Demon spikers stay perfect |

Demon spikers stay perfect

CRAIG – The Glenwood Springs High School volleyball team stayed perfect with a 2-0 (15-3, 15-12) sweep of Class 4A Western Slope League foe Moffat County. It wasn’t exactly the performance head coach Michelle Guillot was looking for, however.

After bolting out to a one-game lead, Glenwood struggled with the pace of the match in the second game.

“We wanted to step up the level of play, but (Moffat) just kept slowing it down,” Guillot said. “We missed five serves that game and it just got real sloppy. Everything was sloppy on both sides. It wasn’t the type of game we like to play.”

The Demons fell behind 11-10 in the game, but rallied back for the 15-12 victory.

Amber Sutherland and Alicia Hays both reached double-digit kills and Carolyn Carver tallied three aces in the match. Bridget Roseman had a strong game passing the ball, according to Guillot.

Glenwood improves 2-0 in WSL (8-0 overall) and faces Rifle Tuesday at the Glenwood High School.

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