Prep Sports Roundup: Enriquez’s four goals lift Titans to homecoming win |

Prep Sports Roundup: Enriquez’s four goals lift Titans to homecoming win

Jim Ryan Special to the Post IndependentRoaring Fork's Hattie Gianinetti (24) leaps to block the shot of Basalt's Ana Morales during Thursday's match in Basalt.

Edgar Enriquez lit up the scoreboard for four goals as Coal Ridge scored a 6-2 win over visiting Aspen in a homecoming tilt for the Titans on Thursday.

“It was a really intense game,” said Coal Ridge coach Mike Mikalakis, whose team played under the lights on the school’s football field. “It was a really fun game. The boys picked it up and did a really awesome job. I’m really proud of them.”

Jorge Hernandez chipped in with two goals and two assists for the Titans, who improved to 8-0 overall and to 2-0 in 3A Region 3 play. Javier Garcia and Enrique Bucio each had assists and Hernandez finished with two helpers.

The Skiers dropped to 5-4-1 overall and to 2-2 in league play.

Glenwood Springs’ volleyball team played homecoming spoiler on Thursday, defeating host Steamboat Springs in four games (25-19, 25-21, 25-27, 25-20).

At 4-0, the Demons are off to quite the start in 4A Western Slope League play. They’re now 7-3 overall. Steamboat dropped to 6-6 overall and to 2-3 in league play.

Erupting for 11 runs in the first inning, Basalt cruised to a 17-1 softball win over host Grand Valley on Thursday.

Morgan Young’s three hits led the Longhorns, who improved to 9-6 overall. Jordan DeCrow had a triple and Maddie Nieslanik and Brittany Driscoll each doubled.

Rams roar past Longhorns

on the volleyball court

Roaring Fork’s volleyball team improved to 11-2 with a 25-19, 25-18, 25-10 win at Basalt on Thursday.

The Rams are now 2-1 in the 3A WSL.

Coal Ridge cruised to a 25-10, 25-9, 25-19 win over visiting Moffat County in the Titans’ homecoming match on Thursday.

Coal Ridge improved to 9-2 overall and to 3-1 in the 3A WSL.

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