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PHOTOS: Fall high school sports underway in Glenwood Springs

Glenwood Springs Demon Erick Cordero battles to gain possession of the ball during a game against the Summit High School Tigers last week.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Christopher Portillo jumps to trap the 50/50 ball during a game against Summit High School last week.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Gael Mondragon fights to keep possession of the ball during last week’s game against the Summit High School Tigers.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Siri Henderson leaps to spike the ball during Friday’s game against the Basalt Longhorns at the Glenwood Springs Demon Volleyball Invitational.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Bailey Winder celebrates with her teammates after a play during Friday’s game against the Basalt Longhorns at the Glenwood Springs Demon Volleyball Invitational.
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Two Glenwood Springs Demons jump at the net in an attempt to block the ball during Friday’s game against the Basalt Longhorns at the Glenwood Springs Demon Volleyball Invitational.
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Glenwood Springs Demon Tyson Kochevar leaps to make an interception during Friday’s night’s game against the Conifer Lobos.
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Glenwood Springs High School quarterback Joaquin Sandoval looks for an open receiver during Friday night’s home game against the Conifer Lobos at Stuber Memorial Field.
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The Glenwood Springs Demons line up on the sideline before the start of Friday’s game against the Conifer High School Lobos.
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