Coal Ridge falls to Cedaredge, 21-8
Coal Ridge’s Evan Wagstrom recovered two fumbles and returned one for a touchdown, but it wasn’t enough to beat Cedaredge as the Titans fell 21-8 Friday in a Class 2A Western Slope Conference football game in Peach Valley.Kevin Laidlaw and Tyler Williams also recovered fumbles for Coal Ridge (0-3 overall, 0-1 WSL) in another game highlighted by the Titan defense. Williams led the team with six tackles and six assists, while Josh Alsop added another five tackles and six assists.On offense, Coal Ridge quarterback Keenan Grumley went 3-for-5 for 34 yards and David Anderson also threw one completion for 32 yards. Grumley was more efficient on the ground, rushing for 121 yards on 18 attempts. Alsop carried the ball 16 times for 50 yards. Williams pulled in two receptions for 48 yards and Brady Gasaway caught two passes, totaling 18 yards.Up next, Coal Ridge will host Olathe on Friday at 7 p.m.Rain postpones GSHS soccer gameThe Glenwood Springs-Steamboat Springs boys soccer game scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday morning was postponed due to rain. Although the sun was shining at game time, the decision was made at 6:30 a.m. when rain was still steadily falling.”Steamboat had to leave by 7 in the morning, so that decision had to be made early before they left,” said Glenwood Athletic Director Steve Cable.A date for the rescheduled game has not been announced.Glenwood’s Skate, Rate and Relate competition canceledWith large amounts of rain dumping onto Glenwood’s skate park late Friday and early Saturday morning, the Skate, Rate and Relate competition was canceled. No further information was available as to if the event would be rescheduled.
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