Titans rout Rangely
Glenwood Springs, Colorado CO
Freshman Mariela Martinez had a hat trick and five other Titans scored goals as Coal Ridge’s girls soccer team rolled to an 8-0 win over visiting Rangely on Thursday.
Amanda Wenzel, Allie Ehlers, Alicia Hampton, Brittany Young and Aileen Vega all chipped in with goals for the Titans, who improved to 4-1-1 overall.
Coal Ridge was without a handful of starters due to injury and various other reasons.
Basalt held on for a 4-1 girls soccer win over visiting Grand Valley on Thursday.
The Longhorns scored four goals in a 10-minute span in the first half.
Kyra Chenoweth had Grand Valley’s lone goal.
Coal Ridge’s baseball team picked up a win and a half on Thursday, topping visiting Aspen, 19-9, in the front end of a twin bill and then taking an 8-1 lead into the third inning of the nightcap.
Darkness forced the suspension of the second game. The Titans had the bases loaded with one out at the time. The game will be finished at a later date.
Hunter Hasenberg led the offensive onslaught in the first game. He was 4 for 5 with four RBIs.
Trey Derby was 3 for 5 with a triple and two RBIs. Richie Winkler (2 for 5, double, two RBIs), Austin Pace (2 for 5, two doubles) and Ryan Blackard (1 for 5) also had big offensive days. Cameron Cotton knocked in the game-winning run in the fifth inning, putting the mercy rule into effect.
Pace was the winning pitcher.
In Game 2, Blackard and Pace each had doubles and Hasenberg belted a home run before the teams had to leave the field.
The Titans improved to 1-3.
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