Prep Sports Roundup: Cards fall to Bulldogs in soccer |

Prep Sports Roundup: Cards fall to Bulldogs in soccer

Hotchkiss scored in the third minute and didn’t look back in a 4-0 boys soccer win over Grand Valley on Tuesday.

“They didn’t do anything special,” Cardinals coach Eric Sarno said. “They were organized, moved the ball well and capitalized on our mistakes. We settled down and played better in the second half.”

Grand Valley junior Luis Vicencio played well at midfield, smacking the crossbar with a shot in the second half and creating a few other opportunities.

The Cardinals, who dropped to 1-13 overall, close out their season at home against Roaring Fork today.

Roaring Fork’s volleyball team survived a scare at Aspen on Tuesday, holding off the Skiers in five games (25-15, 25-10, 30-32, 22-25, 15-7).

Hattie Gianinetti paced the Rams with 21 kills and 25 digs. Her twin sister, Megan, contributed 16 kills and 17 digs in victory.

Madison Handy amassed nine kills and 14 digs and Taylor Adams had 45 assists and 11 digs for Roaring Fork, which improved to 13-4 overall and to 13-3 in the 3A Western Slope League.

On deck for the Rams is a home meeting with Grand Valley tonight and a trip to Basalt on Saturday.

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