Area Sports Briefs
It was another successful turnout for Team Roaring Fork in July 22-24’s Courage Classic cycling ride from Leadville to Copper Mountain.Thirty-eight bikers suited up for the local team, making it the eighth largest team in the ride. Team Roaring Fork also raised about $15,000 for The Children’s Hospital in Denver. The team, which has participated in the ride for the past few years, increased its members and raised more money than last year.”Each year we get to know more and more people,” said Roaring Fork team member Pat Bohman. “All the other teams are starting to recognize us as possible contenders for being big fundraisers. It’s really great to see all our riders from the Western Slope support The Children’s Hospital.”Bohman’s daughter Kelsey, a leukemia survivor who hit the five-year cancer-free mark earlier this year, rode with Roaring Fork again this year. Pat said the 17-year-old has improved her pedaling skills.”The weather was perfect. We all had a great time,” Pat said. “Best of all we came home tired because it was really hard to keep up with Kelsey this year.”
Coal Ridge High School will hold tryouts for its boys golf team at Lakota Canyon Golf Course Aug. 7-8 at 4 p.m. Anyone interested will need to have their physical and training rules signed and updated prior to the start of tryouts.Information: Scott Zevin, 948-6478.
There will be a meeting for all students interested in participating in a fall sport for Glenwood Springs High School at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 8, at the high school. Parents are invited as well.Paperwork required by GSHS and CHSAA will be handed out at the meeting. A member of each fall sports coaching staff, except for boys golf, will attend to answer individual questions. A $75 athletic fee, all paperwork and a current physical is required and must be turned in to the school’s athletic director prior to being able to practice. Information: GSHS Athletic Director Steve Cable, 945-2285.
The third annual Longhorn Stampede 5K is set for Saturday at Basalt High School. The race is a fundraiser for Basalt High’s boys and girls cross country programs.Race-day registration begins at 7:45 a.m. with the race beginning at 8:30 a.m. Refreshments and age group awards will be provided.The 30th annual Basalt Half Marathon is slated for Aug. 19. Race-day sign-up will start at 6:15 a.m. in front of Basalt Middle School. Buses will transport runners to the start near the Ruedi Dam at 7 a.m. The race will begin at 7:45 a.m. Preregistration is available at http://www.active.com. Information: Ron Lund, 618-2063.
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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.