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Tuesday preparatory spherical: TCA boys' soccer wins fifth consecutive 10-Zero recreation – Colorado Springs Gazette

FIELD HOCKEY

Colorado Academy 7, Liberty 0

BOYS 'FOOTBALL

Atlas Prep 5, James Irwin 0

At James Irwin: Diego Gomez had two goals and an assist and Jesse Parkinson had a goal and three assists to lead Atlas Prep to a 3A Tri-Peaks win over James Irwin.

Diego Gonzales and Miguel Perez also scored goals for the Gryphons and Ivan Valdez had seven saves in goal.

Thomas MacLaren 7, Colorado Springs School 0

At Colorado Springs School: Michael Brophy had four goals and two assists for Thomas MacLaren in a dominant non-conference win against Colorado Springs School.

Chris Ambuul and Joel Shorey each had a goal and an assist, and Matthew Zimmer scored for the Highlanders too.

Salida 2, St. Mary & # 39; s 1

At St. Mary's: Andon Mindrup scored in the first half of a 3A Tri-Peaks game against Salida but the Spartans scored two goals in the second half to take the win home.

Pine Creek 2, Wall 0

In Pine Creek: Baker Schultz and Ryan Baca scored a goal for Pine Creek in a 5A / 4A PPAC clash, marking the team's third shutout in a row.

Gabe Hull had six saves for the Eagles in his fifth shutout win. Jackson Isaacs and Will English each had a support for Pine Creek.

Manitou Springs 3, Colorado Springs Christian School 0

In Manitou Springs: Three different Mustangs scored a third win in a row.

Andrew Rhodes, Isaiah Thomas and Lairdon Rogge scored a goal for the Mustangs. Rogge and Max Goede each had an assistant.

Spencer McCumber had four stops in goal while helping his team to another shutout. Manitou Springs has kept its opponents goalless in each of its wins of the season.

The Classical Academy 10, Elizabeth 0

At the Classical Academy: Caden Lukenbill scored five goals and had four assists for the Classical Academy, and Sam Grotelueschen scored three goals and had one assist when the Titans defeated Elizabeth in their fifth consecutive 10-0 victory.

Seth Neider and Lincoln Hooser also scored one goal. Hooser and Spencer Lukenbill each had an assistant and Ben Larivee had three helpers. Freshman Trent Courtright took the win in goal.

Canon City 6, Woodland Park 1

At Canon City: Kyle Smith and Bryan Olivas each scored two goals as Canon City rebounded after two draws for a 4A CSML South win.

Smith had two templates. Diego Aparicio had one goal and two assists and Cornelius Henderson scored as well.

Discovery Canyon 5, Wells Fort Carson 2

Harrison 5, Palmer 0

Fountain Valley 10, Dolores Huerta 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Colorado Springs School 3, Peyton 0

At Colorado Springs School: Colorado Springs School celebrated their third straight win and remains undefeated in the 2A Black Forest game after beating Peyton [25-21, 25-16, 25-22].

Whitney Richardi had 15 kills for the Kodiaks and Elise Layton had 11 kills and 10 aces.

Falcon 3, Elizabeth 1

At Falcon: Falcon defeated Elizabeth in four sets in a 4A CSML North battle at 25:11, 20:25, 25:11, 25:12.

Kaitlyn Hall led the Falcons with 15 kills and Rylee Pitts had 12. Hall also had four aces and Pitts had seven blocks.

Woodland Park 3, Harrison 0

At Woodland Park: The Panthers scored a quick 4A / 5A CSML South win over Harrison, 25-17, 25-15, 25-15.

Trinity Mcabee had nine kills for Woodland Park, Grace McClintock had eight, and Allie Tring had seven. Mcabee also had five aces and five blocks. Kayla Stimits had four aces.

Manitou Springs 3, Ellicott 0

At Ellicott: Manitou Springs won their second consecutive 3A Tri-Peaks match with a 3-set win over Ellicott 25:18, 25:18, 25:13.

Avah Armor had 11 kills to run the Mustangs, and Katy Vance had nine kills and eight aces. Armor and Alexia Vigil each had two blocks and Bella Coscetti had three.

Coronado 3, Mesa Ridge 0

At Coronado: Coronado extended their unbeaten streak to eight with a straight win over 4A / 5A CSML South opponent Mesa Ridge, 25-17, 25-9, 25-9.

Maycie Rogers had 13 kills and Stacia Smith had 12 for the Cougars. Rogers and Madison Louis each had four aces, and Nayo Afonja had three blocks.

Canon City 3, Widefield 0

At Canon City: Canon City ended a three-game loss with a straight-set win against Widefield. Canon City won the first set 25-20 before dominating the second 25-6 before taking the win 25-17 in Set 3.

Hope Kolman had 13 kills and five blocks. Jordyn Martinez had 11 kills for Canon City.

St. Mary & # 39; s 3, Colorado Springs Christian 2

At St. Mary & # 39; s: St. Mary & # 39; s and CSCS battled it out in a 3A Tri-Peaks rivalry game, with the Pirates scooping one win to end a brief loss in two games.

The Pirates won the first two sets 25-21, 25-16 before CSCS rebounded and won sets three and four, 25-17, 25-12. St. Mary & # 39; s won the fifth set 15:11.

Jillian Kellick had 21 kills and nine blocks for St. Mary's. Emma White had nine kills and three aces. Ceanne Smith also had three aces and Peyton Priddy had three blocks and 42 assists.

The Classic Academy 3, Sand Creek 0

Fountain Valley 3, Calhan 2

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