Briefs: Aspen golf wins in Gunnison
LED BY HUGHES, ASPEN BOYS GOLF WINS IN GUNNISON
The Aspen High School boys golf team won yet another tournament on Wednesday, this one having a bit more meaning to it than previous wins as it was held at Dos Rios Golf Club in Gunnison, which will host next week’s regional tournament.
The Skiers shot a collective 2-over-par 215 to win the tournament by 28 strokes over Delta. Montrose was third, followed by Summit in fourth place.
AHS senior Jack Hughes was the low medalist, shooting 3-under 68 to beat Telluride’s Carlo Pine by two strokes. Aspen junior Jack Pevny was third at even par, while AHS senior Dominic Lanese was fourth at 5-over. Aspen’s Colter Zwieg was sixth at 6-over and Dawson Holmes seventh at 7-over.
The Skiers also won the junior varsity portion of the tournament.
Aspen is scheduled to compete Thursday at Keystone Ranch, its final regular-season tournament. The regional tournament will be held Monday back at Dos Rios, while the state tournament is scheduled for Oct. 1 and 2 in Boulder.
BASALT BOYS TENNIS FALLS AT VAIL MOUNTAIN
The Basalt High School boys tennis team took a 6-1 defeat at Vail Mountain on Wednesday.
The Longhorns’ lone win came at No. 1 singles with David Zalinski winning 7-6 (7-2), 6-3 over Ripley Stone.
Basalt is scheduled to compete Sept. 19 at Grand Junction.
ASPEN AND BASALT VOLLEYBALL PART OF BUSY NIGHT
The Aspen High School volleyball team is scheduled to host Basalt at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in its home opener. Aspen’s only match so far is a 3-0 win over Roaring Fork last week. Basalt is 2-5 overall.
Also Thursday, the Basalt boys soccer team is scheduled to host Grand Junction at 4 p.m. BHS is 1-4 and GJ is 2-1-1.
On the road is Aspen boys soccer, which is playing at Delta. AHS is 2-1 while Delta is 3-1-1 and ranked No. 7 in Class 3A. The Panthers were the 3A Western Slope League runner-ups a year ago, with Aspen playing to a scoreless draw against them in their lone meeting.
Aspen soccer has another big game on Saturday when it hosts No. 4 Roaring Fork on the AHS turf.
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The dual-sport student-athlete was named to the Class 3A Western Slope League all-conference first team for softball as one of two Carbondale players on the Basalt High School softball team team last fall.