Gore Rangers breeze through weekend
OURAY – Vail Mountain School made quick work of its opponents this weekend. On Friday, the Gore Rangers handled Ridgway, 25-9, 25-7, 25-15, then on Saturday they swept Ouray 25-11, 25-12, 25-12.”Ridgway only earned four points against us,” said Vail Mountain coach Mike Garvey. “There rest of the points were our errors, but good errors where we were trying to run some plays.”In the final game against Ridgway, Garvey had four of his players jump serving.”We tried to put some pressure on ourselves,” Garvey said.Against Ouray, the Gore Rangers made some corrections and served at 96 percent as a team.”Ouray was stronger than the last time played them, so it was good to see a little more competition,” Garvey said. “I was pleased with the whole weekend.”Thursday, Vail Mountain takes on West Grand at 6 p.m. in The Garven.Saints slam Ridgway, OurayOURAY – Vail Christian won both matches Saturday. In the morning, the Saints overpowered Ridgway, 25-19, 25-12, 25-15.”It was good to see the girls playing with some confidence,” said coach Cathy Alexander.Kristin McGinty had four kills, while Kaley Hagerman, Bradie Beagley, Kelley Bowles and Jackie Parker each had three kills. Britni Beagley recorded six aces. At the end of the game, sisters Nicole, Jackie and Allie Parker were in the back of the court for the Saints.In the afternoon, the Saints beat Ouray 25-6, 25-8, 25-14.”The girls were communicating very well, and were ready to contribute,” Alexander said.Tuesday, Vail Christian faces Soroco at St. Clare at 6:30 p.m.Sports Writer Ian Cropp can be reached at 949-0555, ext. 608, or email@example.com. Vail, Colorado
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