GCHS teams take top spots at basketball camp
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GCHS varsity team members pose after taking top honors at last weekend’s basketball camp. Pictured are (standing, from left) Taylor Torgerson, Brycen Haycock, Connor Guerrero, Masen Ward, Sean McKay, Cameron Hoppensteadt, Carter Hall, and coach Scott Horton; and (kneeling in front) Tyson Horton, Nolan Ramirez, and Brayden Schultz. 
					   Courtesy photo by Jennifer Horton
GCHS varsity team members pose after taking top honors at last weekend’s basketball camp. Pictured are (standing, from left) Taylor Torgerson, Brycen Haycock, Connor Guerrero, Masen Ward, Sean McKay, Cameron Hoppensteadt, Carter Hall, and coach Scott Horton; and (kneeling in front) Tyson Horton, Nolan Ramirez, and Brayden Schultz. Courtesy photo by Jennifer Horton
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Members of Grand County High School’s three basketball teams had a successful week during last week’s basketball camp held at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.

The camp, held from June 19-22, featured teams from Colorado, Arizona and Wyoming. During camp, numerous games were staged throughout the four days, with the Red Devils winning 27 of 30 matchups, or 90 percent of their contests.

According to GCHS head coach Scott Horton, Grand’s varsity basketball team went undefeated at 10-0. The GCHS junior varsity squad finished camp with a 9-1 record, and Grand’s freshmen team went 8-2.

Overall, all three Red Devil teams ended up taking first place in their respective categories.

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