Flohr’s 10-point spurt lifts Demons over ‘Dogs
Sean Flohr scored 10 consecutive fourth-quarter points to lead the Glenwood Springs boys basketball team to a 60-50 victory and season sweep over visiting Moffat County Saturday night. The victory improved the Demons to 5-4 in the 4A Western Slope League (8-9 overall), while Moffat County drops to 2-8 (6-11).A tight game for the first three quarters, the Demons pulled away in the third, outscoring the Bulldogs 20-13.Glenwood hit on all 17 trips to the charity stripe, with 12 of the points coming in the fourth quarter.
Flohr finished with a game-high 22 points, while his brother, Michael, scored 11 while playing with a cast on his nonshooting hand. Evan Hertzog led Moffat with 13 points. Derek Duran scored 11.Glenwood hosts rival Rifle Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.•The Demons gave league-leading Steamboat Springs a scare on Friday night, but some clutch free-throw shooting in the fourth quarter sealed a 54-44 victory for the Sailors.After finishing three quarters knotted at 33-all, Cameron Burney hit all six of his fourth-quarter free throws to lead a 13-of-13 Steamboat performance from the charity stripe. Burney finished with a game-high 20 points.
The Sailors’ defense did a good job against Sean Flohr, who averages more than 21 points per game. Flohr finished with two field goals and 12 points. The Demons’ Ryan Forraker had a solid night with 12 points and Nathan Moore tallied 10 points.Demons girls can’t stop slideThe Glenwood Springs girls basketball team dropped its fifth consecutive game to Moffat County Saturday at Chavez-Spencer Gym.Nine different players scored in the 60-36 victory for the league-leading Bulldogs (10-0 Western Slope, 16-1 overall), led by 13 points for Brandie Telfer and 11 from Erin Robinson.
Moffat put the game away early, taking a 22-9 lead in the first quarter and never trailed thereafter. Sam Ciani paced Glenwood (3-6, 7-10) with 13 points. Kayla Kostur drained 25 points as the Sailors downed Glenwood 51-33 Friday night. The Demons got off to a slow start, with just two points in the first quarter and 10 in the first half, and never recovered. Emily Hauptli paced Glenwood with 18 points in the losing effort.Melinda Mawdsley of the Steamboat Pilot and Today contributed to this report.
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