Prep Sports Roundup: Roaring Fork rolls past Skiers in volleyball
Hattie Gianinetti smashed 11 kills and had seven digs and her twin sister, Megan Gianinetti, finished with nine kills as Roaring Fork’s volleyball team rolled to a 25-12, 25-17, 25-14 win at Aspen on Tuesday.
Caitlin Kinney had five aces as part of a 16-ace night for the Rams’ service attack. Kinney also had eight digs as Roaring Fork improved to 9-1 overall.
Basalt scored eight goals in the first half, rolling to a 13-3 win over visiting Grand Valley in boys soccer action on Tuesday.
The Cardinals dropped to 1-7 with the loss, while the Longhorns improved to 3-3.
“That was a solid team,” Grand Valley coach Eric Sarno said. “Basalt did whatever they wanted whenever they wanted. It looked like a training session. They didn’t even break a sweat. All credit goes to them.”
Will Hinkle had two goals and an assist for the Cardinals. Luis Vicencio added a goal and Francisco Vicencio provided a spark in the midfield.
Coal Ridge’s offensive firepower proved too much for Delta on Tuesday.
Jorge Hernandez’s three goals and one assist paced the Titans in their 7-1 boys soccer win over the visiting Panthers.
Enrique Bucio and Edgar Enriquez each had two assists and Armando Sanchez, Lalo Rodriguez, Raymundo Bencomo and Enriquez scored goals for Coal Ridge, which improved to 5-0 overall.
Samantha Patterson went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and Emma Speer drove in four runs with a pair of doubles to lead the Bears to a 13-4 victory over Delta at Deerfield Park on Tuesday.
Patterson’s two-run double in the second inning resulted in a 7-3 lead for the Bears (8-4-1 overall), who opened the game with a five-run first inning. Speer had two-run doubles in both the first and fifth innings.
Katlyn Davis finished 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles to lead the Panthers.
Battle Mountain scored early and often in its 9-3 Class 4A Western Slope League triumph over the Rifle boys soccer team on Tuesday, jumping to a 5-0 lead by halftime.
Marco Gutierrez scored both of his goals in the second half and Miguel Navarro also found the net for the Bears in the final 40 minutes.
Lalo Clemente scored two goals and Enrique Abarca, Ben Carpenter, Jack Fisher, Israel Levya and Dakotah Grett all found net as Roaring Fork defeated visiting Colorado Rocky Mountain School in soccer on Monday, 7-0.
Misael Ramos had two assists and Abarca and Aaron Palomera chipped in with one apiece for the Rams.
On Tuesday, Roaring Fork defeated visiting Vail Mountain, 6-2. Goal scorers were not available at press time.
The Rams’ season record now stands at 4-1.
Grand Valley’s Tuesday match at Meeker was postponed to Oct. 18 because Meeker did not have a facility available in which to play the match.
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