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Sports briefs: GSMS Fenceline Run results; Rams playoff soccer on tap Wednesday

The biannual All-Star Fenceline Run took place at Glenwood Springs Middle School on Nov. 4, challenging students to run a lap around the school athletic fields.

This has been a fall and spring tradition within the school’s physical education program since 1999, but it was suspended last year due to the pandemic.

All-time records for the 600-yard run are held by Sergio Flores (2013) for the boys, with a time 1:36.1, and for the girls, Melissa Buchanan (2005) and Sophia Vigil (2016), who both ran it in 1:52.7.



This fall’s top-10 finishers were:

Girls — Kylee Bair, 2:22; Audrey Allen, 2:27.7; Jordyn Miller, 2:28.1; Susie Irving, 2:30.5; Jazmin Lopez, 2:31.2; Lola Schmidt, 2:31.8; Mareli Hernandez, 2:32.9; Ashley Roggie, 2:33.9; Divia Martinez, 2:34.8; Becca Fuentes, 2:35.8.



Boys — Oswaldo Corona, 1:55.9; Ossie Hilgeford, 2:08.1; Eder Magallenes, 2:09.8; Payson Vyhidal, 2:10.6; Cash Hilgeford, 2:11.2; Sebastian Romo, 2:14.5; Cris Calvillo, 2:15.7; Ali Huerta, 2:16.2; Jonah Wells, 2:16.6; Jose Lopez, 2:16.9.

Roaring Fork plays at 5:30 Wednesday

Game time is set for the Roaring Fork High School boys 3A state soccer semifinal game Wednesday.

The No. 11 Rams take on No. 2 Atlas Preparatory School at 5:30 p.m. at the Frederick High School stadium.

The game can be live-streamed via the subscription-based NFHS Network [https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/sports/soccer/colorado].

The winner advances to Friday’s state championship game versus the winner of Wednesday’s other semifinal, No. 1 Jefferson Academy against No. 4 Liberty Common.


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