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Prep roundup: Glenwood wrestlers split duals; Rifle boys top Delta

HAYDEN — Glenwood Springs High School’s wrestling team split a pair of dual matches on Friday night, easily picking up a forfeit-filled 60-18 win over Soroco before falling to Hayden, 42-37.

Glenwood Springs freshman 138-pounder Myles Wilson ran his win streak to 23 and improved to 29-2 this season with a pair of pins, the quickest coming against Soroco’s Isaac Jonas in 1 minute, 56 seconds.

Against Soroco, Glenwood’s Irvin Vasquez earned a pin of Colton Koler at 195 pounds in 1:42. Each of the Demons’ other wins, aside from Wilson’s, came by forfeit.

Against Hayden, the Demons’ Riley Prough earned a pin of Michael Ferrier at 113 pounds, and Glenwood 120-pounder Larry Flores won by major decision, 15-3, over Tyler Boyer. Justin Barham also won at 160 pounds for the Demons, earning a 5-1 decision over Journey Vreeman.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Rifle 50, Delta 35

DELTA — Wyatt Robinson finished with a game-high 15 points and Tanner Quick added eight for the Bears, who used a balanced scoring attack and accurate shooting to earn the Class 4A Western Slope League victory.

Trenton Brown added six points for Rifle, which held a 26-15 halftime lead. The Bears shot 60 percent (18 for 30) from inside the 3-point line and hit 40 percent of their shots from beyond the arc.

Ryan Whiteside finished with eight points to pace the Panthers (6-7, 4-3 WSL).


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