Montrose Ashden Oberg blocked shot state title game

Montrose's Ashden Oberg blocks a shot during the 4A state championship game at Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs on Sunday, March 21, 2021. (Paul DiSalvo/PaulDiSalvoPhotography.com)

Hopeful to finish off an undefeated season and come home with a state title, the moment didn’t come to pass for No. 3 Montrose (18-1). Behind Elijah Knudsen and a strong defense, No. 5 Mead (15-3) defeated the Indians 68-44 on Sunday in the 4A state title game.

There were plenty of moments when Montrose cut the deficit to single digits during Sunday’s contest. The Indians entered the second quarter with a 21-6 deficit, and stormed back to cut Mead’s lead to 27-23.

Ashden Oberg rebound 4A state title game

Montrose's Ashden Oberg grabs a rebound during the 4A state title game against Mead on Sunday, March 21, 2021. 



Josue Perez is a staff writer for the Montrose Daily Press

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