High School Basketball
Gypsum–The Glenwood Lady Demons defeated Eagle Valley 58-26 while the Glenwood boys lost to the Devils 69-52. The Demons host the Battle Mountain Huskies tonight at 6 and 7:30. Catch both games live on KMTS.
Rifle–The Rifle Bears were swept by the Olathe Pirates last night at the Bear’s Den. The Lady Bears came up on the short end of a 36-33 score and fell to ssecond place in the Western Slope 3A. In the boy’s game, Olathe defeated Rifle 60-45.
The Denver Nuggets’ east coast trip takes them to the nation’s capitol to battle the Washington Wizards. The Nuggets play the Knicks tomorrow night at Madison Square Garden.
The Avs will be on Southern California tomorrow night to skate against the L.A. Kings.
Elsewhere in sports…
LONDON (AP) – The NFL says the St. Louis Rams have agreed to
play regular-season games in London for the next three years, first
facing the New England Patriots this year. The Rams and Patriots
will play Oct. 28 at Wembley Stadium, the sixth year in a row the
league will play regular season games in the British capital.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (guh-DEHL’) says having the Rams
host one game in the UK in each of the next three seasons will help
the league increase popularity in the sport.
Day 5 look-ahead
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) – Men’s top-seed and defending champ
Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) is back in action this
evening at the Australian Open, U.S. time. Djokovich, who dominated
the 2011 season, is facing France’s Nicolas Mahut (mah-HYOO’).
Fourth-seed Andy Murray is also playing a French player, Michael
The highest seed in action in women’s play will be No. 2 Petra
Kvitova (kuh-VIHT’-oh-vuh). The Czech is playing 27th-seed Maria
Kirilenko of Russia. Fourth-seed Maria Sharapova
(shah-rah-POH’-vah) has a match as well, as does 12th-seed Serena
Williams. The five-time Australian Open winner is facing Hungary’s