The County Line Rivals wrapped up the regular season with a bang at the Charger Invitational on Saturday in Ordway. Boasting six champions for the day, Coach Uhland’s team finished second with 157.5 points in the field of 18 teams. Edging out our Rivals was the host team, Crowley County, who finished with 159 points. Custer County and Holly tied for 3rd place both with 72 points.
As the season is winding down to the big finish the Rivals have made some great strides to get better with their time on the mat. They made the trip to Lamar on Thursday night to compete with the Indians, both Yuma and the Lamar Savages. County Line would be without 5 of their wrestling for this weeks’ action and that puts a huge dent in the scoring. First the Rivals would go head-to-head against the team from the north getting in six wins but giving up too many open weights to a full team and then going down in 3 matches that could have had led to a better team outcome.
Colorado Preps Magazine
Promoting High School Athletics on the Eastern Plains
January 2019 Edition
It may still be cold outside as we continue to slowly move through the month of January, but for the Eads Eagles their cold snap has been broken. They finally got that much-needed win, something they haven’t been able do since the very first game of the season in December, when they defeated Kim/Branson on Saturday, 69-60. The win came after a loss to a Wiley team they had a chance to beat but couldn’t contain Wiley’s junior baller Lawrence Lucero losing, 54-45.
The Eads Girls’ Basketball team had an up-and-down weekend as they lost momentum against Wiley, letting them back in towards the end losing, 53-43, on Thursday night in Eads. By Saturday, however, the Eads girls had rebounded and arrived in Kim ready to compete. They would use a strong first quarter to gain the advantage and then held off the Mustang onslaught in the second half getting a solid road win, 59-37. The Eads girls’ 6-7 record does not reflect the quality of team they are.