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Contributed photoRifle's Kyle Elizardo stands atop the podium at the Hershey's Track and Field Colorado state meet.

Rifle’s Kyle Elizardo finished first in the 100 meters and third in the 50 at the June 18 Hershey’s Track and Field Colorado state meet in Fort Collins.

Elizardo, who qualified for the state meet in the 9- and 10-year-old division at a regional meet in Rifle back on June 4, will learn whether he qualifies for the national meet by the week of July 13.

Roughly 800 athletes, ranging from 9 to 14 years old, qualified to participate at the Hershey’s state meet.

The Kellogg family put on quite the show at the recent FIBArk Whitewater Festival in Salida.

Kenny and Dally Kellogg placed first and second, respectively, in the cadet freestyle kayaking competition.

Kenny, Dally and brothers Grady and Brody are all bound for the July 14-20 Junior Olympics in Golden.

Coal Ridge High School is hosting a kids volleyball camp from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at Coal Ridge High School.

The June 27-29 camp is for boys and girls 7 to 12 years old (at the time of the camp).

The cost cost is $25 per day or $60 for all three days.

All participants will receive a camp T-shirt and lunch (sponsored by Subway in Glenwood Springs).

For more information or to register, contact Scott Black by phone at 309-0359 or by email at shblack@sopris.net.

The Glenwood Springs High School volleyball program is hosting the Demons Youth Volleyball Camp July 8-9 at the school.

The camp is for players entering the third through eighth grades. Third- through fifth-graders meet from 8-11 a.m. each day, and sixth- through eighth-graders meet from 1-4 p.m. each day.

Players will learn basic skills, a team attitude, motivation and goal setting.

The cost is $35 per player, and enrollment is limited to 100 campers per session. Early registration is recommended.

To register or for more information, contact camp director Sarah Ryan at (970) 216-6254 or at gshsvolleyball@gmail.com.

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