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Demons’ league title hopes take a hit

Glenwood Springs senior Cassidy Gaddis goes up for a shot while being defended by Moffat County senior Melissa Camilletti on Tuesday in a 44-37 loss to the Bulldogs.
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Glenwood Springs’ 4A Western Slope League girls basketball title hopes were dealt a severe blow in Craig on Tuesday.

Getting off to a slow start, the Demons were downed by host Moffat County, 44-37.

Delaney Gaddis led Glenwood, now 18-4 overall and 9-2 in league play, with 12 points.



Kenzie Nelson-Buehler finished with 10 and Lexie Warkentin seven as the Demons dropped into a virtual three-way tie atop the standings with Moffat County and Delta. All three teams have two league losses.

Makayla Camilletti’s 13 points led Moffat County (16-6 overall, 9-2 in the 4A WSL).



Glenwood finishes out the regular season at home against Eagle Valley on Friday.

Glenwood’s boys fared no better in Craig, losing to the host Bulldogs, 78-56.

Mike McGraw led the Demons, now 10-12 overall and 4-7 in the 4A WSL, with 22 points. Randy Burbidge scored 13 and Kellin Casey finished with eight.

Tyler Hildebrandt led Moffat County (6-14, 3-8) with 20 points.


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