Tuesday's prep roundup: Coronado undefeated in boys' swimming league duals again

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

BOYS' SWIMMING AND DIVING

Coronado 112, Fountain-Fort Carson 68

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Randle Burtoft won the 50-yard freestyle (24.27 seconds) and Daniel Saks added a victory in the 100 freestyle (51.40) as Coronado (5-1-1, 5-0-1 5A Colorado Springs Metro League) beat Fountain-Fort Carson (2-5-2, 1-5) to remain undefeated in league duals for the fifth straight year.

The Cougars finished league tied atop the standings with Pine Creek, as the two teams swam to a 92-92 tie April 18. The Cougars haven't lost in league duals since April 2012.

Coronado coach Bob Bell downplayed the achievement.

"It builds up confidence for the kids and it's a cool run," Bell said. "It's nice to have, but it's not the most important thing you want to see.

"You just try to get your kids qualified for state. You're not worried too much about dual meets."

The Cougars - who won eight of 12 events, including all three relays - have 11 swimmers headed to the 4A state meet, Bell said.

The Trojans were led by Brenan Bloyd, who won the 100 backstroke (59.85) and 200 freestyle (1:53.73).

Pine Creek 111, Doherty 75

At Doherty: Ricardo Prado and Nicholas Sherman each won two individual events as Pine Creek (5-1-1, 5-0-1) beat Doherty (1-5, 1-4).

Prado won the 100 freestyle (52.53) and 200 freestyle (2:00.36), and Sherman won the 200 individual medley (2:01.61) and the 100 breaststroke (1:04.12).

Keaton Adams won the 50 freestyle (23.84) for the Spartans and Benji Troutman added a victory in diving (184.05). The Spartans also won two of the three relays.

Air Academy 112, Rampart 68

At Rampart: Seth Nelson and Griffin Ayotte each won two individual events as Air Academy (2-2) beat Rampart (4-3).

Nelson won the 200 freestyle (2:01.83) and the 500 freestyle (5:26.31), while Ayotte won the 200 IM (2:08.72) and the backstroke (59.61).

Drew Bennett won the 50 freestyle (24.33) for the Rams.

Liberty 104, Palmer 80

At Liberty: Joshua Lenzmeier won the 100 breaststroke (59.93) and 500 freestyle (5:21.47), leading Liberty (3-5, 3-3 5A CSML) past Palmer (0-5, 0-5).

William Wallisch won the 100 backstroke (59.67) and 200 freestyle (1:58.07) for the Terrors.

 

BASEBALL

Pine Creek 9, Fountain-Fort Carson 2

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Jay Onken threw six strong innings and Denver Matlock drove in three runs as Pine Creek (13-5, 12-0 5A Colorado Springs Metro League) beat Fountain-Fort Carson (10-8, 7-4) to wrap up league play undefeated.

Onken allowed four hits and one unearned run, while striking out nine.

Parker Gregory and Riley Cornelio each added two RBIs for the Eagles.

Trevor Kramer and Will Shelton each tripled for the Trojans, but did not score.

Discovery Canyon 13, Vista Ridge 12, 9 innings

At Discovery Canyon: Caleb Grotelueschen hit two home runs and Josh Umiamaka drove in the game-winning run in the ninth to lift Discovery Canyon (7-9, 5-6 5A/4A Pikes Peak Athletic Conference) past Vista Ridge (3-15, 2-11).

After the two teams cranked out 24 runs in six innings, Umiamaka reach on an infield single with two outs in the ninth to score Brad King.

It was the second time this season Discovery Canyon has won in nine innings.

Britt Logan drove in three runs and King added another two RBIs for the Thunder, who led 8-2 after a seven-run third.

But the Wolves scored seven runs in the fifth and two in the sixth to take a 12-11 lead. The Thunder tied it at 12 going into the seventh.

Kahner Sampson drove in two runs for the Wolves.

Peyton 21, Ellicott 0, 5 innings

At Peyton: Rupert Shaw drove in four runs and Jaeden Meyers added three RBIs as Peyton (16-0, 8-0 2A District 8) beat Ellicott (2-11, 1-8).

The Panthers won at least a share of the 2A District 8 title. They can win the league outright with a win over Dolores Huerta (11-4, 5-2) on Wednesday.

Elizabeth 16, Sierra 6, 6 innings

At Elizabeth: Rico Vallejos had two doubles and drove in three runs, but Sierra (2-12, 1-5 4A CSML) couldn't find an answer for the hot bats of Elizabeth (8-8, 4-2).

The Cardinals were led by Riley Saunders, who had four RBIs.

