Prep Roundup: Week of Sept. 13 | MyWindsorNow.com

Prep Roundup: Week of Sept. 13

Saturday

Boys tennis

Greeley — Greeley West showed improvement at the Greeley Tennis Invitational, going from last place last year to fifth Saturday.

The Spartans had first-round victories at all positions. West's Garrett Fink was the lone player in the tournament to beat a Monarch player, which ran away from the field.

Windsor placed seventh with 47 points, Greeley Central was ninth with 35 points and Northridge 11th with 15 points.

Greeley Central's Alex Adams was third at No. 2 singles, beating Fink in their final match.

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Monarch claimed first at six of seven positions.

Team scores — Monarch 75, Silver Creek 65, Grandview 64, Castle View 59, Greeley West 52, Longmont 48, Windsor 47, Smoky HIll 36, Greeley Central 35, Mullen 31, Northridge 15

Volleyball

Windsor wins three of four at tournament: In Monument, the Wizards completed a solid day at the Lewis-Palmer Invitational, winning three of four matches.

Madi Bruen had 24 kills and Kylie Hurst added 21 on the day for the Wizards, and Sabrina Nunn had 43 digs. Windsor showed good composure, winning two three-set victories.

Windsor scored one of its victories against Valley, which went 2-2 at the tournament. The Vikings (3-4 overall) beat Broomfield and Roosevelt while falling to Brighton.

"I thought we really grew a lot as a team," Valley coach Rene Aafedt said. "My youngsters got a lot of playing time."

Aafedt was impressed with the play of junior Brooke Schilling, who is turning into a floor leader. Schilling had 48 kills on the day.

Windsor 2, Coal Ridge 0

CRHS 10 20

WHS 25 25

WHS — Kills: Jordyn White 5, Kylie Hurst 5, Madi Bruen 3; Assists: Brenna Garrett 9, Avery Myatt 8; Aces: Garrett 8, Emma Lang, Karlie Sorenson; Blocks: Hurst 3, Sorenson 2; Digs: Sabrina Nunn 9, Hurst 7, Garrett.

Montrose 2, Windsor 0

MHS 25 25

WHS 20 18

WHS — Kills: Hurst 5, Myatt 2, Garrett 2; Assists: Hurst 5, Myatt 2, Garrett 2; Aces: Nunn 3, Hurst; Blocks: Bruen 2; Digs: Nunn 8, Bruen 6, Ally Kennis 5.

Windsor 2, Berthoud 1

BHS 21 25 5

WHS 25 19 15

WHS — Kills: Bruen 10, Hurst 6, Myatt 5; Assists: Garrett 11, Myatt 7; Aces: Nunn 2, Myatt 2, Garrett 2; Blocks: White 2, Bruen 2, Kennis, Hurst; Digs: Hurst 14, Nunn 12, Bruen 4.

Windsor 2, Valley 1

VHS 25 22 14

WHS 17 25 16

VHS — Kills: Brooke Schilling 12, Ashlyn Martinez 10, Jordan Loper 2; Assists: Hailey Diedrich 18, Kendra Sotelo; Aces: Martinez, Schilling; Blocks: Martinez 4, Schillling 3, Kinzie Ray; Digs: Diedrich 17, Schilling 14, Heather Meining 9.

WHS — Kills: Sorenson 9 ,Bruen 7, Hurst 5; Assists: Garrett 16, Myatt 13; Aces: Hurst 4, Kennis, Nunn, Lacey Garcia; Blocks: White 2, Bruen 2, Kennis, Hurst; Digs: Nunn 14, Hurst 10, Bruen 9.

Brighton 2, Valley 0

VHS 24 21

BHS 26 25

VHS — Kills: Schilling 9, Martinez 6, Sotelo 2; Assists: Diedrich 20, Sotelo 8, Schilling 5; Aces: Schilling 2, Martinez, Meining; Blocks: Martinez 2, Loper 2, Schilling; Digs: Schilling 16, Diedrich 11, Meining 6.

Valley 2, Roosevelt 0

VHS 25 25

RHS 19 17

VHS — Kills: Martinez 12, Schiling 12, Loper 2, Ray 2; Assists: Diedrich 24, Meining 2; Aces: Schilling, Mariah Lucero; Blocks: Martinez 4, Schilling 2; Digs: Schilling 12, Lucero 9, Meining 5.

Tuesday

Softball

Windsor 3, Holy Family 2: In Windsor, the Wizards prevailed in a nail-biter, scoring the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.

