Prep Sports Roundup: Mansfield takes boys crown at Chris Severy Invite |

Prep Sports Roundup: Mansfield takes boys crown at Chris Severy Invite

Andrew Mansfield won Saturday’s Chris Severy Invitational cross country meet in Aspen, clocking in at 18 minutes, 14 seconds on a brutal course.

The challenging route followed the winding and often steep Nordic ski trails to the east of Aspen High School. The 3.1-mile course began and ended on the school’s athletic fields.

“It was good to see Andrew win a race,” Demons coach Mike Schneiter said.

Elsewhere in the boys race, Glenwood’s Vinny Marr claimed eighth place (19:24) and Ian Edquist took 14th (19:50).

The Demons finished third in the team standings.

In the girls race, Glenwood’s Kenzie Hill placed eighth in 23:16. Tess Ebert finished 13th (23:59), Madi Spence 18th (24:25) and Jenna Brown 19th (24:26).

Like the boys, the Demon girls placed third in the team hunt.

Mariela Martinez was Coal Ridge’s top finisher. She placed 30th in the girls race, crossing the line in 24:48.

Glenwood Springs pulled off a volleyball upset on Saturday, knocking off visiting Eagle Valley in four games.

On Thursday, the Demons defeated Fruita Monument in five games.

The wins pushed Glenwood to 7-8 overall.

Julio Aguirre scored a pair of goals and Saul Cerros added one as Rifle scored a 3-1 boys soccer win over visiting Colorado Rocky Mountain School on Thursday.

Ivan Suarez, Anthony Nagaya and Javier Peralta all added assists for the Bears, who improved to 5-6-1 overall and to 4-2 in the 3A WSL.

Glenwood Springs’ boys soccer team improved to 7-3-2 overall with a 4-0 shutout of host Roaring Fork on Thursday.

The Rams dropped to 4-5 overall with the non-league defeat.

Saturday’s boys soccer game between Roaring Fork and visiting Grand Valley was postponed due to a lack of players for Grand Valley.

A makeup date, if the game is to be made up at all, was not known at press time.

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