Baseball team tops Roosevelt in Prep Roundup for March 24; girls tennis and boys swimming teams also win |

Baseball team tops Roosevelt in Prep Roundup for March 24; girls tennis and boys swimming teams also win

Windsor — Windsor (1-0 Class 4A Tri-Valley League, 1-0 overall) got an early lead and never looked back in its 5-2 league win over Roosevelt (2-1, 3-2) on Thursday.
The Wizards picked up eight hits, paced by Zach Watts, who had three hits and a home run.
Roosevelt committed five errors, compared to just four hits.
"We came out a little timid and didn't play the type of baseball we've played in the first five games," said Rough Riders coach Jerod Cronquist. "The bad defense just wasn't characteristic of how we've been playing."
The Rough Riders were led in hitting by Bo Slaymaker, who recorded their only RBI.
RHS 000 000 2 — 2 4 5
WHS 101 120 x — 5 8 1
RHS — Connery O'Donnel (L, 2-1, 6H, 2ER, 2BB, 6SO), Sammy Grim (5th, 1H, 0ER, 0BB, 1SO), Carson Zeke (6th, 1H, 0ER, 0BB, 0SO) and Tanner Shuffler. 2B – Brandon Obrecht; RBI – Bo Slaymaker.
WHS — Ryan Jares (W, 2H, 0ER, 0BB, 5SO). 2B – Mitchel Watson; HR – Zach Watts.

Windsor — Windsor (3-0 Class 4A Region 4, 3-0 overall) continued its winning ways, breezing past Erie, 6-1.
Taylor Pankewicz got the day started by picking up a win by forfeit in the No. 1 singles match.
After a loss in the next match, the Wizards picked up wins in the next five, including all four doubles matches.
Singles — 1. Taylor Pankewicz, WHS, won by forfeit; 2. Megan Hakes, EHS, def. Maria D'Rosario, 6-4, 6-3; 3. Brooklynn Kelley, WHS, def. Kaely Harris, 6-1, 6-3.
Doubles — 1. Janeth Terrazas & Payton Mann, WHS, def. Claire Wolff & Karis Moore, 6-4, 6-0; 2. Sam Wiest & Aly Kerr, WHS, def. Aliyah Harrison & Karelly Carballo, 6-4, 6-1; 3. Anna Lowndes & Kiley Smith, WHS, def. Maddie Mueller & Abbey Townsend, 6-2, 6-1; 4. Natalie Talbot & Brooke Schrader, WHS, def. Aubree Hensrud & Emily Over, 6-1, 6-2.

Windsor — The Windsor Wizards ran away with a triangular win Thursday against Valley and Estes Park at Windsor High School, racking up 187 points and attaining a whole host of Class 4A state qualifying times.
The Wizards took first place in every category except 1-meter diving, in which Estes Park swept the podium. Windsor got a strong showing from its freshmen — particularly Caiden Peterson, Josh Dodrill, Daniel Daley and Charles Cox — who aided the team in relay races.
The Wizards had a whole host of swimmers attain Class 4A state qualifying times at the triangular.
Peterson and Dodrill joined juniors Justin Krebs and Kash Hebert to set a 4A state qualifying time of 1 minute, 54.01 seconds in the 200-yard medley relay. Sophomore Riley Miller kept up the momentum for the Wizards in the next race, attaining a state qualifying time of 1:52.38 in the 200 freestyle. Right after that, junior Colby Horton swam the 50 freestyle in 23.37, attaining yet another state qualifying time for the Wizards. Those successes continued for Windsor in the 100 freestyle, where senior Jeff Borrett got a state qualifying time with 53.26.
Miller then swam the 500 freestyle in 4:53.55, attaining a state qualifying time while breaking the previous school record of 4:54.11, which Miller himself set this past year as a freshman. The time also broke the pool record of 5:01.90, set this past year by Silver Creek's Tyler Lis.
The Wizards picked up two more state qualifying times in the 200 freestyle relay. Juniors Ethan Hansbury, Krebs, Hebert and Horton tagged the wall in 1:40.25; Borrett, Connor Murray, Miller and Garrett Ludwick finished just behind them in 1:41.06.
Horton crushed the competition in the 100 backstroke, attaining a state qualifying time and pool record in 56.29. Horton topped a former Wizard swimmer with the record; Windsor's Andrew Scott swam the race in 56.84 in 2011.
Peterson had even more success in the next race, attaining a state qualifying time of 1:08.54 in the 100 breaststroke. The Wizards ended the day with yet another state qualifying time in the 400 freestyle relay. Horton, Hansbury, Ludwick and Borrett swam the race in 3:39.28.
Valley managed to get swimmers on the podium, as well. Sophomore swimmer Keegan Shaw took second place in the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke, and senior Dawson Almanzar placed third in the 100 freestyle.
Team Scores — Windsor 187, Estes Park 73, Valley 33.
200-yard medley relay — WHS (Justin Krebs, Caiden Peterson, Josh Dodrill, Kash Hebert) 1:54.01*, WHS (Connor Murray, Zane Gourd, Daniel Daley, Charles Cox) 2:01.33, EPHS 2:03.88; 200 freestyle — Riley Miller (WHS) 1:52.38*, EPHS 2:00.55, Jeff Borrett (WHS) 2:00.70; 200 individual medley — Ethan Hansbury (WHS) 2:11.46*, Garrett Ludwick (WHS) 2:18.89, EPHS 2:23.69; 50 freestyle — Colby Horton (WHS) 23.37*, Keegan Shaw (VHS) 25.86, EPHS 26.56; 1-meter diving — EPHS 297.35, EPHS 246.00, EPHS 237.75; 100 butterfly — Ludwick (WHS) 1:01.64, Hansbury (WHS) 1:01.74, Krebs (WHS) 1:05.02; 100 freestyle — Borrett (WHS) 53.26*, Hebert (WHS) 56.75, Dawson Almanzar (VHS) 58.54; 500 freestyle — Miller (WHS) 4:53.55*, EPHS 5:34.83, EPHS 5:53.85; 200 freestyle relay — WHS (Hansbury, Krebs, Hebert, Horton) 1:40.25*, WHS (Borrett, Murray, Miller, Ludwick) 1:41.06*, EPHS 1:41.55*; 100 backstroke — Horton (WHS) 56.29*, Shaw (VHS) 1:07.85, Cox (WHS) 1:08.01; 100 breaststroke — Peterson (WHS) 1:08.54*, Krebs (WHS) 1:13.51, EPHS 1:15.00; 400 freestyle relay — WHS (Horton, Hansbury, Ludwick, Borrett) 3:39.28*, WHS (Miller, Peterson, Cox, Dodrill) 4:04.45, WHS (Evan Spraker, Anthony Romero, Bryce Humphrey, Jackson Beck) 4:40.20.
*Class 4A state qualifying time

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