Glenwood dominates Class 4A WSL girls team
As expected, the Glenwood Springs girls basketball team dominated the Class 4A Western Slope League postseason honors.
The Demons, who went undefeated in league play and ended with a 23-2 mark on the season, had four players on the first team, led by Delaney Gaddis, who was selected co-player of the year. The other three Glenwood players on the first team are juniors Hailey Armstrong, Madi Spence and Jordan DeCrow.
Gaddis, who averaged 15 points per game, shared the league’s top player award with Rifle’s Chante Church, who averaged 20 points per game. Both players are seniors.
Jacky Gaddis of Glenwood Springs was selected the coach of the year after leading the Demons to a 14-0 WSL mark.
Rifle, which finished third in the league standings, also had seniors Carsyn Copeland and Kailee Cordova picked for the first team, and sophomore Emily Neuroth got a nod for honorable mention.
Palisade placed second in the league with a 10-4 mark and had four players selected to the all-league team. Senior Cruz Maestas and sophomore Aspen Guray were selected to the first team, and senior Jenna Brown and her freshman sister, Christa Brown, earned honorable mention.
Delta’s Shelby Curtis was selected to the first team, and fellow Panther seniors Brittany Brasfield and Reilly Quist received honorable mention.
The rest of the first team was Mariel Gutierrez of Eagle Valley and Steamboat Springs’ Maggie Crouch.
The all-league selections were voted on by the 4A WSL coaches at the end of the regular season.