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Area sports briefs

University of Colorado cheerleader and Glenwood Springs High School grad Molly Ackerman can be spotted on TV this weekend, making an appearance on the next Colorado Sportswomen special at 6 p.m. tonight on CBS4.

The Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department men’s competitive basketball league wrapped its season last week.Team Picore (7-4) beat the Glenwood Dawgs (3-8) by a score of 68-45.Team Holder (11-0) routed the Monstarz (1-10) 97-61. Abacu Luna scored 26 for Holder while Nick Finley dropped in 34 points for the Monstarz.In the championship game, Team Holder defeated Team Picore 62-49.

The parks and recreation departments of Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Aspen are collaborating on the first-ever Men’s Competitive Basketball Valley Championship, slated for Sunday at the Aspen Skier Dome.This tournament involves the first- and second-place teams from the rec leagues in Glenwood, Carbondale and Aspen. Play starts at noon and admission is free.Information: Matthew Kraemer, 384-6313.

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