- Stratton had already clinched the Union Pacific league championship before tonight but stayed unbeaten in the conference with a 3-1 win over 2A Burlington.
- Merino improved to 14-3 with a 3-0 sweep of Flagler
- Haxtun is now 17-3 after sweeping Otis 3-0. The Bulldogs were 22nd in RPI going in so the loss could hurt their playoff chances.
- Cheraw is 18-3 and playoff bound after downing Kim/Branson 3-0. The Wolverines face Genoa Hugo on Friday and Sierra Grande on Saturday to close the season. Both matches are on the road.
- Wiley is 16-1 by beating Walsh in three sets. Next up for the Panthers is a home date with 2A Las Animas on Friday before they face Haxtun on the road in a tremendous top 10 battle.
- La Veta scores a nice non-league win over Sangre De Cristo 3-1. The T-Birds were 14th in RPI and La Veta 17th.
- Simla continues to build momentum for a postseason run as the Cubs downed 2A Colorado Springs School 3-0. The Cubs are in the playoffs as the 1A Black Forest champions.
- Denver Christian kept their perfect mark inside the Mile High intact with their 3-0 win over Clear Creek. The Thunder continue to lead Dayspring Christian by one game atop the standings and have a win over the Eagles.
- Fowler grabs a second win over Hoehne this year; beating the Farmers 3-0 on Tuesday to stay unbeaten in the Santa Fe.
- Telluride continues their strong play in the final weeks of the San Juan schedule as they downed Dolores 3-2. It was the second five-set loss of the week for the Bears who also came up short to 1A Dove Creek on Tuesday.
- First round results in the Frontier league tournament include DSST-Montview over Pinnacle 3-0, Academy over Platte Canyon 3-0 and Bennett over Bruce Randolph 3-0. Lake County also downed Sheridan 3-0.
- Faith Christian remains unbeaten in the Metro with a 3-0 sweep of Stargate. The Eagles share the conference lead with Lutheran and will face the Lions next week. All other league teams have at least two league losses.
- Resurrection Christian is now 17-0 after sweeping Brush 3-0. The Cougars also wrapped up the Patriot championship with the victory.
- Sterling takes another step to a second place finish in the Patriot as they downed Frontier Academy in three. The Tigers were also helped by Liberty Common’s 3-1 win over University. With those two results, Sterling is now alone in second with University, Liberty Common and Eaton sharing third place one game back in the loss column.
- Aspen holds onto a share of second place with North Fork in the Western Slope as the y downed Basalt 3-0. The Longhorns were just one game back in fourth but the loss probably takes them out of the race for second. Delta has already clinched the league crown.
- Cheyenne Mountain followed up their win over Palmer Ridge on Tuesday by downing Air Academy 3-0. The Red-Tailed Hawks stay one game back of the Bears and Rampart in the Pikes Peak lead. The two leaders collide on Friday.
- Pueblo County holds onto second place in the South Central with a 3-0 sweep of Pueblo East. The Hornets have a loss to Pueblo West in league play and trail the Cyclones by one game atop the standings. They meet for a second time next week. Pueblo West stayed unbeaten in the conference with a 3-0 win over Pueblo Centennial.
- Montrose scores a nice 3-0 win over Delta in a non-conference match of league leaders. The Indians share first in the SWL with Fruita Monument while Delta has clinched the 3A Western Slope.
- Evergreen’s win over Standley Lake (3-0) kept them tied with Green Mountain in second in the Jeffco. D’Evelyn stayed alone in first with a 3-0 win over Golden.
- Palisade captures a second consecutive Western Slope title by beating Glenwood Springs. They will finish one game up on Eagle Valley who clinched second earlier in the week.
- Falcon avenges an earlier conference loss by taking out Classical Academy in four sets. The win leaves the two teams tied for the top spot in the Colorado Springs Metro North.
- Cherry Creek, Grandview, Cherokee Trail and Eaglecrest were all first round winners of the Centennial regular season challenge. The Bruins downed Overland in three, Grandview swept Smoky Hill, Cherokee Trail beat Mullen 3-0 and Eaglecrest took five sets before advancing past Arapahoe.
- Broomfield moves past Legacy 3-1 to remain unbeaten in the Front Range and clinch the league crown. Fossil Ridge also locked down second by beating Loveland 3-0.