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Area Sports Briefs

Area golfer captures titleMark Barleau, representing the Lakota Canyon Golf Course, earned his second straight Colorado Golf Association Super Senior division championship at a recent tournament at the Meridian Golf Club course in Englewood.Barleau defeated Dan Dicker 6-4 in the championship match. 2005 Springers track meeting An informational meeting about the Glenwood Springs youth summer club track program is at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Glenwood Springs Middle School cafetorium.The track club is open to boys and girls 8-18 years old.Registrations will be available at the meeting and the first week of team practice. The first team practice is May 25 at the Glenwood Springs High School track. Information: Mike Kishimoto, 379-3365;, New Castle Lions golf event setThe second annual Lions at Lakota charity golf outing is June 3 at the Lakota Canyon Golf Course. The event is a four-person team scramble, limited to the first 72 golfers who register for the event.Cost is $110 per person or $400 per team. Lunch and beverages are included.The event benefits local vision care and scholarships for area youth, along with community needs.Information: Peggy Cox, 876-2902; For Your Life race on June 4The first Run For Your Life race and fun run is slated for Saturday, June 4, in Carbondale.The event consists of a 4-mile run and a 1-mile fun run, starting and finishing at Triangle Park. All races start at 8:15 a.m.There will be seven age categories, with awards going to the top three men and women in each age group. Finishers will qualify for a raffle to win prizes and gift certificates to local restaurants for a special heart-healthy meal. All proceeds from the event benefit the Glenwood Springers Track Club and Valley View Hospital’s new Cardiac and Vascular Center.Information and registration: Rusty Harrison, 379-9881; Greg Feinsinger, 963-8428; Days tennis tournament on tapThe Strawberry Days tennis tournament for junior and adult players will be June 15-19, with singles, doubles and mixed-doubles divisions in a number of different age and ability levels. Entry forms are available at the Glenwood Springs Community Center.

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