Coal Ridge girls crush visiting Aspen; Rams fall to Cowboys
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PEACH VALLEY, Colorado – Ashlie Bowles scored 13 points and Sam Wilson had 11 as Coal Ridge’s girls topped visiting Aspen, 50-30, on Saturday.
The Titans outscored the Skiers 25-12 in the second half to finish the regular season with a 10-9 overall record and 9-7 mark in the 3A Western Slope League.
GUNNISON, Colorado -Roaring Fork’s girls traveled all the way to Gunnison to close out the regular season on Saturday, and they’ll do it again on Monday.
The Rams, beaten 58-30 by the Cowboys, will head back to Gunnison for a district tournament pigtail game between the 3A WSL’s eighth- and ninth-place teams. The winner faces league champion Olathe in the first round of the district tournament.
Alli Zeigel scored 13 points to lead Roaring Fork on Saturday.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – Glenwood Springs’ boys basketball team outgunned visiting Delta 78-70 on Friday to finish up 4A WSL play with a perfect record.
The Demons, who will learn their bracket placement in the 48-team 4A state playoffs today, are 14-0 in league and 18-5 overall.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado -Glenwood’s girls topped Delta 54-44 on Friday to finish up their regular season with a 12-10 record.
The Demons will learn their playoff fate when the Colorado High School Activities Association releases the 4A bracket today.
CEDAREDGE, Colorado – Tori Verdieck’s 20 points weren’t enough to lift Coal Ridge’s girls past Cedaredge on Friday.
Outscoring the visiting Titans 18-14 in the fourth quarter, Cedaredge eked out a 50-48 win.
Brianna Rhodes and Chasity Gonzales scored seven points apiece for Coal Ridge.
CEDAREDGE, Colorado – Coal Ridge’s boys dropped a heartbreaker at Cedaredge, too, emerging on the wrong end of a 64-63 score on Friday.
Nathan Terrin scored 22 points to lead the Titans. Andy Smedra finished with 15 points, Rafael Fabela 11 and Tyler Guettler 10.
CARBONDALE, Colorado – Grand Valley’s boys scored a 66-57 win at Roaring Fork on Friday to level their 3A WSL record at 8-8.
The Cardinals are now 11-8 overall.
Next up for both teams is the forthcoming week’s district tournament.
CARBONDALE, Colorado – Grand Valley’s girls closed out the regular season with a 60-42 win at Roaring Fork on Friday.
The Cardinals, 16-3 overall and 13-3 in the 3A WSL, got 15 points from Shawnee Young, 14 from Tiffany Waugh and 13 from Erin Vanderpool.
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