St. Mary’s 84, Bishop Machebeuf 53
At Bishop Machebeuf: St. Mary’s overwhelmed Bishop Machebeuf in the first and fourth quarters to claim a nonleague win with the help of Tyler Englert’s 24 points.
Englert shot 67 percent from the field including five 3-pointers. Camden Raedel and Draven Hackley each had 14 points for the Pirates (5-7), and Gabe Calhoun had 12 points and eight rebounds.
Rampart 75, Liberty 65
At Rampart: The Rams secured a huge 5A Colorado Springs Metro league win over Liberty after a big second half in which Rampart outscored the Lancers 43-31.
Liberty (9-4, 2-2) held a two-point lead at halftime, but racked up an eight-point deficit by the end of the third. Jacob Burns led Liberty with 22 points, followed by Sean Bohuslavsky (15), Moz Doria (14) and Kyle Bohuslavsky (10).
Rampart advances to 8-4, and 1-1 in league play.
Sierra 101, Mitchell 7
At Sierra: The Colorado High School Athletic Association stopped keeping record of widest margin of victory to promote the spirit of the game and good sportsmanship, but it’s safe to say that Sierra claimed the most lopsided Pikes Peak region victory of the year in a 4A CSML win over Mitchell.
Sierra had five scorers in double figures, led by Azaria Lacour with 14 points. D’Nae Wilson and Gwen Johnson each scored 13, followed by Jasmine Monroe-Shivers (11) and Annalisa Mileto (10). Six other Stallions scored no fewer than five points.
Although Sierra scored 101 points, the team had just 26 rebounds. Sierra also had 36 steals, led by Aubrey Robinson and Lacour with six each.
Liberty 68, Rampart 53
At Rampart: Rampart had three scorers in double figures but it was not enough to overcome Liberty in a 5A CSML game.
Bailee Hart and Madi Wriedt each had 13 for the Rams (3-8, 0-2), followed by Kaylee Ortiz with 12. Wriedt capped off a double-double with 12 rebounds. She also led the team in assists with five.
With the win, Liberty holds firmly in second place in the league at 3-1 and 9-3 overall.
Colorado Springs Christian 83, Buena Vista 28
At Buena Vista: The Lions remain undefeated in 3A Tri-Peaks play with a 55-point win over Buena Vista. Through their last two games the Lions (8-2, 2-0) have outscored opponents 149-36.
Kassie Schell had 10 points for Buena Vista.
Fountain Valley 50, Miami-Yoder 10
At Fountain Valley: Tilly Rahm had 23 points for the Danes to lead them to a 40-point 2A Black Forest win, their first of the season.
Fountain Valley (3-2, 1-0) limited Miami-Yoder to fewer than five points per quarter as Rahm also led the defense with four steals.
Manitou Springs 53, Rye 31
At Rye: Manitou Springs remains undefeated in 3A Tri-Peaks play with a win over Rye. The Mustangs are 5-4 and have won three of their first four games in 2018.
Rye is still searching for its first win of the season.
Pueblo South 56, Pine Creek 47
At Pueblo South: The Eagles outscored Pueblo South 16-8 in the first quarter, but the Colts found their footing form there to lead 30-26 at the half, and ultimately beating Pine Creek by nine.
Freshman Jordyn Gutierrez led the Eagles (4-6) with 14 points. Kate Ogrodny finished with 10.
Canon City 51, Harrison 48
At Harrison: Canon City locked in a narrow 4A CSML win over Harrison for its second league win over the year. The Tigers are 4-6 overall.
Harrison falls to 3-6 and 1-1 in league play.
Rampart 11, Palmer 3
At Sertich: Rampart scored nine goals in the final two periods with help from the offensive efforts of James Adams and Tyler Montoya to earn a Highlands Conference win over Palmer.
Adams netted a hat trick and had three assists, while Montoya had two goals and four assists for the Rams. Ethan Meyer also had a pair of goals. Four other Rampart skaters had multiple assists as the offense barraged the Palmer goalies with 45 shots on goal.
Will Stone, Zack Swain and Kyle Moore scored for the Terrors.
The Rams are now 7-4 in second in the conference behind undefeated Valor Christian.
GIRLS’ SWIMMING AND DIVING
Fountain Valley 117, Fountain-Fort Carson 66
At Fountain-Fort Carson: Kristen Farmer and Rachel Johnson claimed first and second place in the girls 100 butterfly against Fountain Valley in 1:15.30 and 1:23.47, respectively. But the Trojans ultimately fell to Fountain Valley, which won all of the remaining events.
Mesa Ridge 43, Doherty 29
At Mesa Ridge: Five pins and a major decision aided the Grizzlies in a dual win over Doherty.
Caleb Davis (106, 3:53), Devin Lueck (120, 1:48), Niko Suragdeen (182, 1:10), Jared Volcic (195, 5:34), Dom Fini (220, 3:29) and Michael True (285, 2:06) all secured pins for Mesa Ridge. MR’s Elijah Valdez earned a 16-2 major decision over Zack Szostak at 152.
Doherty’s Jayse Bouillion (113, 2:29), Maverick Keigher (138, 1:33), and Logan Maslanik (170, 1:10) had pins for the Spartans. Tony Llamido (145) and Daniel Joey Shaw (126) earned major decisions 12-2 and 10-1, respectively.
Cheyenne Mountain 66, Sand Creek 9
At Sand Creek: Rick Stark earned a tech fall (17-2, 4:17) over Blayne Hudson in the 126-pound match as Cheyenne Mountain claimed a dual win over Sand Creek. Stark was one of 12 Indians to claim victory, Thursday.
Cain Quiroga had the fastest pin of the night, taking down Zeke Howard at 195 in 49 seconds.
Caesar Sanchez had the only non-forfeit win for Sand Creek in a 10-4 decision over Chase Johnson.
Falcon 74, Palmer Ridge 3
At Palmer Ridge: Falcon had two pins in less than a minute and nearly swept the Bears in a decisive dual win.
Falcon’s Connor Tarver took down Lauren Robinson in just 48 seconds for a win at 126, and Denzel Carrucini claimed a win over Palmer Ridge’s Wesley Jefferis in 27 seconds at 152.
Nick Stiltner had the Bears’ only win of the night in an 8-6 decision over Raymond Mendoza at 132. However, Garrett Marchetti made things interesting for Palmer Ridge in the 170 match, challenging Caleb Sherrill in a tiebreaker. Sherrill came out victorious 11-10.