Prep Sports Roundup
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Coal Ridge’s volleyball squad won a pair of Saturday matches, topping both Hotchkiss and Cedaredge in three games.
The Titans defeated Hotchkiss by game counts of 25-10, 25-17 and 25-12 and beat Cedaredge by scores of 25-15, 25-14 and 26-24.
Grand Valley’s boys soccer team dropped both of its Saturday games at the Lake County Invitational.
Senior forward Alfredo Vicencio scored 30 seconds into a 2-1 loss to Denver Science and Technology. Vicencio’s goal was set up by a through ball from junior midfielder Luis Vicencio.
After that, as Cardinals coach Eric Sarno put it, “the wheels fell off and we ran out of gas.”
Senior goalkeeper Artemio Baltazar made eight saves for Grand Valley.
“I was very pleased with the strong start compared to the Center match [on Friday] and the fact we again created several chances on goal,” Sarno said.
In a 5-0 loss to Lake County later on Saturday, not much went well for the Cardinals.
“[Lake County was a] solid and organized team that pressed from the opening whistle,” Sarno said. “I wasn’t overly impressed with our play and intensity … the boys’ legs were dead.”
Baltazar made six saves for Grand Valley.
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