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Community Sports

  • Rapids promote Ability Clinics
        The first of this summer’s ability clinics between the National Sports Center for the Disabled and three of the area’s professional sports teams was June 6 in Commerce City. The NSCD teamed up with the Colorado Rapids for a 90-minute skill and autograph session for more than 95 participants. NSCD officials said hundreds of people with disabilities have participated in these clinics the past five years. Similar sessions are planned with the Colorado Rockies and the Denver Broncos.
  • Delancey, Anderson take top prizes at Little Britches Rodeo
    HENDERSON — Sidney Delancey and Seth Anderson were the big winners in this year’s Little Britches Rodeo June 2 and 3 at the Adams County Fairgrounds.     Each won the Little Wrangers all-around and reserve titles for both days of the event.     Delancey and Anderson finished first and second, respectively, in the little wrangler barrels and little wranger goats both days. Anderson was second in little wrangler poles June 2 and first June 3. Delancey was first in the event June 2 and took second June 3. Delancey was first in little wrangler flags both days.     Other award-winners from the June 2 competition were Zach Hamar (all-around junior boys); Justin Valliant (reserve junior boys); Ty Clark (all-around senior boys); Tyler Fiscus (reserve senior boys); Claire Hummel (all-around junior girls); Kaylie Fiscus (reserve junior girls); Lasea Branson (all-around senior girls) and Shiloh Wertz (reserve senior girls).     The other June 3 winners were Zach Hamar (all-around junior boys); Zane Korinek (reserve junior boys); Zach DeVol (all-around senior boys); Austin Willey (reserve senior boys); Saije Pollard (all-around junior girls); Fiscus (reserve junior girls); Branson (all-around senior girls) and Mattie Jesmain (reserve senior girls).     It was the Brighton Elks Club’s third foray hosting the Little Britches Rodeo. Nationally, LBR is in its 61st season. Other results June 2:     Junior girls barrels: 1. C. Hummel. 2. S. Pollard. 3. H. Hermes. 4. K. Fiscus. Junior girl poles: 1. C. Hummel. 2. K. fiscus, 3. H. Anderson. 4. S. Thin Elk. Junior girl goats: 1. S. Pollard, 2. C. Hummel. 3. E. Hummel. 4. M. Miller. Junior trail course: 1. K. Fiscus. 2. H. Anderson. 3. E. Hummel. 4. M. Miller. Junior boy breakaway: 1. Z. Hamar. 2. J. Valiant. Junior boy flags: 1. Z. Hamar. 2. J. Valiant. 3. Z. Adams. Junior boy bulls: 1. T. Patrick. Junior boy goats: 1. Z. Korinek. 2. Z. Hamar. 3. J. Valiant, 4. W. Ellis.     Senior girl poles: 1. M. Jesmain. 2. L. Branson. 3. S. Wertz. 4. A. Willey. Senior girl barrels: 1. A. Burton. 2. S. Stiles. 3. L. Branson. 4. S. Wertz. Senior girl breakaway: 1. L. Branson. 2. M. Korinek. Senior girl trail course: 1. M. Korinek. 2. L. Branson. 3. M. Jesmain. 4. B. Renslow. Senior girls goats: 1. M. Korinek. 2. L. Branson. 3. J. Butcher. Boys     Tie down: 1. T. Clarke. 2. T. Fiscus. 3. Z. Lenard. 4. Z. DeVol. Barebacks: 1. T. Ferguson. Steer wrestling: 1. A. Willey. Senior bulls: 1. B. Olson.     Senior team roping: 1. S. Wertz/T. Clark. 2. R. Hummel/Z. Lenard. 3. A. Willey/T. Fiscus.     June 3: Junior girls barrels: 1. S. Pollard. 2. C. Hummel. 3. K. Fiscus. 4. M. Miller. Junior girls poles: 1. S. Pollard, 2. M. Miller, 3. C. Hummel 4. K. Fiscus. Junior girl goats: 1. S. Pollard. 2. E. Hummel. 3. H. Anderson. 4. T. Hummel. Junior trail course: 1. J. Pennington. 2. M. Miller. 3. H. Anderson. 