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Special to the Post Independent/ Erin M. Cady Seven year old Wyatt Milhollan may have been the smallest, but he pulled out some of the biggest tricks in the street competition at Two Rivers Park Sunday. Wyatt ended up taking first place in the indermediate category.
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Littleton resident highlight of skateboard competitionWyatt Mulhollan was the smallest competitor, but, his abilities drew the largest reaction from skaters and spectators alike during Sunday’s Skate8 skateboard competition at Two Rivers Park.The 7 year-old from Littleton’s balancing act on rail along with his high-flying antics off the ramp at the park’s skateboard complex drew comments of “Rad” and “Cool” from his competitors.Along with “Wows” from the spectators sitting on the grassy berm adjoining the competition area.Mulholland’s high score of 32 from the three-person judging panel after the second of his two one-minute routines won him the competition’s intermediate street division. Five local participants also earned titles at the Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation’s annual event, that attracted 31 participants.Shane Gonzales of Glenwood won the beginner street division. Mike Claffee of Silt was the advance street division champion.Claffee also won the advanced half pipe division with a high mark of 30 points over David Jimenez and Jonathan Kale. Adam Sobke and Braden Taylor had the best scores in the half pipe’s beginner and intermediate divisions, respectively.

Another skateboarding competition is scheduled to be held in Carbondale on August 20. Three Rivers Football registration open in C-daleCARBONDALE – Registration materials for Carbondale youth interested in playing Three Rivers Football are available through the Carbondale Recreation Department. Grades third through sixth are eligible for the league.Coaches for the third- and fourth-grade teams are also needed.Information: Mike Cerise, 963-4584 ext. 201 (day) or 963-3744 (night).Demon Fall Football Camp set for MondayThe Demon Fall Football Camp will take place at Glenwood Springs High School Monday through Thursday from 4-7 p.m.. The camp is open to those entering grades seven through 12 and will be taught by the Glenwood Springs High School coaching staff.Registration begins at 3:30 p.m. on Monday and the cost is $30 with T-shirts and shorts included.

Information: GSHS head football coach Rocky Whitworth, 963-3300.Volleyball referee meetings on tapA meeting for new volleyball referees is scheduled Thursday at 6 p.m. at Dos Hombres Restaurant.Information: Pam, 945-9161 or 379-9705.GSHS boys soccer meeting Monday at GSHSThe fall boys soccer meeting for Glenwood Springs High School players and/or parents is scheduled for Monday at 7 p.m. in the Glenwood Springs High School multipurpose room. Prospective and returning players and parents are encouraged to attend. Information: GSHS head coach Bob Guska, 618-6987.



Demon youth volleyball camp set for Aug. 10Registrations are being accepted for the Demon Volleyball Camp, for girls entering grades 5-8, from 4-6 p.m. on Aug. 10-12 at the Glenwood Springs High School gymnasium. The cost is $30.Information: Denise Greene, 984-3813.GSHS volleyball parent meeting An informational meeting for parents of all students interested in playing volleyball at Glenwood Springs High School this fall will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 12, at the high school’s library.Information: Denise Greene, 984-3813.GSMS P.E. uniform deadline MondayToday is the deadline for Glenwood Springs Middle School students in sixth through eighth grades who need to order a P.E. uniform for the upcoming year. Order forms are available in the office at GSMS and the cost for a complete set is $15. Uniforms can also be purchased after school begins, but size selections may be limited.Today is the deadline for Glenwood Springs Middle School students in sixth through eighth grades who need to order a P.E. uniform for the upcoming year. Order forms are available in the office at GSMS and the cost for a complete set is $15. Uniforms can also be purchased after school begins, but size selections may be limited.


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