Weekend prep roundup ? Feb. 29-March 2 Cactus High School Baseball: The Cobras went 5-1 at the Preseason Sunnyslope tournament, outscoring their opponents in 38-1 in their five wins and holding Nogales to four runs in their opening game loss. Up next, Cactus will go to Canyon Del Oro Tuesday and Flagstaff Thursday. Softball: Coach Bill Sorenson's squad evened its record at 1-1, falling to Chaparral Friday, 4-0. The Cobras will face Canyon Del Oro Tuesday in Tucson and play host to Flagstaff Thursday. Girl's Tennis: Cactus defeated Copper Canyon, 9-0. It was the Cobras' third-straight shutout to start the season. On Tuesday, Cactus will travel to Millenium, and will have Peoria at home Thursday. Boy's Tennis: The Cobras improved to 2-0 with a road win against Copper Canyon. They will face Millenium Tuesday at home, and then travel to the Paseo Racquet Club in Glendale to face Peoria. Girls Track: At the Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School Friday, Kelly Dallman earned a first place nod in the triple jump with a leap of 34-feet, 3.5 inches. The 4x800 meter relay team (Dallman, Megan Young, Michaels, Alex Green) placed second. Alex Green had a fourth place finish in the 1,600 meter run. Lisette Michaels finished third in the 800 meter run. In the high jump, Darl Bachman finished second. Kelly Dallman finished sixth in the long jump. Boy's Track: At the Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School Friday, Kandon Thomas finished third in the 110 meter. In the 100 meter dash, Mike Brown, Bruce Yeo and Trey Sam finished sixth, seventh and ninth respectively. The 4x100 meter relay squad (Yeo, Brown, Kandon Thomas and Sam) placed second. Dylan Hail finished fourth in the 400 meter dash. Thomas placed third and Jeff Otto finished sixth in the 300 meter hurdles. Justin Jones earned a seventh place finish in the 800 meter run. Michael finished seventh and Megan Young placed eighth in the 3,200 run. Otto places seventh in the pole vault. Phil Pollock to finish eighth in the long jump. Pollock also finished 10th in the triple jump. Yeo and Chris Putton placed 10th and 11th respectively in the shotput. Centennial High School Baseball: Centennial fell to 1-6 after dropping four of five at the Arizona Diamondback Tournament. This week, they'll face Ironwood Ridge at home Tuesday, travel to Willow Canyon in Surprise. Softball: The Coyotes opened the season with a 6-2 road win at Boulder Creek in Anthem. Bartt Underwood's squad will now gear up for next week's Nike Tournament with four games this week: Tuesday at Ironwood Ridge, Wednesday at South Mountain, Thursday at home against Willow Canyon, and Friday at Mountain View. Girl's Tennis: Centennial fell to Sunrise Mountain, 7-2, Friday. They will play host to Westview Tuesday and travel to Tolleson Thursday. Boy's Tennis: The Coyotes travel to Westview Tuesday, and welcome Tolleson Thursday. Girl's Track: At the Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School Friday, Culley Allison led all discus throwers, and Caitlynn Leslie placed fifth in the same event. The Coyotes' Jessica Pierce and Danielle Wharton placed third and fifth, respectively, in the 300 meter hurdles. Boy's Track: At the Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School Friday, the Coyote 4x100 meter relay squad (Wesson, Peterson, Dmitri Holmon and John Hughes) earned a first place nod. The Coyote 4x800 relay team (Andres Aguirre, Philip Davia, German Jiminez and Aaron Shores) finished fourth. Jerrell Peterson placed second in the 110 meter hurdles. Coyote Andre Wesson finished fifth in the 100 meter dash. In the 1,600 meter run, Davia placed 10th. Kirk Kriepel finished fifth in the 400 meter dash. Peterson finished second in the 300 meter hurdles. In the 800 meter run, German Jimenez finished ninth. Hughes earned a fourth place nod in the 200 meter dash. The Coyote 4x400 meter relay team (Aaron Shores, Peterson, Holmon and Aguirre) finished fourth. Boy's Volleyball: The Coyotes split their first two games, opening with a home win over Tempe, 3-0, but falling to Mesa Friday, 3-0. Next up, Centennial faced Dysart tonight (scores unavailable