Colorado Springs basketball players dazzle on final day of The Show

 

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Widefield 77, Canon City 51

At Canon City: Widefield (19-4, 14-2) wrapped up the Class 4A Colorado Springs Metro League title after racing to a 25-13 lead after the first quarter.

Senior Tre Pierre hit 9 of 11 shots from the field to lead the Gladiators with 20 points, while TJ Davis (15) and Randall Days (12) also reached double figures.

The Tigers finish the regular season 3-20, 3-13.

Miami-Yoder 87, Edison 23

At Miami-Yoder: the Buffaloes held Edison to three points in two different quarters to improve to 9-9 on the season.

Peyton 48, Colorado Springs School 36

At Colorado Springs School: The Panthers entered the fourth quarter with a one-point advantage and created some separation by winning the final eight minutes 16-7.

Peyton moved to 7-11, 4-5.

CSS (7-12, 1-8) got 18 points from freshman Hayden Hocate.

Other scores

Mesa Ridge 80, Sierra 74

Lutheran 73, St. Mary’s 45

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Harrison 56, The Classical Academy 38

At Harrison: The Panthers limited the Titans to six points in each of the first two quarters, leading by 25 at the half.

Destiny Trujillo hit three 3-pointers and led Harrison (8-14, 6-9) with 17 points, while Amyah Moore added 13.

The Titans finish the regular season 16-7, 10-6.

Widefield 64, Canon City 34

At Widefield: The Gladiators (18-5, 13-3) got 20 points from junior Aaliyah Ricketts, while Charisse Fairley and Shynesti Johnson added 12 and 10, respectively.

Kate Tedquist and Ellie Till scored nine points apiece for the Tigers (9-14, 7-9).

Elizabeth 54, Mitchell 20

At Elizabeth: The Cardinals took a 30-2 lead to the half and improved to 7-16, 6-10 on the season.

The Marauders end the regular season 0-23.

Thomas MacLaren School 36, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind 19

At CSDB: Junior Diana Enriquez led CSDB (1-14, 0-8) with 16 points.

Other scores

Colorado Springs School 45, Peyton 35

HOCKEY

Air Academy 4, Doherty 3

At Sertich: Dalton Giesbrecht scored early in the second period to give the Kadets (3-14) a two-goal cushion.

Jordan Cornelison scored to bring the Spartans within a goal late, but Doherty (0-150 could not find a fourth goal.

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