Prep briefs from Friday, Dec. 15: Aspen hockey can’t hang with No. 2 Regis Jesuit
December 15, 2017
Aspen hockey can't hang with No. 2 Regis Jesuit
The Aspen High School hockey team lost 8-1 on Friday at No. 2-ranked Regis Jesuit. The loss drops AHS to 2-2 overall, its other loss coming 5-1 at No. 5 Cherry Creek in the season opener. The Skiers play again Saturday evening at Columbine.
Vail Christian sweeps Aspen boys, girls basketball
The Aspen High School girls basketball team lost 47-18 on Friday at Vail Christian. The Skiers trailed 29-3 at halftime, but were only outscored by three points in the second half. AHS heads into its winter break with a 1-4 overall record.
The Aspen High School boys basketball team lost 81-51 on Friday at Vail Christian, dropping the Skiers to 1-4 overall heading into their winter break.
Basalt girls rally not enough against Huskies
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The Basalt High School girls basketball team lost 48-39 on Friday to Battle Mountain in Basalt. BHS outscored the Huskies 21-4 in the fourth quarter in the loss. The game was part of the team's Longhorn Invitational, played in Basalt. Saturday, BHS (1-5) will play Coal Ridge at 9:30 a.m. and Montezuma-Cortez at noon to close out 2017 play.
Basalt boys basketball falls short in Montezuma
The Basalt High School boys basketball team lost 78-58 at Montezuma-Cortez on Friday in a tournament hosted by the Panthers. The Longhorns will conclude the tourney Saturday morning against Ignacio.
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