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The Volley Demons split action last week, losing a contested match at Monte Vista and sweeping Center for the homecoming game Thursday.

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Buena Vista overcame itself to defeat defending state champion Centauri 24-18 Friday. The Demons exorcised a 5-game losing streak to the Falcons, most in the playoffs including last year’s 42-6 state semifinal loss.

The Buena Vista Demons opened their 2022 campaign with a 26-16 road win at Salida Friday in front of a rain-soaked but energetic crowd

Salida began the game with a short drive after being pinned deep on their side of the field, but Salida QB Caiven Lake was picked off by Demon DE Zandon Mitchell at the Spartan 20.

The Buena Vista Lady Demons opened the fall season with a 3-2 road kill at Lake County Saturday.

“We had a great summer,” Buena Vista coach Jamie Page said. “They were focused and eager to get practice up and running.”

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The Buena Vista Demons football team warms up to get ready for the first practice of the 2022 football season. Other sports teams readying for the year include the Buena Vista High School golf team, which will be coached by Avery-Parsons Elementary teacher Luke Connally. The golf team has al…

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Buena Vista soccer finished with double-digits wins after falling to late-season nemesis Crested Butte 3-2 in a win-and-you’re-in game to advance to the state playoffs.

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The Lake County Panthers wrapped up their regular high school Alpine season last month on a beautiful day at home hill Ski Cooper. Results are included. Team members include, front row from left, coach Kurt Glaser, Catie Morgan (DNF), Laya Foley (26th), Gemma Nagel (32nd), Tal Sheleg (43rd),…

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The Buena Vista Lady Demons dropped a valentine’s night game at Colorado Springs Christian School 56-15, and then won two in a row to move on in the Tri-Peaks League District tournament.

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The Buena Vista Demons made it back-to-back fifth place state finishes when five wrestlers went to the medal stand on Saturday night at Ball Arena.

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Buena Vista High School wrestlers Seth Moss, a senior in the 182-pound weight class, and Caleb Camp, a sophomore in the 113-pound weight class, are state champions. The duo won their final matches late Saturday at Ball Arena in Denver.

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The Demon boys won one and lost one over the past week. They had one of their best shooting games of the season on Tuesday at home to win over Manitou Springs 54-40. They went on the road Thursday to Woodland Park and had trouble getting the ball through the basket losing 40-26.

After having their Wednesday game with CSCS postponed because of snow to Monday, Feb. 14, the team went on the road Saturday to Centauri. It was a tough night getting the ball in the hoop and the team lost 51-14.

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The Lake County Panthers competed in their second Giant Slalom race of the CHSAA season Jan. 28 at home hill Ski Cooper. The frigid but sunny morning weather led to a beautiful day of ski racing on great snow conditions.

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The Demon round-ballers were 1-2 in the past week. They dropped a close one at home 42-40 to Florence, battled league leading St. Mary’s to a 76-47 loss and then won a home game against Lamar on Saturday, 54-37.

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Buena Vista went to another highly competitive multi-classification tournament the past weekend and finished fifth behind Centauri, Alamosa, Eaton and Mullen.

The Buena Vista Demons picked up two wins in the first week of 2022 to improve to 5-1, 3-0 on the season.

The Demons hosted Banning Lewis Academy and won 57-36 Wednesday, Jan. 5, then traveled to The Vanguard School Friday and won a close contest 42-35.

The Lady Demons split games in the past week to move to 5-2 for the season.

The 51-38 loss to league power The Vanguard on Friday, Jan. 7 was their first Tri-Peaks League loss and they now stand at 2-1. On Wednesday, they traveled to Banning Lewis Academy and returned home with a 48-21 victory.

The Buena Vista Demon wrestlers gained valuable experience at the Cheyenne Mountain Classification Clash Saturday, Jan. 8.

Representing Class 2A, the Demons placed 11th out of 16 teams. Individually three Buena Vista wrestlers placed second and one placed fifth.

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The Lady Demons went 1-1 at their own home tournament. On Friday, they soundly defeated Gunnison 44-23, then fell to Grand Valley 47-22 Saturday afternoon.

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After making a schedule adjustment when the season’s first winter storm stopped travel to the Western Slope Friday, the entire Buena Vista wrestling team headed south to Salida for the Rob Mickel tournament.