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No. 1 Cherry Creek (7–0) beat No. 8 Regis Jesuit (5–2), 29–6: James Walker II ran for three touchdowns, including a 96-yarder that gave the Bruins a 14–0 lead in the second quarter, while Myles Purchase sealed things with an interception return for a touchdown in the second half — the sixth pick-six of the Iowa State commit’s career. Next up: vs. Pomona, TBD.
No. 4 Pomona (7–0) beat No. 5 Eaglecrest (4–2), 49–19: After Seyi Oladipo’s 39-yard touchdown reception gave the Raptors a 13–7 lead, the Panthers ripped off five straight touchdowns to run away with the quarterfinal win. Junior Dominick Nichols scored three times, including on a 27-yard pass from Jack Pospisil. Up next: Cherry Creek, TBD
No. 2 Valor Christian (6–0) beat No. 7 Cherokee Trail (4–3), 49–14. Even with five-star running back Gavin Sawchuk unavailable, the Eagles cruised Thursday night, as Zachary Wiley ran for four touchdowns in the first half as part of a 106-yard night. Up next: Winner of Legend-Fairview, TBD.
No. 3 Legend (6–0) vs. No. 6 Fairview (6–0), 2:30 p.m. Saturday at EchoPark Stadium.
No. 1 Dakota Ridge (6–0) vs. No. 8 Montrose (4–2), 3 p.m. Saturday at Englewood High School.
No. 4 Loveland (7–0) beat No. 5 Broomfield (5–1), 28–7. The Indians blew open a 7–7 game in the fourth quarter with three unanswered touchdowns as a pair of interceptions directly (Joe Killian 70-yard pick-six) or indirectly (Tyson Williams pick returned to the Eagles 1‑yard line) led to scores. Jadyn Tafoya scored the go-ahead touchdown on a three-yard run. Up next: Winner of Dakota Ridge-Montrose, TBD
No. 2 Palmer Ridge (4–0) vs. No. 7 Pine Creek (2–2), 1 p.m. Saturday at Don Breese Stadium.
No. 3 Ponderosa (6–0) vs. No. 6 Fountain-Fort Carson (5–1), 10:30 a.m. Saturday at EchoPark Stadium.
No. 1 Roosevelt (5–0) vs. No. 8 Fort Morgan (4–1), 1 p.m. Saturday.
No. 4 Pueblo South (5–0) advances over No. 5 Mead (5–2), via forfeit: With the brackets already released, Pueblo South advanced to the semifinals after COVID-19 concerns forced Mead to withdraw. Up next: Winner of Roosevelt-Fort Morgan, TBD
No. 2 Holy Family (7–0) beat No. 7 Evergreen (4–3), 41–6. Tigers quarterback Michael White threw four touchdown passes, including a pair to Oscar Sena, to roll to the 3A semifinals. Running back Trevin Johnson added a touchdown run, his 12th of the season. Up next: Winner of Durango-Lutheran, TBD
No. 3 Durango (5–0) vs. No. 6 Lutheran (4–1), 1 p.m. Saturday.