Area sports briefs
Efting, Potter card aces at LakotaJeff Potter and Bill Efting each notched a hole in one on the No. 7 at Lakota Canyon Ranch Golf Club.Potter’s ace came with a 5-wood from 185 yards out. Adam Young, John Elmer and Jon Schreiber witnessed the shot. Efting, the Basalt town manager, hit his hole-in-one with a 7-iron from 134 yards out. John Worcester, Steve Barwick and Bruce Bauldridge witnessed the ace.Superintendents’ Revenge golf tournament on tapThe Superintendents’ Revenge four-person scramble golf tournament is scheduled for Nov. 6 at Lakota Canyon Ranch Golf Tournament.And the golf superintendents at Lakota do plan on getting some revenge on players with, among other challenges, some “wicked” pin placements, according to the Lakota staff.The cost is $60 per player, and appetizers and beverages are included.Information: 984-9700.Youth Soccer RoundupWildfire remains unbeatenMichaela Mansfield scored a first-half hat trick and Savannah Pearson and Holly Brown netted two goals each as the U11 Glenwood Wildfire girls soccer team posted an 11-0 shutout against Basalt Saturday at Glenwood Park.Mansfield and Connor Adams, who scored in the second half, shared the shutout in goal. Adams started the game. Mansfield took over in the second half. The 5-0 Wildfire hosts Carbondale this Saturday morning.Glenwood Blue downs Basalt 6-1The Glenwood Blue U12 boys soccer team earned a 6-1 victory over Basalt last weekend. Ryan Buchanan led all scorers with two goals. Caine Hilderbrand, J.D. Weeden, Andrew Mansfield and Nate Kaup each scored one goal. Glenwood faces Carbondale this weekend.Sharks bite off another victoryThe Glenwood Springs Sharks U10 girls soccer team posted a 7-3 win over the Basalt Green.Breanne Gabossi, Aubrey Wolfe, Jackie Knott and Lillie McSwain were among the scorers for Glenwood. The Sharks improve to 6-0 on the season and face the Basalt Blue Saturday at Sayre Park.Breanne Gabossi, Aubrey Wolfe, Jackie Knott and Lillie McSwain were among the scorers for Glenwood. The Sharks improve to 6-0 on the season and face the Basalt Blue Saturday at Sayre Park.
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