Carl Frerichs was worried about his defense coming into the season, considering it lost so much talent. Maybe not worried, but very much aware of the physical skill sets that graduated and needed to be replaced.
It wasn't long ago that Crawford Field in El Jebel was covered in snow. This being where the Aspen baseball team practices and plays its home games, about the only real time spent playing outdoors early this season came in games either in Grand Junction or Denver.
A lot has changed for the Basalt High School girls tennis team in two years. In that time — which accounts for the entirety of its existence — it’s gone from a small junior varsity group to a full-fledged varsity team.