Tuesday's prep roundup: The Classical Academy blanks Lewis-Palmer in girls' soccer

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The Classical Academy 3, Lewis-Palmer 0

At TCA: The Pikes Peak region 4A No. 2 Titans (4-0) scored twice in the first half and added one in the second to blank the defending 4A champion Rangers (3-1) in a big win at home.

Hanna Burgo scored twice and Trinity Harvey had the other goal for the Titans, who had their highest-scoring game of this season. It was the third time TCA blanked its opponent in four games. Rebecca Thompson, Karlee Hendricks and Ashlynn Register all had assists. RaeAnn Queener had five saves for TCA.

Cheyenne Mountain 4, Evergreen 1

At Cheyenne Mountain: The Indians (2-2) stopped a two-game losing streak after scoring three goals in the first half in a big win over Evergreen (2-2).

The Indians scored their three first-half goals in a span of 20 minutes, the first of which came in the 16th minute to halt the Cougars' press.

"Evergreen came out pretty strong early," Indians coach Tomas Martinez said. "They're much better than the score."

Martinez was happy with how his team responded, especially because the Indians had a number of players out with injuries. A missed penalty kick by Evergreen at the beginning of the second half stopped the Cougars from getting closer and the Indians added another goal.

Amanda Beach, Brenna Deines, Piper Negaard and Marissa Dowlin scored for the Indians, and Lisa Long had assists on three goals. Deines also had an assist. Freshman Bella Zanotelli had 12 saves.

Sand Creek 10, Coronado 0

At Garry Berry Stadium: The Scorpions (4-0) scored eight goals in the first half as Sand Creek made Coronado (0-6) its latest victim in another dominant win. The Scorpions have outscored opponents 32-3 in four games. The Scorpions had 20 shots on goal against the Cougars.

Palmer 4, Harrison 2

At Garry Berry South: Freshman Maia Wiegand-Brown had a hat trick to power the Terrors (2-1-1) past the Panthers (2-1). All four of Palmer's goals came in the second half. Wiegand-Brown has 10 goals through four games and has scored in each one. She scored four in a win over Pueblo East last week. Cora Bayless had two assists and Riley Abeyta had the other goal for the Terrors.

Holy Family 6, St. Mary's 2

At Mullen: The Pirates were down one at the half, but the Tigers (1-4) scored three times in the second to hand the Pirates (2-1) their first loss.

Marisa Shigio and Katie Fowler scored goals for the Pirates. Claire O'Connor and Sarah Walraven had assists. Becca Dunbaugh had 11 saves for St. Mary's.

Liberty 3, Palmer Ridge 0

At Don Breese Stadium: The Lancers blanked the Bears to move to 2-3. The Bears fell to 1-3.


Palmer Ridge 13, Vista Ridge 1, 6 innings

At Palmer Ridge: The Wolves (1-4, 0-2 Pikes Peak Athletic Conference) led 1-0 at the end of two innings, but the Pikes Peak region 4A No. 3 Bears (4-1, 2-0) scored in each of the remaining innings before the game ended after six due to the 10-run rule.

Beau Stamper led the Bears with four RBIs, Tyler Trego had three and Jake Wade and Charlie Deeds each drove in two runs. Deed earned the win on the mound after pitching six innings and striking out four batters and giving up one run.

Air Academy 18, Sand Creek 4, 5 innings

At Air Academy: Pikes Peak region 4A No. 1 Air Academy scored seven runs in the first inning and five in both the second and third to move to 3-0 and 2-0 in the 4A PPAC. The Scorpions (0-4, 0-2) remain winless.

Justin Richardson batted in three runs while Nick Chiacchia and Sam Cregan each had two RBIs. Micah Bregard pitched three innings for the Kadets and struck out seven while giving up two runs. Grant Shandy also gave up two runs and struck out three in two innings.

Cheyenne Mountain 7, Discovery Canyon 2

At Cheyenne Mountain: The Indians (4-0, 1-0 4A PPAC) scored five runs in the first inning, which proved to be more than enough as Cheyenne Mountain opened conference play with a win and handed the Thunder (0-1, 0-1) a season-opening loss.

Dakota Henn had two RBIs and Jack Denker, Ryan Schneider and Matthew Smith each had one. Cameron Buckler pitched five innings and struck out four to earn the win.

