Roaring Fork tennis takes down Cedaredge |

Roaring Fork tennis takes down Cedaredge

After winning just one match in last year’s dual against Cedaredge, the Roaring Fork Rams turned the tables on the Bruins with a 6-1 dual victory Tuesday in Cedaredge.No. 2 singles player Renee French won in straight sets and No. 3 singles Erica Pelland held on for a three-set victory.The doubles teams of Autumn Evans and Crystal Werner, Ashley Jammaron and Kate Thayn, and Kali Chestnut and Gilda Flores all posted decisive two-set victories. Tasha Koziel and Stacia Comings took a bit longer with three sets, but still pulled off the victory.Roaring Fork’s only loss came at No. 1 singles. Cedaredge’s Michelle Sullivan downed Sarah Armstrong 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.Roaring Fork improves to 4-3 on the season and takes on Steamboat Springs Friday.Girls Hoops Inc. camp on tap at RFHSGirls Hoops Inc. and Roaring Fork High School will offer a basketball camp from June 27 through July 1 at RFHS.The registration fee is $125 before May 1 and $135 after.Information: Kelly Mahlum, 719-648-0414; kmahlum High School seeks girls hoops coachBasalt High School is taking applications for a girls varsity basketball coach for the 2005-06 season.Information: Michael Green, 384-5957.

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