Prep hoops roundup: Moxley, Grett lift Rams to victory
Trae Moxley scored 25 points and Dakotah Grett finished with 17 as Roaring Fork’s boys basketball team defeated visiting Cedarege, 69-53, on Saturday.
Trent Reeds added 14 points and seven rebounds and Clay Gross had nine points and 11 assists.
Roaring Fork’s overall record now stands at 6-5. The Rams are 4-2 in 3A Western Slope League play.
Coal Ridge’s girls made it a 2-0 weekend with a 50-29 win at Hotchkiss on Saturday.
A night earlier, the Titans beat Gunnison, 36-19.
Paige Ryan scored 15 points to help Coal Ridge past Hotchkiss. Britni Allen, Ciara Chacon and Allie Ehlers added eight points apiece.
Coal Ridge improved to 6-5 overall and to 3-2 in the 3A WSL.
Alexis Westergren led Hotchkiss with nine points.
Coal Ridge’s boys dropped a road bout at Hotchkiss on Saturday, 52-33.
The Titans struggled shooting, hitting at a mere 3-for-30 clip on 3-pointers.
Cody Walls led Coal Ridge, now 3-8 overall and 2-3 in the 3A WSL, with 15 points. Tyler Guettler added eight points.
Jake Nugent’s 13 points helped Aspen’s boys to a 45-37 win over visiting Grand Valley on Saturday.
Austin Roark added 10 points for the Skiers, who won for the ninth straight time and improved to 9-2 overall and to 6-0 in the 3A WSL.
The loss dropped the Cardinals to 8-4 overall and to 4-2 in league play.
Bailey Everhart’s 27 points paced Aspen’s girls in a 60-51 win over visiting Grand Valley on Saturday.
The Skiers improved to 6-5 overall and to 3-3 in the 3A WSL with the win, while the Cardinals dipped to 7-4 overall and to 4-2 in league play.
Roaring Fork’s girls jumped out to a big lead early and never relented in a 63-45 win over visiting Cedaredge on Saturday.
The Rams, who rebounded from a 49-30 loss to Rifle on Friday, improved to 5-7 overall and to 4-2 in the 3A WSL with the win.
“The whole team played pretty well together,” Roaring Fork coach Kirk Cheney said. “We had a lot more hustle tonight.
“We’re learning all the time. We’re trying to get to the point where we understand how good we can be.”
Glenwood Springs’ girls doubled up visiting Battle Mountain on Friday, 54-27.
Delaney Gaddis scored 14 points to pace the Demons. Lexie Warkentin contributed 12 points and Kenzie Nelson-Buehler 11.
Glenwood, which outscored the Huskies 21-2 in the first quarter, improved to 14-3 overall and to 5-1 in the 4A WSL.
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