Area Sports Briefs
Football championship ticket prices set
General admission prices for Saturday’s Sterling-Rifle Class 3A state football championship game are $8 for adults, $6 for students K-12 and seniors 60 and above and free for age 4 and younger.
The only passes accepted at the gate are those issued by the Colorado High School Activities Association. All persons showing CHSAA passes will be asked for proper identification.
Admission prices for all state high school playoff events is set by the CHSAA.
Ice Queens notch win
Erin Ray scored two goals to pace the Glenwood Springs Ice Queens women’s hockey team to a 5-2 win against Eagle in its season-opening game Nov. 23.
Susie Demers, Amanda Stephens and Amy Fetterhoff also netted goals. Glenwood’s first home game of the 2004-05 season is set for 6:15 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 at the Community Center ice rink.
Red-White Club meets Mondays
The Red-White Club, open to all supporters of Glenwood Springs High School athletics, holds a noon luncheon each Monday through the winter season at Buffalo Valley Inn.
The luncheon offers parents, boosters and other interested parties an opportunity to meet coaches and hear scouting reports for the upcoming week for Demons teams.
Adult open gym basketball dates set
The Carbondale Recreation Department will be conducting adult pickup basketball games at the Carbondale Middle School gym from 7-9 p.m. Thursday nights. The drop-in fee is $5 per person.
Information: Woodsie, 704-4116.
Carbondale men’s hoops league accepting registration
The Carbondale Basketball League is accepting registration for the upcoming winter season. The league begins Jan. 8 and runs through March 20. Games will be held from 5-10 p.m. Sundays. The cost is $385 per team, and rosters can be obtained at the Carbondale Recreation Department or by calling Woodsie at 704-4116.
The registration deadline is Dec. 17, and there is a 10-team limit. There will be a mandatory captains meeting at Town Hall on Jan. 5.
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