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Local sports briefs

The Roaring Fork Girls Volleyball team went a full five games versus Basalt High School to register their seventh win of the season. The Rams lost their first game 25 -19 before roaring back 25-23, 25-18 to move ahead of the Longhorns two games to one. Basalt tied things up with a 25-21 victory before Roaring Fork closed things out with a 15-12 victory, which moved their league record to 4-1 and their season record to 7-3 overall.

The Glenwood high school girls ran their way to a first-place finish, winning the 4a Division I cross country title Tuesday at Georgetown. The Demons had three girls finish in the top 10 with Katrina Selsor placing second. Sharaya Selsor took fifth and Amanda Albehico was right behind, finishing sixth in the overall standings. The Glenwood boys team finished fourth overall, with Justin Davis as their top finisher who placed 30th overall. Davis was followed by teammates Marcus Bosco – 48th, W. Vanderhoof – 69th and Kellen Faulkner – 73rd in the overall standings.

The Basalt boys and girls cross country teams left the starting line and never looked back as they won the Division II cross country team titles Tuesday night at Georgetown. The boys team had two top-10 finishes, with Colin Stewart placing third and Casey Weaver taking eighth place overall. Andrew Galemore and Thor Pulver came in 31st and 43rd respectively for the Longhorns. The girls had three finish in the top fifteen, with Amy Lund taking fourth place, Emily Taets in 13th and Kate Wilson in 14th. Nuala Del Piccolo and Brittany Guglielmo rounded out things finishing 41st and 49th overall.

The Glenwood Springs Recreation Department is accepting registrations for the upcoming adult coed indoor soccer league, also known as “Futsal.” League play starts Oct. 2 and runs for 10 weeks. All games will be played on Sunday evenings at the Community Center. Team fees are $200 for residents and $225 for nonresidents. All registrations must be turned in by Wednesday. For more information, contact Andy at 384-6318.

The Glenwood Springs Recreation Department is now accepting registrations for the adult coed volleyball leagues. The six-on-six indoor leagues begin play Oct. 10. The 11-game regular season will be played at the Community Center and will be followed by an end-of-season tournament. Two leagues are offered, Mondays will have the women’s “rec” league and Wednesday is coed “rec” night. Team fees are $200 for residents and $220 for nonresidents. For more information, contact Andy at 384-6318.

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