Flohr’s FTs lift GSHS
Sean Flohr is known in the 4A Western Slope League for winning games with his prowess from beyond the arc.While he hit a couple three-pointers Saturday night, he did the most damage at the charity stripe. The senior was a perfect 14-for-14 from the line as the Demons downed rival Rifle 62-52 in the third-place game at the Boys Western Slope League Tournament in Craig.After battling to an 18-all tie in the first quarter, the Demons, buoyed by six points from Ryan Foraker, outscored the Bears 17-11 in the second quarter to take control of the game.Flohr had only two field goals in the second half, but scored 14 of his game-high 26 points after the intermission. Foraker finished with 14 points, including a 6-for-8 showing from the line and Chris Benson hit double figures with 11 points.Adam Krick paced Rifle with 24 points, and Brandon Leuallen netted 11 points in the loss.Both teams won their Friday night games before falling in the semifinal round Saturday. Glenwood edged Eagle Valley, 50-49, on Friday, while the Bears had no problem getting by Battle Mountain, 56-38.In the semifinals, host Moffat County got out to a 19-7 lead in the first quarter, and the Demons never recovered. Flohr finished with 24 points in the game – including another perfect performance from the line (6-for-6) – but Glenwood was only able to muster a single basket in a two-point third quarter. Rifle lost in the semifinals, 58-49, to Steamboat Springs. Stuart Stapleton and Leuallen each scored 12 to lead the Bears.Glenwood moves to 3-5 overall on the season, while the Bears are now 4-3.Glenwood and Rifle will face off again after break when league play starts on Jan. 8 at Rifle High School.
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