Summit High Sports Wrap-up
October 14, 2013
The boys soccer team started their week on Tuesday hosting Battle Mountain in a key league game. Earlier in the season the Tigers ended the Huskies' 27-game win streak with a 2-1 win in a game on Battle Mountain's home field. The Huskies returned the favor last week beating Summit 3-1 in Tiger Stadium. The win put Battle Mountain back in the driver's seat for the league title. The Tigers were scheduled to host league opponent Glenwood Thursday night, but the game was canceled due to weather. It has been rescheduled for Monday at 6 p.m. at Summit High School. On Saturday the team also played a makeup game at Palisade and won 9-4. With the makeup game and the reschedule, the Summit boys team will play three games in four days. They host Rifle Tuesday, and then finish the regular season in a key game at Steamboat Springs on Thursday.
The girls rugby team headed to the Front Range for a league match against Fort Collins Saturday. The Tiger girls won 33-8. With the win they clinched the No. 1 seed for the playoffs. They will finish their season with games at Regis Jesuit and Northside.
Summit football lost a tight game Friday, falling to Alameda 21-19.
The team will host Arvada Friday night at Tiger Stadium, with a 7 p.m. kick-off.
It was a busy week for the Tiger girls volleyball team with matches at Steamboat, at Eagle Valley and home against Glenwood. The team lost to Steamboat and Eagle Valley in straight sets, 3-0. The girls hosted Glenwood Springs Saturday, results were unreported at press time.
The team will travel to Palisade for their next game on Thursday.
The Tiger cross-country team had the week off, after finishing their regular season with a meet at Englewood Oct. 5. They head to Delta this Friday for regionals.
— Sebastian Foltz
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