Area Sports Briefs
Former area basketball stars Aaron Markham (Roaring Fork) and Sean Flohr (Glenwood Springs) were recently named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honor roll. The duo, who play for the Mesa State men’s basketball team, had to have GPA of 3.20 or higher as well as be a starter or key reserve and completed two consecutive semesters or three quarters at Mesa State to make the cut.
Markham, a sophomore, is studying business and has a grade-point-average of 3.27. Flohr, a redshirt freshman, is studying business management, has a 3.22 GPA.
Climb for the Climate, a recreational rock-climbing competition, will be hosted by Colorado Mountain College at the rock wall of the Roaring Fork Campus-Spring Valley Center from 6-10 p.m. on Saturday (Jan. 26).
An entry fee will be determined by each climber’s status with the American Bouldering Series.
This event is a precursor to Focus the Nation, an unprecedented national teach-in to raise awareness of global-warming issues. All proceeds from the climbing competition will support Focus the Nation and climate-change awareness.
For more information about Climb for the Climate, call 947-8237 or visit http://www.rockcomps.com. For information about other Focus the Nation events, please call 947-8237 or visit http://www.focusthenation.org.
Registration for the 2008 season of Three Rivers Little League will be held on Thursday, Feb. 7, and Wednesday Feb. 13, 2008 from 5-7 p.m. Children who live within the Three River Little League boundaries are eligible to enroll to play baseball. Registration is required even if the child played previously.
Registration will be held at Carbondale Middle School, Basalt Middle School, and Glenwood Springs Elementary School. At least one parent or legal guardian must be present, with one proof of residence and an original or state-certified copy of the child’s birth certificate. The documents will be inspected and returned at registration. Season starts April 5.
Information: Eva Cerise, 963-3744.
The Roan Plateau Soccer Association is looking for coaches for its U18 boys team during the 2008 spring state league. This is a volunteer position with a time commitment spanning from March through the end of May.
Practices are held three days a week for two hours. The season consists of five home and five away games and travel could be as far as Pueblo. Coaches should have a competitive soccer background.
The Glenwood Springs U14 girls soccer team is seeking one or two additional players. These roster spots are for serious players who are ready for the challenge of competing in the classic division of the CYS state soccer league.
If you are an advanced player, 13 or 14 years old, and would like to be considered for this opportunity, contact the Glenwood Soccer Club at 945-6091.
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