Briefs: Prep roundup Sept. 26, 2009
• Warriors fall to Montezuma-Cortez
The Central High School soccer team lost on the road Friday to Montezuma-Cortez 6-4.
The Warriors (1-7, 0-3 Southwestern League) found themselves trailing by two goals at halftime but played a man down for most of the second half because of a red card.
• Fruita Monument allowed three goals in the second half to lose 3-0 to Durango.
High School Tennis
• GJ stays hot, tops Denver East in dual
Grand Junction remained unbeaten in dual matches, defeating Denver East 5-2 at Denver City Park.
The Tigers’ top two singles players, Spencer Weinberg and Parker Hegstrom, won in straight sets. Grand Junction (7-0) won three of four doubles matches.
• Aspen took the first-day lead in the two-day Delta County Invitational, advancing to the finals in six of seven spots.
High School Cross Country
• Wildcat boys finish fifth in Fort Collins
The Fruita Monument boys placed fifth and the Wildcat girls ninth in Friday’s John Martin Invitational Meet in Fort Collins.
Woody Seagren again led the way for Fruita Monument’s boys, placing seventh in 16 minutes, 42 seconds, 16 seconds behind the winning time of Thompson Valley’s Gus Waneka.
Daniel Russell posted Central’s best time, finishing 87th in 19:48.
• Grand Junction’s Kevin Martin lead the way for the Tigers at the Ridgway Invitational at Ridgway State Park.
Martin finished in 19 minutes, 40, second. Kevin Colloty was second for the Tigers in 21:23. Kelsey Slauson led the girls in 22:50.
• Montrose remains undefeated
Montrose improved to 4-0 on Friday as the Indians defeated Golden 33-7 at home. The Indians have two more nonconference games before beginning Southwestern Conference play Oct. 16 against Central.