D’Evelyn’s long-range shooting too much for ‘Cats

D’Evelyn made 14 3-pointers to roll to a 76-37 boys basketball victory Thursday over the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team in the Steamboat Springs Tournament.

Luke Stratman led the way with seven 3-pointers, including four in the first quarter, and 28 points. The senior has signed a letter of intent to play baseball, not basketball, at Washington State.

“We played a decent first quarter, but (Stratman) hit four 3s in the first quarter,” Fruita coach Billy Dreher said. “Those hurt us quite a bit.

“We missed some easy shots and had too many turnovers.”

Matt Harris and Devin Winstanley led the Wildcats (1-3) with seven points each.

Fruita Monument plays Montezuma-Cortez at 4:45 p.m. today in the losers’ bracket.

Hotchkiss 47, Gunnison 22: Jacobe Galley scored 10 points to lead Hotchkiss in a nonleague game.

Windsor Tournament: Roosevelt defeated Central 
65-51 in the first round. No Central results were available Thursday night.


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