Area Sports Briefs
Three Rivers Youth Football sign-ups are coming up for next season. Three Rivers is open to children entering third through sixth grades in the fall. The cost is $175 per player with family discounts and scholarships available. The TRY Football season runs from Aug. 29 through the end of October. Players can also register for the Rare Breed football camp (Aug. 3-5) at the TRY registration. The camp cost is $75.Registration dates and contact information are listed below: Carbondale, May 18, 4-7 p.m., Roaring Fork High School. Mike Cerise, 963-3744 or 379-9091. Glenwood Springs, May 18-19, 5-7 p.m., Glenwood Springs Elementary School. Scott Zerfoss, 945-0318. New Castle, May 18-19. Dave Alderson, 309-0911. Rifle, May 18-19. Mike, 618-6457. Basalt, May 24-25. Tom Banks, 963-2917
Dates for the Hoop D’Ville 3-on-3 basketball tournaments at the outside courts at Sayre Park have been set. The first event, a morning-to-afternoon affair, starts at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 4. The night tournament is July 23.The open-age tournament features players and teams ranging from 15-50.Information: Michael Picore, 945-7422.
Free physical screenings are available for current high school students who intend to play a fall sport at Roaring Fork High School. Physicals start at 3:30 p.m. on May 11 at the high school.Information: Larry Black, 384-5757.New date set forsoccer jamboreeThe Glenwood Springs Youth Jamboree for children 4- to 7-year-olds has been rescheduled for Friday. The location and time remains the same as the previous sessions.Information: 945-6091.
Sue Bardsley’s name was misspelled in Monday’s story on the Mother’s Day Mile. Additionally, after an accounting from race organizers, more than 500 participated in Sunday’s race.Race results and awards are available at Glenwood Medical Associates, or other arrangements can be made by calling 945-8503, ext. 3336.
Tyler Gose was incorrectly identified as Tyler Cose in some entries in the Area Statistical Leaders section in Tuesday’s paper. Tyler Gose currently has the fastest 300-meter hurdles time for Rifle.
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After a rough stretch through the middle of February, the Glenwood Springs High School boys hockey team is back in postseason contention following three straight wins.