Demons beat Eagle Valley for first lacrosse win
GYPSUM, Colorado Cole Kloster scored three goals and Drew Wagner and Dru Avery each scored two as Glenwood Springs scored a 10-5 boys lacrosse win at Eagle Valley on Tuesday.The win was the first at the varsity level for the Demons, who made the jump from club ball this season.Trey Fox, Tyler Thulson and Drew Halsch all added goals for Glenwood, now 1-7 overall.The Demons host Battle Mountain Thursday, Durango Friday and then travel to Junction to take on the Grand Valley Lightning on Saturday.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado Holly Brown scored four goals to lead Glenwood Springs to a 5-2 girls soccer win over visiting Delta on Tuesday.She had an incredible night, Demons coach Bryan Stoltzfus said. Michaela Mansfield also scored for the Demons, now 7-1-0 overall. Both Brown and Mansfield are freshmen.Glenwood plays host to Battle Mountain at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
VAIL, Colorado Kourtney Mitchell and Sydney Wright each scored two goals as Coal Ridge rolled to an 8-0 girls soccer win at Vail Christian on Monday.Audrey Asplund, Drew Simonson, Erica Ruiz and Chelsie Ryan all added goals for the Titans, now 6-0-1 overall and 5-0-1 in the 3A Western Slope League. Alicia Cokley finished with two assists and Kelly Romero, Ashlie Bowles, Carly Cloninger, Simonson and Ryan all added helpers.Coal Ridge hosts Rangely on Friday.
HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colorado A day after scoring 44 runs and smacking 36 hits in a doubleheader sweep of visiting Battle Mountain, Glenwood Springs was served a helping of humble pie in an 11-1 baseball loss at Valor Christian.We just played a team that outplayed us in every aspect of the game, Demons coach Eric Nieslanik said. They just play at a level were working to get at.Patrick Hailey hit a home run for Glenwood, which made the trip to Highlands Ranch for the game.A day earlier, Matt Seaver and Matt Snyder pitched complete games to help the Demons to 14-4 and 30-1 wins over Battle Mountain.Glenwood is now 8-5 overall and 6-3 in the 4A Western Slope League and will host Delta in a doubleheader on Saturday.
MONTROSE, Colorado The Glenwood Springs girls golf team came up big at Montroses Cobble Creek Golf Course on Monday, beating out the likes of Grand Junction Central and Fruita Monument for the team title at a Montrose High School-hosted tournament.Led by Michelle Stripps tourney-leading 83, the Demons combined for a team score of 259. Tasha Derby shot an 87, followed by Kelsey Warkentin with an 89 and Haley Peterson with a 94.Cobble Creek will be the site of the May 5 Western Regional tournament.Next up for the Demons is their home tournament at Glenwood Springs Golf Club. Theyll hit the links at The Hill on Thursday. The tourney was originally scheduled for April 6, but was postponed due to inclement weather.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado Six event wins helped Glenwood Springs track and field squad to a girls team triumph at Mondays Ned Pollert Freshman-Sophomore Invitational in Grand Junction.Madi Goodstein (100-meter hurdles, 17.66 seconds), Jolie Dubois (100, 12.73), Kristy Moore (300 hurdles, 47.56) and Allison Brown (200, 28.11) all won events for the Demons. Glenwoods girls 800 medley relay (1:55.08) and its 4×100 relay (51.48) also recorded wins.Ryan Buchanan took second in two events for the boys (400, 53.75; 3,200, 11:39.2). Chad Montover (41-5) claimed second in the shot put.
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