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Here are boys varsity baseball outcomes from around the city from the past week, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
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Cheyenne Mountain scores 10 runs, trounces Lewis-Palmer
To start off the week, on Monday, the Cheyenne Mountain Indians hosted the Monument Lewis-Palmer Rangers for a varsity face-off. The Indians blew the Rangers out of the park in a decisive 10-2 victory. The Cheyenne Mountain Indians recorded 10 hits, while the Lewis-Palmer Rangers recorded six. The Indians scored one home run to bring their total to 14 this year. After this victory, Cheyenne Mountain remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Lewis-Palmer's record fell to 9-4.
The Classical Academy sneaks past Canon City
On Tuesday, The Classical Academy Titans toppled the Canon City Tigers by a score of 6-5 at home. Although they lost, the Tigers added 10 hits to The Classical Academy's five hits. The Canon City Tigers hit one home run. The win brought The Classical Academy's record to 15-5, while Canon City's record fell to 16-7.
Palmer overwhelmed by Pine Creek
The Pine Creek Eagles out-hustled the Palmer Terrors 11-0 at home on Tuesday. The Pine Creek Eagles had eight hits, while the Terrors had three. The Eagles hit two home runs to bring their total to 15 this season. Following this success, Pine Creek remained undefeated with a conference record of 11-0, while Palmer's record fell to 0-9.
Fountain-Fort Carson bests Liberty
Tuesday also saw the Liberty Lancers clash with the Fountain-Fort Carson Trojans. The Fountain-Fort Carson Trojans out-smarted the Liberty Lancers 5-3, to walk away with the success. Although they lost, the Lancers actually recorded eight hits to Fountain-Fort Carson's seven. The loss brought Liberty's conference record to 4-6, while Fountain-Fort Carson's record rose to 8-3.
Palmer Ridge squeaks past Vista Ridge
Also on Tuesday, the Vista Ridge Wolves lost to the Monument Palmer Ridge Bears by a score of 5-6. The loss brought Vista Ridge's conference record to 3-10, while Palmer Ridge's record rose to 8-5.
Pueblo West scores 6 runs, tramples Cheyenne Mountain
The Pueblo West Cyclones traveled to Colorado Springs this week to face off against the Cheyenne Mountain Indians on Saturday. The Cyclones walked away with a victory, beating the Cheyenne Mountain Indians soundly, 6-3. The Cheyenne Mountain Indians had six hits, while the Cyclones had 11. The loss brought Cheyenne Mountain's record to 19-3, while Pueblo West's record rose to 21-2.
The Classical Academy yields to Palmer Ridge
Also on Saturday, the Monument Palmer Ridge Bears traveled to Colorado Springs to face off against The Classical Academy Titans. They drove home satisfied: the Palmer Ridge Bears cinched a 9-5 victory. The Classical Academy Titans recorded four hits, while the Palmer Ridge Bears recorded six. The loss brought The Classical Academy's record to 15-6, while Palmer Ridge's record rose to 15-7.
Pine Creek outmatched by Regis Jesuit
The Aurora Regis Jesuit Raiders defeated the Pine Creek Eagles 5-0 at home on Saturday. The Regis Jesuit Raiders clocked five hits, while the Pine Creek Eagles clocked one. The Regis Jesuit Raiders scored one home run to bring their total to 21 this year. The win brought Regis Jesuit's record to 18-5, while Pine Creek's record fell to 15-7.
St. Mary's scores 4 runs, trounces Buena Vista
Also on Saturday, the Buena Vista Demons traveled to Colorado Springs to face off against the St. Mary's Pirates. They drove home empty-handed: the Buena Vista Demons lost to the St. Mary's Pirates by a score of 1-4. The Pirates managed nine hits, while the Buena Vista Demons managed five. The Demons hit one home run. The win brought St. Mary's' conference record to 8-1, while Buena Vista's record fell to 7-2.
Palmer overwhelmed by Coronado
The Palmer Terrors lost to the Coronado Cougars 3-13 on Saturday. This continued an eleven-game losing streak for the Terrors, whose record fell again on Saturday to 0-11. Coronado's record rose to 7-5.