Area Sports Briefs
In the 10th week of play in the Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department men’s competitive basketball league at the Glenwood Community Center, Team Holder routed The Glenwood Dawgs, 81-62. Brenden Rigsby scored 18 for Team Holder and Daniel Koski scored 19 for the Dawgs.
In the second game, Team Picore overwhelmed the Monstarz, 83-50, with Chris Hoffmeister and Beau Rodest leading Team Picore with 26, while Nick Finley led the Monstarz with 17.
Come and watch the exciting league tournament play this Saturday at the Community Center from 5-7 p.m. Admission is free to those that wish to come and watch only.
Information: Matthew, 384-6313.
Rifle Creek Golf’s Tuesday Twilight League is beginning soon.
Sign-ups are April 10, 17 and 24 at 5:30 p.m. at the Rifle Creek Golf Course. The league starts May 1.
Information: Cindy, 876-0648; Rifle Creek Golf Course, 625-1093.
The Glenwood Springs Ladies Golf Club will begin its 2007 season on Saturday, April 28, at The Hill. Registration will be held at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun scramble start following at 9 a.m.
There will be a lunch and meeting following play.
The High Skills Girls Basketball Camp will be held at the Glenwood Springs Middle School gymnasium June 11-14. The camp is open to all area girls grades 6-12 and will feature two nightly sessions, one for middle school girls and one for high school girls. There will be several coaches at the camp each evening to maximize individual instruction for the players. Former Mesa State College men’s basketball coach Doug Schakel will be at camp June 13 to give his shot doctor clinic. Cost of the camp is $50. Applications can be picked up in the offices of area high schools and middle schools. Each camp session will be limited to 30 campers. Try to register early.
Information: 945-0979 or 618-7956.
The Roaring Fork Women’s Triathlon team will hold a question and answer and registration meeting on Wednesday, April 18 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Glenwood Medical Associates lobby at 1830 Blake Street, Glenwood Springs.
The 2007 summer triathlon class will include the fundamentals of swimming, biking and running/walking for beginners to winners in a supportive group atmosphere. The 14-week program will conclude with a weekend in Denver to participate in the Tri For The Cure Sprint Triathlon.
Class meets two times weekly on Wednesday and Saturday mornings beginning May 2 and ending Aug. 4. Cost is $375 for new members.
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The Glenwood Springs High School girls swim and dive team capped an undefeated season over the weekend, winning the Southwest Conference finals in dominating fashion.