Sports, October 18th


Coal Ridge hosts Rifle tonight at 6. Aspen travels to Roaring Fork and Grand Valley heads north to Meeker. The late match has Glenwood taking on Steamboat Springs at 6:30 at Chavez-Spencer Gymnasium.


The Glenwood Demons welcome the Rifle Bears to Stubler Memorial Field tonight at 6. Coal Ridge is home against the Grand Valley Cardinals at 4.


Glenwood travels to Evergreen High School tomorrow night for a 6 o’clock game with the Cougars. The game will be broadcast live on KMTS. Rifle is home to face the Steamboat Sailors at 7. Roaring Fork battles the Cowboys in Meeker. Grand Valley heads to Aspen tomorrow for a key game with the Skiers and Basalt hosts Coal Ridge.

Elsewhere in sports…

DETROIT (AP) – The Yankees and Tigers will try again today to play Game 4 of the American League Championship Series. They were washed out last night in Detroit. New York will be out to avoid a four-game sweep.

ST. LOUIS (AP) – The Cardinals beat the visiting San Francisco Giants 3-1 to grab a two-games-to-one advantage in the best-of-seven National League Championship Series. The game was wrapped around a three and a-half hour rain delay. Game 4 is scheduled for tonight in St. Louis.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – Notre Dame’s undefeated football team got a boost with word that starting quarterback Everett Golson has been cleared to practice after suffering a concussion late in last week’s win over Stanford. Golson is expected to be under center Saturday when the fifth-ranked Irish host BYU.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Timberwolves All-Star Kevin Love broke his right hand in practice and will be out of action from six to eight weeks. Minnesota opens the new NBA season on Nov. 2.

NEW YORK (AP) – Olympic all-around champion Gabby Douglas has won Sportswoman of the Year honors from the Women’s Sports Foundation. The gymnast beat out Lindsey Vonn, London Olympians Serena Williams, Missy Franklin, Allyson Felix, and Paralympians Jessica Long and Tatyana McFadden.