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Area Sports Briefs

Rifle High School baseball coach Troy Phillips’ annual Rocky Mountain Baseball Camp is today through June 3. Practices run from 8-10:30 a.m. each day at the Deerfield Park Complex in Rifle. The camp is open to players ages 8-16. Cost is $50.

Information: 625-5376.

Participating in the 2005 Glenwood Springs Soccer Club Memorial Day Weekend Tournament at Gates Soccer Park, the Glenwood Ice U12 girls and the Silt U14 girls won their respective divisional championship games Sunday.

In a tight championship contest, the Ice U12 defeated Glenwood’s U11 team, 3-2. Silt defeated Glenwood, 3-1, in the U14 title match.

The U Go Girls, from Denver, earned the U13 girls championship.

Front Range boys teams won the U11 and U14 crowns.

In the U11 match, the Tarantulas earned a 5-0 shutout win over the Basalt Tsunamis, and Manchester United bested Monument United, 1-0, on a penalty kick to capture the U14 championship.

The Grand Mesa Fire, of Grand Junction, won the U12 boys championship.

The Hoop D’Ville 3-on-3 basketball tournaments at the outside courts at Sayre Park start at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 4.

Entry fee is $85 per team, with a maximum roster of four players. Early registration is recommended, but entires will be accepted up to the start of games.

The open-age tournament features players and teams ranging from 15-50.

Information: Michael Picore, 945-7422 or 309-2911.

The Alpine Bank Shootout, a Colorado Junior Golf Association-sanctioned tournament, will be June 13-14 at Rifle Creek Golf Course. Separate events are slated for boys and girls, age 4-12 and 13-18.

Entry fee is $25 for the 4-12 tournament and $35 for 13-18 tournament.

Tee times start at 1 p.m. June 13, then resume with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start June 14. A putting and chipping contest is part of Monday’s activities.

Information: 625-1093.

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