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Prep roundup: Week of May 3

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Amanda Ward

Last Saturday

Baseball

Holy Family 8, Windsor 4: In Windsor, Jake Greenwalt had two hits and scored two runs for the Wizards, and Dustin Starck had two RBI, but it wasn't enough.

Windsor fell to 9-3 in 4A Tri-Valley play, 11-5 overall.

WHS — Cole Brandon (L). 2B – Tyler Shubert; 3B – Jake Greenwalt.

Girls tennis

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Windsor — In a matchup between Class 4A Region 4 heavy-hitters, Eaton edged Windsor 4-3.

The Wizards won two out of three singles matches, but the Reds countered by prevailing in three of four doubles matches.

At No. 1 doubles, the Reds tandem of Courtney Leafgren and Emily Harper overcame an early deficit to beat Mikaela Skaare and Taylor Pankewicz, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

Singles — 1. Amanda Ward, W, def. Catherine Harper, 6-7 (5), 7-6 (3), 6-3; 2. Myiah Scott, E, def. Angela DeSimone, 6-1, 6-1; 3. Sydney Myers, W, def. Lindsey Leafgren, 6-4, 6-2.

Doubles — 1. Courtney Leafgren & Emily Harper, E, def. Mikaela Skaare & Taylor Pankewicz, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Shelby Nail & Darcie Kaiser, E, def. Carissa Meline & Amanda Stieb, 7-6 (3), 6-2; 3. Kadie Griffith & Brooke Knudsen, E, def. Anna Boyle & Nancy Stanley, 6-3, 6-1; 4. Bree Peters & Maria D'Rosario, W, def. Kinsey Mawson & Abby Sears, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-4.

Tuesday

Baseball

Longmont 14, Windsor 13

WHS 320 420 11 — 13 10 4

LHS 001 055 12 — 14 15 7

Thursday

Boys swimming

Greeley — Windsor prevailed in a triangular meet, scoring 127 points, compared to 93 for Greeley Central and 37 for Northridge.

The Wizards placed first in seven of 12 events, including Class 4A state-qualifying performances by Jacob Wiedeman (100-yard butterfly, 57.87 seconds), Colby Horton (100 backstroke, 59.49), their 200 freestyle relay (1:40.55) and their 200 medley relay (1:52.29).

The Wildcats placed first in the other five events with Drake Manuello (200 freestyle, 1:54.55; 100 freestyle, 51.43) and Elliot Shupe (200 individual medley, 2:09.25; 500 freestyle, 5:28.33) each recording a pair of qualifying performances.

In all, there were 13 state-qualifying performances with a series of events seeing multiple qualifiers.

Team Scores — Windsor 127, Greeley Central 93, Northridge 37.

200-yard medley relay — Windsor (Justin Krebs, Alan Whitehead, Colby Horton, Jacob Wiedeman) 1:52.29*; Greeley Central (Brandt Daniels, Elliot Shupe, Drake Manuello, Ben Gryboski) 1:52.77*; 200 freestyle – Manuello, GC, 1:54.55*; Whitehead, W, 1:59.80*; Jeremy Segelke, N, 2:01.71; 200 individual medley – Shupe, GC, 2:09.25*; Jacob Wiedeman, W, 2:13.66*; Krebs, W, 2:22.27; 50 freestyle – Daniels, GC, 24.46; Garrett Ludwick, W, 25.02; Tucker Wright, W, 25.81; 1-meter diving – Justin Hammond, W, 174.35; 100 butterfly – Wiedeman, W, 57.87*; Horton, W, 59.04*; Daniels, GC, 1:03.46; 100 freestyle – Manuello, GC, 51.43*; Segelke, N, 54.60; Wright, W, 56.28; 500 freestyle – Shupe, GC, 5:28.33*; Matt Fries, W, 5:32.98*; Ludwick, W, 5:33.12; 200 freestyle relay – Windsor (Whitehead, Wright, Scott Haltom, Wiedeman) 1:40.55*; Greeley Central (Daniels, Reed Hodgson, Manuello, Andrew Bruggeman-Green) 1:43.33; 100 backstroke – Horton, W, 59.49*; Connor Murray, W, 1:06.91; Hayden Casdroph, GC, 1:14.49; 100 breaststroke – Whitehead, W, 1:09.93; Ethan Ragatz, W, 1:13.62; Jacob Burke, W, 1:22.51; 400 freestyle relay – Windsor (Haltom, Jeff Borrett, Fries, Murray) 4:02.42; Greeley Central (Shupe, Hodgson, Casdroph, Bruggeman-Green) 4:10.66.

* Class 4A state-qualifying time

Friday

Girls tennis

Weld County has seen its share of special seasons.

But the Greeley Central girls tennis team probably hasn't had one as memorable as this one.

The Wildcats won the Class 4A Region 4 tournament — their first since 1994 — on Friday with 67 points at Centennial Courts. Four of their positions swept their championship matches, as well.

Windsor (58) was the runner-up and Eaton (55) came in third. University (28) followed in fourth, Northridge (2) was 10th, Fort Lupton (1) was 11th and Weld Central (0) was 12th.

Greeley Central No. 1 singles player Katiana Uyemura, a senior, started the winning trend Friday as she defeated Windsor's Amanda Ward 6-3, 6-0 in the finals. Uyemura looked sharp in her tune-up before the state tournament.

"I'm just so excited I can't think of anything to say," Uyemura said with a big smile. "But (Ward) played well. I haven't stopped working since last season because this is my last chance to do something with tennis. … It paid off."

Ward, a junior, beat Uyemura at regionals last year, but she said she hadn't seen Uyemura play at all this season.

"Everyone had told me that her game had changed like drastically," Ward said. " … She just was really good at moving the ball, I think, and I just wasn't really prepared for that. One thing that I really struggled with is that she just killed me on my second serves.

"Her angles were just crazy and I just couldn't get to them."

The No. 3 doubles team of senior Megan Graefe and sophomore Ashlyn Twing claimed a regional championship after beating Windsor's Nancy Stanley and Anna Boyle 6-4, 7-6 (4).

Team scores — Greeley Central 67, Windsor 58, Eaton 55, University 28, Thompson Valley 26, Sterling 22, Mountain View 21, Fort Morgan 11, Mead 10, Northridge 2, Fort Lupton 1, Weld Central 0.

Championship matches

Singles — 1. Katiana Uyemura, GC, def. Amanda Ward, W, 6-3, 6-0; 2. Morgan Smith, GC, def. Myiah Scott, E, 6-4, 7-6 (7); 3. Abigail Sanford, GC, def. Janna Phansiri, U, 6-3, 7-6 (2).

Doubles — 1. Courtney Leafgren & Emily Harper, E, def. Alex McKenna & Amber Wiens, TV, 6-2, 6-2; 2. Amanda Stieb & Carissa Meline, W, def. Jenna Dillenburg & Bianca Garcia, S, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Megan Graefe & Ashlyn Twing, GC, def. Nancy Stanley & Anna Boyle, W, 6-4, 7-6 (4); 4. Bree Peters & Maria D'Rosario, W, def. Kinsy Mawson & Abby Sears, E, 6-3, 6-4.

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