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Two-point third quarter trips up Rams

Post Independent staff report
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Roaring Fork’s boys basketball team couldn’t recover from a third quarter in which it scored just two points in a 49-43 loss to Steamboat Springs in the Brenda Patch Tournament on Friday.

Jake Strack-Loertscher led the tourney-host Rams (1-1) with 18 points in a losing effort. Trae Moxley added 10 points and eight rebounds. Jose Vega grabbed six boards.

Roaring Fork had a 29-25 lead at halftime, but the Sailors held the Rams to just those two points in the third to take a 35-31 lead. They never relinquished the lead in the fourth quarter.



“It was a few little things,” Roaring Fork coach Larry Williams said. “Not blocking out here or there, missing too many bunnies in the lane, occasionally losing our man on defense. That was the difference.”

Roaring Fork is now done with the Brenda Patch Tournament. Steamboat Springs faces Basalt today at 1 p.m.



Steamboat Springs scored a 54-29 win over Roaring Fork in girls play on Friday.

The loss dropped the Rams to 0-2.

Steamboat finishes the Brenda Patch Tournament against Basalt today at 11:30 a.m.

Glenwood Springs rolled to a 75-48 boys basketball win over Basalt in the Brenda Patch Tournament on Friday.

Kevin Flohr poured in 27 points for the Demons (1-1). Kenneth Madrid chipped in with 12 points, Mike McGraw 11, Collin Porterfield 10 and Kellin Casey seven.

Kenzie Kuhn’s 20 points helped Glenwood to a 55-32 rout of Basalt at the Brenda Patch Tournament on Friday.

Lexie Warkentin contributed 10 points for the Demons (2-0). McKenzie Nelson-Buehler added nine points and Hannah McDermott scored six.

The Demons jumped out to a 21-0 lead right out of the gate.


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