Local roundup: Cedaredge’s Henrie improving
Henrie improving, out of ICU
Aaron Henrie, one of three Cedaredge teens hospitalized after accidental carbon-monoxide poisoning, was upgraded from critical condition to good Monday, Rocky Mountain Children’s Hospital spokesperson Angie Anania said.
Henrie has also been moved from the intensive care pediatric unit to the pediatric unit.
Wildcats second at Denver North
The Fruita Monument boys cross country team is “right on track for state,” coach Herb Huskey said Monday after a second-place finish at the Denver North Viking Invitational.
Chuck Bisbee finished second overall with a time of 17 minutes, 7 seconds and Keaton Brown finished 10th in 18:05.
“It’s a great finish for us,” Huskey said. “I mean, with over a dozen teams there it really shows how we match up.”
The Wildcats’ girls team finished sixth overall.
Robbins tied for 18th in Amarillo
Sean Robbins ended Monday’s first day of the Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational tied for 18th with a 1-under-par 71, and the Colorado Mesa University men’s golf team was tied for sixth after a rain-shortened day.
Amarillo, Texas, was hit by heavy rain and the field completed roughly 12 holes of the second round before a thunderstorm halted play.
The second and third rounds will be completed today. The Mavericks trail host West Texas A&M and CSU-Pueblo by five strokes. CMU is 11 strokes behind first-place Wayland Baptist University.