4. K. Fiscus. Junior girl breakaway. 1. C. Hummel. 2. S. Pollard. 3. M. Olson. Junior boy breakaway: 1. E. Logan. 2. Z. Hamar. Junior boy flags: 1. Z. Hamar, 2. J. Valiant. 3. B. Schlieker. 4. Z. Adams. Junior boy goats: 1. Z. Korinke. 2. Z. Hamar. 3. B. Schlieker. 4. Z. Adams. Senior girl poles: 1. M. Jesmain. 2. L. Branson. 3. A. Willey. 4. S. Wertz. Senior girl barrels: 1. A. Burson. 2. L. Branson. 3. S. Wertz. T-4. M. Jesmain, S. Stiles. Senior girl breakaway1. L. Branson. 2. M. Korinek. Senior girl trail course: 1. M. Jesmain. 2. L. Branson. 3. M. Korinek. 4. A. Willey. Senior girls goats: 1. S. Wertz. 2. J. Butcher. 3. S. Stiles. 4. L. Branson. Ribbon roping: 1. Z. Hamar/W. Ellis. 2. E. Logan/J. Logan. Boys     Tie down: CJ Ellis. 2. Z. DeVol. Steer wrestling: 1. A. Willey.     Senior team roping: 1. M. Merrill/Z. DeVol. 2. R. Hummel/Z. Lenard. 3. C. Adams/L. Hummel. Junior team roping: 1. J. Logan/E. Logan. 2. J. Valliant/C. Merrill. 3. R. Hall/Z. Hamar. Ribbon roping: 1. Z. Hamar/W. Ellis. 2. Z. Korinek/K. Fiscus. 3. S. Thin Elk/S. Pollard.  
  • Guerra tops Henderson residents in Bolder Boulder
    The following Henderson residents participated in the BolderBoulder May 28.     Benjamin Guerra, 42:28.02; Tony Baltz, 46:21.52; Christina Henriques, 49:45.58; Brian Hendricks, 49:50.33; Steve Siler, 52:21.65; Patricia Guerra, 54:25.15; Kelli Cable, 54:30.18; Jennifer cc, 54:50.05; David Jekel, 55:53.49; Piper Hendricks, 55:54.92; and Jimmy DeAndrea, time: 56:58.39.
  • Little Britches Rodeo heads for fairgrounds next weekend
        Anthony Day Contributing writer     HENDERSON — It’s the 61st year for the annual Little Britches Rodeo and third such event in Brighton when it comes to the Adams County Fairgrounds June 2 and 3.
  • Girls traveling softball
    Practice for the CCYA girls traveling softball team begins the week of April 2. Register by calling 303-286-7669. The cost is $80 per child.
  • Championship Poses
  • Youth wrestling
    Here are the local results for the 2012 Metro Junior Wrestling League Championships. 14-and-under 77 pounds: 1. R. Sanchez. 4. J. Bledsoe. 14-and-under 84 pounds: 5. F. Gutierez. 14-and-under 105 pounds: 8. A. Deaguero. 14- and-under 112 pounds: 4. Z. Deaguero. 14-and-under 171 pounds: 3. G. Kutek. 14-and-under 189 pounds: 6. A. Manzanares.  
  • Evans, Savage win racing titles at CNS
    DACONO -- Harold Evans and Dan Savage were among the season champions at the Colorado National Speedway this summer. The track closed out its racing season Oct. 15 and Oct. 22 as division champions and rookies of the year  were officially crowned. The Legends Division was the only one where the top spot was still in question going into the final race. All others saw the top spot locked up ahead of the last races. But some of the remaining spots within the top 10 were still up for grabs.
  • Scholl captures first place in Brighton Turkey Trot
          BRIGHTON – An 11-year-old from Kremmling took first place among all runners in the 27th annual Brighton Turkey Trot Saturday morning at the Brighton Recreation Center.
  • Turkey Trot takes to the streets Saturday
    Anthony Day Contributing writer     BRIGHTON – If you are looking for a fun-filled morning to take the family to while helping the community, Brighton’s Annual Turkey Trot is the perfect place.     The city of Brighton’s Park and Recreation Department will host the 27th annual Turkey Trot at 8:30 a.m., Nov. 19. The Turkey Trot begins at the Brighton Recreation Center, 555 N. 11th Ave.