Tuesday's prep roundup: Lewis-Palmer notches first hockey victory



Lewis-Palmer 5, Pine Creek 1

At Colorado Sports Center: Christian Perry scored twice, and Lewis-Palmer (1-6) broke open a tie game with a three-goal second period as the Rangers broke a six-game losing streak to record their first win of the season by smothering Pine Creek (1-6-1).

After Perry's first goal gave Lewis-Palmer the early lead 8:02 into the first period, Cameron Sykes tied it for Pine Creek 2:14 later.

Alex Pierce broke the tie at the 4:35 mark of the second period, and Connor Dockins made it 3-1 with a goal from Perry and Sam Riesling. Perry followed with his second goal with 3:56 left in the second period, and Parker Bock finished the scoring 12:17 into the third period.

Lewis-Palmer outshot Pine Creek 40-15.



Canon City 38, Cheyenne Mountain 34

At Cheyenne Mountain: Each team won seven bouts, but Canon City recorded one more pin and came away with a narrow victory.

Joey Gauna (113 pounds), Tucker McDowell (132), Zac Hanenberg (145) and Bailey McBride (152) had pins for Canon City, while Cheyenne Mountain countered with falls from Zac Baker (160), Zach Garrard (182) and Deonte Bridges (285).



Rampart 125, Doherty 60

At Doherty: Rampart set five pool records, part of a 10-win day, as the Rams knocked off Doherty.

The 200-yard individual medley relay team of Catriona Clarke, Edena Chen, Allana Clarke and Raegan Hamilton won in 1 minute, 51.73 seconds for a Doherty pool mark. Later, Catriona Clarke (2:13.63 in the 200 individual medley), Allana Clarke (24.78 in the 50 freestyle and 59.55 in the 100 butterfly) and Chen (1:06.63 in the 100 breaststroke) took down pool marks.

Kylee Kujalowicz highlighted Doherty with wins in the 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle.

Pine Creek 112, Coronado 74

At Coronado: Olivia Chatman touched first in the 500 freestyle relay and had a hand in all three relay victories for Pine Creek.

Carsen Fair (200 freestyle and 100 freestyle) and Mia Shaeffer (100 butterfly and 50 freestyle) led the way for Coronado with two individual victories apiece.

Cheyenne Mountain 118, Discovery Canyon 56

At Cheyenne Mountain: Cat Wright (200 individual medley, 100 backstroke) and Clare Sanderson (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) touched first in their respective events as Cheyenne Mountain claimed nine of the 12 event titles. Brianna Ridings claimed victory in the 100 butterfly for Discovery Canyon, which also got first-place performances from Rachel Alexander (diving) and Noel Clayton (100 breaststroke).

Liberty 93, Fountain-Fort Carson 80

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Megan Jones recorded a 4A state-qualifying time of 5:31.85 in a 500 freestyle victory. Fountain-Fort Carson captured victories in the 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays.



St. Mary's 61, Pueblo East 51

At Pueblo East: Makenna Bodette exploded for a career-best 28 points, and Olivia Florek added 13 as Pikes Peak 3A/2A No. 1 St. Mary's remained undefeated with a road win at previously undefeated Pueblo East (7-1).

Josephine Howery added 10 for the Pirates, who led 36-33 at halftime but expanded that advantage to 45-38 heading into the fourth quarter.

Liberty 43, Palmer 33

At Liberty: Jordan Valentine led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points, and Liberty (7-3, 2-0 5A Colorado Springs Metro League) used an 11-0 run in the second quarter to stretch its winning streak to six games by beating Palmer (5-5, 0-1) for the third time in the past 17 meetings between the schools.

Mya Austin and Jayda Lyon added 10 points each for the Lancers, who held the Terrors scoreless in the second quarter in turning a 12-5 deficit into a 16-12 lead.

