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Photo Essay: Rifle Bears are on cloud nine after downing Glenwood Springs

Rifle’s Levi Warfel breaks away from Glenwood’s JP Simpson on his way to the endzone for the second quarter touchdown during last Friday’s battle for Garfield County at Stuber Memorial Field in Glenwood Springs. The Bear prevailed 34-7 to stay undefeated on the season. Rifle hosts Coal Ridge this week for their homecoming.

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Rifle and Glenwood tangle on the gridiron during last Friday’s tilt at Stube Memorial Field in Glenwood Springs. The Bears prevailed 34-7 to remain undefeated. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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Rifle’s Levi Warfel hits Glenwood’s Evan Heyl as he attempts a pass during second qaurter play last Friday in Glenwood Springs. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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Rifle’s Levi Warfel flips over Glenwood’s Blake Nieslanik for the touchdown late in the second quarter. Warfel scampered 85 yards on the play to give the Bears 20-7 lead. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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Rifle’s Kenny Tlaxcala splits Glenwood defenders Tucker Porter (34) and Blake Neslanik in the second quarter. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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Rifle coach Damon Wells surveys the field as he gives the play to quarterback Holden Stutsman late in the fourth quarter. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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The Rifle defense corrals Glenwood’s Blake Nieslanik in the second quarter. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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Rifle’s Talon Cordova and Taylor Miller celebrate the Bear touchdown in the third quarter against Glenwood. Kyle Mills / Post Independent
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