Tuesday's prep roundup: Rampart, Woodland Park earn individual, team golf triumphs

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Terror Invitational

At Patty Jewett GC: Cameron Como recorded six birdies en route to a 1-under-par 71, winning the overall title and leading Rampart to a team victory.

Caden Bailey finished ninth overall with a 79, helping the Rams finish with a 237 team total, two shots better than Doherty and Liberty.

Stephen Sabish of St. Mary's finished five shots behind Como to take second place overall. He was followed by Hunter Wall (Salida), Andrew Doyle (Pine Creek) and Brandon Bervig (Liberty) at 77.

Along with Bailey, Lucas Howell of Liberty, Finn Gilkes of Palmer and Ryan Pierce of Doherty also carded rounds of 79.

Doherty's Avery Henderson shot 80 and won a scorecard playoff over teammate Matt Allor to earn 10th place.

Elizabeth Invitational

At Spring Valley GC: Woodland Park had all four of its entrants earn top-10 finishes - highlighted by Shane Purkey's 2-over-par 74 for best round of the day - and the Panthers held off The Classical Academy by four strokes to win team honors.

Jace Cisneros shot 80 for a fourth-place overall finish for Woodland Park, which also got an 85 from Zak Ludwick and an 86 from Lou Levy for ninth- and 10th-place efforts, respectively.

TCA's Liam O'Halloran carded a 75 to finish second. Connor Moberly of Cheyenne Mountain claimed third after shooting a 79.

Connor Holien of TCA finished fifth with an 81.



Rampart 12, Liberty 2 (5 innings)

At Rampart: Kate Frederick went 3 for 3 with two RBIs, Shelby Shepherd drove in a run and tossed a complete-game four-hitter, and Rampart (5-0, 3-0 5A Colorado Springs Metro League) snapped a five-game losing streak to Liberty (1-1, 0-1) by routing the defending league champs.

Jayda Randle drove in three runs for the Rams, who scored five runs in the first and added seven more in the third for all the scoring they needed.

Carson Dunckley took the loss for Liberty, allowing eight earned runs in four innings.

Fountain-Fort Carson 16, Doherty 6 (6 innings)

At Fountain-Fort Carson: Emily Howling knocked in four runs and finished a home run short of a cycle, and Fountain-Fort Carson (5-0, 4-0) rapped out 20 hits in a run-rule-shortened contest against Doherty 0-5, 0-3).

Emily Bass added a 5-for-5 effort for the Trojans, who scored runs in all six innings.

The Spartans were led by Delanie Baker, who went 3 for 4 with four RBIs.

Limon 7, St. Mary's 6

At Limon: Michayla Blatnick's walk-off hit sent Limon (2-1) past St. Mary's (1-4), nullifying a three-run Pirates rally in the top of the seventh that tied the game.

Palmer Ridge 15, Florence 2 (5 innings)

At Florence: Carson Saabye hit three home runs and drove in six, powering Palmer Ridge (1-0) past Florence (2-1).

Sara Lynch went 3 for 4 with a home run for the Bears, who built a 12-2 lead after three innings.

Vista Ridge 26, Palmer 1 (4 innings)

At UCCS: Kaitlyn Lord went 3 for 3 with a home run and had four RBIs as Vista Ridge (3-0) had 13 hits and took advantage of 14 walks and seven errors in a nonleague win over Palmer (0-3).



Air Academy 3, TCA 2 (OT)

At TCA: Cal Yocum's 25-yard blast in overtime won it for Air Academy (1-0), which lost an early two-goal lead but managed to knock off TCA (1-1), the reigning 4A state champions.

Kristian Hooker scored twice in the first half for the Kadets.

Liberty 2, Palmer Ridge 1 (OT)

At D20 Stadium: Brian Benitez scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Liberty (1-1) knocked off Palmer Ridge (1-1).

Rampart 5, Vista Ridge 2

At Vista Ridge: Jack McReynolds scored four goals, and Afeworki Zeru and Liam Milton had two assists apiece as Rampart (1-0) pulled away from Vista Ridge (0-3).

Pueblo Centennial 3, Widefield 1

At Widefield: Justin Clemens scored in the first-half goal for Widefield (0-2), which surrendered two goals in the second half in dropping its second game in a row to start the season.

Victor Luquin kept the Gladiators close by making 10 saves.

Fountain-Fort Carson 4, Pueblo East 2

At Dutch Clark Stadium: Fountain-Fort Carson (1-0) exploded for three second-half goals in a season-opening win against Pueblo East (0-2).

Doherty 5, Bear Creek 1

At Lakewood: Thanks in large part to a four-goal eruption in the first half, Doherty (1-1) evened its record after a road win against Bear Creek.

CSCS 7, Coronado 2

At UCCS: Kinsley Smith scored twice, Michael Benthem added two goals and Lookens Smith had three assists to lead CSCS (1-0) to a season-opening win over Coronado (0-2).

Tanner MacKay, Noah Banderas and Ethan Campagna also added goals for the Lions.



Lewis-Palmer 3, Ralston Valley 0

At Lewis-Palmer: Lewis-Palmer rolled (1-0) rolled past Ralston Valley, 25-14, 25-16, 25-12 as the Rangers began defense of their 4A state crown.

Coronado 3, Liberty 0

At Coronado: Jaelyn Hershberger had 12 kills, and Mara Abernathy added seven kills and five blocks as Coronado started its season with a sweep of Liberty (1-1).



Liberty 6, CSCS 0

At Liberty: Austin Lauritzen and David White claimed singles victories, and Liberty didn't drop a set in a shutout win against Colorado Springs Christian School.

Pine Creek 7, Palmer 0

At Palmer: Bradley Ma, a 5A state qualifier a season ago, dropped only four games in a win at No. 1 singles, and younger brother Kyle won in straight sets as well at No. 3 singles as Pine Creek rolled past Palmer.