Briefs for Thursday
Selsor, Chavez show well at AAU National X-C meetJordan Chavez posted a seventh-place finish and Katrina Selsor was 11th in their respective age divisions at the AAU National Cross Country Meet held Sunday in Kingsport, Tenn.Chavez, competing in the bantam boys division (ages 9-10), ran the three-kilometer course in 11 minutes, 56 seconds. Selsor posted a 4K time of 15:18 in the youth girls division (13-14).The pair competed against more than 200 runners from around the United States in each age division.Glenwood gymnasts struggle at state meetFour level 6 Glenwood Gymnastics Academy gymnasts ended the season on a down note after a disappointing performance at the state meet in Colorado Springs last weekend.Hope Whitman, in the 11-year-old group, was the only competitor to earn a placing, finishing 20th with an 8.80 on vault.The other gymnasts who qualified for state were Brittaney Cole in the 12-year-old division and twin sisters Catherine and Taylor Chenault in the 10-year-old division. Catherine earned a 9.05 on vault, but the mark was not high enough to earn a place.CorrectionThe incorrect caption ran with the Rifle High School boys basketball photo on Wednesday. The caption should have read: Rifle Bears junior Gabor Papp guards against Montrose junior Cleveland Jones in Tuesday night’s game in Rifle. Montrose won 60-58.The incorrect caption ran with the Rifle High School boys basketball photo on Wednesday. The caption should have read: Rifle Bears junior Gabor Papp guards against Montrose junior Cleveland Jones in Tuesday night’s game in Rifle. Montrose won 60-58.
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