Flohr’s 32 lead Glenwood to win over Delta, 86-82
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Behind 32 points from Kevin Flohr, Glenwood Springs held on for an 86-82 boys basketball win at Delta on Friday.
“It was an up-and-down, high-energy game,” Demons coach Cory Hitchcock said. “The kids gave 100 percent. They worked hard.”
Willy Pelland added 16 points for Glenwood, now 10-3 overall and 3-0 in the 4A Western Slope League. Mike McGraw scored 13, Nick Ciani 10, Collin Porterfield eight and Kellin Casey seven.
The Demons host Palisade today at 2 p.m.
Kenzie Kuhn’s 25 points weren’t enough to lift Glenwood’s girls to a win at Delta on Friday.
Behind a strong second half, the host Panthers scored a 64-48 win over the Demons.
“Man, these girls just did not come out to play tonight,” Glenwood coach Bryan Derby said. “I know it happens, but it’s just not fun.”
Cassidy Gaddis finished with nine points for Derby’s squad, which dropped to 11-2 overall and to 2-1 in the 4A WSL. The Demons have now dropped two straight after an 11-0 start.
“I understand this is a two-game losing streak,” Derby said, “but, you know, this team has something in them. They’ll come out ready to play [today].”
Glenwood hosts Palisade today at 12:30 p.m.
Behind 16 points from Jamie Matherly and 10 from Stephanie Alvarado, Basalt hung on for a 39-24 win over visiting Roaring Fork on Friday.
“We struggled mightily in the second quarter, failing to score a point,” Rams coach Justin Perdue said. “We just couldn’t dig out of that hole the rest of the way.”
Hattie Gianinetti led Perdue’s squad with 10 points. Twin sister Megan Gianinetti scored five.
Roaring Fork (0-9) hosts Coal Ridge today at 2:30 p.m.
Olathe hung on for a 52-37 win over visiting Grand Valley on Friday.
Amelia Sudick led the Cardinals (1-7) with 10 points in a losing effort. Shawnee Young chipped in with nine points and Jessica Bell scored seven.
Grand Valley travels to Basalt for a game at 2:30 p.m. this afternoon.
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