Area Sports Briefs
A.J. Joiner is in 29th place at the Collegiate Players Tour Nationals being played at Texas Star Golf Course in Euless, Texas. The 2006 Roaring Fork graduate shot a 75 in the first round on Tuesday. Wednesday’s results were not available.
The tournament consists of three rounds and will conclude today.
Glenwood Springs High School cross country practice begins on Monday at 8 a.m. Interested athletes should meet at the high school’s front parking lot and need to complete a physical and paperwork with athletic director Steve Cable before participating.
Information: Coach Mike Schneiter, 970-309-4795.
Meetings will be held for parents of Rifle and Coal Ridge fall athletes, giving them a chance to meet with coaches and go over the expectations for the fall.
Coal Ridge’s meeting will take place Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. at CRHS. Rifle’s will be held on Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. at RHS.
There will be a meeting for parents of students participating in the 2006 Roaring Fork Rams High School football program on Aug. 14 at 7:15 p.m. at Roaring Fork High School in the presentation room.
The coaching staff will be on hand to answer questions about the upcoming season. A current physical and all paperwork required by RFHS, including a $75 athletic fee must be turned in to the athletic directors office before a student will be allowed to practice.
Information: Jon Nell, 384-5753.
The first day of practice for Coal Ridge High School’s football, volleyball, cross country and boys soccer teams will be held Aug. 14 at 3:30 p.m.
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