Cedaredge High School's boys basketball team continued its late-season slide with a pair of losses against Grand Valley and Moffat County last week.
GV 80, Cedaredge 68
Tuesday's (Feb. 11) hardwood battle at home with Grand Valley proved to be a rugged test for the Bruins as they couldn't keep up with Grand Valley's offensive pace. The Cardinals posted scores of 19 and 23 in the first two quarters and took a 42-29 lead to the locker room for halftime.
Second-half play was much of the same for Grand Valley as it outscored the Bruins 24-16 in the third quarter to build a 66-45 lead.
Cedaredge got busy in the fourth period to outscore the Cardinals 23-14 to make it a 12-point loss at 80-68.
Sam Parker was the game's leading scorer for Grand Valley with 33 points.
MC 87, Cedaredge 64
Moffat County's offense was a duplicate of the Grand Valley performance on Friday night as the Bulldogs raced to an 87-64 3A WSL victory.
Neither team provided statistics from the game.
For Cedaredge, the loss dropped its league mark to 5-10 and 7-11 overall. Moffat County improved to 12-1 in league play and 14-2 overall.
League-leading Aspen has a 14-1 record in the 3A WSL and is 15-3 overall.
Coal Ridge is third at 10-5 and 10-8, with Roaring Fork fifth with its 8-7 and 8-10 records.
Cedaredge hits the road for a play-in game on Tuesday of next week.
The Bruins are looking at either Grand Valley or Coal Ridge to be their next game, depending on how the final 3A standings are posted.blog comments powered by Disqus