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The New Castle U11-12 boys won their division in the 5 A Side soccer tournament in Aspen on Sunday. The team members are Chaz Apostolik, Raymundo Bencomo, Jordan Disberger, Billy Hernandez, Sam Jorgensen, Graham Leavitt, Roman Plano and Michael Solis.
New Castle went undefeated with wins over Aspen United 8 (6-3 and 6-2), Vail Crush White (5-4), Vail Crush Navy (8-1) before again beating Aspen United B in the championship game (8-1).
The U13-14 New Castle Blue boys took second place overall in their division, beating the Aspen Eagles (9-0) and Aspen United Green (10-0). New Castle tied the Aspen Pumas (4-4) and lost to Castle Rock Elite 1-0 in the championship game.
Glenwood Springs High School will be hosting cheerleading clinics on Friday and again on Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to noon.
The sessions will be held at GSHS and after each three-hour clinic there will be a halftime performance at a football game. The clinic is open to all school-age girls for a $25 donation per day.
Learn to cheer, jump, dance and stunt with the GSHS cheerleaders.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 399-1848 to reserve your spot.
The 13th annual Hunters’ 3-Lady Scramble is scheduled for Saturday at Rifle Creek Golf Course.
A 9 a.m. shotgun start gets the golfing started, with two flights ” gross and net. The entry fee is $55, which includes a post-round meal. Carts are $16 per person.
Call the pro shop before Sept. 18 at 625-1093 for more information and to enter.
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