Windsor improved to 2-2 in conference, 5-4 overall.

Before that, Holy Family led the entire game, scoring its only two runs in the top of the first.

Senior Bre Hamilton picked up the win in the pitcher's circle and had two doubles at the plate.

HFHS 200 000 0 — 2 6 0

WHS 000 020 1 — 3 4 4

WHS — Bre Hamilton (W, 6H, 0ER, 2BB, 8SO) and Janae Cameron. 2B – Hamilton 2; RBI – Kaitlyn Shedd.

Boys tennis

Windsor — The Windsor Wizards played well in their first dual of the season Tuesday, defeating Arvada 5-2.

The Wizards losses came at No. 1 and 2 singles. No. 1 singles player Ellis Johnson lost in three sets.

Windsor will play two more duals this week as it hosts Legacy at 3:30 p.m. today and heads to Northglenn at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.

Singles — 1. David Ortiz, A, def. Ellis Johnson, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Dominic Moon, A, def. Michael Gueswell, 6-2, 6-3; 3. Wesley Smith, W, def. Jerrod Balangan, 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Blake Pendleton & Max McManigal, W, def. Tyler Spencer & Josh Hoisington, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Nathan Tucker & Jacob Liberty, W, def. Thomas Jackson & Travis King-Manzando, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Clay Grave & Jackson Cline, W, won by forfeit; 4. Kieran Joe & Andrew Fischer, W, won by forfeit.

Volleyball

Windsor 3, Frederick 0: In Windsor, the Wizards won their third match in a row, prevailing in their first match in 4A Tri-Valley play, while improving to 5-1 overall.

Senior Kylie Hurst led the way with four kills, three aces and three blocks — all team-highs. She also had nine digs.

FHS 11 13 9

WHS 25 25 25

WHS — Kills: Kylie Hurst 4, Jordyn White 3, Karlie Sorenson 2, Ally Kennis 2, Madi Bruen 2, Avery Myatt 2; Assists: Myatt 8, Brenna Garrett 7, Sabrina Nunn 1; Aces: Hurst 3, Bruen, Garrett, Lacey Garcia; Blocks: Kennis 3, Hurst 3, Sorenson 2; Digs: Nunn 10, Hurst 9, Bruen 6, Garrett 6.

Wednesday

Boys soccer

Windsor — The Windsor Wizards took advantage of their opportunities Wednesday and won their Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference game 4-3 against Erie.

Windsor's Sterling McKenzie made three goals, all penalty kicks, to lead the Wizards (1-1 Tri-Valley, 1-1 overall).

"We did a good job of getting into their box and we got the penalty kicks," coach Phil Weiser said.

EHS 2 1 — 3

WHS 3 1 — 4

Scoring — WHS, Sterling Mckenzie (PK) 5th minute; WHS, Griffith Kull (Mckenzie) 9th minute; EHS, 14th minute; EHS, 22nd minute; WHS, Mckenzie (PK) 34th minute; EHS, 42nd minute; WHS, Mckenzie (PK) 61st minute

Shots — EHS 6, WHS 9.

Saves — EHS 6, WHS (Kyle Ellingson) 3.

Corner Kicks — EHS 1, WHS 7.

Softball

Windsor — The Windsor Wizards recorded another win Wednesday, topping Poudre 5-1 in a nonleague game.

Michaela Moran was 2 of 3 with a double and a triple for the Wizards (6-4). Jordyn Cook and Hailey Hinson each had one RBI.

Windsor will play on the road at 4 p.m. today at Berthoud in a Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference game.

PHS 000 001 0 — 1 3 1

WHS 100 220 X — 5 6 3

WHS — Ashton Kazmierski (W, 2-2, 2H, 0ER, 3BB, 1SO), Bre Hamilton (5th, 1H, 1ER, 0BB, 6SO) and Janae Cameron. 2B – Michaela Moran, Cameron; 3B – Jordyn Cook, Moran; RBI – Cook, Hailey Hinson.

Boys tennis

Windsor — The Windsor Wizards squeaked out another win Wednesday, defeating Legacy 4-3 in a home nonconference match.

The Wizards (2-0) were carried by their doubles teams, which all won in two sets. Windsor will play at 3:30 p.m. today at Northglenn.

Singles — 1. Sam Karlson, L, def. Ellis Johnson, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Jordan Boucher, L, def. Michael Gueswell, 6-2, 6-0; 3. Parker Steen, L, def. Wesley Smith, 6-2, 7-5.

