Prep Sports Roundup: Glenwood swimmers the ride waves to victory
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
ASPEN, Colorado – Jessica Tuttle finished first in the 100-yard breaststroke, and Glenwood Springs High School’s girls swim team had a pair of wins in the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays, helping the Demons finish first in a three-team meet Saturday morning.
Tuttle took the victory in the 100 breaststroke in 1 minute, 19.23 seconds, eclipsing the second-place finish of teammate Rebecca Carcaterra (1:21.00) by nearly two seconds. The Demons’ 200 medley relay won in 2:05.51, and their 400 free relay squad won handily in 4:01.97.
Glenwood scored 72 points as a team to beat Aspen (53) and Montezuma-Cortez (41).
Claire Collier of Aspen took two individual events, winning the 50 freestyle in 25.80 seconds and the 100 butterfly in 1:02.04. Kelsie Gerson also had a pair of first-place finishes, taking first in the 100 backstroke (1:04.21) and 200 freestyle (2:12.37).
Glenwood took four of the next five places in the 100 backstroke. Hannah Peterson took second in 1:06.77, followed by Hannah Grumley, Kierra Klakewich, Ashley Roper, Sera King of Montezuma-Cortez and Lily Thorsen of Glenwood. Grumley was second for Glenwood in the 100 butterfly, and Carcaterra also took second in the 200 freestyle.
PARACHUTE, Colorado – Kori Finneman and Lisa Camilletti each scored a game-high 13 points for Moffat County’s girls basketball team, and the Bulldogs raced to a big halftime lead on their way to a 57-37 win over Grand Valley on Saturday.
Makayla Camilletti added 11 points for the Bulldogs (9-3 overall, 8-1 Class 3A Western Slope League play), who raced ahead 32-17 at halftime and never looked back. Kylee Elgin chipped in 10 for Moffat County, which is tied now tied with Olathe (10-2, 8-1) for first place in the league standings with the victory.
Haley Johnson scored eight points and Tarianna Lawrence added seven to pace Grand Valley (8-4, 6-3), which dropped into fourth place in the league standings with the loss behind Roaring Fork (7-5, 7-2).
Grand Valley continues league play Tuesday at home against Aspen.
PARACHUTE, Colorado – Tyler Scott had 12 points and 17 rebounds to pace the Grand Valley boys, but Moffat County pulled away from the Cardinals on foul shots in the Bulldogs’ 51-46 victory.
Trent Reidle added 17 points and Wyatt Hurst chipped in 11 for the Cardinals (1-11, 1-8), who host Aspen on Tuesday.
PEACH VALLEY, Colorado – Paige Ryan had 16 points and Amanda Wenzel added nine for the Coal Ridge girls Friday night, but Moffat County rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit for a 54-46 victory.
Kori Finneman had 15 points and Kylee Ellgen and Lisa Camilletti each added 13 for the Bulldogs, who dug themselves out of a 29-18 halftime hole.
Coal Ridge (5-7 overall, 4-5 league) will host first-place Olathe on Tuesday.
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