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Locals net all-state kudos

Twelve area winter sport prep athletes were named to the Denver Post’s all-state high school teams.

Roaring Fork and Glenwood Springs high schools had the most selections among six area high schools, with three athletes each.

All the of Roaring Fork’s selections were in basketball. Tarn Udall and Dan Markoya were picked to the all-Colorado, Class 3A girls and boys teams. Aaron Markham, a junior, earned honorable mention on the 3A boys team.

Glenwood junior Sean Flohr was a Class 4A boys basketball honorable mention pick. Alina Roberts, a senior at Aspen High School who competes for Glenwood, and freshman Emily McDonald were tabbed to the 4A girls swimming honorable mention honor roll.

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Lauren Redfern of Basalt was voted to the 3A girls basketball second team, while teammate Rochelle Moebius was a honorable mention selection.

Rifle garnered two 4A honorable mention picks. Seniors Jesse Long and Krista Wagstrom made the wrestling and girls basketball squads, respectively.

Grand Valley basketball player Chris Johnson was given honorable mention along with Cardinal wrestler Jesse Neely, a two-time state qualifier.

Sophomore Elissa Rodman from Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale earned honorable mention among girls Nordic skiers.


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