Reserves lead Wildcats past Cortez

Missing two starters, Fruita Monument’s girls soccer team got two goals from Jennis Hart and one from Katie Benton in a 3-2 win Friday at Cortez.

Fruita (9-3, 3-2 Southwestern League) took 15 shots on goal.

Grand Junction 3, Durango 0: Jordan Drake scored two minutes into the second half as Grand Junction took a 2-0 lead and allowed Durango little chance for a comeback in a 3-0 win.

Leah Swander scored seven minutes into the game for the Tigers (7-3, 5-2).

Courtney Brady added a late goal.


Jeff Hansen and Tyler Gastineau hit doubles for Grand Junction, but the Tigers could not overcome 13 walks in an 11-5 loss at Pueblo West.

Grand Junction (9-6) led 4-3 after the top of the fourth inning, but Pueblo West came back with a four-run inning in the bottom of the fourth and another four-spot in the sixth.


Aidan Woomer had three goals as Fruita nipped Summit 8-7 in Frisco.

Corey Henricksen had 10 saves for Fruita (8-4, 8-3 Mountain League), which took 41 shots.

Grand Junction 14, Glenwood Springs 7: Kris States scored five goals in Grand Junction’s win over Glenwood Springs.

Luke Dohm found the net three times for the Tigers, who took 40 shots.


Two District 51 Griffins relay teams qualified for state during the first day of the Jeffco Invitational.

Austin Acree, Tyler Fair, Carlos Mathews and Eric Jacobs qualified in the 200-yard medley and 200 freestyle relays.


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