Little League update |

Little League update

CORTEZ, Colorado ” Colorado River Valley Little League’s 13- and 14-year-old All-Stars saw their season come to an end in Cortez with a 14-9 loss to Fruita in the District 1 Tournament.

It was the second loss of the double-elimination tournament for CRVLL, whose charter allows them to draw players from Rifle, New Castle, Silt, Parachute and Meeker.

Three Rivers Little League, which draws players from Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, Basalt and Aspen, was slated to take on tourney host Cortez in a semifinal game late Friday. The score of that game wasn’t available at press time.

GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado ” Colorado River Valley Little League’s 11- and 12-year-old All-Stars dropped out of the District 1 tournament with a 13-6 loss to Montrose at Orchard Mesa Little League on Thursday.

“It was a great season,” manager James Ray said. “We just didn’t step up at the tournament. I don’t know why.”

CRVLL is in its second season with a Little League charter.

GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado ” On Thursday, Colorado River Valley’s 11-year-old All-Stars beat Orchard Mesa, 12-7, to stay alive in the double-elimination District 1 tournament, hosted by Grand Mesa Little League. CRVLL was back in action late Friday. The score of that game wasn’t available at press time.

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