at press time), and then hit the road Wednesday and Thursday where they will face Mesquite followed by Goldwater. Deer Valley High School Baseball: The Skyhaws split a pair at the Aztec Tournament, falling to O'Connor 4-0 but rebounding to beat Seton Catholic, 6-3. This week, they will square off against Mountain Ridge Tuesday at home, travel to Ironwood Thursday, finish the week off Friday against Browne. Softball: Carl Bakemeier's softball squad drubbed Central 21-0 at home Friday. The Skyhawks will head to Mountain Ridge Tuesday before playing in the Mohave Tournament beginning Thursday. Girl's Tennis: The Skyhawks improved to 4-0 be downing Valley Vista 9-0 Thursday. They will welcome Kingman Tuesday, travel to Boulder Creek Thursday, and then have a rematch with Kingman Friday at Centennial Park in Kingman. Boy's Tennis: Deer Valley took down both Goldwater (8-1) and Valley Vista (9-0) to move their record to 5-0 this season. They will now travel to Kingman (Centennial Park) Tuesday and then face Boulder Creek Thursday at home. Boy's Volleyball: Mountain View (Mesa) shut down the Skyhawks Friday, 3-0. Up next will be Desert Vista Tuesday followed by Salpointe Wednesday, both at Deer Valley. The Skyhawks then travel to Sunrise Mountain Thursday. Ironwood High School Baseball: Coach Mike Holder's squad will face Cibola Tuesday, and then gear up for Deer Valley Thursday, both at home. They travel Friday to Kingman. Softball: The Eagles beat Kingman Friday, 13-2, for their first win of the season. Next, Ironwood will travel to Cibola Tuesday with a chance to even its record, which stands at 1-2. Girl's Tennis: Ironwood will face La Joya Tuesday and Sunrise Mountain Thursday. Boy's Tennis: The Eagles fell to Westview, 6-3, to move their record to 4-2 this season. They will face La Joya Tuesday on the road, and welcome Sunrise Mountain Thursday. Girl's Track: Corina Williams finished sixth in the triple jump at the Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School Saturday. Boy's Track: Eagles Nathan Coury and Kevin Kobashigawa earned ninth and 10th place, respectively, in the 3,200 meter run at the Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School Saturday. Boy's Volleyball: The Eagles face Mountain View (Marana) Monday (score unavailable at press time). They will face Brophy Prep Wednesday at home and Sandra Day O'Connor Thursday on the road. Mountain Ridge High School Baseball: The Mountain Lions fell short of Corona Del Sol in the Aztec Tournament, losing 5-4. Up next, they will head over to Deer Valley Tuesday and play host to Sunrise Mountain Thursday, before hitting the road once more to square off against Goldwater Friday. Softball: The Mountain Lion squad defeated Chandler 3-1 in the Sunblast Tournament Friday. They now gear up for three big games this week ? Tuesday at home against Deer Valley, Thursday at Sunrise Mountain, and back home Friday against Goldwater. Girl's Tennis: Ridge girls will travel to Encanto Park in Phoenix to face St. Mary's Wednesday, followed by Browne Thursday at home. Girl's Track: At Saturday's Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School, Andrea Menhenett won the 800 meter run, while her teammate Marina Trent finished tied for seventh. Kalina Lowe claimed top honors in the 200 meter dash and took home a second place finish in the 100 meter dash. The Mountain Lion 4x800 meter relay team (Christine Stevenson, Franki Catania, Nadya Bishton, and Nastia Bishton) earned a third place finish. Katelin Radosevich finished third in the 1,600 meter run. The Mountain Lion 4x100 meter relay team (Rachel Knudson, Lowe, Stevenson and Kelsey Cassillas) placed sixth. Nastia Bishton earned a second place finish in the 3.200 meter run. The Mountain Lion 4x400 meter relay team (Stevenson, Lowe, Jacki Williams and Radosevic) placed third. Knudson finished seventh in the triple jump. Boy's Track: At Saturday's Gatorade Invitation at Copper Canyon High School, Giorgio Giurdanella took home top honors in the 100 meter and 200 meter dashes. The Mountain Lion 4x800 meter relay team finished third at the Gatorade Invitational at Copper Canyon High