Saturday's prep roundup: Doherty's Colton Sedlak hurls no-hitter against TCA

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Highlights from Saturday's sports scene around Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region.


Doherty 8, TCA 0

At Doherty: Colton Sedlak threw seven no-hit innings to lead Doherty (1-4) past The Classical Academy (0-5) and nail down the Spartans' first win of the season.

Sedlak struck out six and walked two in the performance, pitching to 23 batters, two over the minimum.

Meanwhile, the Spartans batters did more than enough for Sedlak.

Kayden Washington doubled, walked, drove in three runs and scored once. Jordan Cornelison drove in two, while Jordan McDonald scored three runs.

Cañon City 9, Summit 6

At Cañon City: Zac Hanenberg went 4 for 4 with five runs batted in and two runs scored to lead Cañon City (3-0) to a come-from-behind victory over Summit (3-1).

Summit jumped to a 4-3 lead after three innings, but the Tigers scored three in the bottom of the fourth and another three in the fifth after Summit added one in the top half.

Hanenberg doubled twice. Kadin Porter had two doubles, two RBIs and three hits.

ECA 16, Denver Chr. 3, 5 innings

At Denver Christian: Evangelical Christian Academy (2-2) scored in every inning to make short work of Denver Christian (0-2), ending the game after five innings because of the 10-run rule.

Benjamin DeRuiter, Zachary Perry and Tyler Schwinck each drove in three runs for the Eagles who jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one inning and added five runs in both the second and fifth innings.

The Eagles split pitching duties among four hurlers, each allowing one hit.

Palmer Ridge 13, Vista Ridge 1, 6 innings

At Vista Ridge: Palmer Ridge (3-1, 1-0 Pikes Peak Athletic Conference) opened conference play with a six-inning win over Vista Ridge (1-3, 0-1) courtesy the 10-run rule.

Starting pitcher Charlie Deeds held the Wolves to one earned run, six hits and two walks in the six-inning performance.

The Bears scored five runs in the third and three in the fourth to grab an 8-0 lead before Vista Ridge responded.

No other stats were reported.

Coronado 9, Falcon 1

At Coronado: Pikes Peak region 5A No. 3 Coronado (4-0) kept its perfect season intact, notching an eight-run victory over Falcon (2-1).

The 5A Cougars jumped to a 2-0 lead after the first before hanging four runs in the fourth to blow the game open.

Gary Crist drove in 4A Falcon's run.

Coronado had not reported individual stats when this edition went to press.

Pueblo Centennial 7, Widefield 6

At Pueblo Centennial: Widefield (0-5) scored twice in the fifth to tie the game, but Pueblo Centennial (2-3) found a run in the bottom of the seventh to walk off with the win.

The Bulldogs jumped to a 3-0 lead after one, but Widefield answered with four runs over the third and fourth innings. PC rallied with three in the bottom of the fourth before the Gladiators tied the game.

The Bulldogs pounded out 15 hits and Widefield 14.

Brennan Heitz and Jarred Hutchison each drove in two runs for the Gladiators, Hutchison notching four hits.

Jefferson 6, Mitchell 4

At Jefferson: Jefferson (2-2) pounded out 16 hits and held off Mitchell (2-3).

Cheyenne Mountain 17, Woodland Park 1, 5 innings

At Woodland Park: Matthew Smith drove in four runs as Pikes Peak region 4A No. 3 Cheyenne Mountain (3-0) pounded out 17 runs on 18 hits to beat Woodland Park (1-2) in five innings via the 10-run rule.

Connor Dunaway, Christian Buckler and Ryan Schneider each drove in two runs.

La Junta 4, Lewis-Palmer 3, 8 innings

At La Junta: Zach Werschky tripled and drove in a run but Pikes Peak 4A No. 2 Lewis-Palmer (3-2) fell to 3A La Junta (1-0) in extra innings.

Pueblo South 16, Rampart 7

At Rampart: Pueblo South (4-0) scored eight runs in the first inning and Rampart (1-5) never recovered.

The 5A Rams chipped away at the 4A Colts’ lead, cutting the gap to 8-4 after the third inning, but the Colts immediately responded with six more in the top of the fourth.

Caden Jones went 3 for 4 for the Rams, scored three runs and drove in one.

Colorado Academy 14, St. Mary’s 1, 5 innings

At Colorado Academy: Colorado Academy (3-0) scored four in the first, two in the second and eight in the third to jump out early and St. Mary’s (1-1) couldn’t battle back.


Cañon City 3, Pueblo County 1

At Cañon City: Canon City (2-2) got goals from three players as the Tigers held off Pueblo County (2-1) and handed the Hornets their first loss.

Lily Nordell, Jerika Moore and Kaylee Jennings all scored. The Tigers led 1-0 at half.

Lizzy McCalla made seven saves for Cañon City.

Skyline 7, Mitchell 0

At Mitchell: Brie Musser scored two goals and Skyline (0-4) got scores from five others as the Falcons blanked Mitchell (1-1).

The Marauders trailed just 1-0 at the half, but the Falcons turned up the attack after the break.

St. Mary's 4, Bayfield 1

At Bayfield: St. Mary's made its lengthy trip 2 for 2.

A day after topping Pagosa Springs, St. Mary's (2-0) jumped to a three-goal lead at the break and beat Bayfield (1-3).

Faith Heery, Isabella Thomas and Cassidy Sorensen scored first-half goals for the Pirates.

Marisa Shigio added a second-half goal and had an assist. Heery also had an assist.

Manitou Springs 6, Pagosa Springs 0

At Pagosa Springs: Pikes Peak region 3A and below No. 3 Manitou Springs (3-0) followed up its 10-0 win at Bayfield with a six-goal, shutout performance at Pagosa Springs (1-2).

Brooklyn Mack scored three goals and added an assist.

Vanguard 7, Rye 4

At Vanguard: Freshman Aliyah Moya scored five goals and senior Gabi Conde had a goal and three assists to lead the Vanguard School (1-0) past Rye (0-1).

Angie Nguyen made seven saves for the Coursers.

Florence 4, Widefield 1

At Widefield: Class 3A Florence (3-0) scored two goals in each half to beat 4A Widefield (1-3).

Maddy Medina scored twice and added an assist for the Huskies. Rysa Lancaster added a goal and two assists.


Air Academy 17, Cherokee Trail 1

At Cherokee Trail: Air Academy (3-1), tied at third in the Pikes Peak region rankings, scored 14 goals in the first half and blew past Cherokee Trail (1-3).

Reagan Brenenstuhl scored a game-high four goals, while Whitney Moran and Jessica Cox each scored three times.

Payton Romines made seven saves for the Kadets.

Green Mountain 11, Liberty 7

At Liberty: Green Mountain (2-2) built a 7-3 lead before the half and Liberty (1-2) couldn't rally, despite scoring four times in the second half.

Abby Ross scored three goals and dished out an assist to lead the Lancers in scoring. Kaia Horaz scored twice for the Lancers.

Pine Creek 17, Ralston Valley 11

At Ralston Valley: Pikes Peak region No. 1 Pine Creek (4-0) blew open a tie game with 11 goals in the second half to down Ralston Valley (0-4).

Ashley Starkey scored a team-high seven goals for the Eagles. Kate Hatchell and Madeleine Bourgois each notched hat tricks for Pine Creek.

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