Glenwood Springs tops Aspen 11-1 for Three Rivers Little League championship |

Glenwood Springs tops Aspen 11-1 for Three Rivers Little League championship

Seth Plush of the Glenwood Springs Athletics, right, prepares to swing at a pitch from Aspen Braves pitcher Elliot Hoofnagle to catcher Cam Seltzer during the Three Rivers Little League championship game Friday at the Sopris Elementary baseball field.
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The Three Rivers Little League championship game was played on Friday between the Glenwood Springs Athletics and the Aspen Braves at the Sopris Elementary School baseball field. Glenwood won the game 11-1, inducing the 10-run mercy rule in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Aspen had jumped on top 1-0 in the top of the second inning before the Athletics answered by scoring 11 unanswered runs.

Team members for Glenwood Springs included Tyler Dollahan, Sebastian Gonzales, Gavin Olson, Seth Plush, Luke Gair, Carter Hailey, Jordan de Moraes, Ethan de Moraes, Miguel Herrera, Matthey McGarry, and Jonah Kelley. Team members from Aspen included Jon Haisfield, Trey Thorpe, Colter Zwieg, Chris de Campo, Alex Olson, Sam Kahn, Tyler Clayton, Matt Rigney, Cam Seltzer, and Elliot Hoofnagle.

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