Cedaredge student released

Cedaredge High School student Aaron Henrie was released from Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children on Tuesday afternoon, according to hospital spokeswoman Angie Anania.

Henrie was one of three Cedaredge student-athletes who were flown to the Denver hospital Sept. 8 after being exposed to carbon monoxide. Reid Gates died Sept. 9 from the accidental carbon monoxide poising. Tyler Cooper was released from the hospital Sept. 12.

Funeral services for Gates were held Saturday at Cedaredge High School.

The three boys had been watching movies inside a fifth-wheel trailer in a shed, using an onboard generator for electricity in the trailer, according to the Delta County Sheriff’s Department.

Boys Golf

Central season ends at regional

Central finished 14th out of 15 schools Wednesday at the Class 5A Central Regional boys golf tournament at Murphy Creek Golf Course in Aurora. The Warriors did not qualify any individuals for the state meet.

Central finished with 310 strokes, led by Ben Basinski’s 100. Cody Espinoza and Dillon Vavak each shot 105 for the Warriors, and Antonio Cruz shot 113.

Regis Jesuit won the tournament with 212 strokes and had the meet medalist, Spencer Painton, who carded a 4-under-par 68. Ralston Valley was second with 225 strokes. Regis Jesuit and Ralston Valley claimed the automatic state-qualifying team berths from the regional.


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