Area sports briefs
Registration for area youth hockey players, ages 6-18, for the 2005-06 Glenwood Youth Hockey program is Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at the Hotel Colorado. A second registration session will be held on Sunday, Sept. 18, at the same time and location.
Information: Lisa, 945-9346; http://www.glenwoodyouthhockey.com
Three division titles were decided at the opening day of the 33rd annual MotherLode Volleyball Tournament Thursday in Aspen.
Winners included Sue Holmes and Ilga Celmins in the women’s masters division (35 and older). Dave Akin from Monument and his partner Greg Goodman from California took the men’s seniors (50 and older) title. Californians Doug White and Dan LaFontaine won the final divisional championship that day.
The MotherLode tournament continues play through Monday.
The 27th annual Foulkrod golf tournament, which benefits the Roaring Fork Public Education Foundation, takes place at Ironbridge Golf Club Saturday, Sept. 10.
The format is a four-player team scramble. Golfers can register as a team, solo, pair or triple. Teams will be made up from those players.
Fees are $200 per person or $800 for teams. Cost includes golf cart, a souvenir hat, dinner at the Village Smithy on Friday and Saturday evening’s post-event barbecue.
Additional events surrounding the golf tournament include a hole-in-one contest, men’s and ladies longest drives and a closest-to-the-pin contest.
Information: 379-6595; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Metro Rugby football club will hold a training camp Saturday through Monday at Glenwood Park. This is the second straight year the rugby team has set up training camp in town.
Players consists of students from the Community College of Denver, Metro State College and the University of Colorado-Denver. Metro is coached by former Glenwood Defiance player Gregg McCorkle.
Individual and skill work takes place Saturday and Sunday from 5-7 p.m. Camp concludes Monday at noon with a split-squad scrimmage against the Mesa State Rugby team.
Spectators are welcome to attend training sessions and the scrimmage.
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Fans, players and coaches on both sides of Stubler Memorial Field seemed to know it would come down just the way it did, regardless of who had the ball at the end.