Thursday's prep roundup: Pine Creek girls' basketball blows past Coronado in CSML opener

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Pine Creek 55, Coronado 21

At Pine Creek: Kate Ogrodny had 15 points and three blocks and Jordyn Gutierrez added 14 points as the Eagles’ defense held Coronado to single-digit scoring in each quarter of a Class 5A Colorado Springs Metro League opener.

The Eagles led 16-5 in the first quarter and never looked back.

Bri Bailey and Elaena Murdock each chipped in 10 points for Pine Creek (4-3, 1-0), which has won two of the last three games. Murdock led with 11 rebounds, and Bailey had four assists against Coronado (4-6, 0-1).

Doherty 49, Liberty 46

At Liberty: Camrynne Mach led with 14 points and Unique Gainey chipped in 12 to lead the Spartans to a win in the CSML conference opener and extend their winning streak to four.

Mykiaa Minnis added 10 points for Doherty (8-4, 1-0), which held on after leading 30-23 at halftime. The win comes a day after the Spartans survived a 52-50 overtime thriller over Pueblo South.

Jayda Lyon finished with a team-high 14 points for the Lancers (6-3, 0-1), who lost for the second time in four games.

Widefield 46, Pueblo East 23

At Pueblo East: Shynesti Johnson finished with 15 points and Aaliyah Ricketts added 12 points and six steals as the Gladiators (6-2) erased a slow first quarter.

Pueblo East (4-3) jumped to a 14-10 lead but Widefield's defense held its opponent to two, six and one points in the final three quarters, respectively. Johnson also added 13 rebounds for the Gladiators, who have won three straight.


Mountain Vista 79, Fountain-Fort Carson 77 (OT)

At Fountain-Fort Carson: The Trojans overcame a 34-28 halftime deficit but ultimately fell to Mountain Vista (9-3) despite boasting four double-digit scoring threats.

Rashon Barron led Fort Carson (2-7) with 16 points, followed by Keyshawn Maltbia's 12. Davante Logan and Tyshaun Durham each chipped in 11.

Widefield 63, Pueblo East 52

At Widefield: Tre Pierre had a game-high 18 points and Lucas Lacy and Randall Days each finished with 11 as the Gladiators (5-3) snapped a two-game losing streak.


Cheyenne Mountain 57, Falcon 16

At Cheyenne Mountain: Jadon Lara (120), Kevin Hooks (152), Miklo Gibb (160), Sam Schofield (195) and Deonte Bridges (220) each earned a pin to lead the Indians to the dual win over Falcon.

Cheyenne Mountain's Chase Johnson (113) and Hayden Johnson (138) chipped in with 9-5 and 7-2 decisions, respectively, while Rick Stark (126), Mike McFadden (145) and Kevyn McCarthy (170) finished with technical falls.

Kenneth Crosby (106) won with a major decision for Falcon, and teammates Raymond Mendoza (132) and Grant McCluan (285) claimed pins.

Discovery Canyon 38, Lewis-Palmer 36

At Lewis-Palmer: The Thunder benefited from pins by Patrick Allis (120), Jaden Porreco (126) and Jacob Hermanson (152) as well as one forfeited match to escape with a dual win.

Lewis-Palmer lost despite earning pins from Cole Stephenson (138), Cade Burton (170), Charlie Cook (182), Giovanni Benedetto (195) and Dominic Knost (285).


Pueblo County 12, Woodland Park 0

At Pueblo Plaza Ice Arena: The Panthers (0-7) couldn't overcome a 5-0 first period as Pueblo County (4-1) dominated in the win.