Wednesday October 22, 2014

A lot of hard work goes into a winning athletic program, and that’s a big part of the success Cedaredge High School’s softball team has had in 2014.
The Lady Bruins worked hard in the off-season and their practice sessions have been good.

The 2014 softball season has come to an end for Delta High School’s Lady Panthers. Delta traveled to Pueblo where it participated in the Class 4A Region 5 Tournament last Saturday.

Not every team has reason to revel after a loss, but for the Hotchkiss volleyball team, last week’s 25-11, 25-14, 23-25, 25-15 loss to Ridgway marked a turnaround worthy of celebration. The “Pink Night” game also recognized October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and raised $500 for a local non-profit dealing with the disease.

Delta High School’s football team was back to work last Friday night as it  hosted then-league number three, and unbeaten in league play, Glenwood Springs. The Panthers had a rough first half that left the score tied at 10-10 at the break.

The mercy-rule clock ran throughout the second half for the second time this season as Paonia scored all of its points in the first half in its 50-12 conference win Friday over Lake County (1-6, 0-3, 1A Western Slope League).
The Panthers’ two touchdowns came in the fourth quarter against the Eagles’ junior varsity squad.

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