The 1980s Los Angeles Lakers — arguably the greatest team from arguably the greatest era in professional basketball — put forth such glorious performances on the hardwood, their home games became known as “Showtime.”
On Friday the Western women’s basketball team got redemption against Dixie State University, reversing a 68-54 loss earlier in the season with a convincing 61-49 win in Paul Wright Gym. They followed that up with another impressive win over Westminster, 66-57, equaling the program record for RMAC wins in a season (13). The team now sits tied for second place in conference and hosts its annual Cancer Awareness Pink Night this Friday against Regis at 5:30 p.m. Seen here is Samantha Coleman pulling up for a 3-point attempt.
GHS boys & girls C team basketball — As members of the Gunnison High School (GHS) boys and girls “C” basketball team took the court for their final games of the season on Tuesday — against Crested Butte High School — it was clear they had come a long way from the first day of practice back in November.
Playoffs are right around the corner, and the Crested Butte High School (CBHS) hockey team will need to get back to their winning ways if they hope to make it. Currently the Titans are ranked No. 26 in the Colorado High School Activities Association RPI standings — two spots out from qualifying — after suffering back-to-back losses to Glenwood Springs and Battle Mountain. CBHS fell to the Devils 5-2 on Friday on the road and the Huskies 4-2 on Saturday at home. Graham Barrett and Joseph Stock were the only Titans to find the back of the net in the two games, each scoring one goal in each contest.