Sports, May 16th


Peach Valley—The Coal Ridge Lady Titans’ amazing season came to a disappointing end yesterday on their home field in a 2-0 loss to the Kent Denver Sun Devils.  Coal Ridge was frustrated all game long by Kent Denver’s tough defense and opportunistic offense led by Senior Midfielder Havana McElvaine.  McElvaine scored both goals for Kent Denver to advance to this Saturday’s final four match with Peak to Peak.  The loss was only the second one this season for the Lady Titans who finish the year with a stellar record of 17 and 2.


Lakewood—Hundreds of high school student-athletes have converged on Jeffco Stadium for the three-day Colorado State Track and Field Meet.  Several local athletes from Aspen to Parachute are competing this weekend.  In the girl’s 4A 400 meter dash this morning, Ally Tapp of Glenwood Springs qualified for the finals by coming in 7th place with a time of 58.15.   In the boy’s 100 meter dash, Travis Alderson of Glenwood missed qualifying for the finals with a time of 11.07.   KMTS will be on hand with updates tomorrow afternoon and Saturday for the finals.



UNDATED (AP) – The Spurs and Pacers are looking to finish off the Warriors and Knicks tonight in their respective Western and Eastern Conference playoff series. The Spurs top the Warriors 3-2 and tonight’s game is being played in Oakland. Indiana leads New York 3-1 and this evening’s game is in Madison Square Garden.

MIAMI (AP) – Defending league champion Miami has moved to the Eastern Conference finals after eliminating Chicago last night. The Heat beat the Bulls 94-91 as LeBron James had 23 points.  Miami won the series in five games.

UNDATED (AP) – Game 1 in the Boston-New York Rangers Stanley Cup Eastern Conference semifinal is tonight in Boston. The Bruins advanced with a seven-game win over the Maple Leafs while the Rangers knocked out the Capitals in seven. Tonight’s other game is in Los Angeles as the Kings look to take a 2-0 lead over the Sharks in their Western Conference semifinal.

IRVING, Texas (AP) – The opening round of the Byron Nelson Championship is underway in Irving, Texas. Tiger Woods, the winner of last week’s Players Championship, is skipping the event.

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) – Early first-round play is in progress in the LPGA’s Mobile Bay Classic. The winner of the event a year ago was Stacy Lewis, who has won two events so far this season.