Coal Ridge—11

Roaring Fork—1

Moffat County—9

Grand Valley—-6

Glenwood Springs is scheduled to host the Rifle Bears today at 3 in West Glenwood, weather permitting.
The game will be broadcast live on line at and rebroadcast tonight on the radio at 7.


Glenwood edged Eagle Valley last night at Stubler Memorial Field, 3 to 2.

Rifle lost to Vail Christian 4 to 1.

Grand Valley defeated Basalt 4 to 3.

Today, the Coal Ridge Lady Titans head to Grand Junction to take on Central at 4.


Glenwood travels to Vail Mountain today for a 4 o’clock game.


CINCINNATI (AP) – Jay Bruce had two of the Reds’ five steals in the second inning off Jorge De La Rosa – their biggest inning on the bases in roughly a century – and Cincinnati held on for a 4-3 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.


ENGLEWOOD (AP) – It’s a new year, and while many of his Denver Broncos teammates talk about putting 2015 in the rearview mirror, Emmanuel Sanders is having none of it. He doesn’t want to forget anything about the Broncos’ Super Bowl season. What remains of the roster returned to work this week amid questions about who will be throwing all the passes in 2016 when the Broncos open defense of their title against Carolina, the powerhouse they upset in Super Bowl 50 thanks to Von Miller. Sanders says he doesn’t think he’ll ever put the 2015 season behind him, joking he will go home each day and talk to his ring — as well as sleep next to it and eat breakfast next to it. Sanders led Denver with six catches for 83 yards in their 24-10 win over the Panthers in the Super Bowl.