Grand Valley girls top Coal Ridge 44-28 in key 3A league game | PostIndependent.com
YOUR AD HERE »

Grand Valley girls top Coal Ridge 44-28 in key 3A league game

Coal Ridge Titan Jackie Camunez looks for an open teammate between Grand Valley defenders Katie Ray and Bailey Radel during Tuesday's game against the Cardinals.
Chelsea Self/Post Independent
Coal Ridge Titan Mikayla Cheney jumps for a layup during Tuesday's game against the Grand Valley Cardinals’ AbbeyRose Parker.
Chelsea Self/Post Independent

The Grand Valley High School girls basketball team kept pace in the tough 3A Western Slope League race Tuesday night with a 44-28 win on the road against cross-county rival Coal Ridge.

The Cardinals outscored the host team 10-3 in the second quarter and 15-10 in the third to run away from the Titans. Top scorers for the Cardinals were junior Abbey Parker with 17 points and sophomore Jaycee Pittman with 14. Senior Bailey Radel added 9.

Both teams were looking to stay in the top three of the league standings, where Delta has a lock on the likely title.



Grand Valley improved to 4-2 in league play (14-3 overall), and sits behind Delta at 6-0 and Moffat County at 6-1. Coal Ridge falls to 4-3 (12-5) with the loss.

In other 3A girls action Tuesday night, it was Rifle 34-28 over Eagle Valley on the road, and Moffat County 59-39 at Basalt.



Boys scores: Coal Ridge 72, Grand Valley 40; Moffat County 55, Basalt 48.

Coal Ridge Titan Danika Bagett tries to score through a defending Grand Valley Cardinal during Tuesday's game at Coal Ridge High School.
Chelsea Self/Post Independent

Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

Readers around Glenwood Springs and Garfield County make the Post Independent’s work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.

Each donation will be used exclusively for the development and creation of increased news coverage.