Area Sports Briefs
Doug Rohrbaugh, the head golf professional at Iron Bridge Golf Club, sank a hole-in-one on the course on Saturday. Rohrbaugh hit the one-timer on the 15th hole with his nine iron.
The Carbondale Reds worked their way to a Three Rivers 11-12 majors division title on May 25 after downing the Carbondale Cubs 1-0. Twelve-year-old Cody Derby pitched a shutout for the Reds while Johnny Nieslanik also had an impressive pitching performance, but game up one run for the loss.
The Carbondale Soccer Club is currently accepting player registrations for boys and girls in divisions Under 6 through U-18 for the fall season. Registration forms are available at the recreation department in Carbondale Town Hall or online at http://www.carbondalesoccerclub.org. Deadline is Thursday.Information: 704-1838.
Fall registration for Glenwood Springs Soccer Club developmental teams is due Thursday. Forms are available at the Glenwood Springs Public Library, at http://www.glenwoodsoccer.org or at the Corner Kick store. Forms are also available for two United Soccer Coaches summer camps being held at Glenwood Park July 17-21 and Aug. 7-11.
Caroline Cretti, the 2002 Roaring Fork graduate and distance running star keeps reeling in the awards. On top of winning two NCAA Division III national titles last month and now preparing for the United States Olympic Development Camp, Cretti has received more accolades.The Williams College senior was named the 2006 New England U.S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association Track Athlete of the Year and selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic-All-American Second Team.
One of the most respected and experienced soccer training organizations in the United States, Challenger British Soccer Camps has been invited to offer one of its training camps Aug. 7-11 at Triangle Park, River Valley Ranch in Carbondale. This week-long camp offers one-hour programs for 3- and 4-year-olds, one-and-a-half hour and two-hour sessions for 4- to 9-year-olds and half-day and full-day options for 10- to 14-year olds. It focuses on individual foot skill development, unopposed and opposed practices and game-related matches. Each camper chooses a country to represent in daily scrimmages for the always popular Camp World Cup. Go to http://www.challengersports.com to register, or pick up a brochure at Carbondale Town Hall. Participants who sign up by June 23 online will receive a free British Soccer replica jersey. Families are needed to host a coaches.Information: Dave Ritchie, 963-8963.
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