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Area Sports Briefs

Gail McKerrihan sunk her first hole-in-one at Lakota Canyon Golf Club on Saturday, using a 6-iron to ace the seventh hole from 107 yards out. The shot was witnessed by her husband, Earl, and Debra and Scott Robinson.

Ted and Kyler Smith win gross title at Rifle Creek parent-junior tourneyTed and Kyler Smith combined on a 32 to edge out Trent and Steve Dinkel’s 33 to win the championship flight gross-score title at the Rifle Creek Golf Course Junior League’s parent-junior tournament on Sunday.Shawn Cruse and Jacey Hauer’s 21.5 topped the champ flight’s net-score standings. Joe Elliot and Elly Walters took second (22.75).Alyx and Angela Carter topped the first flight net-score standings, shooting a 38 to finish a stroke ahead of Clint Hostettler and Syddnie Evans. Jack and Maci Smith (23.75) and Ben and Julie Dunn (25.5) finished first and second in the net-score mix.Jim and Kaden Lord (39) took the second-flight gross crown, while Chad and Dave Smucker won the net-score title (25).

Gabriel King hit a hole-in-one at Lakota Canyon Golf Club on Friday, not Mike King as reported in Monday’s Post Independent. Swinging an 8-iron from the white tee on the 15th hole, King’s ace covered 127 yards and was witnessed by his father, Mike King.

Glenwood Springs High School is holding its informational fall sports meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the school. This is a change from the previously reported date of Aug. 7.Information: Craig Denney, 384-5553.

Three Rivers Youth Football is hosting a mandatory skills camp for all fifth- and sixth-graders playing football in Glenwood Springs this fall. The camp is scheduled for Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs Middle School fields. It is also a good opportunity for any players not yet registered to sign up and participate in the camp. Wear cleats and athletic clothes and bring water.Information: Susie Kellogg, 384-0268.

Rifle High School is holding a meeting for all athletes and their parents Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Re-2 district office. New policies and guidelines will be presented that are mandatory for all participants and their parents. Questions/information: Michael Green, 987-2155.

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