Gillis had three assists apiece for the Eagles, who built a 5-1 lead after one period and added three more goals in the second period. Zack Swain had two goals for Palmer.

Regis Jesuit 2, Lewis-Palmer 0

At Ice Ranch: Reece Colson stopped 39 of 41 shots, but Lewis-Palmer (0-1) couldn't muster any offense in a season-opening loss to Regis Jesuit. The Rangers managed only nine shots on goal.

Pueblo County 7, Rampart 1

At Pueblo Plaza Ice Arena: Rampart allowed two power-play goals and a short-handed goal over the first two periods in a season-opening setback. Braden Overholt scored an unassisted goal 3:47 into the third period to get Rampart on the board. The Hornets outshot the Rams 46-14.