Local Sports Briefs
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
The New Castle Recreation Department is taking registrations for the New Castle co-ed adult soccer league. This is an 8v8 recreational soccer league. Games are played on Sunday afternoons and begin this Sunday. The cost is $350 per team.
Contact New Castle Recreation for more details at 984-3352.
Registration for the Glenwood Canyon Shuffle Race for Literacy, a half-marathon run and 5K run/walk, is now open. This year’s race through the scenic Glenwood Canyon is Oct. 1.
The New Castle Recreation Department is looking for fall and winter wrestling coaches for its youth wrestling program.
Contact New Castle Recreation at 984-3352 if interested.
Registration is now open for the adult volleyball league offered at the Glenwood Springs Community Center. Visit http://www.glenwoodrec.com or call 384-6301 for more information.
Sept. 3-4 at Rifle Creek Golf Course
First gross – Roger Walters
Second gross – Keith Humerickhouse
Third gross – Doug Choate
First net – Marc Caldwell
Second net – Jeff Sutton
Third net – Doug Jones
First gross – Patrick Burwell
Second gross – Jeff Hauer
Third gross – Earl Cherry
First net (tie) – John Cota, Jim Grabe
Third net – David Jeffers
First gross – Steve Stanek
Second gross – Rick Lefavor
Third gross – Brandyn Bair
First net – Pat Hayes
Second net – Tim McCoy
Third net – Mike Smith
First gross -Stanley Wailes
Second gross – Justin McCormick
Third gross – Craig Denton
First net – Bob Spuhler
Second net – Steve Jensen
Third net – Troy Mannon
Sept. 2 at Rifle Creek Golf Course
First pro – Doug Rohrbaugh
Second pro (tie) – Kyle Daneill and Keith Humerickhouse
First team – Kyle Daniell, Marc Caldwell, Mark Sours, Steve Stanek, Rick LeFavor
Second team – Gabe Alcala, John Elmer, Brandyn Bair, Delwynn Fletcher, Dave Kotz
Third team (tie) – Doug Rohrbaugh, Matt Verheul, Jeff Knable, Steve Beattie, Jeff Hauer; Joe Elliott, Andy Aho, Patrick Burwell, Phil Gallagher
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