Demons demolish Bulldogs |

Demons demolish Bulldogs

Seven different players scored goals as Glenwood Springs pummeled visiting Moffat County, 8-1, in girls soccer play on Monday.

Michaela Mansfield’s two goals led the way for the Demons, who upped their record to 3-0 on the season.

Hannah McDermott, Diana Banks, Lily McSwain, Corey Gera, Jackie Knott and Mariah Martin also found net for Glenwood.

Mansfield finished with a pair of assists. Holly Brown and Gera also had assists.

A snowy field halted the game at halftime, but Coal Ridge still emerged with a 2-0 girls soccer win at Eagle Valley on Tuesday.

Melessa Starbuck and Paige Ryan scored goals for the Titans, who improved to 4-1 overall. Ryan and Kelsey Fauser both had assists.

The win was the second in as many days for Coal Ridge, which topped Aspen, 4-2, on Monday.

Alicia Cokley, Ryan, Fauser and Allie Ehlers all scored goals for the Titans against the visiting Skiers.

Cokley had two assists. Carly Cloninger and Ashlie Bowles also had helpers and goalkeeper Ciara Chacon made eight saves.

Tuesday’s girls soccer showdown between Roaring Fork and visiting Basalt was postponed due to weather-related issues.

The schools will attempt to make up the game today at 4 p.m.

Racking up 35 runs, Cedaredge’s baseball squad swept host Coal Ridge in a Monday doubleheader.

The Bruins won by counts of 23-7 and 12-0, dropping the Titans to 0-3 on the young season.

Glenwood Springs’ Tuesday baseball game against visiting Coal Ridge was postponed. The schools will attempt to make the game up today at 4 p.m.

Elsewhere on the diamond, Roaring Fork had to postpone its Tuesday home meeting with Basalt. The school will attempt to make up the game today at 4 p.m. – if the weather cooperates.

Taylor Walters carded an 88 to lift Rifle’s girls golf team to a fourth-place finish at Monday’s Fruita Monument Invitational.

The Bears’ Kieryn Wurtz-Hammond shot a 95, Allison Powell a 104 and Alyx Carter a 110 at Adobe Creek Golf Course.

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