FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/17/2011)

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
THE GLENWOOD DEMONS BOY’S TEAM WENT 2 AND 0 OVER THE WEEEKEND BY BEATING DELTA AND PALISADE. THE LADY DEMONS LOST TO DELTA
FRIDAY NIGHT AND BOUNCED BACK AGAINST PALISADE ON SATURDAY. TOMORROW NIGHT, THE DEMONS TRAVEL TO FRUITA-MONUMENT FOR A NON-NEAGUE SHOWDOWN WITH THE 5-A WILDCATS AT 5-30 AND 7. CATCH
THE GAMES ON KMTS.

THE RIFLE BEARS BOY’S TEAM PLAYED WITH HEAVY HEARTS SATURDAY KNOWING THEIR TEAMMATE, JUNIOR AUSTIN BOOTH WAS IN THE HOSPITAL IN INTENSIVE CARE WITH PNEUMONIA. THE BEARS CAME FROM

BEHIND AT HOME SATURDAY TO BEAT ASPEN, 59-48. THE BEARS BOUNCED BACK FROM A FRIDAY NIGHT LOSS TO COAL RIDGE. THE LADY BEARS
MEANWHILE CONTINUED TEAR THROUGH THE WESTERN SLOPE 3-A WITH VICTORIES OVER COAL RIDGE AND ASPEN.
GRAND VALLEY SWEPT THE LONGHORNS IN BASALT IN GIRLS AND BOYS’ HOOPS.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Eric Studesville (STOOD’-ehs-vihl) will
return as the Broncos’ running backs coach after going 1-3 as
interim head coach following Josh McDaniels’ dismissal. New head
coach John Fox also is retaining Mike McCoy as offensive
coordinator, providing some continuity for raw rookie quarterback
Tim Tebow.

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