Area sports briefs
Due to rain, the Hershey Track and Field Meet scheduled for Wednesday morning was postponed to Monday, June 16. The competition held at the Roaring Fork High School track in Carbondale is open to boys and girls ages 9-14 and will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Participation is free.
Rifle High School is looking for a head boys and head girls soccer coach. Contact athletic director Michael Green at 987-2155 or leave information with the district office at 625-7600 if interested.
Registration for the 24th annual Tri-Glenwood Triathlon is open at triglenwood.com. The race date is Sept. 7. Do not delay as the race fills quickly.
The Carbondale Soccer Club is currently accepting player registrations for boys and girls in divisions U6-U18 (Pre-K through 12th grade) for the fall season. Registration forms are available at the Carbondale Recreation and Community Center, area schools or online at http://www.carbondalesoccerclub.org. For further information please call 704-1838. Deadline is June 15. All players are encouraged to register as soon as possible to avoid wait lists as team rosters fill up.
The Coal Ridge volleyball staff and players will be hosting two kids camps this summer. Camp is open to all kids Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade. The camps will be held June 17-19 and July 8-10 from 1-4 at Coal Ridge High School.
The cost is $40 for one session or $60 for both sessions. Preregister by June 13 by contacting Denise Greene at email@example.com or 984-3813.
The Carbondale Recreation Department is offering an introductory teeball program for boys and girls. Get your kids ready for Little League Baseball or Softball by signing them up for this month-long program starting June 17. This program is for ages 5-6 and will be held at Miners Park. Cost is $35.
Information: Becky 704-4116.
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After losing the 3A Western Slope League race in a tough, five-set loss to Basalt on April 15, the Coal Ridge High volleyball team finds its playoff fate partly out of its own hands.