Prep Football Roundup: Coal Ridge shuts out Pagosa Springs for homecoming win |

Prep Football Roundup: Coal Ridge shuts out Pagosa Springs for homecoming win

Paul Cloud Photography paulcloud.comCoal Ridge's Brooks Pressler blitzes the Pagosa Springs quarterback in the midst of an option pitch during Friday night's game in Peach Valley. Pressler and the Titans won on homecoming, 27-0.

Michael Shaw accounted for two touchdowns and Chris Contreras chipped in with two scores as Coal Ridge scored a 27-0 homecoming football win over visiting Pagosa Springs on Friday.

The win pushed the Titans to 4-1 overall and to 3-0 in the 2A Western Slope League, which puts them in a tie for first place with Bayfield.

“The defense did really well tonight,” Coal Ridge coach Kyle Sager said. “It was a great win for homecoming.”

Sager’s squad will travel to Bayfield next week.

Glenwood Springs made it two wins in a row with a 41-20 rout of Delta on Friday.

The Demons were locked in a battle through halftime, with the teams entering the third quarter in a 6-all tie.

But Glenwood then came alive.

Auston Tribble returned a kickoff 80 yards for a score to give Glenwood a 13-6 lead. Then, after Delta’s Zach Decker answered with a TD, Henry Hill busted loose for rushing scores measuring 53 and 50 yards.

Quarterback Travis Lundin followed with a pair of short TD runs and the Demons were off to the races. Lundin also ran for a score in the first half.

The Demons improved to 2-3 overall and leveled their 3A WSL record at 2-2.

Next up for Glenwood is a home date with Eagle Valley next week. Delta, now 3-2 overall and 2-1 in league play, will head to Montezuma-Cortez.

Paonia rolled to a 42-9 win over visiting Roaring Fork on Friday.

The win pushed the Eagles to 2-3 overall and 1-0 in the 1A WSL. The Rams dropped to 1-4 overall and 0-1 in league.

Next up for Roaring Fork is a visit from Cedaredge next week. Paonia will play at Meeker.

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