Double-double for Landis in Aspen loss
The Aspen Times
The Roaring Fork High School girls basketball team, with a flurry of 3-point baskets, rolled past Aspen 51-14 on Tuesday night at the AHS gym. The Rams were led by 14 points and eight rebounds from Autumn Granberry.
Emily Fisher, with three 3-pointers, added 11 points in the Rams’ win.
Maddie Nieslanik finished with nine and nine — points and rebounds as the Roaring Fork girls improved to 3-9 in the Western Slope League, 3-13 overall.
Toni Gross and Cindy Salinas added seven points each for Roaring Fork.
Aspen senior Mary Landis made history for the Skiers with a double-double against the Rams.
Landis, the tireless one for Aspen, scored 10 points and pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds.
Jessica Furr added a pair of baskets for the Aspen girls, 0-12 overall, 0-9 in the Western Slope League.
The Skiers will look for the first win of the season tonight at Basalt.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard on Tuesday announced the final U.S. World Cup schedule, a lineup that includes the Aspen World Cup from March 3 to 5 on Aspen Mountain. Those races will include a men’s super-G and two men’s downhills.