Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 05, 2009
• Wildcats eighth at Arapahoe
Fruita Monument finished the first of two days of races in Littleton, with the boys taking eighth and the girls taking 13th at the Arapahoe Invitational. Central’s boys finished 29th and the girls 23rd.
Woody Seagren led the Wildcat boys in 17:33, with James Mauch and Tyler McDermott coming in at 18:04 and 18:44, respectively. Scott Brennan led the Warriors with a time of 20:01.
• In the girls race, Fruita Monument’s Olivia Daniels posted the Wildcats’ best time, 22:21. Kasey Mortenson and Lindsay Hyde followed in 22:54. Central’s top runner was Morgan Haynie, who posted a time of 25:55.
• GJ cruises past Denver Christian
Grand Junction played only one match at the Demon Invitational, but made the most of it, defeating Denver Christian 25-22, 25-17. The Tigers were led by Kricket Adelman, who had a solid all-around match, finishing with six kills, six digs and two aces. Ashley Wilson had 10 assists for the Tiger, who will have three matches today, beginning with Steamboat Springs.
• Fruita Monument split at the Regis Invitational, defeating Thomas Jefferson 25-21, 17-25, 25-22, 21-25, 15-10 and falling to Highland Ranch 25-10, 25-11, 25-15.
• Tigers, Bulldogs both get shut out
Grand Junction fell behind early to Heritage and couldn’t recover, losing 1-0. Grand Junction coach Stephen Latta said the Tigers controlled the ball throughout the second half but couldn’t find the back of the net.
Grand Junction outshot Heritage 12-7, and Tigers goalie Caleb Ealey finished with five saves.
• Palisade lost 2-0 at Pagosa Springs. Matt Fisher and Quinn Smith scored for Pagosa.