Friday, Sept. 14’s preps wrap: Vail Mountain School soccer and volleyball; Vail Christian football and volleyball
EAST VAIL — Vail Mountain School soccer scored twice in the second half to take down the Denver School of Science and Technology-Stapleton, 2-0, on Friday, Sept. 14.
Emile Soden and Nathan Rouaud each scored for the Gore Rangers, who have won four in a row.
VMS (5-1) hosts Colorado Academy on Saturday, Sept. 22.
The Gore Rangers volleyball team is also rolling along nicely. VMS bounced Hayden, 25-15, 25-21, 25-17, on Friday night.
The ladies are 4-2 and host Coal Ridge on Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Saints football loses
RANGELY — Vail Christian football lost its league opener, 46-22 at Rangely on Friday, Sept. 14.
Alex Hilty ran for a touchdown, while quarterback Jamison Lee found the end zone twice, once on the ground and once through the air.
Vail Christian did have a Nowicki two-point conversion with Vinny throwing to Simon. Jake would have been in on the play, but he graduated last spring.
The Saints (2-1) finally have their home opener against West Grand on Friday, Sept. 21 at Eagle Valley High School.
Meanwhile, Saints volleyball dropped a 25-15, 25-14, 25-17 decision also at Rangely on Friday. Vail Christian (1-5) hosts Caprock Academy on Saturday, Sept. 15.
Dr. Joel Dekanich, of Vail Integrative Medical Group, took his daughter to California while he worked with The Wellness Team at the U.S. Open.