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Results from Summit boy’s soccer at Glenwood Springs and the Haymaker Classic MTB league race Sept. 26-27

Nearly 800 high school mountain bikers from across the state and region came to the Haymaker course in Eagle Ranch on Sept. 26-27 for the third race of the fall MTB league season. The racers will return to Eagle on Oct. 24 for the state championships.
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Summit Tigers home schedule

Oct. 8 — Volleyball vs. Rifle, 6:30 p.m.

Oct. 10 — Cross-country at Aspen Invite

Oct. 12 — Volleyball vs. Delta, 630 p.m.

Oct. 13 — Boy’s soccer vs. Battle Mountain, 6 p.m.

Oct. 17 — Boy’s soccer vs. Delta, 6 p.m.

Oct. 20 — Boy’s soccer vs. Glenwood Springs, 6 p.m.

Oct. 20 — Volleyball vs. Battle Mountain, 6:30 p.m.

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

SUMMIT VS. GLENWOOD SPRINGS — SUMMIT HS BOY’S SOCCER

The varsity team’s ninth game of the season, played Oct. 3 in Glenwood Springs. The Tigers lost 1-5 to Glenwood to give the varsity team a 1-5 record in the 4A Western Slope (1-8 overall).

1st 2nd Final

SHS 0 1 1

GHS 3 2 5

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HAYMAKER CLASSIC — SUMMIT HS MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM

The third race of the Colorado High School Cycling League season, held Sept. 26-27 at the Haymaker course in Eagle Ranch in Eagle County. The race drew nearly 800 riders in the North and South conference, split between four divisions: Varsity, JV, sophomore and freshman. The Summit High School team still sits in first place overall in Division II North heading into the fourth race, held Oct. 10-11 in Nathrop. For complete results from all league races, see http://www.coloradomtb.org.

North Division II team standings, Haymaker

1. Summit, 2,491

2. East High School, 2,459

3. Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy, 2,405

4. Loveland High School, 2,187

5. Fort Collins High School, 2,036

North Division II team standings, overall

1. Summit, 7,545

2. East, 7,183

3. VSSA, 7,032

4. Loveland, 6,629

5. Fort Collins, 5,705

North Division II individual, varsity boys (Haymaker)

1. Luke Vickerman, Battle Mountain

2. Cassidy Dzekciorius-Bailey, Boulder

3. Will McBryde, East

4. Logan Schreck, Ralson Valley

5. Slav Uglyar, Summit

North Division II individual, varsity girls (Haymaker)

1. Ezra Smith, Summit

2. Molly Madden, Fairview

3. Chantal Kershner, Fairview

4. Grace Westfall, Ridgeview Classical

5. Kate Lawrence, Fairview

North Division II individual, JV boys (Haymaker)

1. Evan Barbier, Steamboat

2. Ethan Moyer, Steamboat

3. Nolan Herzog, VSSA

4. Christopher Seabury, VSSA

5. Michale Barrett, Battle Mountain

16. Spencer Tyson, Summit

22. Connor Hintgen


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