Match details for three volleyball contests played by Cedaredge High School were not available prior to deadline.
The Bruins had some tough luck this past week winning just one match and losing two others.
The Delta High School soccer team is still on a roll of no losses after a second-game loss to Montrose Aug. 29. Since that time the Panthers have won nine straight contests including a 4-0 win Oct. 3 in Basalt and escaped injury, and a loss, in Aspen last week with a 0-0 tie after playing two overtime periods.
There's no denying Hotchkiss and Paonia are rivals, but the Bulldogs will have to wait another season to attempt a win over the Eagles after playing to a 3-0, 25-21, 25-7, 25-18 home loss last Friday.
Hotchkiss coach Peter Nethington said that while it was a tough loss, he wasn't unhappy with the team's performance.
Cedaredge High School's softball team won two of three games played this past week. The Bruins cruised past Gunnison, 11-3, on Oct. 3 and played a doubleheader against Gunnison Oct. 6.
Delta High School's softball team faced a brutal schedule its final week of regulation play. The Panthers were in Cortez on Monday (Oct. 2) where they split a doubleheader, losing 12-2 and winning 10-9.
In cross country, this time of year a new personal best time can mean everything. With state-qualifying regional competition less than two weeks away, Hotchkiss senior Sam Rodriguez couldn't be happier with last Friday's performance at the Delta Pantherfest invitational meet.
Delta's back was to the wall and it needed a gridiron win last Friday night in Alamosa. The Mean Moose, ranked 11th in Class 2A football, had impressive credentials coming into the game.
The North Fork Bowl trophy will remain at Paonia High School for a fifth consecutive year after the Eagles defeated rival Hotchkiss Friday night by a score of 28-21.
Eagles quarterback Caden Meilner had one of his best nights of the season, completing six of seven passes for 127 yards and one touchdown, running for two touchdowns, and going four-for-four in PATs.
Paonia senior Caden Meilner is well on his way to a third consecutive state qualification in cross country after finishing 17th out of 124 runners at last Friday's Pantherfest invitational run. Meilner finished in 17 minutes, 20.17 seconds and placed fourth among class 2A runners.
A perfect night for football provided the backdrop for last Friday night's 1A WSL prep football contest between the visiting Cedaredge Bruins and Olathe's Pirates.
Cedaredge kept pace with the second-place Pirates for much of the game with an early miscue changing momentum for the Bruins.
Four area athletes were privileged to have had the opportunity of playing in this year's 3A State Golf Tournament at Indian Peaks Golf Course in Lafayette on Oct. 3.
An unexpected spring storm delayed the playing of the 3A tournament in Lafayette.
The 2017 cross country season is drawing to a close and teams are gearing up for the final races. The Montrose Relays are next for teams with district competition set for Oct. 20 at Confluence Park in Delta.
The Hotchkiss Bulldogs opened the conference season Friday night with a disappointing 36-7 loss at Meeker.
The reigning league champion Cowboys put all of their points on the board in the first half.
Cedaredge High School's volleyball team has not had the most successful season in 2017. The team is finding its stride as the season progresses.
At Friday's third annual Delta Sweitzer Lake Invitational, six Hotchkiss runners set new personal best times.
In the boys' division, all three competitors set new personal records, including Tevin Keller, who finished 33rd with a time of 18 minutes, 59.66 seconds, Kenny Drbohlav (34th, 19:06.58), and Will Ela (51st, 20:26.44).
Delta's Panthers have been riding high on success this season and added to the list of wins by scoring a 2-1 win over Coal Ridge's Titans last week in New Castle.
The Panthers (3-0 and 9-1) scored twice, once in each half, to effect a sweep over the Titans (1-1-0 and 6-2-1).
The Paonia Eagles upped their winning streak to nine games last week, beginning Sept. 26 with a 25-9, 25-16, 25-8 win over Vail Christian. Senior Mckenna Palmer led in serve receives with 16, and in kills with 14.
In what could be its toughest match of the season, the Paonia volleyball team battled to a non-conference 3-2 win over Cedaredge Friday night. The game also marked the annual Pink Night fundraiser for HopeWest in recognition of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
With a threat of rain, and lightning off in the distance, last Friday night's Homecoming football game should have been more exciting and entertaining for Delta faithful. The Panthers were lethargic on offense and their defense was unable to stop Pagosa Springs' offense when it needed to be stopped.
Former Paonia High School standout volleyball player McKenna Hartigan is seeing lots of playing time as a freshman for Chadron State's Eagles. Hartigan recorded 11 kills against Westminster this past weekend and now has a total of 59 kills on the season as a freshman.
Meeker's Cowboys have sewn up the 3A District 5 softball team title after sweeping through last week's schedule with wins over Cedaredge, Gunnison (doubleheader wins) and Aspen. The Cowboys are 10-1 in league play and 15-3 overall.
For the Delta High School volleyball team last Thursday's game couldn't come soon enough. The last time the Panthers played was Sept. 23 against Gunnison.
Delta High School's cross country teams have steadily improved this season and times have come down.
Last week's Sweitzer Lake Invitational produced some good times for Delta runners.
Hotchkiss' Bulldogs were 8-6 overall and 6-2 in 2A/1A WSL play heading into their Oct. 3 match at Rangely (10-2, 6-0). On Sept. 26, Hotchkiss defeated Vail Mountain in straight sets and on Friday it was routed by Meeker (11-2, 6-0) in straight sets 25-13, 25-12 and 25-12.
Katya Schwieterman and Brooke Hillman led the Paonia cross country team to a second-place finish Saturday at the Delta Sweitzer Lake Invitational cross country meet. Schwieterman pulled out all the stops with a second-place time of 20 minutes, 44.65 seconds, topping her former personal best performance run a week earlier at the Anna Banana memorial race in Fruita.
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