Area Sports Briefs
Ice Queens remain unbeatenThe Glenwood Springs Ice Queens earned a tie and a victory last weekend in Women’s Association of Colorado Hockey action.Amanda Stephens scored both goals for Glenwood off assists from Amy Fetterhoff as the Ice Queens played Vail Twin Peaks to a 2-all overtime tie at Dobson Arena in Vail. Glenwood’s Lisa Hartert was also credited with an assist. Glenwood goalie Carol Bruno finished with 30 saves, while Vail keeper Willow Murphy had 28.On Saturday, Erin Ray notched two goals and an assist to lead the Ice Queens to a 4-3 victory over the Steamboat Storm at the Glenwood Community Center rink. Susie Demers and Liz Kulwiec also scored, with Janet Tharp and Fetterhoff notching assists in the game. Bruno earned the win in goal despite the Storm holding a 22-15 advantage in shots on goal.Glenwood improves to 3-0-1 on the season and travels to Steamboat Saturday for a rematch with the Storm at 8:45 p.m.GSHS Cheerleaders to be honored WednesdayGlenwood Springs High School will hold a rally for the state champion cheerleading team Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Chavez Spencer Gym. The rally will feature the trophy presentation and the spirit squad will do the routine that led to the Demons’ third consecutive Class 4A state title.The public is welcome to attend.Aspen Rec. adult basketball meeting slated TuesdayA meeting will be held at 7 p.m. today at the Aspen High School Skier Dome for those interested in recreational basketball this winter. Drop-in basketball will be available after the meeting.Information: 920-5140.CorrectionSenior Jenn Swanson was one of four upperclassmen to compete on the Glenwood Springs High School spirit squad when it won the Class 4A state championship Saturday. Incorrect information appeared in Monday’s paper.
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