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Rams goalies shut down Vail Mountain

CARBONDALE ” Goalkeepers Annie Leslie and Taylor Wagner combined for a 3-0 shutout win over Vail Mountain School in a league game played here Saturday.

The Rams (4-1-0) retained sole possession of second-place in the Class 3A Western Slope League on the victory.

Senior Erin Young scored the game’s first goal in the 15th minute. Teammate Kali Chestnut raised the Ram lead to 2-0 10 minutes later. Kayla Lamorte scored Roaring Fork’s third goal midway into the second half.

The Rams have a busy week ahead of them with three home league games scheduled.

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The slate begins with Roaring Fork taking on first-place Basalt at 6 p.m. Tuesday, followed by Thursday’s night game against cross-town rival Colorado Rocky Mountain School and a contest against Eagle Valley at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

Girls’ golf

DELTA ” Grand Valley High School’s Niki Loschke carded a 97 for a seventh-place tie among individuals in Friday’s Delta Invitational tournament, held at Devils Thumb Golf Course.

The score was the best among area golfers at the 10-team tournament, won by Class 5A Fruita Monument.

Kristin Walla of Aspen High School was the tournament’s individual winner with a low score of 77, besting runner-up Jessica McKay of Fruita by five strokes. Jenny Hughes of Rifle led the Bears with a 104; teammate Trisha Wailes finished at 110.

Rifle and Glenwood Springs are both scheduled to compete in today’s Craig Invitational at the Yampa Valley Golf Course.


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