Michael Barbato and Caleb Grotelueschen drove in runs for the Thunder.

Palmer 3, Mesa Ridge 1

At Mesa Ridge: Palmer (1-2) led 2-0 through four innings before the Grizzlies scored, but the Terros added one more in the sixth to earn their first win. The Grizzlies fell to 1-4.

Jordan Chappell had two RBIs for Palmer and Zac Kishbaugh had the other. Kishbaugh pitched five innings and struck out seven to earn the win for the Terrors.

Woodland Park 7, Pueblo Centennial 4

At Woodland Park: The Panthers had 11 hits and scored four runs in the fifth to move to 2-2. The Bulldogs had three errors and fell to 3-4.

Mac McClintock and Cole Trichell each had two RBIs for the Panthers. Trichell also pitched five innings and struck out eight to earn the win. John Hoffman pitched the other two for the Panthers and struck out three.

Eaglecrest 15, Liberty 1, 4 1/2 innings

At Eaglecrest: The Lancers had just two and committed three errors, while the Raptors had 13 hits. Liberty fell to 0-4.

The Classical Academy 18, Rampart 14

At Rampart: The Titans (1-5) earned their first win after a high-scoring game against the Rams (1-6).


Coronado 132, Palmer 50

At Palmer: Palmer's Charles Sturgeon broke his school record in the 100 breaststroke while setting a pool record of 58.80 seconds. He also set a pool record in the 100 butterfly at 52.12 as he claimed two of the Terrors' (0-2, 0-2 5A CSML) three wins against Coronado (1-1, 1-0).

The Cougars won nine of the 12 events, including all three relays. Daniel Saks picked up wins in the 100 freestyle and the 100 backstroke for the Cougars.

Rampart 109, Fountain-Fort Carson 70

At Rampart: Rampart (2-0, 2-0 5A CSML) won nine of the 12 events to win the meet against the Trojans (0-2, 0-2).

Drew Bennett touched first in the 100-yard butterfly and the 100 breaststroke, and he was also a part of the 200 medley and the 400 freestyle relays that took first. Joel Shyrock won the 200 freestyle and 50 freestyle. F-FC won the 200 freestyle relay and 100 freestyle.

Liberty 91, Doherty 89

At Liberty: The Lancers (1-1, 1-1 5A CSML) won a tight meet against the Spartans (1-1, 1-1) as Liberty swimmers touched first in seven of the 12 events.

Liberty's Joshua Lenzmeier finished the 100 breast in 58.80 seconds to surpass the state-qualifying time of 1 minute, 4 seconds. He also finished nearly four seconds quicker than the state-qualifying time of 2:06 in the 200 individual medley at 2:02.85.

Doherty's Gavin Frisch had wins in the 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly.

Cheyenne Mountain 142, Pine Creek 60

At Cheyenne Mountain: The Indians (2-0) won all but one of the 12 events to win the dual against the Eagles (1-1).

Daniel Carr, Jerry Birnbaum and Kyle Leach all won two individual events for the Indians, and all three surpassed state-qualifying times in each. Nicholas Sherman won the 100 backstroke for Pine Creek in 53.65, also a state-qualifying time.

Lewis-Palmer 110, Discovery Canyon 76

At Woodmoor Country Club: The Rangers (2-0, 1-0 4A PPAC) won nine of 12 events, including all three relays. Breck Donahue won the 200 freestyle and was part of the winning 200 and 400 freestyle relays.

Braden Whitmarsh won two events for the Thunder (1-2, 1-2), the 500 freestyle and the 200 individual medley.


Palmer Ridge 4, Discovery Canyon 3

At Discovery Canyon: Only one match went to three sets as Palmer Ridge's Emma Kerr defeated Paddison Lowe in No. 3 singles, and the Bears (4-0) edged the Thunder (3-1) .

Colorado Springs Christian School 4, Widefield 3

At Widefield: CSCS (2-1) won all three singles matches in straight sets and the No. 1 doubles match to earn the win over Widefield (0-2). The Gladiators won three of four doubles matches.


Dakota Ridge 13, Pine Creek 8

At Trailblazer Stadium: Pine Creek held a 6-4 lead at the half, but Dakota Ridge scored nine goals in the second and Pikes Peak region No. 1 Pine Creek couldn't answer. Pine Creek fell to 4-1 while Dakota Ridge improved to 4-0.