Prep Sports Roundup |

Prep Sports Roundup

Paul Conrad The Aspen Times

ASPEN, Colorado ” Aspen High School hosted their annual golf invitational on Tuesday at the Aspen Golf Club with Alan Capistran taking the individual trophy with a 6 over round on the par-71 course, winning on the first playoff hole against Moffat County’s Nick Moyer.

Steamboat Springs’ Ben Von Thaden finished third with a 78 and Battle Mountain’s Dustin Martin and Edgar Gasper rounded out the top five with 78 and 79 rounds respectively.

Three others tied for fifth in the individual scoring, including Glenwood Springs’ Michael Braklow who also shot an 8 over round of 79. He was joined by Mark Dockstader (Moffat County) and Dustin Arguella (Eagle Valley).

On the team side, Battle Mountain placed first with an overall score of 237 winning a team playoff with Steamboat in which the tie-breaking sixth score is counted. Moffat County finished in third while Montrose (245) and Cortez (255) rounded out the top five.

Glenwood’s overall score of 272 was good enough for 10th out of the 14 schools.

CARBONDALE, Colorado ” Colorado Rocky Mountain School hosted the Coal Ridge Titans soccer team on Tuesday afternoon and emerged with a 2-1 victory.

After a scoreless first half, Matthew Myers put CRMS on the board first, beating the Titans’ goalie Arrick Peck. Coal Ridge would answer with their own goal from J.J. Riddile on an assist by Eric Schmitz against Alex Henderson to tie the score at 1 all.

However, the tie wouldn’t last long as CRMS’ Noah Johnes put his team ahead to stay with a goal against replacement keeper Victor Hernandez late in the second half.

Peck had six saves for the Titans while, offensively, the team managed nine shots on goal.

MEEKER, Colorado ” Roaring Fork traveled to Meeker to take on the Cowboys in a volleyball match, sweeping the match 25-19, 25-21, 25-16.

The Rams (2-2) finished with 39 kills on 33 assists, five aces and eight blocks. Next up for Roaring Fork is a match-up with Gunnison on Friday.

Peach Valley ” The Titans volleyball team continued their strong opening season play with a sweep of Basalt High School on Tuesday evening, 25-17, 25-19, 25-23.

Jess Needham led the Titans with nine kills while Chloe Nelson and Kaitlin Moeller each had eight. Coal Ridge also received strong serving from Sierra Grove and Brittany Smith.

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