Bryan sets new school mark in 1,600
The Cardinals raced to success at the Grand Valley Invitational on Wednesday, breaking one school record and posting 23 personal bests.”It was a raging success for us,” said head coach Jason Arthur.Katie Bryan won the girls 1,600-meter run and also set a new Grand Valley record with a time of 5 minutes, 45.87 seconds. She also won the 3,200 in 12:50.16.Grand Valley’s 800 sprint medley team of Natasha Segreto, Emily Adkins, Dayna Rodgers and Bryan also finished first in a time of 1:58.06. Adkins also took third in the 100 and 400-meter dash, On the boys side, Cardinal Sam McKinley raced to a wins in the 100-meter dash (11.29) and 200 (23.67). Jonathan Thompson placed second in the 800-meter run by racing it in a time of 2:15.91, took second in the 1,600 with a time of 4:56.37 and was runner-up in the 3,200 with a time of 11:24.22.Colton Cowan finished No. 2 in the 110 hurdles in 17.65 and the 300 hurdles in 45.12. Cowan was also part of the second-place 4X100 relay team with teammates Jeff Birrer, William Waugh and McKinley.Nicole Bendetti of Rifle took top honors in the 100 hurdles, winning in a time of 18.03 and also won the 300 hurdles in 51.35. Bendetti also finished second in the long jump.Coal Ridge tops CRMSThe Coal Ridge Titans girls soccer team rolled to another victory on Thursday, defeating Colorado Rocky Mountain School 2-0.Erica Ruiz scored the first goal, her fifth of the season, and Brianna Smith scored her second goal of the year to secure the victory.Titan goalkeeper Vanessa Hinojos made two saves and recorded her fifth shutout of the season.Coal Ridge plays its final game of the season Monday at Rangely. CRMS will have a week off before its hosts Roaring Fork on May 1.Glenwood golfers post season’s highest finish With all three golfers scoring under 100, the Glenwood Springs girls golf team played its best round this season, taking second at the Montrose Invitational at Black Canyon Golf Course.Lisa Richards led the way, shooting a Demon-best 91. Emily Hauptli recorded a 98, followed by teammate Maggie Becker at 99.”It’s a first to come in this high at a tournament this season and to have all of our players come in under 100,” Glenwood head coach Kathy Whiting said.The Demons will be back on the links Friday at the Aspen Invitational.
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