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KFTM Sports Update 10/11/23

Fort Morgan volleyball had three players with double digit kills, but needed four sets to get past winless Skyline last night. Presley Siebrands led the Lady Mustangs with 14 kills, fellow Senior Allie Guererro had 11 and Ava Taylor set a new career high with 10. Fort Morgan hosts Roosevelt on Thursday for senior night and their regular season home finale. First serve at 6:30pm on hometown radio KFTM, 94.1 FM and online at

Wiggins held off Falcons to win their second straight five set match (3 to 2) in Briggsdale. The Lady Tigers have the remainder of the week off and travel to Limon next Tuesday at 4:30pm. In other volleyball, Brush was swept for the second straight night at home against Resurrection Christian, (three sets to none) and play at Timnath tomorrow night at 6:3opm.

And finally, Fort Morgan soccer has now won two straight following a (3-1) road win at Roosevelt last night. The Mustangs are (5-5-1) on the season with four more matches remaining and are back home tomorrow afternoon against Niwot at 4pm.

Fifteenth ranked Brush softball travels to Strasburg Saturday to take on the 18th seed Meeker in the opening round of the 3A region 2 tournament. First pitch is set for 12:15 pm and will be carried in its entirety on hometown radio KFTM, 94.1 FM, and The championship game is scheduled for 2:30pm, with Lady Digger coverage moving to our sister station KAT Country 98-3 and online at due to Fort Morgan Football at Kennedy on KFTM.

I will talk Brush softball with head coach Tom Odle tonight on Morgan Sports Talk live from Morgan Lanes. Other guests included Ty Davies, as we discuss Fort Morgan’s first win of the season, and former Mustang head basketball coach Ty Trahern, who was inducted into the CSU-Pueblo Hall of Fame over the weekend. Morgan Sports Talk from 6p to 7pm on hometown radio KFTM.

Fort Morgan High School has hired Lucas Devlin as their new athletic director. Devlin, previously the AD for Bennett High School and Middle school, was approved at the Morgan County School District Re-3 school board meeting last week and replaces Bob Campbell who resigned in August.


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