Monday Preparation Roundup: Cheyenne Mountain Headlines Regional Boys’ Golf Finalists in the Area | Sports blanket




4A Region 1

At the Walking Stick Golf Course: Pueblo West junior Noah Wagner completed his round on Monday as the only golfer on the course to touch under 70. He finished at 69 to lead the Cyclones to the Region 1 4A title.

Falcon, led by junior Reese Knox and senior Benjamin Campbell, finished second in the tournament. The two placed second and third individually. The Classic Academy finished sixth. Woodland Park and Coronado finished seventh and eighth to round out the area’s top finishers.

4A Region 2

At Colorado Country Club: Cheyenne Mountain won another regional title behind the efforts of junior Thomas Herholtz and senior Campbell Grage, who finished second and third individually. The Red-Tailed Hawks also had juniors Carter Surofchek and Kale Earthen in the top 10.

Lewis Palmer finished third in the event, Air Academy (sixth) and Palmer Ridge (ninth) rounding out the top 10 teams in the region.

3A Region 2

At Murphy Creek Golf Course: Kent Denver, with a final total of 231, won the regional title Monday for region 3A 2.

St. Mary’s was the only home team to finish in the top three, tying for second at 258. Colorado Springs Christian finished at 261 for fourth.


Liberty 2, Rempart 0

At Liberty: The game was tied at halftime, but Liberty scored two goals in the final period to claim the victory.

The Lancers have scored 43 goals and allowed just six to nine games. They also went to 4-0 in the league.


Palmer Ridge 16, Pine Creek 3

At Palmer Ridge: Nine runs in the first inning was all they needed, but the Palmer Ridge Bears added seven more in the third inning to overwhelm Pine Creek.

Four Bears had several hits and the German junior from Geneva allowed just one hit to close the last two innings.

Lewis-Palmer 12, Liberty 5

To Freedom: Lewis Palmer’s three-headed combination of sophomore Grace Lendt, junior Landry Boone and senior Jaiden Dahl paved the way for a Rangers victory.

Each of them has had three or more hits, including Lendt’s five hits and Dahl’s five RBIs.

Bulwark 12, Doherty 2

At Rampart: The Rams let Doherty hang around for a while before multiplying the late deficit.

Senior Hanna Benoit pitched five innings and allowed two runs (none earned), striking out 13 batters.

James Irwin 11, Wiley 9


Calhan 3, Fontaine Valley 0



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