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Tuesday's roundup: Rampart rolls in pool
Rampart 201, Palmer 100
Behind Riley Koldenhoven's won two individual events and Jessica Chen and Julie Henninger each led the Rams to victory in three relay events, as Rampart swept the swimming races on Tuesday.
Koldenhoven won the 500-yard freestyle and 100 yard breaststroke, plus aided in the Rams' 400 freestyle relay.
Chen and Henninger each swam in the 400 free relay, 200 medley relay and 200 free relay. Chen also won the 200 individual medley, while Henninger won the 100 freestyle.
Palmer's lone win came in the diving competition, as Taylor Walsh scored 232.530.
Salida 89, St. Mary's 82
At St. Mary's: Salida won two of three relays and eight events overall to edge St. Mary's by seven points.
Salida won the 400 freestyle relay to cap off the meet.
St. Mary's Meghan Harder won the 100 freestyle and 50 freestyle, and helpled the 200 freestyle relay to victory.
Pine Creek 105, Doherty 81
At Doherty: Taylor Fogg won the 500 free and turned around and swam the anchor for the 200 free relay -- the next event -- to help Pine Creek beat Doherty.
The Eagles senior also won the 200 freestyle and swam for the winning 400-yard freestyle relay team.
Sarah James won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke for the Spartans.
Mesa Ridge 59, Elizabeth 35
At Elizabeth: Kylee Shook scored a team-high 17 points on her way to registering a double-double and Gabby Purnell added 13 and seven steals, as Pikes Peak 4A No. 2 Mesa Ridge remained perfect.
Shook added 11 rebounds for the Grizzlies (5-0). Sami Rudd chipped in 10 points.
TCA 47, Woodland Park 20
At The Classical Academy: 3A No. 2 TCA (3-0) stayed unbeaten, holding Woodland Park (0-6) to single digits in each quarter.
Bishop Machebeuf 55, Manitou Springs 35
At Manitou Springs:Manitou Springs (2-3) scored 14 points in the first period but were held to single digits in each of the last three quarters by unbeaten Bishop Machebeuf (3-0).
Air Academy 67, Montbello 66
At Montbello: Air Academy (3-2) held off a furious Montbello rally to escape with the one-point road victory.
Montbello (3-4) scored 30 points in the fourth quarter, cutting the Kadets lead from 17 points to one.
Bobby Davis and Geno Bigelow each hit three 3-pointers for the Kadets, as Davis led the Kadets with 18 points.
Lewis-Palmer 63, Pueblo Central 45
At Pueblo Central: Three players scored in double figures for the 4A defending state champs, as No. 1 Lewis-Palmer (6-0) blew the game open in the second half.
Jordan Scott scored 14, Justin Smith 13 and Chase Stone 12. The Rangers led 25-23 at the half before outscoring Pueblo Central (2-5) 38-22 in the final two quarters.
Bishop Machebeuf 57, Manitou Springs 43
At Bishop Machebeuf: Manitou Springs (0-4) surrendered a 28-point second quarter, and Bishop Machebeuf (3-2) never looked back.
Chase Megyeri led the Mustangs with 12 points, while Glen Shoptaugh and James Finsterwald each scored seven.
Widefield 48, Pueblo County 30
At Widefield: Alan Herndon scored a game-high 12 points on 4-of-4 shooting to lead Widefield (2-1) past Pueblo County (5-3).
The Gladiators defense stumped the Hornets in the first quarter, holding Pueblo County to two points in the first quarter and five in the second.
Elbert 64, Pikes Peak Chr. 48
At Pikes Peak Christian: Adam Averett scored 20 points to lead Elbert past Pikes Peak Christian.
Cheyenne Mountain 55, Sterling 34
At Fort Collins: Cheyenne Mountain (5-0) used a 21-6 first quarter to pull ahead for good in the Fort Collins Tip Off and stay unbeaten.
Haleigh Washington’s accolades continue to grow.
The Doherty junior was named to the MaxPreps.com All-American team as a middle blocker
In her first season with the Spartans, Washington, the Gazette’s Volleyball Peak Performer of the Year, led the team to a perfect record and a 5A state title.
Fountain-Fort Carson took fifth place in the 5A
4A coed cheer event over the weekend.