High School Basketball

The Rifle Bears host the Eagle Valley Devils tonight at 6 and 7:30.

Basalt welcomes Moffat County to the Big House tonight for games at 5:30 and 7.

The Glenwood Demons host the Fruita Monument Wildcats tonight in a non-league affair at Chavez-Spencer gymnasium. The girls tip off at 6 while the boys play at 7:30. Both games will be broadcast live on KMTS.

High School Wrestling

The Glenwood Demons welcome Battle Mountain and Moffat County for a match this afternoon at 5.


The Colorado Avalanche lost to the Phoenix Coyotes last night in Arizona, 6 to 1.


Tim Tebow will be the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback when training camp starts in July. That’s the word from former Broncos’ QB and now vice president John Elway. Elway says Tebow earned the starter’s role this season and he’ll work with him on his passing skills during the off season.

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) – The second day of play at the
Australian Open is over. Men’s top seed and defending champion
Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) won his match in straight
sets. Five-time women’s champ Serena Williams advanced with a
straight-sets win as well.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) – Syracuse, the top-ranked team in the AP
men’s basketball poll, upped its record to 20-0 last night with a
71-63 win over Pittsburgh. The victory gave head coach Jim Boeheim
(BAY’-hym) his 876th career victory, tying him with Adolph Rupp for
the fourth-most victories in Division I men’s basketball.

UNDATED (AP) – The weekly Associated Press men’s top-25
basketball poll was released yesterday with Syracuse remaining the
top team. The Orange are followed by Kentucky, Baylor, Duke and
Missouri. The second five this week consists of Ohio St., Kansas,
North Carolina, Michigan St. and Georgetown.

DETROIT (AP) – The Detroit Red Wings are really on a roll. They
won a team-record 15th straight home game last night, stopping
Buffalo 5-0. Goalie Jimmy Howard turned back 27 shots for his fifth
shutout and league-leading 27th victory of the season.



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