Area Sports Briefs
Tami Holt and Terrie Samuelson took home top gross-score honors from the annual Storm King Ladies Open at Glenwood Springs Golf Club.Holt and Samuelson combined on an 80 in the best-ball formatted tournament to edge out mother-daughter combo Karen and Michelle Stripp, who carded an 81 in A Flight play. Finishing third in the gross-score standings were Erin Galbreath and Theresa Zelenka (86).Winning the A Flight net-score battle were Ann Gilmer and Susan Ramsey, who paired up on a 60. Ginger Franke and Erin Wiencek’s 64 was good enough for second. Michel Clark and Loise Stanton and Nondis Lowther and Diann Robertson tied for third with rounds of 69.Debbie Ely and Terri Bittle took top honors in the B Flight gross-score race, shooting an 84. They were tailed by Susan Schmit-Farmer and Jodie Mathies (88) and Michelle David and Julie Gortsema (94).Robin Ely and Conny Olson bested the field in the net-score B Flight standings, posting a 59. Candy Hammerich and Julia Conrad (60) finished second and Donni Cochran and Kristi Shelton were third (62).The Storm King Ladies open featured 30 teams of two.
Glenwood Springs resident Matthew Ehlers won a pair of powerlifting medals at the State Games of the West in Colorado Springs over the weekend. He took home gold from both the men’s 100- and 125-kilogram events.The State Games featured 31 sports and athletes from 13 western states.
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