Local Sports Briefs
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Glenwood Springs High School postponed two Saturday sporting events at home due to field conditions after the recent snowy weather.
On the schedule was a girls soccer game against Eagle Valley and a girls tennis meet against Vail Mountain.
Glenwood Springs baseball team will host Middle Park in a doubleheader at 2 and 4 p.m.
Coal Ridge High School’s girls soccer game against visiting Aspen today has been postponed to Monday due to the recent snowy weather. The game will be made up Monday at 4 p.m.
Coal Ridge also postponed today’s home baseball doubleheader against Cedaredge to Monday. The first pitch is slated for 2 p.m.
Rifle’s girls golf team tore up Devil’s Thumb Golf Course, winning Thursday’s Delta Invitational.
Taylor Walters shot an 86 to pace the Bears, who saw Kieryn Wurtz-Hammond shoot a 99, Alyx Carter card a 104 and Allison Powell turn in a round of 122.
“I am very proud of the girls’ results for the first tournament of 2011,” Rifle coach Britt Choate said, “as a team and individually.”
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Valley Dynamite All-Star Cheer is forming a senior team. The group currently consists of six athletes, but to compete, more members are needed.
The team will be holding a meeting on Monday (March 21) at 6 p.m. in the Glenwood Springs Middle School auxiliary gymnasium.
Batter up! Carbondale Recreation is accepting registrations for adult softball for both its co-ed and men’s leagues.
The registration deadline is Friday, May 13. All fees are due at the time of sign-up, which is handled on a first-come, first-served basis.
No spots will be held without full payment and no partial payments will be accepted.
The cost for the Monday night co-ed league is $540 and the Tuesday night men’s league is $650.
Games begin in June.
Call the Carbondale Recreation Center at 704-4190 for more information.
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