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Briefs for Friday

Area sports briefsYouth tennis lesson sign-ups availableCARBONDALE – Lessons for youth tennis players will take place on the River Valley Ranch courts. The first session starts June 14 and runs through June 25. A second session will be July 5-15. Lessons for ages 10-13 will be from 9-10 a.m. Instruction for 6- to 9-year-olds are from 10-11 a.m. Information: Carbondale Recreation Department, 704-4115.Youth Track program underwayCARBONDALE – A track and field program for kids ages 9-14 is under way on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8-9 a.m. at the Roaring Fork High School track. The fee is $25.Information: 704-4116.Antonelli, Walters take fourth in CGA Two-ManEAGLE – Rifle High School graduate Luke Antonelli and Roaring Fork High School basketball coach Roger Walters teamed up to take fourth place in the Colorado Golf Association Two-Man Team Championship Tuesday and Wednesday at the Eagle Ranch Golf Course.Antonelli and Walters, playing out of Rifle Creek Golf Course, carded a 70 on the first day and a 72 on the second day for a 142 total.Henry Bissel (Wellshire Golf Course) and Rick Dewitt (West Woods Golf Course) won the open division with 67-66-133. Matthew Brunk and Dan Silva of Pelican Lakes finished second with 140, while Dean Clapp and Bill Post of Meadow Hills were third at 141. Blake Hull and Randy Leach of Aspen Glen Golf Club finished with a two-day total of 160.In the senior division, Aspen Glen’s Jeff Tasker and Mark Barleau tied for 13th at 152, while Bob Campiglia and John Kaiser out of Glenwood Springs Golf Club carded a score of 156.In the senior division, Aspen Glen’s Jeff Tasker and Mark Barleau tied for 13th at 152, while Bob Campiglia and John Kaiser out of Glenwood Springs Golf Club carded a score of 156.


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