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Sports Briefs

Seventh-graders stole the show at Wednesday’s All-Star Fenceline run, a footrace involving Glenwood Springs Middle School physical education students.

On the boys side, Sergio Flores sped around the GSMS playing fields in 1 minute, 41.8 seconds to pick up the victory. On the girls side, Mae Lang Burns clocked in at 2:06.1. Both are seventh-graders.

Eighth-grader Dylan Mechling finished up the boys race in second place (1:43.7), with fellow eighth-grade runner Hayden Hassell placing third in 1:53.8.

Seventh-grader Reese Prough finished second in the girls race (2:12.7), with Hannah Stinson, an eighth-grader, coming in third at 2:13.6.

Some 18 runners competed in the girls race and 15 legged out the boys race.

The 14th annual Glenwood Springs Invitational soccer tournament will be held this weekend (Saturday and Sunday) at Gates Soccer Park (located at the Colorado Mountain College-Spring Valley campus) and the Glenwood Park soccer field.

Seventy teams will compete for medals in the U10-14 age brackets. An estimated 2,500 soccer fans will flock to Glenwood over the holiday weekend.

Glenwood Springs Soccer Club will sponsor two camps this summer.

A National Soccer Academy camp will be held June 18-22 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. for kids 6 to 16 years old. An Arsenal camp will be held Aug. 6-10 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for kids 4 to 14 years old.

Both camps offer half-day and full-day options and will be held at the Glenwood Park soccer field. Registration is available at and at the Glenwood Springs Community Center.

John Thorsen sunk a hole-in-one at Aspen Glen Club back on May 6. His ace traveled 174 yards to the cup on the fourth hole.

Claude St. Onge hit a hole-in-one at Glenwood Springs Golf Club on Tuesday. Swinging a 5-hybrid club, St. Onge’s shot sailed 160 yards on the third hole.

Louis Guay, Allan Cunningham and Otto Gretzinger witnessed the ace.

The Lakota Ladies Club invites golfers to come to Lakota Canyon Ranch for golf Wednesday nights at 5 p.m.

Call the course at 984-9700 for more information.

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