Area sports briefs
RHS Booster auction setThe Rifle High School boosters club will auction a limited-edition autographed football signed by the 2004 Class 3A state champion Rifle Bears at halftime of Saturday’s varsity boys basketball game against Steamboat Springs.Information: Lillian, 625-6310.Grizzlies post weekend sweep in Oak CreekForward Kevin Young scored back-to-back three goal games in 4-1 and 6-0 wins by the Glenwood Grizzlies Midgets over the Oak Creek Kodiaks Sunday.The victories moved the area youth hockey club team into sole possession of first place on the Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League, and increased the Grizzlies’ seasonal record to 22-4-2.Anthony Ferrara scored goals in each contest. Shawn McKay and Jimmy Carter netted scores in the second game.Glenwood is scheduled to play Friday in Vernal, Utah.State championship wrestling tickets on saleTickets for the 2005 Colorado High School state wrestling championship tournament on Feb. 10-12 at the Pepsi Center in Denver are available by calling Ticketmaster at (303) 340-1818 or at the Pepsi Center box office during regular business hours.There is a $2 box office fee added for each ticket purchase at the Pepsi Center.Ticket prices are $9 for adults, and $8 for children and seniors for sessions 1 and 2 on Thursday. On Friday, reserved tickets in the lower level are $10 for sessions 3 and 4. General admission tickets for adults are $9 and $8 for children and seniors.General admission tickets will be sold for Session 5, to take place at 11 a.m. Saturday. Fans wishing to attend that evening’s championship finals need to purchase new tickets. Cost is $12 for reserved seats. General admission seats, located in the upper level, are $10 for adults and $8 for children and seniors.
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