LOCAL SPORTS BRIEFS
Roaring Fork Basketball Parents Meeting
The Roaring Fork High School Basketball Parents Meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Nov. 11 in the high school’s gymnasium.
The meeting will discuss everything parents should expect from the upcoming boys and girls basketball seasons at the high school.
For further information, contact RFHS Athletic Director Marty Nieslanik at 970-384-5753, or boys basketball coach Larry Williams at 970-355-4554.
GSMS eighth-graders complete undefeated football season
Glenwood Springs Middle School’s eighth-grade football team just completed an undefeated regular season while the school’s seventh-grade team finished the year with a 5-2 mark.
The eighth-grade Cougars finished the season with a 7-0 record, scoring 192 points in those seven games and completing the unbeaten season with an 18-12 victory in their season finale. The season also included a 22-6 victory over Riverside Middle School, the same team from New Castle that had beaten Glenwood in two previous Mountain Valley Football Super Bowls.
The seventh-grade Cougars allowed just 24 points in seven games, shutting out five of their opponents.
The eighth-grade roster included Chris Lee, Rick Gilman, Thomas Albright, Tristan Miller, Alex Rodriguez, William Agular, Dylan Lee, Jonah Daniels, Holden Kleager, Mike Olson, Luke Gair, Ray Alexander, Clark Wirdmuller, Edwin Arziga, Tyler Dollahan, Noel Jimenez, Sebastian Gonzalez, David Ramboe, Kelton Gilman, Irwin Rodriguez, Jacob Wolf, Stenner Beckley, Jordan Demoreas, Gabby Jeminez, Eli Fuller, Isaac Toro, Eddie Avalos, Jaquin Garcia, Trevor Smith, David Vega, Mathew Flores, Austin Alexander, Jack Richards, Ben Like, Rodrigo Garcilazo, Jorge Zavala, Roberto Cruz, Dylan Uren, Jacob Cheney, Axel Toribio, Wyatt Ewer, Gavin Olson and Jonathan Olivarra.
The seventh-grade roster included Gabby Jimenez, Garrett Brake, Cole Houston, Kelton McPherson, Jorge Ruiz, Kaden Hutchinson, Kuba Bartnic, Brandon Hunter, Luis Farris, Luis Martinez, Demitri Lopez, Jaime Ranzel, Rio Kauffman, Alex Beasly, Carlos Aeosta, Larry Flores, Milli Olson, Thomas Albright, Ray Alexander, Rick Gilman, Juan Lanela, Elliot Walz, Tucker Porter, Carlos Gonsalez, Spencer Clous, Andres Vega, Patrick Young, Leo Aeosta, Randy Barron, Edwin Arazia, John Luek, Gabe Hale, Shea Newton, Mason Pardo, Juan Alvarez, J.P. Simpson, Sebastian Bello, Dylan Albright and Mason Clark.
Glenwood Springs High School winter sports meeting
Glenwood Springs High School will hold its winter sports meeting Wednesday for any student athletes at the high school who are interested in participating in a winter activity.
The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday inside of Spencer-Chavez Gymnasium at Glenwood Springs High School. Those athletes who have not participated in a fall activity must bring any required paperwork to the meeting.
Information: Glenwood Springs High School, 970-384-5555.
Adult 3-on-3 leagues forming in New Castle
The New Castle Recreation Department is accepting registrations for its adult 3-on-3 basketball league.
The format will feature round-robin, self-officiated games. Game days will be Thursday nights beginning Nov. 6 and ending Dec. 18. Cost is $100 per team, and registrations will be accepted through Oct. 31.
Information/registration: http://www.newcastlerec.com, or by phone at 970-984-3352.
Seventh-Annual Banzai Trail 5K Results
Saturday, Nov. 1, in West Glenwood.
36 total runners/walkers
TOP 20 RESULTS
1. Josh Hejtmanek, 19 minutes, 25 seconds; 2. Warren Swanson, 21:12; 3. Candelario DeLuera, 22:53; 4. Abbey Walters*, 22:57; 5. Benny Swanson, 25:00; 6. Anne Swanson*, 25:01; 7. Johnny Utah, 25:04; 8. Phil Samora, 25:37; 9. Alex Cutright, 25:57; 10. Charlie Marley, 25:59; 11. Sage O’Neil*, 26:20; 12. Kelly Sarno*, 26:43; 13. Al Filson, 27:02; 14. Judy Jetson*, 27:57; 15. Laura Bahr*, 29:44; 16. Joe Mollica, 29:50; 17. Lisa Jones*, 30:04; 18. Dendy Heisel*, 30:08; 19. Karla Richards*, 30:30; 20. Lety Rosales*, 30:49.
* — Denotes female.
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