Results from Breck Bucks vs. Pikes Peak hockey, the Rifle Invitational XC meet, Tigers football at Grand Junction and more | SummitDaily.com

Results from Breck Bucks vs. Pikes Peak hockey, the Rifle Invitational XC meet, Tigers football at Grand Junction and more

The girls field takes off at the Rifle Invitational cross-county meet in Rifle on Oct. 15. Summit senior Ruthie Boyd took first place for her second overall win of the season, and she now looks to lead a group of top-25 girls runners like fellow senior McKenna Ramsay to the state championships.
Matthew Scoggins / Special to the Daily |

Summit Tigers home schedule

Oct. 23 — Football vs. Glenwood Springs, 7 p.m.

CHALK CREEK STAMPEDE — SUMMIT HS MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM

The fourth event of the fall Colorado High School Cycling League mountain bike series, held Oct. 10-11 at McMurry Land and Livestock Ranch outside of Nathrop. Nearly 750 riders from across Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico came for two days of racing, split between the north and south conferences. Summit High has led the Division II North conference since the first event of the season in Frisco. The final race of the season is the state championships at the Haymaker course in Eagle on Oct. 25. For complete results, see http://www.coloradomtb.org.

Overall Division II team, North conference

1. Summit High School

2. Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy

3. East High School

Overall varsity girls, North conference (Nathrop)

1. Ezra Smith, Summit — 1:27:03

2. Chantal Kershner, Fairview — 1:30:01

3. Kate Lawrence, Fairview — 1:30:51

Overall varsity boys, North conference (Nathrop)

1. Quintin Cook, Battle Mountain — 1:43:07

2. Cassidy Dzekciorius-Bailey, Boulder — 1:43:09

3. Jack Tanner, Fairview — 1:43:10

8. Slav Uglyar, Summit — 1:48:00

Overall varsity girls, North conference (series)

1. Ezra Smith, Summit — 1,750 points

2. Molly Madden, Fairview — 1,720 points

3. Chantal Kershner, Fairview — 1,702 points

Overall varsity boys, North conference (series)

1. Cassidy Dzekciorius-Bailey, Boulder — 1,730 points

2. Will McBrydge, East — 1,687 points

3. Luke Vickerman, Battle Mountain — 1,678 points

7. Slav Uglyar, Summit — 1,619 points

RIFLE INVITATIONAL — SUMMIT HS CROSS-COUNTRY

The seventh event of the regular cross-country season, held outside of Rifle High School on Oct. 15. The meet drew eight girls teams (121 runners) and 13 boys teams (146 runners). On Oct. 23, the Summit High boys and girls teams head to Delta for the 4A Western Slope meet. This is the final opportunity for runners to qualify for the state championships in late October. For complete standings from the Rifle Invitational, see co.milesplit.com.

Overall varsity team, girls (8 total)

1. Battle Mountain

2. Steamboat Springs

3. Moffat County

4. Summit

Overall varsity team, boys (13 total)

1. Eagle Valley

2. Moffat County

3. Glenwood Springs

8. Summit

Top varsity individuals, Summit girls

1. Ruthie Boyd, 19:55

18. Noelle Resignolo, 21:54

21. McKenna Ramsay, 22:02

31. Morrison Donovan, 22:54

35. Emily Pappas, 23:08

Top varsity individuals, Summit boys

20. Alex Lehman, 18:27

36. Alex Mason, 19:22

45. Ryan Davidson, 19:57

93. Logan Pappas, 21:28

97. Tyler Marshall, 21:37

SUMMIT VS. GLENWOOD SPRINGS — SUMMIT HS VOLLEYBALL

The 10th match of the regular volleyball season, hosted by Glenwood Springs at home on Oct. 13. The four-set win gave the Summit High varsity team a 7-7 overall (including an early tournament) and a 5-5 record in the 4A Western Slope.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final

Summit 25 12 25 25 3

GSHS 21 25 16 22 1

SUMMIT VS. EAGLE VALLEY – SUMMIT HS VOLLEYBALL

The 11th match of the regular volleyball season, hosted by Eagle Valley at home on Oct. 17. The three-set loss gave the Summit varsity team a 7-8 overall (including an early tournament) and a 5-6 record in the 4A Western Slope.

1st 2nd 3rd Final

Summit 21 17 15 0

EVHS 25 25 25 3

SUMMIT VS. GRAND JUNCTION CENTRAL — SUMMIT HS FOOTBALL

The seventh game of the regular football season, held in Grand Junction on Oct. 16. The Tigers lost 6-48 and are now 1-6 overall this season, with a 0-4 record in the 4A Western Slope.

BRECK BUCKS VS. PIKES PEAK MINERS

The second home stand of the regular Breckenridge Bucks junior hockey season, held at Stephen C. West Ice Arena on Oct. 16-17. Both games drew a healthy crowd for the first home win of the season against the Pikes Peak Miners, one of eight teams in Bucks’ league. The Bucks are now 3-3 overall. To buy tickets for the next home stand on Oct. 30-31, see the Bucks website at http://www.breckenridgebucks.com.

Game one, Oct. 16

1st 2nd 3rd Final

Bucks 0 3 0 3

Miners 4 3 2 9

Game two, Oct. 17

1st 2nd 3rd Final

Bucks 1 2 0 3

Miners 1 1 2 2


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