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Prep Basketball Roundup: Demon girls destroy Central

Mark Moore Special to the Post IndependentGlenwood Springs girls basketball head coach Bryan Derby instructs Delaney Gaddis (24) and Taylor Kontour (11) during Tuesday night's action in Grand Junction. The Demons won big at Grand Junction Central, outgunning the Warriors, 82-25. McKenzie Nelson-Buehler's 25 points led the Demons. Gaddis finished with 16 points and Lexie Warkentin had 15. Glenwood's boys beat Central, 52-49. Collin Porterfield's 17 points led the way. Kellin Casey added 14 points and Mike McGraw chipped in with 10. Elsewhere on Tuesday, Coal Ridge's basketball teams swept Battle Mountain in Edwards. The boys won, 41-33, and the girls prevailed, 50-34. McCade Cox's 20 points led the Titan boys. Darik Brown had 13 points. Ciara Chacon paced the girls with 16 points. Brittney Allen had nine points, Mariela Martinez eight and Paige Ryan six. Rifle's boys bested Grand Valley, 67-62, while the Cardinals girls topped the Bears, 58-53.
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Glenwood Springs’ girls basketball team won big at Grand Junction Central on Tuesday, outgunning the Warriors, 82-25. McKenzie Nelson-Buehler’s 25 points led the Demons. Gaddis finished with 16 points and Lexie Warkentin had 15. Glenwood’s boys beat Central, 52-49. Collin Porterfield’s 17 points led the way. Kellin Casey added 14 points and Mike McGraw chipped in with 10.

Elsewhere on Tuesday, Coal Ridge’s basketball teams swept Battle Mountain in Edwards. The boys won, 41-33, and the girls prevailed, 50-34. McCade Cox’s 20 points led the Titan boys. Darik Brown had 13 points. Ciara Chacon paced the girls with 16 points. Britni Allen had nine points, Mariela Martinez eight and Paige Ryan six.

Rifle’s boys bested Grand Valley, 67-62, on Tuesday, while the Cardinal girls topped the Bears, 58-53.


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