SOCCER MISSISSIPPI STATE

Claire Ross shows her skills at soccer at Cheynne Mountain High School on Friday November 17, 2017 in Colorado Springs. Ross will miss her senior season because she's enrolling at Mississippi State, where she recently signed to play soccer, for the spring semester.

Girls’ Soccer

Cheyenne Mountain 1, Lewis-Palmer 0

At Don Breese Stadium: Marissa Dowlin’s first-half goal assisted by Lisa Long was the only breakthrough, while sophomore Bella Zanotelli made three saves in the clean sheet for the Indians (8-4-1). Dowlin's goal was her seventh of the season. The Rangers dropped to 7-6-2.

Fountain-Fort Carson 2, Coronado 0

At Garry Berry: The Trojans (5-7-2, 2-4) used a goal in each half to pick up their second league win, while Coronado dropped to 1-4 in the Class 5A Colorado Springs Metro League. Junior Mya Valverde and freshman Victoria Howard were the Fountain-Fort Carson scorers, while Coronado’s Kylie Anderson made a pair of saves.

Manitou Springs 6, Salida 0

At Manitou Springs: Brooklyn Mack scored three times, and Alyssa Holladay made three saves, as the Mustangs (11-2, 4-0) won their second straight. Mylea Harangozo and Ailsa Conors each recorded a pair of assists.

Colorado Springs Christian School 6, Colorado Springs School 0

at Colorado Springs School: Kait Halverson scored four goals as Colorado Springs Christian School improved to 10-0. It was the Lions’ four consecutive shutout and seventh of the season.

St. Mary's 11, Rye 1

At The Grace Center: Katie Fowler and Mary Brummel recorded hat tricks, as the Pirates cruised to  victory, improving to 11-1 and 5-0 in 3A Region 1 play. Cassidy Sorensen added two goals and two assists, while Isabella Thomas scored once and set up three others in a game that ended after 60 minutes. 

Fountain-Fort Carson 2, Coronado 0

Baseball

Pine Creek 17, Palmer 4, 5 inn.

At Memorial Park: The Eagles (14-2, 10-0) scored at least four runs in each of the first three innings, allowing Jay Onken to cruise to the conference win on the mound, limiting the Terrors (3-12, 1-7) to two runs on two hits over three innings. Zac Heisler and Drake Logan drove in four and three runs, respectively, for Pine Creek.

Peyton 13, Calhan 2, 5 inn.

At Calhan: The Panthers improved to 8-0 in Class 2A District 8 play and 14-1 overall behind a nine-run fourth inning. Brayden Dillingham and Riley Riggs drove in Calhan’s runs.

Evangelical Christian 15, Simla 0

At Simla: Brad Hartsock went 2 for 2, including his first career home run, as the Eagles improved to 12-4. Andrew DeRuiter added a pair of doubles and struck out six in two innings.  

Liberty 5, Fountain-Fort Carson 3

Doherty 11, Canon City 10

Palmer Ridge 9, Lewis-Palmer 1

Cheyenne Mountain 3, Air Academy 1

Girls’ golf

Terror Invitational

At Patty Jewett Golf Course: Charlotte Cliatt led Palmer, the hosts, to a third-place finish in the team standings by finishing fourth in the individual standings with an 84. Isabella Deak, taking third in the individual standings, led Air Academy to a second-place finish.

Girls’ Tennis

Pine Creek 5, Ponderosa 2

At Pine Creek: Livi Matheson and Jodi Reed led the Eagles to a sweep of the doubles matches by winning 6-7 (2-7), 6-2, 6-3 at No. 1 singles. Freshman Chloe Dudden added a 6-4, 6-2 win at No. 3 singles for Pine Creek, which improved to 8-3 in dual action.

Mesa Ridge 6, Mitchell 1

At Mitchell: The Grizzlies (5-4) won all four of the doubles matches, three in straight sets. Sarah Machin and Mia Green rebounded from a 6-4 loss to Mitchell’s Kate Burch and Sakae Malcolm in the first set before taking the next two 6-2, 7-5. Mesa Ridge’s Michaela Welch won 6-3, 6-1 at No. 3 singles, the only singles match to be completed, according to MaxPreps.

Holy Family 5, Discovery Canyon 2

Mattie Kuntzelman ran her record to 8-2 on the season with a 6-2, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles for the Thunder (6-4). Ria Paradkar and Karinne Bratkowsky picked up Discovery Canyon’s only other win at No. 4 doubles.

Widefield 7, Harrison 0

At Widefield: The Gladiators (8-1) won each match in straight sets. Juniors Makeeda Cato and Cheyanne Duk teamed for a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 2 doubles for Widefield. Harrison dropped to 4-6.

Liberty 7, Palmer 0

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