Widefield 10, Gateway 0,
At Widefield: The Gladiators (1-6) scored seven times in the fourth inning and earned their first win this season in a rout of Gateway (1-6). Neither team scored after two innings, but the Gladiators held a 1-0 lead in the third before scoring seven in the fourth and another two in the fifth to end it.
Deon Clair struck out five opposing batters and earned the win for Widefield. Brandon Parrott, Reece Lieby and Isaiah Grimma each had an RBI for Widefield. The Gladiators had eight hits and gave up just one to the Olympians, who had four errors.
Evangelical Christian Academy 13, Arrupe Jesuit 4, 5 innings
At Grace Center: Benjamin DeRuiter, Samuel Perkett and Tyler Schwinck each drove in two runs for the Eagles (4-3), who scored 10 runs in the first inning in the win over the Generals (1-7) at the St. Mary's tournament.
Zachary Perry, Cade Hammarquist, and Cameron Rawlings each had an RBI for the Eagles.
Colorado Springs Christian School 15, Olathe 14
At Grace Center: The Lions (1-5) won their first game Saturday despite four errors against Olathe (1-6). CSCS scored five runs in the first inning to take an early lead and scored 10 in the last three. Daniel Burton led the Lions with three RBIs and Justin Johnston and Matt Johnson each had two.
The Lions played Bayfield in their second game on Saturday and fell 10-0.
Bayfield 11, Sand Creek 0
At Grace Center: The Wolverines (3-2) had 13 hits and the Scorpions (1-6) could manage just one in a loss at the St. Mary's tournament. The Scorpions had four hits and four errors and surrendered 13 hits to Bayfield.
Loveland 8, Fountain-Fort Carson 7
At Loveland: The Pikes Peak region 5A No. 3 Trojans fell to 2-3 after a close game at Loveland (2-2-1).
Pagosa Springs 12, Sierra 0, 5 innings
At Sierra: The Pirates (5-2) scored nine runs in the first inning and the Stallions (2-5) could never recover. Maksymilian Oynx took the loss for Sierra after giving up nine runs and was pulled in the first. Rico Vallejos pitched the remainder of the game and gave up three runs and eight hits.
Far East Invitational
At Aurora: The Doherty Spartans scored 21 points en route to winning the Far East Invitational that was co-hosted by Cherokee Trail and Vista PEAK in Aurora. Cherokee Trail placed second with 18 points, Steamboat Springs was third with 17, followed by Vista PEAK (6), Smoky Hill (5) and Prairie View (2).
Bre Hayden won the No. 1 singles match and Jordan Degani won in No. 3 singles for Doherty. The Spartans also won the Nos. 1 and 2 doubles matches.
KATIE O'KEEFE, THE GAZETTE