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Monday's roundup: Coronado, Air Academy to raise money for firefighters
Coronado, Air Academy charity game
When Coronado and Air Academy meet on the ice on Wednesday neither team will be in their normal jerseys.
The Cougars and Kadets will wear special jerseys in order to auction them off to raise money for the Colorado Professional Firefighters Foundation who aided in fighting the Waldo Canyon fire.
During the game, a silent auction at Sertich Ice Center will offer a chance to bid on jerseys, sticks and various other hockey-related items, Coronado coach Greg Lehmann said.
The game is at 6:30 p.m. Free admission to the game for firefighters.
Pine Creek 11, Coronado 5
At Sertich: After Coronado scored the first two goals it was all Pine Creek.
Logan Stein netted a hat trick and Logan Bowles and Zach Zimmerman each had three points for the Eagles (7-9).
Tucker Bloom scored twice for Coronado (3-8).
Fountain Valley 11, Palmer 3
At Sertich: Trevor Shott scored five goals and added two assists for a seven-point night in the No. 1 Danes victory over Palmer (2-7-1) to move Fountain Valley (8-2) into a three-way tied for second place in the Peak Conference standings.
Shott scored two in the first, one in the second and two in the third for his five-goal night.
Aleksi Pulkkila scored twice and had three assists for the Danes, who are tied with Air Academy and Mountain Vista with 12 points in conference.
Air Academy 7, Liberty 1
At Sertich: Sam Mayberry gave Liberty () a 1-0 lead, but Logan Haverstrom scored less than 3 minutes later and the Pikes Peak No. 3 Kadets were off and running.
Haverstrom added a second goal and an assist, and Everett Valtin scored once and added three helpers in the win.
Kent Denver 7, Rampart 1
At Denver: Rampart poured 42 shots on net, but Zack Vansky turned away 41 of them, as Kent Denver (3-7) scored seven times before Walt Perea scored for the Rams (0-12).