Area Sports Briefs
University of Northern Colorado volleyball coaches will be coming to Coal Ridge High School on June 13-14 to put on an all-skills volleyball camp. Cost is $85, and times will be 9 a.m. to noon, 1-5 p.m. and 5:30-7:30 p.m. both days.
Information: Denise Greene, 984-3813; firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant Fegan scored both goals while keepers Mats Rosen and Vincent Marr thwarted attempts on the Glenwood Ice’s net in a 2-0 regular-season victory over the Vail Crush recently at Gates Soccer Park.
The Ice is scheduled to participate in the U11 boys division of the 2006 Glenwood Invitational Soccer Tournament this weekend.
The Glenwood Springs soccer club will conduct tryouts for their fall competitive teams May 30 and June 1 at Gates Soccer Park. Tryouts for the boys and girls U11 teams are at 5 p.m. May 30. The U12 competitive tryouts follow at 6 p.m.
Tryouts for the U13 and U14 boys and girls teams are at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., respectively, on June 1. A player’s age, as of July 31, determines the level at which they should compete.
Due to construction this summer, the Glenwood Springs High School campus will be closed. The high school is asking the community to donate space for its summer weightlifting program.
A space ranging from 1,200-1,600 square feet is needed from June 5 through Aug. 10.
Information: Steve Cable, 384-5553
Registrations are being accepted for youth soccer camps, instructed by the United Soccer Coaches Association, this summer. The four-day camps, open to boys and girls, are July 17-21 and August 7-11. Forms are available at glenwoodsoccer.org, the lobby of the Glenwood Springs Library and at the Corner Store in Spring Valley.
Deadline to register is June 15. Information: 945-6091; glenwoodsoccer.org
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The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team won 5-2 at home over Glenwood Springs on Saturday, but it didn’t come easy.