The Aspen and Basalt football teams loaded up on Class 2A Western Slope League selections following strong seasons for both schools. The Skiers were led by senior quarterback R.J. Peshek, who won the league's "Back of the Year" award. Peshek threw for 2,608 yards with 30 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also led AHS with 765 yards rushing and 16 more scores on the ground. Aspen went 8-2 overall and made the playoffs for the first time since 2013.
Alex Ferreira has had two very different trips to New Zealand this fall. There was the one in early September, where the Aspen native edged France's Kevin Rolland to win the first ski halfpipe World Cup event of the 2018 season. Then there was the return trip a little over a month later when he broke his clavicle while training. Seemingly healthy again, Ferreira is hoping his season goes more like the first trip. Last winter, it was more like the latter.
Jamison Fuentes had other offers, notably from the junior college ranks, but none of those schools had a coach pursue him like Jim Capra of Adams State University. The Grizzlies soon-to-be sixth-year skipper had long sought the addition of Aspen High School's standout pitcher, a chase that ended Wednesday when Fuentes signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball in Alamosa.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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