Doubles — 1. Blake Pendleton & Max McManigal, W, def. Christian Moon & Ryan Gilpatrick, 7-5, 7-5; 2. Nathan Tucker & Jacob Liberty, W, def. Greg Nixon & Alex Dorre, 6-2, 6-4; 3. Clay Grave & Jackson Cline, W, def. Logan DiLullo & Sean Glaist, 6-3, 6-4; 4. Kieran Joe & Andrew Fischer, W, def. Jaden Reyes & Jason Neuhalfen, 6-1, 6-1.

Thursday

Softball

Windsor 7, Berthoud 0: In Berthoud, the Wizards blew open an early lead with three runs in the fourth inning in a 4A Tri-Valley Conference victory over Berthoud.

Tucker Pebley, Hailey Hinson and Janae Cameron combined for six of the Wizards' 10 hits. Hinson homered and had three RBI.

Breanna Hamilton went the distance in the circle, giving up just three hits, walking none and striking out six.

The Wizards improved to 3-2 in conference action, 7-4 overall.

WHS 120 310 0 — 7 10 2

BHS 000 000 0 — 0 3 3

WHS — Breanna Hamilton (W, 5-2, 3H, 0ER, 0BB, 6SO) and Janae Cameron. 2B — Michaela Moran. HR — Hailey Hinson. RBI — Hinson 3, Tucker Pebley, Micheala Moran, Cameron, Hamilton.

Boys tennis

Northglenn — Windsor swept the doubles matches en route to a 5-2 dual win against Northglenn on Thursday.

The Wizards' lone singles win came at No. 2 singles as Michael Gueswell topped Chris Strobel, 6-3, 7-5.

All of Windsor's doubles wins came in straight sets.

Singles — 1. Vang, N, def. Ellis Johnson, 6-2, 6-4; 2. Michael Gueswell, W, def. Strobel, 6-3, 7-5; 3. Leeper, N, def. Wesley Smith, 6-4, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Blake Pendleton & Max McManigal, W, def. Bakun & Dozier, 6-2, 6-2; 2. Nathan Tucker & Jacob Liberty, W, def. Burger & McChesney, 6-2, 6-2; 3. Clay Grave & Jackson Cline, W, def. Kerr & Rodriguez, 6-4, 6-4; 4. Kieran Joe & Andrew Fischer, W, def. Zeidlik & Tinoco, 6-2, 6-3.

Volleyball

Roosevelt 3, Windsor 1: In Johnstown, Roosevelt used a stellar defensive effort to hold off Windsor in a tightly contested 4A Tri-Valley conference match.

Addison Hays had 31 digs, Jadyn Stumpf had 26 and Rowan Garcia added 20 for the Rough Riders (1-1 Tri-Valley, 2-4 overall).

Windsor fell to 1-1, 5-2.

WHS 24 25 22 30

RHS 26 16 25 32

WHS — Kills: Madi Bruen 15, Karlie Sorenson 14, Kylie Hurst 11; Assists: Avery Myatt 3, Brenna Garrett 15; Aces: Hurst 4, Bruen 2, Garrett 2, Myatt 2; Blocks: Hurst 4, Rylee Greiman, Ally Kennis, Jordyn White 1; Digs: Sabrina Nunn 25, Myatt 18, Garrett 17, Hurst 17.

RHS — Kills: Jadyn Sumpf 17, Michelle Batista 14, Dorie Moore 6; Assists: Rowan Garcia 50; Aces: Noelle Wagner 4, Garcia 2, Addison Hays 2, Avery Wagner; Blocks: Batista 2, Moore 2, Dayna Copeland, Patricia Lira; Digs: Hays 31, Stumpf 26, Garcia 20.

Friday

Football

Windsor 36, Broomfield 14: In Broomfield, the Wizards took down their nonconference opponent.

Broomfield struck first with an opening-drive touchdown, but Windsor (2-0) came back with a 30-yard TD in the first quarter.

The Wizards took a 12-7 lead, but the Eagles answered on the next drive for a 14-12 halftime lead. Windsor jumped out with a quick score to start the second half and added two more touchdowns for the final score.

Windsor was ranked No. 4 by The Associated Press poll in 4A heading into Friday's game while Broomfield was ranked eighth.

WHS 6 6 16 8 — 36

BHS 7 7 0 0 — 14

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