Despite growing pains of a young team the Cedaredge girls' basketball team has done a great job of adjusting to life in the fast lane. More on just how much the Bruins have adjusted next week as the team prepares for district tournament play at Central High School.
Both the girls and boys basketball teams from Delta High School kept a firm grip on their chances to win 3A WSL titles. With two games remaining in the 3A WSL, Delta's girls are 7-0 in league play and 16-1 overall.
As the race for team titles nears the end of a competitive season, Delta's Panthers find themselves in place to claim 3A WSL hoops titles for the 2018-19 season. Delta's girls and boys are currently sitting on top of their respective divisions with just four games remaining, including three of four conference tilts on the schedule.
Cedaredge High School's basketball teams were in New Castle last weekend for 3A WSL play. The Bruin girls eased their way to a four-point lead at halftime and had enough offense in the second half to score a 58-49 win to move to 3-2 in the 3A WSL and 11-4 overall.
Delta High School's swim team, comprised of members from schools within the county, has been busy the past few weeks. Previous meets the Panthers have competed in include the Gunnison Cowboy Invitational (Jan. 25) and the Wildcat Invitational, held at CMU on Jan. 26.