 

GIRLS' GOLF

Rams Invitational (5A Colorado Springs Metro League Championship)

At Colorado Springs Country Club: Arielle Keating shot 2-under 34 and the Rams won the shortened nine-hole invitational with a 142.

Rain and cold conditions cut the invitational short, Rampart coach Brad Keating said.

His daughter, Arielle, didn't seem to mind. The Rams junior shot under par in her fourth straight tournament.

Coronado's Kate Griffin finished second at 44, while Fountain-Fort Carson's Jordan Johnson was third at 47.

 

GIRLS' SOCCER

Doherty 10, Palmer 0

At Garry Berry Stadium: Mykiaa Minniss had three goals and two assists, Jaelyn Brown had three goals and an assist, and Doherty (7-6, 5-1 5A CSML) beat Palmer (2-11-1, 0-5) by the 10-goal rule.

Goalie Riley Furbush, who was pulled from goal after 30 minutes, scored her first goal of the season. Freshman Braelyn Clark took over in net for the final 15 minutes.

Chaylaa Minniss added two goals and an assist for the Spartans, who are tied atop the standings with Rampart (11-3, 5-1). Pine Creek (9-4, 4-1) is a half game back.

TCA 11, Mitchell 0

At Garry Berry Stadium: Trinity Harvey had four goals and Hannah Burgo had another three as TCA (13-0, 8-0 4A CSML) scored 11 goals in one half against Mitchell (2-12, 2-6).

Nicole Hale added a goal and three assists and Kaylee Thompson had a goal and two assists for the Titans, who have outscored opponents 96-4 in 13 games this season.

Burgo also had two assists to give her a 4A-best 74 points this season.

Manitou Springs 4, Fountain Valley 1

At Manitou Springs: Brooklyn Mack scored three goals to lift Manitou Springs (13-1) past Fountain Valley (8-4). Bridget Bodor added a goal and an assist for the Mustangs, who extended their winning streak to 10 games.

McKenna Monk scored the 105th goal of her career for the Danes.

Cheyenne Mountain 5, Sand Creek 1

At Cheyenne Mountain: Piper Negaard and Claire Ross each scored twice as Cheyenne Mountain (6-6, 3-2 5A/4A PPAC) beat Sand Creek (7-7, 2-5). Bella Zanotelli made seven saves for the Indians.

Canon City 2, Widefield 0

At C.A. Foster Stadium: Macy French and Taylor Roberts scored as Canon City (11-3-1, 6-1-1 4A CSML) beat Widefield (3-12, 2-6).

Lizzy McCalla stopped two shots for the shutout.

Salida 3, The Vanguard School 0

At Vanguard: Angie Nguyen stopped 13 shots, but Vanguard (6-7, 0-5 3A Region 2) fell to Salida (8-5, 4-2).

The Coursers had won three straight.

Air Academy 8, Vista Ridge 2

At Air Academy: Baylee Barnes had two goals and two assists, Mary Parchinski added two goals and another assist, and Air Academy (9-4, 6-1 5A/4A PPAC) beat Vista Ridge (2-11-1, 0-7).

The Gazette’s 4A No. 3 Kadets have won five straight.

Lewis-Palmer 9, Falcon 0

At L-P: The Gazette’s 4A No. 2 Rangers (13-1, 7-0 5A/4A PPAC) beat the Falcons (4-10, 1-5) for their 10th straight victory.

The Rangers finished a game ahead of Air Academy in the final league standings.

Evangelical Christian Academy 9, Dolores Huerta 1

At El Pomar: Cambria Steiner had three goals and an assist to lead ECA (8-4) past Dolores Huerta (0-14).

April Mann added two goals and two assists for the Eagles, while Maggie Kirkpatrick had two goals and one assist.

ECA has won four of its last five.

 

GIRLS' LACROSSE

Cheyenne Mountain 9, Valor Christian 7

At Cheyenne Mountain: Rylie Maready and Jolie Gilbreth each had three goals as Cheyenne Mountain (9-3) beat Valor Christian (7-7). Skylar Powell made nine saves in net for the Indians, who have won seven of their past eight.

 

GIRLS' TENNIS

Widefield 6, Harrison 1

Widefield 7, Sierra 0

At Widefield: Madison Villers, Victoria Bowen and Mariah Boudrieau won their singles matches handily, lifting Widefield (7-3) past Harrison (2-7) in a regional tune-up.

The Gladiators are at Cheyenne Mountain in 4A Region 6, while the Panthers are at Pueblo City Park for 3A Region 7. Both regionals start Thursday.

Sierra (0-10) forfeited five of its seven matches to the Gladiators.