Vail Valley preps wrap for Thursday, Oct. 12: Devils football and soccer; Huskies XC and volleyball | VailDaily.com

Vail Valley preps wrap for Thursday, Oct. 12: Devils football and soccer; Huskies XC and volleyball

Rifle Invitational

Boys

16. Jake Allen, 17:34

22. Jason Macaluso, 17:56

28. Ezri Perdue, 18:02

32. Wyatt Nelson, 18:09

43. Casey Cope, 18:38

48. Mason Mitchell, 18:47

49. Max Grimaldi, 18:50

Girls

8. Emma Reeder, 19:57

12. Hayley Diemar, 20:34

14. Berit Kirchner, 20:51

18. Celia Badger, 21:02

22. Amalia Manning, 21:17

30. Samantha Lindall, 21:35

33. Callie Borg, 21:46

PALISADE — Eagle Valley football fell to Palisade, 35-0, on the road Thursday, Oct. 12.

The loss dropped the Devils to 0-7 overall and 0-2 in the 3A Western Slope.

The Devils return home to face Rifle on Friday, Oct. 20.

RIFLE

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Battle Mountain cross-country youngsters run at Rifle

The kids got to run at the Rifle Invitational on Thursday, Oct. 12, and the future looks bright for Battle Mountain cross-country.

The Huskies withheld most of their varsity squads with regionals coming up at the Frisco Nordic Center on Thursday, Oct. 19.

The girls and boys are the defending Region 1 Meet champions.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS

Huskies spikers lose in four

Battle Mountain volleyball dropped a 25-17, 25-21, 21-25, 25-14 decision at Steamboat Springs on Thursday, Oct. 12.

The Huskies are 8-8 overall and 4-5 in the 4A Western Slope.

Battle Mountain is at Palisade on Tuesday, Oct. 17, and then hosts Eagle Valley on Thursday, Oct. 19, in Round 2 of the rivalry.

FARMER’S KORNER

Devils soccer drops two

Eagle Valley soccer fell in two league matches this week, bowing to Steamboat Springs, 5-0, on Wednesday, Oct. 11, in Gypsum, and losing to Summit County, 3-0, over the pass on Thursday, Oct. 12.

Eagle Valley (3-11, 2-9) wraps the season on Thursday, Oct. 19, against Palisade in Gypsum.

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

and @cfreud.


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