Prep Sports Roundup
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
CRAIG, Colorado – Klayton Costanzo took home a tournament title via a playoff and Danny Bartels sunk a hole-in-one as Rifle’s boys golf team enjoyed quite the round at Thursday’s Moffat County High School-hosted tournament.
Costanzo ended regulation with an even-par 72 at Yampa Valley Golf Course in Craig. He birdied a playoff hole to break a tie with Montrose’s Drew Trujillo and Cortez’s Brian Grubbs.
As for Bartels, his ace fell on the 16th hole and covered 176 yards. He was swinging a 6-iron.
Also for Rifle, Tristan Quigley shot a personal-record round of 83 from the junior varsity roster.
“It was an awesome day for the Rifle High School golf team,” Bears coach Mark Fergen said. “They had a great day.”
CARBONDALE, Colorado – Colorado Rocky Mountain School kicked off its boys soccer season on a high note, downing visiting Vail Mountain 3-0 on Thursday.
Ever Hernandez scored two goals for the Oysters, who also got a goal from Matt Myers. All three scores came in the second half.
“It was our first game of the season, so there was some figuring out of our system,” CRMS coach Dan Pittz said. “We were lucky enough to have a scrimmage in the preseason, but this was the first time we had everybody out there in a match-like situation. It was nice to figure things out in the first half. In the second half, it started clicking.”
Frank Adgate and Alex Henderson combined on the shutout in goal for the Oysters.
PEACH VALLEY, Colorado – Coal Ridge’s boys soccer team ended its difficult non-league schedule with a 4-0 loss to visiting Eagle Valley on Thursday.
“It was a pretty good game,” Titans coach Brian Blair said. “It was actually 2-0 with five minutes left in the second half. Then we gave up a couple silly ones.”
Tyler Guettler had eight saves for Coal Ridge, which fell to 2-1.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – Taryn Pearce’s 11 kills led Glenwood Springs to a 25-18, 25-22, 25-16 volleyball win over visiting Coal Ridge on Thursday.
Kenzi Caple finished with six kills for the Demons, now 5-0. Taylor Nicola and Anna Gauldin contributed two blocks apiece and Lexie Warkentin had four aces. Gauldin slammed three aces.
Christa Currier and Zoe Reese finished with two kills apiece for Coal Ridge, now 1-2 overall.
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