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Prep Sports Roundup

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Rifle’s Danny Bartels shot a 77 to finish second behind only Aspen’s Clayton Crawford at Tuesday’s Skiers Invitational boys golf tournament, held at Aspen Golf Course.

Bartels’ 5-over-par score placed him just three strokes behind Crawford and helped the Bears to a sixth-place team finish.

Battle Mountain won the team title, combining on a 232. Aspen took second (238), Fruita Monument third (241), Steamboat Springs fourth (242) and Gunnison fifth (249).



Rifle followed with a 251 and Glenwood Springs nabbed seventh with a 258.

Kevin Flohr carded Glenwood’s top round, posting a seventh-place score of 79.



Doug Mikesell led Grand Valley with an 84.

Basalt took down host Grand Valley in volleyball on Tuesday, 25-14, 25-17, 23-25, 25-20.

Karsyn Valencia swatted 13 kills for the Cardinals, who dropped to 3-2 overall and to 2-1 in the 3A Western Slope League.

Jessica Bell added 11 kills and Jazmin McFarland bashed seven.

Tommy Adgate’s three goals lifted Colorado Rocky Mountain School to a 5-2 boys soccer win over visiting Vail Mountain on Tuesday.

Robin Ruddell and Young Jae Cho each added goals for the Oysters, who improved to 2-1 on the young season.

“It was a good game,” CRMS coach Dan Pittz said. “It’s one we certainly learned a lot from. We’re looking forward to moving forward with our season.”

Fernando Carreon’s hat trick lifted Rifle to a 5-4 win over visiting Grand Valley Tuesday afternoon.

Julio Aguirre and Frank Ruiz also found net for the Bears, who won for the first time this season.


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