Trio of Demons earn 4A Western Slope League soccer honors
Coming off of an 11-5 season and a berth in the 4A state playoffs for the first time since 2012, the Glenwood Demons girls soccer team saw a trio of players land on the 4A Western Slope League All-Conference team.
Senior Nina Scruton and juniors Devan McSwain and Eryn Peterson landed on the all-conference team as the Demons placed second in the league with a 9-3 record in league play, including 40 goals for and 18 goals against in matchups with league opponents.
Scruton, who capped off a terrific career by leading the Demons to the playoffs, finished the season with seven goals and seven assists for 21 points, good for second on the team.
Peterson, a dynamic attacker for the Demons, led Glenwood in goals with 12 on the year, good for a team-high 24 points.
McSwain was a key cog in the middle for the Demons, showing the ability to play up on the attack or back on defense. The junior finished with eight goals and four assists for 20 points, good for third-best on the team.
Joining the Glenwood trio on the all-conference team was Rifle junior Natalie Diaz.
As a whole, Palisade attacker Sami Felder, who finished with 25 goals and seven assists for a team-high 57 points, was named the 4A WSL Player of the Year, while Eagle Valley Head Coach Maggie Sherman was named Coach of the Year after leading the Devils to a 9-7 record.
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