Mesa Ridge 60, Widefield 45

At Widefield: Chloe Welch scored a team-high 19 points as Pikes Peak 4A No. 1 Mesa Ridge (6-2, 2-0 4A Colorado Springs Metro League) overcame a slow start to beat Widefield (3-6, 0-2), its District 3 crosstown rival, for the 15th straight time.

Angelina Jackson added 10 points for the Grizzlies, who trailed 10-9 heading into the second quarter. Mesa Ridge then outscored Widefield 42-23 over the second and third quarters.

Aaliyah Ricketts and Charisse Fairley led Widefield with 15 and 13 points, respectively.

Manitou Springs 70, Ellicott 54

At Manitou Springs: Senior Ariana Olson scored a career-high 22 points to lead three scorers in double figures as Manitou Springs (3-4) pulled away from Ellicott (3-2).

Shelby Megyeri added 16 points for the Mustangs, who also got 13 points from Calleen Sienknecht.

Manitou Springs led 16-10 after one quarter but dominated play over the next 16 minutes to take a 21-point advantage into the fourth quarter.

CSCS 50, Rye 37

At CSCS: Megan Engesser made six 3-pointers en route to a 23-point effort, and Rachel Ingram added 12 points to lead Pikes Peak 3A/2A No. 2 CSCS (7-1, 2-0 3A Tri-Peaks League) past Rye.

Madison Mackie chipped in with 11 points for the Lions, who used a 16-8 scoring edge in the second quarter to take a 27-17 lead into halftime.

Colorado Springs School 54, Hanover 11

At CSS: Hannah Taylor scored 14 points, and the Colorado Springs School (6-2) defense shut out Hanover in two quarters as the Kodiaks routed Hanover (0-7).

CSS led 35-4 at halftime.

Rampart 48, Fountain-Fort Carson 24

At Rampart: Rampart (4-6, 1-0 5A Colorado Springs Metro League) outscored Fountain-Fort Carson (2-7, 0-2) 31-7 in the second half to turn a tie game at halftime into a rout.



CSCS 52, Rye 36

At CSCS: Justin Engesser poured in a game-high 26 points to lead Pikes Peak 3A/2A No. 1 CSCS (7-1, 2-0 3A Tri-Peaks League) past Rye after a slow start.

Noah Hopkins added 13 points for the Lions, who trailed 12-10 after one quarter but led 24-17 at halftime and pulled away late, thanks to a 16-6 run in the fourth quarter.

Liberty 58, Palmer 48

At Palmer: Moz Doria led three scorers in double figures with 14 points as Liberty (7-4, 2-0 5A Colorado Springs Metro League) gradually pulled away from Palmer (4-9, 1-1) by outscoring the Terrors in all four quarters.

Kyle Bohuslavsky and Jacob Burns added 12 and 11 points, respectively, as the Lancers took control with a 15-9 edge in the second quarter to open up a 30-23 halftime advantage.

Manitou Springs 68, Ellicott 38

At Manitou Springs: Davyn Adamscheck scored 21 of his game-high 27 points in the first quarter as Pikes Peak 3A/2A No. 2 Manitou Springs (8-0) led 31-3 after one quarter in a rout of Ellicott (2-3).

Lucas Rodholm and Cole Sienknecht chipped in with 10 points each for the Mustangs.

Pueblo West 87, St. Mary's 38

At St. Mary's: Defending 4A state champion Pueblo West overwhelmed St. Mary's (1-7) with a 26-9 start.

TCA 64, Canon City 43

At Canon City: TCA (4-4, 1-1 4A Colorado Springs Metro League) kept Canon City (0-9) winless.



Local named to U-16 national team

Alex Wood, a defensive back at Pine Creek, has been named to the Team USA U-16 national football team.

Team USA will take on U-16 Football Ontario (Canada), in the International Bowl at AT&T Stadium, home to the Dallas Cowboys, in Arlington, Texas, Jan. 17.

Cherry Creek's Dominick Pallotto also will be representing Colorado on the team.