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Area sports briefs

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Area Sports BriefsYouth soccer teams post winsTwo Glenwood Springs girls soccer teams earned victories in games played this weekend.Lily McSwain scored three goals and Jackie Knott added a score to lead the Glenwood Sharks U10 team to a 4-0 win over the host Rifle White on Saturday. Sharks goalkeeper Hannah Griffin posted the shutout as the Sharks posted their third win of the season.In a U12 game, the Glenwood Yellow downs the Vail Teal, 4-0, in a weekend contest played in Edwards. Miriah Martin scored two goals in the contest. Clare Thorsen and Kenzie Kuhn added solo goals. Emily Gentry assisted on three of Glenwood’s scores. GSHS tennis players earn victoriesThree Glenwood Springs High School students playing for Aspen High’s boys tennis team earned wins at recently played tournaments.In Hotchkiss, Sean Chatellard, in singles action, defeated players from Hotchkiss and Grand Junction Central. In a second tournament, held in Delta, Chatellard won three straight matches before losing the championship match to Montezuma-Cortez’s Seth Krammer.Doubles players Jason Wilson and Tim Cashel picked up a win at Hotchkiss, then lost in the second round at Delta.Carbondale race winners namedRick Carroll took home top honors at the annual Fossil Trot 5K race on the streets of Carbondale. Carroll’s time was not available on information given to the Post Independent by race organizers.Brad Palmer finished second at 20 minutes, 13 seconds, followed by Paul Freeman at 21:02. Will Tempest won the 1-mile run in 8:20, 13 seconds ahead of runner-up Paul Driskill’s 8:33 time. Jenny Tempest had the fastest women’s mile time – 8:33.50 – and finished third overall.Adult volleyball league openingsThe Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registrations for a six-on-six adult volleyball league.Women’s Recreation League games will be held Mondays. Coed Rec league games are scheduled for Wednesday. Both leagues are scheduled to begin on Oct. 11.Team fees are $175 for residents and $200 for nonresidents.Information: Andy, 384-6318.Youth bowling signupsChildren ranging in age from 1st grade through high school are invited to register for the Roaring Fork Valley YABA Bowling League.Signups take place at the El Jebowl Lanes at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 3.Information: 963-1978.Adult indoor soccer, hockey leagues on tapRegistration forms are available at the Glenwood Springs Community Center for Adult coed indoor soccer and hockey leagues this winter.Play begins for the indoor soccer league on Oct. 10 and runs on Sunday nights for 10 weeks in the Community Center gym. Team fees are $200 for residents and $225 for nonresidents. The indoor soccer league will be capped at six teams.Adult hockey league games are slated to start Sunday, Nov. 7 at the Community Center ice rink. The resident team fee is $1,000 and $1,200 for nonresident teams. Registration will be limited to the first four paid teams in each division offered.Information: Andy, 384-6318.

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