Tigers crush Eagle Valley in lacrosse
Halle Harrison scored four goals and dished three assists Tuesday to lead the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team to a 20-3 Mountain League shellacking of Eagle Valley.
Harrison, with 40 goals, is tied for the most scores in the ML this season.
Delaney Robinson and Hannah Price added two goals each.
The Tigers (7-7, 4-3 ML) have won three of their past four games.
Freshman goalie Brandi Elder finished with six saves for Grand Junction, which outshot Eagle Valley 27-9.
The Tigers took a 12-1 lead at half, and 15 different plays scored for Grand Junction.
Jacob Hart made 11 saves and Stephen Foster scored three times to lift Grand Junction to a 13-3 Mountain League victory.
The Tigers (8-4, 7-3 ML) racked up 37 shots in the win. Grand Junction took a 5-1 at the end of the first quarter and stretched to 8-2 by halftime.
Coach James States said utilized plenty of underclassmen in the win as the Tigers led from start to finish.
With the win, Grand Junction locked in a fourth-place finish in the league. The Tigers allowed the second fewest goals in the league this season.
Stephanie Rowan score twice, once in the fifth minute and again in the 52nd, to lead Montrose to a 3-0 Southwestern League win over Grand Junction.
Randilyn Madison had 11 saves for the Indians (11-3, 8-1 SWL), who won despite being outshot 11-7.
Guadalupe Torres had four saves for the Tigers (6-7-1, 3-5-1 SWL).
Glenwood Springs topped Rifle 8-3 in a Class 4A Western Slope League game as the Bears (10-7, 7-5 WSL) dropped their third game in four tries.
The Demons scored three runs in the first and four runs in the fourth to pull away early.
Rifle finished with six hits and two errors.