Area Sports Briefs
Roaring Fork High School has authorized Media All-Stars to produce and sell advertising for a sports calendar featuring RFHS athletics. Proceeds will benefit the athletics fund.
Only Media All-Stars has been authorized to produce and sell advertising for Roaring Fork High School sports calendars.
Questions: Roaring Fork High School athletic director, Larry Black, 963-3449.
The Hogback Hustle, a 5K run, a benefit for Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, is Saturday, July 9.
The race, part of the 2005 Burning Mountain Festival, starts at the New Castle Family Fitness parking lot, winds around Castle Valley Boulevard to Seventh Street, back to Main Street, then finishes at Burning Mountain Park.
Starting time is 8:30 a.m.
Entry fee is $15 prior to race day. Registration forms are available at New Castle Family Fitness, 820 Castle Valley Blvd., New Castle, New Castle Town Hall or online at http://www.newcastlechamber.org.
A late fee of $5 applies to participants who register on race day.
Barney Mulligan and Mike Spence finished second and third in the 70-and-older division at Sunday’s Strawberry Shortcut 10-kilometer race with times of 1 hour, 1 minute, 26.70 seconds and 1:01:36.50, respectively. Incorrect times appeared in Tuesday’s paper.
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Area prep basketball teams begin their 2019-20 campaigns with tournament action both home and away this weekend.