Prep teams play around spring-break schedules |

Prep teams play around spring-break schedules

Basalt pitcher Miles Levy throws to first base during a game earlier. The Longhorns will play Grand Valley on Thursday afternoon.
Jim Ryan / Special to The Aspen Times |

With some school districts on spring break, others are in session with associated activities and athletic events this week.

The Basalt High School baseball team will be back in action Thursday when the Longhorns are scheduled to host Grand Valley in a 4 p.m. game at the BHS field.

The Longhorns are 1-2 thus far early in the season.

Grand Valley is 0-2 to start the year with a doubleheader loss at Gunnison.

After Thursday’s game, the Basalt baseball team will be off until April 4 when the Longhorns travel to Battle Mountain.

They will play at Grand Valley on April 7.

The Basalt High School girls soccer team will host Moffat County at 4 p.m. Thursday. The Longhorns will be looking for their first win of the season after a season-opening 6-2 loss to Aspen.

The Moffat County girls soccer team is 0-4-0 on the season with a game Tuesday at Middle Park. One of their losses came against highly regarded Vail Mountain School. Another came against Class 4A Grand Junction Central.

The Aspen High School spring sports teams are off for spring break this week. They’ll be back in action next week.

The Aspen girls soccer team (3-2-0) will host Vail Christian (0-1-0) on Tuesday, April 5. The Skiers will play at Roaring Fork (1-2-0) in Carbondale on April 7.

Aspen girls lacrosse (2-2) will play at Pine Creek (1-0) in Colorado Springs on April 6 and at Summit High School (2-3) on April 7.

AHS baseball (1-3) will host Gunnison (5-0) in a doubleheader April 9 at Crawford Field in El Jebel.

Aspen boys lacrosse (2-2) will host Glenwood Springs (2-0) on April 7.

The Demons were scheduled to play Battle Mountain on Tuesday evening.

Area tracksters will be back in action Saturday, April 9, at the Eagle Valley Invitational in Gypsum.

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