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HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

The Glenwood Demons lost to the Eagle Valley Devils 11 to 4 Tuesday afternoon in West Glenwood.  The Demons committed 6 errors and fell to 1 and 2 on the season.  Glenwood will play in a tournament this Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Manitou Springs. 

SOCCER

Glenwood—-3      Delta—-0

Grand Valley—5    Rifle—3

Roaring Fork—-3    Basalt—–1

 

SPRING BASEBALL

Los Angeles Angels—-11     Colorado Rockies—-0

 

FORT COLLINS (AP) – Joe Parker, who has served as deputy athletic director at Texas Tech for the last four years, has been named Colorado State’s new athletic director. Parker was introduced at a news conference Tuesday. He’ll begin his new job April 6. Parker also has worked at the University of Michigan, where he was an All-American swimmer, and at the University of Oklahoma and Washington State. Parker replaces Jack Graham, who was fired in August by Colorado State University President Tony Frank.

 

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – The second of two nights of tournament basketball in Dayton features the home town Flyers against Boise State and North Florida meeting Robert Morris. The winners advance to the main part of the NCAA Tournament. In action last night the winners were Hampton and Mississippi.
UNDATED (AP) – East Coast NBA fans will have to stay up late tonight to watch the best game of the evening. The top two clubs in the league, Atlanta and Golden State, are squaring off in Oakland, California. Each starts the day with 53 wins on the season and on top of its conference.
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) – Texas starter Yu Darvish has had his season-ending elbow surgery. The team says it went as expected without complications. Darvish had the torn ligament from his right arm replaced with a tendon from his forearm.
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) – Pete Rose has the head of the Major League Baseball Players Association in his corner. Former All-Star first baseman Tony Clark says he’d “love” to see Rose reinstated. Baseball’s all-time hits leader applied for reinstatement earlier this week with new commissioner Rob Manfred.
MERIBEL, France (AP) – Lindsey Vonn has racked up another World Cup victory. That gives her 66 as well as another World Cup downhill title. Vonn finished first earlier today in a race in France to win her seventh World Cup downhill title.

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