Prep Sports Roundup |

Prep Sports Roundup

Post Independent Staff
Glenwood Springs, Colorado, CO

Grand Valley volleyball team continued its vastly improved play as they familiarize themselves with the 2A league when they narrowly dropped a five game match with Basalt on Tuesday evening.

Basalt prevailed with a 15-13 win in the tie-breaking, fifth game of the match.

“We’re really happy with the improvement we’re showing,” said Grand Valley head coach David Walck. “We lost 15-13 in game five against a team that won the league last year in Basalt. We fought, I think we’re getting better and better and I’m really proud of the girls because we’ve shown so much progress in a short amount of time.”

Grand Valley fell to 1-4 on the year.

Glenwood-Coal Ridge volleyball at Coal Ridge

Thursday’s prep volleyball match between Glenwood Springs and Coal Ridge is taking place at Coal Ridge, not at Glenwood Springs as reported in Sunday’s Post Independent.

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