Battle Mountain boys fall to Demons in overtime

18th February, 2016 by

By Chris Freud

PALISADE —Glenwood Springs’ Cameron Horning is graduating this spring.Honest.Really.For sure.Unfortunately, the Demons senior hung around long enough to sink Battle Mountain boys basketball, 43-38, in overtime on Thursday, eliminating the Huskies from the district tournament in Palisade and state-tournament contention.“That’s good,” Huskies coach Phil Tronsrue said of Horning’s departure. “I’m happy.”Horning is perfectly wonderful student athlete. It’s nothing personal. It’s that the kid dropped 25 points on the Huskies, including six in the overtime frame.One of the many things that burns is this game didn’t go to form for the Huskies, who finish the season at 11-11. When Battle Mountain …

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