The Riley brothers combined for 20 points and 10 rebounds as the Glenwood Springs boys downed Moffat County, 73-49, on Friday night.
Tucker, who scored 12, has been getting more and more playing time each game this season and good things seem to happen when he's on the floor.
"It was fun," Tucker said of the win. "I kind have the everywhere roll, just to be everywhere at the same time."
It's a roll he fits in well, especially with guards like Dakota Stonehouse and Kevin Screen to hook him up and score points of their own. Screen scored 13, including 3 three-pointers and Stonehouse had 14 points and four assists. Connor Riley finished the game with eight points.
Up, 36-27, at half, Glenwood let Moffat (3-4 WSL, 5-9 overall) get within six briefly in the third quarter before pulling away. The Demon defense held the Bulldogs to five points in the final quarter to seal the win.
For the Bulldogs, JT Hadden had 10 points; Eli Buckner, 14 points; Eli Hertzog, 6 points; and Michael Peters, 5 points.
The Bulldogs host Rifle today at 5:30 p.m.