WINDSOR 44, SKYLINE 6

At Windsor HS

A non-conference matchup for Skyline (2-3) proved to be too much to handle for the Falcons, as Windsor (5-0) shut them down to secure their perfect record. The Wizards, who are ranked 5th on the latest CHSAANow.com 4A poll, relied on their running game to put points on the board, scoring just one of their six touchdowns by passing.

Skyline made sole their touchdown appearance in the third quarter, when Josh Angstead connected with Hunter Gutierrez.

The Skyline Falcons are at home next week against the 0-4 Broomfield Eagles. Gametime is schedule for 7 p.m.


Skyline 0 0 6 0 — 0

Windsor 14 6 24 0 — 44

First quarter

Windsor — Shields 5 run (two-point conversion)Windsor Peeples 45 run (conversion failed)

Second quarter

Windsor — Schmidt 89 run (conversion failed)

Third quarter

Windsor — Peeples run (conversion) Windsor — Schmidt 38 pass from Peeples (PAT) Skyline — Gutierrez 5 pass from Angstead Windsor — Peeples run (conversion)


RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN 58, LYONS 0

At Resurrection Christian HS

Lyons (0-3 league, 0-5 overall) could not catch a break in a 1A Metro League matchup against the undefeated Resurrection Christian Cougars (3-0, 6-0). Lyons will take on the Mead junior varsity squad in a non-conference matchup next weekend.


LEGACY 42, MOUNTAIN RANGE 14

At Mountain Range HS

Legacy had no problem sliding past Mountain Range (0-3 league, 0-4 overall) in a Front Range League matchup. The Lightning (2-1, 2-2) were up 35-0 against the Mustangs in the third quarter, until Mountain Range found their first scoring opportunity late in the third.

Senior quarterback Matt Lynch initiated a solid offense for Legacy, going 14-for-18 for 228 yards total. His longest touchdown pass came in a 60 yard haul to senior Dalton Royer.

Legacy will seek its next win at a home matchup next week against Poudre. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Adams 12 North Stadium.


Legacy 21 0 14 7 — 42

Mountain Range 0 0 7 7 — 14

First quarter

Legacy — Baugh 40 pass from Lynch (Freeburg kick) Legacy — Simmons 1 run (Freeburg kick) Legacy — Royer 60 pass from Lynch (Freeburg kick)

Third quarter

Legacy — Lynch 29 run (Freeburg kick) Legacy — Coleman 6 pass from Lynch (Freeburg) Mountain Range — Gillespie 30 pass from Smith (PAT)

Fourth quarter

Legacy — Kuyper 15 interception (Freeburg kick) Mountain Range — Erickson 1 run (PAT)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Legacy: Simmons 9-35, Lynch 4-28, Wills 6-15, Baugh 3-11, Lewis 3-7, Anderson 1-3.

PASSING — Legacy: Lynch 14-18-1-228.

RECEIVING — Legacy: Royer 2-77, Baugh 1-40, Anderson 3-35, Coleman 3-33, Ruscher 3-32, Smith 1-8, Paulson 1-3.


ROOSEVELT 50, MEAD 22

At Roosevelt HS

A battle of two winning squads resulted in the end of Mead’s undefeated season, as the Roughriders ran past Mead 50-22. Mead (1-1 league, 4-1 overall) found its first score to come from the defense, as senior Scott Martenson intercepted Roosevelt’s pass to run it in for the touchdown.

Mead will host the Niwot Cougars next Friday for a change to recover from tonight’s loss.