Area Sports Briefs, 9/20
Area Sports BriefsInaugural Lead King Loop half marathon on tapMARBLE – The Inaugural Lead King Loop half marathon is slated for Sept. 25.The course runs through Lead King Basin and by the historic crystal mill in the heart of the fall color season. All proceeds benefit the Marble Charter School.Information or to sign up: Craig Macek, 704-1275; http://www.active.com.RFHS seeks head girls basketball coachCARBONDALE – Roaring Fork High School is currently seeking applicants for the head girls basketball coach position for the winter season. Those interested in the position can send their resume to Roaring Fork High School, Attn. Athletic Office, 180 Snowmass Dr., Carbondale 81623.Information: 384-5753.Class registrations open in New CastleThe New Castle Recreation Department is accepting registrations for Beginning tae kwon do, youth wrestling and 4-on-4 adult basketball. Information: 984-3352 or http://www.newcastlecolorado.org.Basketball officials classVoluntary instructional classes for community members interested in officiating grade-high school basketball games this season will be conducted Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at Glenwood Springs beginning Sept. 22 through Oct. 27.Instruction culminates with a certification test on Nov. 1.Information: Nicholas Senn, 618-2111; Jay Rickstrew, 379-4863.Spiketoberfest tournament slatedRegistration forms are available at the Carbondale and Glenwood Springs Recreation Departments for the Spiketoberfest adult volleyball tournament, to be held at the Glenwood Community Center on Oct. 16-17.The tournament is open to adult co-ed 6×6 teams, but teams are allowed to play with as few as four players.Team fees are $60 for residents and $90 for non-residents.Information: 704-4115, 384-6318.GSMS cross country team post strong marksGRANBY – Katrina Selsor won her second straight girls meet for the combined Glenwood Springs/St. Stephen school cross country team at a middle school meet here Saturday.Selsor completed the 2-mile course in 13 minutes, 13 seconds. Teammate Melissa Buchanan finished second in 13:25. Kellen Fokler (14:04) and Jordan Chavez (14:07) were 10th and 11th, respectively, in the boys’ race.Selsor completed the 2-mile course in 13 minutes, 13 seconds. Teammate Melissa Buchanan finished second in 13:25. Kellen Fokler (14:04) and Jordan Chavez (14:07) were 10th and 11th, respectively, in the boys’ race.
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