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Youth soccer roundup

The Glenwood Ice U11 girls soccer teams won a pair of games Saturday to move into first place in the Western Slope Colorado Youth Soccer Association.The Ice improved to 6-0-1 with a 4-1 victory over the Vail Crush and a 5-0 win over the Summit Strikers.Playing at Gates Soccer Park against Vail, Corey Gera scored two goals, while Holly Brown and Michaela Mansfield each added one. Connor Adams earned the victory in net.In the evening the Ice traveled to Silverthorne and earned a win thanks to two goals each from Brown and Hope Whitman. Mansfield added a goal.The Ice play in the Grand Mesa Invitational tournament this weekend in Grand Junction.Grass Stains earn win, tieThe Glenwood U10 Green Grass Stains downed Basalt 2-1 in an evenly matched contest and followed up the victory with a 2-2 tie against Aspen on the road recently.Heald, Linman lead Hornets to shutoutZane Heald and Sawyer Linman had a solid defensive showing and Grant Fegan tallied two goals to lead the Glenwood Springs Hornets to a 3-0 victory over the New Castle Green. Cole Adams also scored for the Hornets.Carbondale U14 boys tryouts TuesdayThe Carbondale Soccer Club will hold tryouts for the fall U14 boys competitive team Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Triangle Park at River Valley Ranch.All participants must have a completed registration form in hand to participate. Registration forms are available at http://www.carbondalesoccerclub.org.Information: 963-3683.To have games included in the Youth Soccer Roundup teams must submit results from the previous week by Tuesday at noon. Results can be sent via fax at 945-4487 or e-mail at sports@postindependent.com. Please include the date and location of the game or games.


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