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Glenwood’s great eight foe earns 4A girls title

BOULDER, Colorado ” A team Glenwood Springs’ girls are all too familiar with polished off its third straight Class 4A girls title with a 49-47 win over Mullen at the University of Colorado on Friday.

Four free throws by Alex Biegner in the game’s waning moments sealed yet another title for Broomfield.

Six-foot-6-inch post Anna Prins scored 15 points to lead the 28-0 Eagles, who have eliminated the Demons from the playoffs in the Great Eight round in each of the last two seasons.



Broomfield ended Glenwood’s season last Saturday, dealing the Demons a 78-40 defeat at Metro State College in Denver.

FORT COLLINS, Colorado ” Deron Rindels’ rebound putback with less than two seconds remaining gave Faith Christian its second consecutive 3A boys basketball state title with a 64-62 win over Peyton on Saturday.



The Eagles recovered from a 19-4 first-quarter deficit and a 62-56 fourth-quarter hole to win it all at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

Riley Grabau led the Eagles (26-1) with 15 points and Peyton’s Brett Green finished with 36 points.

Aspen, the only Western Slope League boys school left standing in the tournament, lost to Yuma 48-39 in Saturday’s consolation final.

Holy Family defeated Estes Park 48-43 to win the 3A girls title.

BOULDER, Colorado ” Sierra overcame an 18-point halftime deficit to clip previously undefeated Pueblo South 52-51 in Saturday’s Class 4A boys state title game at the University of Colorado.

The lead reached as high as 20 points during the first half for Pueblo South (27-1), but Marquis Burleson’s shot at the buzzer finished off Sierra’s epic comeback.

The Stallions finished their championship season with a 23-5 record.


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