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Prep hoops: Glenwood Springs boys top Summit, 58-45; Gaddis plays big for Glenwood girls

FRISCO — Brian Burbidge and Jared Gambrel each finished with 14 points to lead the Glenwood Springs High School boys basketball team, which snapped a two-game losing streak with a 58-45 Class 4A Western Slope League victory over the Summit Tigers on Thursday night.

Glenwood Sophomore Cameron Horning added nine points and Zack Peterson chipped in eight for the Demons (10-3 overall, 5-2 4A WSL), who shot 46 percent from the field and, according to coach Cory Hitchcock, 58 percent from inside the paint.

“We had been playing tight for the past week,” Hitchcock said. “We needed to play a lot looser, and even I needed to loosen up as a coach. And once we relaxed, it really showed out there on the basketball court.”

Thomas DeBonville also scored 14 points to pace the Tigers (2-9, 2-5), who trailed only 29-24 at halftime. Glenwood, however, committed only 10 turnovers for the game.

GIRLS

Glenwood Springs 60, Summit 27

FRISCO — Glenwood Springs senior guard Delaney Gaddis nearly had a triple-double, finishing with 13 points, 10 assists and eight steals to help the fourth-ranked Demons (12-0 overall, 7-0 league) cruise past Summit.

Glenwood junior Madi Spence added 12 points, 11 rebounds and four blocked shots, and Jordan DeCrow and Jamie Crowley each chipped in eight points in the victory. Glenwood held a 33-9 halftime edge.

Michelle Frias scored a team-high eight points and Jessica Buer added six for the Tigers (3-8, 0-7).


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