Prep Roundup: Demons fall to Panthers in 4; Rams finish unbeaten in league play |

Prep Roundup: Demons fall to Panthers in 4; Rams finish unbeaten in league play

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Emily Baier finished with 26 kills and 11 assists for Delta High School’s volleyball team, which upended the Glenwood Springs Demons 19-25, 25-11, 25-19, 26-24 at Chavez-Spencer Gymnasium on Thursday.

The match was the senior-night match for the Demons (7-11 overall, 5-7 Class 4A Western Slope League). Glenwood coach Sarah Ryan said “the team as a whole played really well. It was a great match even though we lost.”

Haley Milard added eight kills and two aces for the Panthers (12-7, 6-4 league play).

Glenwood will continue league play at league-leading Battle Mountain on Saturday.


Roaring Fork 5, Colorado Rocky Mountain School 0

The Rams completed an unbeaten season in the Class 3A Western Slope League and clinched the league championship with their victory over the Oysters in the regular-season finale for both teams.

The victory moved Roaring Fork to 13-2-0 overall and 8-0-0 in the 3A WSL. The Oysters finished the season 3-6-0 and 3-5-0.

The Rams will find out Sunday where they’ll be seeded in the Class 3A state playoffs.

Rifle 3, Moffat County 2

RIFLE — Alexis Ramos scored a pair of goals, and the Bears ended their season on a high note on Wednesday with a Class 3A Western Slope League victory over Moffat County on Wednesday.

Rifle senior Eddie Sandoval added the third goal of the game for the Bears (5-10-0 overall, 3-5-0 3A WSL). Uises Silva had a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs (3-10-1, 2-6-0).

Luis Sanchez finished with 11 saves in goal for Rifle.

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