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Glenwood soccer nets key win

League opponents seem to bring out the best in Glenwood Springs’ girls soccer team.Freshman Carly Stillman scored two goals, including the insurance score in the second half that gave the Demons to a 3-1 win at Delta County Tuesday.The win evened Glenwood’s overall record to 1-1 (1-0 Western Slope League) and gave the Demons a boost heading into next week’s key Class 4A WSL contest with Steamboat Springs.”Two games in, and here we go,” second-year coach Linda Lohman said of Tuesday’s showdown against the Sailors, No. 6 in Rocky Preps’ preseason 4A poll.”This was a win we needed to get,” Lohman said. Jacque Romero netted the game’s first goal in the first half on an assist from Emily Granato. Stillman scored her first goal later in the period to give the Demons a 2-0 halftime lead.Delta County, whose players come from Delta, Olathe and Paonia high schools, scored its only goal in the second half. Senior Jessica Boat and freshman Kelsie Hert shared the goalkeeping duties for the Demons.Panthers too much for Demons baseballThe Demons pounded out seven hits Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough offense against a potent Delta lineup that produced 16 base hits in a 18-3 league loss to the host Panthers.The loss dropped Glenwood’s record to 1-1 (0-1 Western Slope League).Senior Taylor Wilde and sophomore Beau Chicone both went 3-for-3 at the plate, with a double and an RBI each. Chicone, the game’s losing pitcher, also homered in the contest.Delta, in its season opener, zoomed out to a 9-0 lead in the first inning, then coasted the rest of the way until the game ended in the fifth because of the 10-run mercy rule.The Demons will play a nonleague game Thursday against Roaring Fork at Glenwood Springs Middle School.The Demons will play a nonleague game Thursday against Roaring Fork at Glenwood Springs Middle School.


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