Demons’ reign of terror runs to 18

Img ?1512216803

CLOSE TO HOME: RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITY

Sports

Demons’ reign of terror runs to 18

DHS volleyball makes rival Cortez its next SWL victim
McKenna Franzen and the Durango Demons continued their reign of terror over the Southwestern League on Tuesday night, crushing Montezuma-Cortez’s hopes of insurrection 3-0 on Pink Digs for the Cure night at Durango High School. The Demons have won 18 consecutive SWL matches.
After a five-set win in Cortez two weeks ago, Gaby Razma and the Durango defense altered their strategy to account for the Montezuma-Cortez attack to the corners and slow sets. The Demons, behind strong service from Natalie Bulen and the rest of the team, won 25-19, 25-15, 25-19.
Kennedy Clark had 15 digs to lead the Demons on Tuesday night against Montezuma-Cortez. “I think it sends a positive statement,” Mikayla Montoya said of their rivalry win. “I’m prepared for the next chapter in our season. I think we’re all prepared.”
Zoe Cutler and Bella Bernazzani picked up plenty of key blocks Tuesday night. Cutler, a senior, stepped up from junior varsity to fill in for an injured Hannah Quick, and Cutler’s confident play added another weapon to the Durango arsenal in a straight-sets win.

Demons’ reign of terror runs to 18

McKenna Franzen and the Durango Demons continued their reign of terror over the Southwestern League on Tuesday night, crushing Montezuma-Cortez’s hopes of insurrection 3-0 on Pink Digs for the Cure night at Durango High School. The Demons have won 18 consecutive SWL matches.
After a five-set win in Cortez two weeks ago, Gaby Razma and the Durango defense altered their strategy to account for the Montezuma-Cortez attack to the corners and slow sets. The Demons, behind strong service from Natalie Bulen and the rest of the team, won 25-19, 25-15, 25-19.
Kennedy Clark had 15 digs to lead the Demons on Tuesday night against Montezuma-Cortez. “I think it sends a positive statement,” Mikayla Montoya said of their rivalry win. “I’m prepared for the next chapter in our season. I think we’re all prepared.”
Zoe Cutler and Bella Bernazzani picked up plenty of key blocks Tuesday night. Cutler, a senior, stepped up from junior varsity to fill in for an injured Hannah Quick, and Cutler’s confident play added another weapon to the Durango arsenal in a straight-sets win.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events