Lippman nets fourth in cross country meet
LITTLETON — Courtney Lippman finished fourth individually for the Glenwood Springs High School girls cross country team on Friday, setting the pace for her team at the Liberty Bell Invitational meet at Heritage High School.
Lippman’s time of 20 minutes, 43 seconds wasn’t a personal record, but it was her best time of the year, Glenwood coach Mike Schneider said. Some of her teammates, including Jenna Brown and Samantha Wright, stepped up enough to help the Demons finish fourth as a team.
Glenwood’s boys team finished 10th of 11 teams. Freshman Phillip Hecksel was the top overall individual finisher, running to a personal-record time for the Demons. Schneider also gave kudos to junior Ben Neeley for his finish and PR.
The Demons will compete again Tuesday at Buena Vista, then will return home to host the 11-team Demon Invitational at Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley Campus on Sept. 20.
Soccer match rescheduled
Today’s Class 3A Region 3 boys soccer match between Coal Ridge and Basalt has been postponed due to poor field conditions in Basalt. The match was rescheduled for Oct. 8.
Grand Valley, Coal Ridge fall in home football games
Both the Grand Valley and Coal Ridge High football teams dropped to 0-3 overall and 0-1 in Class 2A Western Slope League play after home losses on Friday night.
Gunnison posted a 31-3 road victory over the Titans. Olathe rallied from a small early deficit for a 41-27 victory over the Cardinals. No other information on the games was available as of press time.
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