Demons win three of four at Summit |

Demons win three of four at Summit

Glenwood Springs strung together a solid run at Saturday’s Summit High School-hosted volleyball tournament.

The Demons defeated Denver North (25-8, 25-8), Battle Mountain (24-26, 25-17, 15-3) and Wheat Ridge (25-20, 25-22, 25-15) and lost to Middle Park (25-23, 23-25, 15-11).

Against Denver North, Kenzie Nelson-Buehler and Mikaela Richardson blasted five kills apiece. Delaney Gaddis finished with 16 assists, and Rachel Rosenberg racked up 16 digs.

Richardson and Laura McDermott tallied eight kills apiece against Battle Mountain, while Jenna Pearce added six. Gaddis ended up with 22 assists and Taylor Kontour had 11 digs.

Versus Middle Park, Jenna Pearce’s 11 kills led the Demons. Gaddis had 16 assists and Kontour 19 digs.

Gaddis led Glenwood with 10 kills, 19 assists and 29 digs against Wheat Ridge. Kontour chipped in with eight kills. Rosenberg (19), Richardson (14) and Rachel Orosz (10) also had substantial dig totals.

The 3-1 weekend pushed the Demons to 14-6 overall on the season. They’ll head right back to Summit on Tuesday for a 4A Western Slope League match and will close out the regular season at home against Delta on Thursday.

Grand Valley’s volleyball team lost to Cedaredge in four games on Saturday.

The visiting Bruins won by game counts of 25-16, 25-16, 19-25 and 25-21.

Kyra Chenoweth’s 10 kills paced the Cardinals, who dropped to 6-13 and to 3-6 in the 3A WSL. Jori Dovey and Jordan Scott added seven kills apiece and Lyndsey Anderson finished with six.

Chenoweth also had five service aces and Tarianna Lawrence racked up 27 assists.

Grand Valley is done until Friday and Saturday’s 3A WSL tournament, which will take place at Grand Junction Central.

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