BOYS' SWIMMING AND DIVING
Pine Creek 123, Liberty 63
At Rampart: Matt Sherman broke an 8-year-old school record in diving, and Pine Creek won 10 of the 12 events en route to a dual victory between longtime District 20 rivals.
Sherman, a freshman, scored 245.3 points on six dives, surpassing the previous mark of 239, set by Cory Carpenter in 2010.
Sherman's older brother, Nicholas, touched first in the 100-yard backstroke and 100 butterfly, and Andrew Bell also had two individual wins for the Eagles by winning the 200 and 500 free.
Hyun Choi (50 freestyle) and Troy Legg (100 free) had wins for Liberty.
Rampart 112, Coronado 74
At Coronado: Jackson Evanitz (50 free, 100 free) and Isaac Shyrock (100 butterfly, 200 free) each touched first in two events to help Rampart stay undefeated in six dual meets this season.
Andrew Aire took first in the 200 individual medley for Coronado, which also got an individual victory from Matt Lenz in diving.
Cheyenne Mountain 1, Discovery Canyon 0 (OT)
At Cheyenne Mountain: Katy Darr broke a scoreless tie four minutes into overtime, lifting Cheyenne Mountain (7-4-1, 4-1 4A/5A Pikes Peak) past Discovery Canyon (5-7, 1-4).
Darr knocked down a corner kick from Lisa Long, then put the loose ball into the net to run the Indians' unbeaten streak to 8-0-1 over the Thunder dating to the 2011 season.
Bella Zanotelli registered two saves for Cheyenne Mountain.
Pine Creek 10, Coronado 0
At District 20 Stadium: Lucy Hart's hat trick, plus two goals each from Torrie Brodish and Lauren Bogue powered Pine Creek to a blowout win over Coronado that was stopped with six minutes left because of the 10-goal mercy rule. Payton Smelker and Brodish added two assists apiece for the Eagles (5-4-1, 3-1 5A CS Metro), who scored five goals in each half.
Coronado fell to 5-8, 1-3.
TCA 10, Harrison 0
At Harrison: Trinity Harvey led the scoring attack with four goals as TCA made quick work of Harrison.
The Titans (9-1-2, 6-0 4A CS Metro) led 9-0 at halftime and ended the game with a goal just one minute into the second half.
Kaylee Thompson scored twice for TCA, which also got goals from Alison Smith, Talia Schmidt, Rebecca Thompson and Ashlie McFarlane.
Harrison (4-6-2, 3-4) had its season-best two-game winning streak snapped.
Lewis-Palmer 10, Vista Ridge 0
At Vista Ridge: Lewis-Palmer (7-4-2, 3-1-1 4A/5A Pikes Peak) stayed in the thick of league standings with a blowout of Vista Ridge (1-9, 0-5). The Rangers are among three teams with only one loss in a pack behind Palmer Ridge (3-0-1).
CSCS 6, ECA 0
At CSCS: Kait Halverson scored all three of her goals in the first half as Colorado Springs Christian School eased past Evangelical Christian Academy to run the Lions' season-opening winning streak to nine games.
Abby Knedler gave CSCS (9-0) the lead for good with an unassisted goal four minutes in, then Halverson doubled the advantage four minutes later off an assist from Grace Rummel.
Rummel and Katie McGrath added goals in the second half.
Erin Ross, McKenna Dorminey and Virginia McGrath also had assists for the Lions.
Atlas Prep 10, Dolores Huerta Prep 0
At Pueblo: Jesenia Valdez scored seven goals to raise her season total to 29 - second in the state regardless of classification - to lead Atlas Prep to a rout of Dolores Huerta Prep. Samantha O'Brien of Clear Creek has 32 goals to lead Colorado girls' players. Destany Araiza added two goals for the Gryphons (8-2, 5-1 3A Region 1), who led 7-0 at halftime.
Arelette Duran also scored for Atlas Prep.
James Irwin 6, Rye 4
At Rye: James Irwin (6-6-1, 3-3 3A Region 1) raced out to a 4-1 lead in the first half, then held off Rye for the Jaguars' second consecutive win.
Manitou Springs 5, Florence 1
At Manitou Springs: Manitou Springs (10-2, 3-0 3A Region 2) bounced back from Saturday's nonleague loss to St. Mary's by dominating Florence (8-3, 1-3) to end the Huskies' two-game winning streak.
Canon City 7, Mesa Ridge 0
At Canon City: Canon City (8-4-1, 4-2 4A CS Metro) won its second straight game by shutting out Mesa Ridge (1-11-1, 1-4-1).
Air Academy 14, Fountain Valley 8
At Pine Creek: Air Academy (5-6), playing for the first time since a double-overtime loss to Rocky Mountain on April 13, pulled away from Fountain Valley (2-4) in nonleague action.
Widefield 7, Sierra 0
At Widefield: Victoria Bowen, Madison Villers and Faith Bower swept their singles opponents, and Widefield lost only two games during the dual.