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Vail Christian falls at Roaring Fork, 6-3

CARBONDALE, Colorado ” Vail Christian soccer coach Barbara Wilson says she does not believe in luck or a lack thereof.

That said, the Saints had three shots clank off the frame in a 6-3 loss Thursday at Roaring Fork.

Vail Christian (3-8-1) managed to erase a an early 2-0 deficit with a free kick from Brooke Bowles and the equalizer from McKenzie O’Brien.



The Saints took a brief 3-2 lead, courtesy of a marker from Allison Vossler. But the Rams came back to tie the game at three and ended up with four unanswered goals.

Vail Christian will have its final “home” game of the season Saturday. The Saints will be taking on the Community Christian School at the Vail Mountain School at 12:30 p.m., following VMS’ game against Coal Ridge.

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Vail Christian rounds out the season with games at Basalt and Coal Ridge next week.

Devils bow in Glenwood

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado ” Eagle Valley soccer achieved a moral victory of sorts in 7-1 loss at Glenwood Springs Thursday.



After falling at home, 11-0, to the Demons earlier in the season, the Devils got on the board on a Megan Cochrane goal and possessed the ball well against playoff-bound Glenwood.

“They played the whole game as if it were 1-1, instead of 7-1,” Devils coach Francois Nanin said. “We controlled the ball for the first time this year against a playoff team. They played unbelievable.”

Eagle Valley heads to Moffat County Saturday for a rematch with the Bulldogs. Eagle Valley and Moffat County played to a draw last month in Gypsum.

Sports Editor Chris Freud can be reached at 970-748-2934 or cfreud@vaildaily.com.


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