Grand Valley baseball team ends season with split against Rangely |

Grand Valley baseball team ends season with split against Rangely

The Grand Valley baseball team unleashed a seven-run sixth inning to win the second game of a doubleheader against Rangely to finish Saturday with a split against its Class 2A West/South League, Northern Division opponent in Parachute.

The game was tied at eight when the Cardinals had their big inning. Rangely fought back, scoring two runs in the sixth and four more in the seventh, but Grand Valley held on for the win.

In game one, the Cardinals worked to a 7-6 lead going into the sixth inning. But this time it was the Panthers who came through in the clutch, scoring three runs and holding Grand Valley to none in the seventh for the win.

Grand Valley ends its season with a 4-4 league record and 7-6 overall.

The Glenwood Springs girls soccer team edged Palisade 1-0 on Saturday. No other information about the game was available.

The Demons move to 4-8 in the Class 4A Western Slope League and 4-8-1 overall and currently hold the sixth place in league.

Glenwood will close out its regular season Tuesday when it travels to Steamboat Springs for a game at 4 p.m.

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