Tuesday's prep roundup: Canon City still perfect after rally over Pueblo Central

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Highlights from Tuesday’s high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.

BASEBALL

Canon City 7, Pueblo Central 4

At Canon City: Canon City (4-0) scored five runs in the bottom of the third to rally from a 3-0 deficit, going on to beat Pueblo Central (3-5) to stay perfect on the season.

The Tigers pounded out 12 hits, led by Zac Hanenberg and Jarett Koch who each had three.

Harvey Wall homered, while Kadin Porter and Branson Simms each drove in two runs.

Hanenberg tripled and scored twice.

Brandon Farnsworth went six innings for the Tigers, giving up three earned runs, four total. He allowed eight hits and struck out six.

Air Academy 4, Lake Oswego 3

At Arizona: Pikes Peak region 4A No. 1 Air Academy (4-1) scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to beat Lake Oswego (1-5) of Oregon at the Coach Bob Invitational Tournament.

The Kadets scored three runs in the bottom of the third to take a 3-2 lead.

The Lakers tied the game in the top of the seventh before the Kadets answered with the walk-off.

The win came a day after the Kadets suffered their first loss.

Matt Grimm drove in three runs for the Lakers.

The Kadets did not report stats before this edition went to press.

Woodland Park 16, St. Viator 7

At Greenway, Ariz.: Woodland Park (3-2) had its biggest output of the season, scoring 17 runs against Illinois' Saint Viator (3-3) at the Greenway Festival in Arizona.

The Panthers scored seven runs in the first before the Lions cut the gap to 7-4 heading to the bottom of the third. The Panthers added another three runs then, and after the Lions countered with two more, put the game out of reach with six in the fifth.

No stats were reported by Woodland Park.

Boulder Creek 10, Pine Creek 0, 6 innings

At Anthem, Ariz.: Pikes Peak region 5A No. 1 Pine Creek (1-2) was blanked in six innings when Boulder Creek (8-8) of Anthem, Ariz., pushed its 10th run of the game across in the sixth inning, invoking the 10-run rule at the Coach Bob tournament.

The Eagles were held to three hits.

Boulder Creek 5, Palmer 1

At Anthem, Ariz.: Arizona’s Boulder Creek (8-8) held Palmer (2-4) to one run on four hits at the Coach Bob tournament in Arizona.

Jordan Chappell gave up all five runs – three earned – in 5 1/3 innings of work. He struck out nine of the 23 batters he faced. He gave up seven hits and three walks.

Mason Collier had two of Palmer’s hits.