Area Sports Briefs
Junior doubles volleyball tourney coming up
All junior girls ages 12-18 are invited to compete in Defiance Volleyball Club’s first junior outdoor doubles tournament of the summer. Play begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 10. Preregistration cost is $30, or $50 on the day of the tournament
Information: Denise Green, 984-3813, email@example.com; Shelli Ivie, shelli.ivie@
Junior camps teeing off at Lakota Canyon
Lakota Canyon Golf Course will be hosting three junior camps this summer. The first session will take place June 5-8, the second June 19-22 and the final July 17-20.
The cost for each is $250 and the camps cover all aspects of the game. They run from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. each day and registration ends one week prior to each session.
Information: John Pelland, 984-9700.
Coal Ridge to host UNC volleyball camp
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, times will be 9 a.m. to noon, 1-5 p.m. and 5:30-7:30 p.m. for both days.
Information: Denise Greene, 984-3813; greene@
Gypsum participates in Global golf tourney
There is a very unique charity golf event on June 12 at Gypsum’s Cotton Ranch Club. The event will be part of a global, same-day international charity tournament spanning six continents.
The unique Christel House Open format features more than two dozen courses, all hosting tournaments on June 12. From Queensland, Australia, to Oahu, Hawaii, the global charity event will have more courses in participating countries than any other one-day charity golf tournament in the world.
The winning team from the Cotton Ranch Club tournament will receive its choice of a four-day, three-night golf getaway to Myrtle Beach, S.C., or World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla.
On hundred percent of proceeds will benefit the children of Christel House and the Vail Valley Charitable Fund. Registration for the Christel House Open is open to the public.
Information: Sue Fontanese, 970-845-4512.
Aspen Race For the Cure set for July 15
The 16th annual Aspen Race for the Cure will be held Saturday, July 15, at 8:30 a.m.
The 5K co-ed run/fitness walk will begin and end at Rio Grande Park.
Prior to July 13, online registration is $30 and can be done at http://www.aspenraceforthecure.com, paper registration is $30 and race-day registration is $40. All participants receive a T-shirt.
Other activities on July 15 include the Aspen Dog Walk for the Cure, a one-mile Family Fun walk, Komen Kids 100-yard Dash, Sleep for the Cure and Shop for the Cure. Pull for the Cure, a skeet shooting contest, will take place on Sunday, July 16.
Information: Race hotline, 970-920-0250; http://www.aspenraceforthecure.com
Registration now being accepted for Tri-Glenwood
Registration is now open for the 22nd Annual Tri-Glenwood Triathlon on September 10, 2006. Applications are available at http://www.triglenwood.com.
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