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Anderson homers as Columbine goes to 9-0 on the season

Austin Anderson homered and drove in two runs as Columbine stretched its winning streak to nine games with a 5-2 win over Fruita Monument High School on April 5.

Donny Ortiz, Cody Wood, Michael Tait and Patrick Huffaker also scored runs for the Rebels.

Isaiah Gonzales-Montoya struck out five over six innings to get the victory for Columbine.

Barder’s grand slam, Chamberlain’s pitching ignite Chatfield

HIGHLANDS RANCH — Patrick Barder hit a third-inning grand slam as Chatfield improved to 9-0 with a 5-2 win over Rock Canyon on April 5.

Colton Nobles scored twice for the Chargers.

Nick Chamberlain pitched a complete game. He allowed two runs on eight hits while walking one and striking out four.

Host Dakota Ridge drops second straight, falls to Legend

Legend put up a three spot in the first and third innings before holding off host Dakota Ridge for an 8-5 win on April 5.

The loss was the Eagles’ second straight and dropped them to 5-5 on the season.

Mike Baird was 2-for-3 with a pair of solo home runs for


Front Range Christian extends winning streak to three games

Spencer Ambrose was 3-for-4 and scored twice as Front Range Christian won its third straight with a 7-3 victory over Liberty Common on April 5.

Ambrose, Nate Peterson and Will Kernc scored two runs apiece.

The Falcons (5-1) led 7-0 after five innings.

Lions’ struggles continue in loss to Valor Christian

Marco Castilla drove in three runs, while Hayden Gerlach and Nick Merten had two RBIs apiece as Valor Christian rolled past Littleton 12-2 on April 5.

Valor Christian blew the game open with a seven-run fourth inning.

The game was halted after five innings courtesy of the 10-run mercy rule.

The loss was Littleton’s fifth straight and dropped the Lions to 1-6 on the season.


Chatfield pulls out all the stops, scores 26 goals against Chaparral

PARKER – Kendra Lanuza had seven goals and eight assists, while Shelby Piper scored five times as Chatfield ran a slugfest over host Chaparral 26-16 on April 5.

The win improved the Lady Chargers’ record to 6-0 on the season.

Summer Stafford scored four goals, Brielle Rumsey had three, Tess Albert and Jen Lanuza scored two each, and Alivia Roth, Savannah Mellberg and Ellie Cassel also scored for Chatfield.

The 26 goals ties the mark for the second-most goals in team history. Chatfield scored 27 goals in a 2011 victory over Conifer.