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