Glenwood—-3      Delta—–2

Coal Ridge—-9    Grand Valley—-0


Eagle Valley—-3    Glenwood—–0

Summit——-3       Rifle——0

Coal Ridge—–3    Roaring Fork—-1


Rifle—–9       Meeker—–2

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE  (all games at 7pm)

Glenwood Springs at Eagle Valley (Gypsum) 

Grand Junction Central at Rifle

Basalt at Moffat County

Coal Ridge at Aspen

Battle Mountain at Roaring Fork

Grand Valley at Cedaredge


DENVER (AP) – Zach Parise scored three times, including the tiebreaking tally in the third period, and the Minnesota Wild overcame a three-goal deficit to beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-4 on Thursday night at the Pepsi Center.  Trailing 4-1 in the final period, the Wild had four goals in a 5:07 span to stun the Avalanche. Parise scored twice, while Thomas Vanek and Nino Niederreiter added the other two.  Parise beat Semyon Varlamov with a slap shot to put Minnesota up for good midway through the third period. Colorado pulled Varlamov for an extra skater in the final minute but couldn’t score on Devan Dubnyk. Jarome Iginla, Erik Johnson and Gabriel Landeskog had goals in the first period for Colorado. John Mitchell added another in the second as the Avalanche built what appeared to be a comfortable lead before the Wild stormed back.


BOULDER (AP) – Joffrey Lauvergne had 18 points and eight rebounds, and the Denver Nuggets beat the Chicago Bulls 112-94 on Thursday night in an exhibition at the University of Colorado’s Coors Event Center.


UNDATED (AP) — Colorado wide receiver Nelson Spruce holds school records for career receptions and yards, and needs 24 more catches to become the Pac-12’s career leader. The Senior also has caught at least one pass in 30 straight games and multiple catches in 25 straight.The Buffaloes are in Tempe, Arizona, Saturday night to take on the Sun Devils. Both teams are 3-2.