School. Jordan Martin and Giacomo Cappelletti placed sixth and ninth, respectively, in the 1,600 meter run. Derek Delossantos finished sixth in the 800 meter run. The Mountain Lion 4x400 squad (Tobias Redmond, Brad Wood, Delossanto, Giurdanella) earned a second place finish. Tyler York finished second in the high jump. Langston Cavin placed fifth in the triple jump. Boy's Volleyball: The Mountain Lions will face Saint Mary's Tuesday and Notre Dame Thursday, both at home. Peoria High School Baseball: The Panthers hit the road to face Sunnyslope and Cactus Shadows, Tuesday and Thursday, respectively. Softball: The Panthers will face Sunnyslope Tuesday and Cactus Shadows Thursday, both at home. Girl's Tennis: Searching for its first win of the season, Peoria will face Liberty at Paseo Racquet Center (Glendale) Tuesday, and then travel to Cactus Thursday. Boy's Tennis: The Peoria boys squad will face Liberty on the road Tuesday and play Cactus Thursday at Paseo Racquet Center (Glendale) Thursday. Girl's Track: At the Paradise Valley Relays in Paradise Valley Friday, the Panther 4.800 meter relay squad placed second. Peoria's shuttle hurdle squad finished fifth. The 4x200 meter relay squad placed eleventh. The Panthers' 4x100 team finished eighth. Peoria's distance medley team placed ninth. The 800 sprint medley squad placed eighth. The 4x400 team placed 10th. The high jump relay team finished 16th. The shot put squad placed second. The Panther discus throwers finished seventh, 23rd and 24th respectively. Boy's Track: At the Paradise Valley Relays in Paradise Valley Friday, the Panthers' 4x800 meter relay squad earned a third place finish. The Panthers' 4x200 team finished seventh. Peoria's 4x100 meter relay team placed sixth. Peoria's distance medley team placed ninth. The 4x400 team earned a fifth place nod. The Panther high jump team placed fourth. The long jump relay squad finished with mixed results, placing fourth, 20th and 21st, respectively. The Panther shot put team finished seventh, 13th and 14th. Peoria's discus throwers finished fifth, seventh and 22nd. Peoria pole vaulters took home a fifth and 11th. Sunrise Mountain High School Baseball: The Mustangs ran their undefeated record to 7-0 at the Arizona Diamondback Tournament by defeating Douglas in the final game Friday, 13-1. In seven games, Sunrise Mountain has allowed just three runs. This week they head to Kofa Tuesday, and Mountain Ridge Thursday, before coming home Friday to face Hamilton. Softball: The Mustangs will test their 7-1 record against Kofa Tuesday at home and Mountain Ridge Thursday, also at home. They then hit the road Friday for Hamilton. Girl's Tennis: SMHS tennis squad will face Tolleson Tuesday on the road and then welcome Ironwood Thursday. Boy's Tennis: The Mustang squad will welcome Tolleson Tuesday before heading over to Ironwood Thursday. Girl's Track: At the Gatorade Invitational at Copper Canyon High School Saturday, Ayshia Gray blazed ahead for a first place finish in the 100 meter dash. The 4x100 squad (Gray, Tanya Fry, Zoe Jeffers and Breana Kee) took home a second place finish. The Mustangs 4x800 meter team (Mallory Yost, Joy Hulsey, Brittley Hilton and Claire Yost) finished fifth. Gray took home a fifth in the 400 meter dash. Mallory Yost finished 11th in the 3,200 meter run. Lindsey McKinney took home a third place finish in the pole vault. Jeffers finished fifth in the long jump, followed by McKinney who placed eighth. Fry finished fifth in the high jump. Boy's Track: At the Gatorade Invitational at Copper Canyon High School Saturday, Michael Bolligar took home top honors in the high jump. The Mustangs 4x800 meter team (Justin Manning, Frank Torrez, Sam Jones and Lucas Delcamp) finished fifth. The Mustangs' 4x100 team (Anthony Hooks, Alex Weathers, Alex Jimenez and Bolligar) earned a third place finish. Hooks earned a third place nod in the 400 meter dash. Jimenez claimed a third place finish in the 200 meter dash. Jeremy Givens fell just short in the long jump but earned a second place in the event. Boy's Volleyball: The 1-1 Mustangs will visit Tempe Tuesday, and then welcome Deer Valley Thursday.