Local Sports Briefs
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Rifle’s Andrew Leyba made history by attending all six Northwestern Colorado Wrestling League tournaments and going undefeated in the 45- to 50-pound weight class in the 6-and-under division.
Leyba went 18-0 in the league with 15 wins coming by pin. He picked up the circuit’s outstanding wrestler award.
The season began in early March and consisted of six trying tournaments, which were held in Rifle, Hayden, Craig, Meeker, Parachute and Rangely. Kids from Utah and the Front Range competed alongside young Western Slope athletes. The league is for children 4 to 14 years old.
The Glenwood Springers Track Club will have an informational meeting at Glenwood Elementary School in the Bolitho building at 6 p.m. on May 13. The club is all area youth 8 to 18 years old.
E-mail Demontrk@aol.com or call Mike Kishimoto at 379-3365 for more information.
Lakota Canyon Ranch Golf Club is holding Friday night couples tournaments over the next several months.
The tournaments, which begin May 14, tee off with a 5 p.m. shotgun start. Tournament dates are: May 14 (sign up before May 7), June 18 (sign up before June 11), July 16 (sign up before July 9), Aug. 20 (sign up before Aug. 13) and Sept. 17 (sign up before Sept. 10).
Men will play from the blue tees. Women will play from the red tees. Handicaps will be used, so be sure to have an established handicap before the first tournament.
For $5 per person, hors d’oeuvres will be served at the clubhouse after the tourneys as winners are announced.
Sign up in the clubhouse. Leave your phone number and/or e-mail.
Glenwood Defiance Rugby is ready to kick off training for its upcoming season.
Training will be held at Glenwood Park at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting May 11. No experience is necessary and players of all skill levels are invited to play.
For information, call Eric at 319-9068.
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