Community Sports

  • A day with the Rapids
        Patrick McKinney of Brighton gets a taste test from Edson the mascot for the Colorado Rapids during a recent event at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. The Rapids joined with the National Sports Center for the Disabled for a soccer skills camp for children with disabilities. The event brought members of the Rapids team and staff and also volunteers from NSCD.  
  • Glory days
    The Commerce City Parks and Recreation Department announced the winners of this year’s Rockies Baseball Skills Challenge. It was June 15 on Ingram Field in Pioneer Park. Area Youth Capture Honors in the Rockies Baseball Skills Challenge     The girls winners were: 6- and 7-year-olds: Marisol Miranda, Commerce City; 8- and 9-year-olds: Atleigh Otto, Commerce City; and 10- and 11-year-olds: Audrey Chase, Commerce City.
  • Kickball fundraiser is June 28
        The Brighton Legacy Foundation, a local nonprofit, is sponsoring its first kickball tournament, Kickin’ It 4 the Community, from 5:30 to 10 p.m., June 28, at the Brighton Sports Complex, 1111 Judicial Center Drive.     Teams may have up to 15 players older than age 18. Registration fee is $250 per team, and the deadline to sign up is June 19.
  • Five Star hosts summer volleyball tournaments
        Five Star Volleyball Club plans to one last outdoor summer tournaments Aug. 4 at Bromley East Charter School in Brighton, 356 Longspur Drive.     The tournament is a four-on-four format with rotating pairs and a King-of-the-Beach format. Visit www.fivestarvbc.com for details.  
  • Softball clinic at Regis U. June 27-28
    DENVER — Regis University will host a softball camp from 2 to 7 p.m., June 27, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 28, at the school, West 50th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard.     Head coach Nicole Trimboli and the Regis team are teaming up with Jamie Clark of the National Pro Fastpitch and the U.S. national fast pitch team for the third annual high school clinic.
  • Volleyball clinic June 23
        Five Star Volleyball Club hosts a youth skills clinic from 1 to 4 p.m., June 23, as a fundraiser for the clubs 17 Black team that will participate in the Junior Olympics Championships in Dallas at the end of June. The clinic is at Bromley East Charter School, 756 Longspur Drive. Clinicians are members of the club coaching staff and the 17 Black team. Cost is $25. The clinic is designed for third- through eighth-grade boys and girls. Visit fivestarvbc.com.  
  • Competitive youth baseball tryouts July 20-21
    Prairie View and Adams City high schools will host tryouts for competitive youth baseball tournament teams.     Sessions are set for July 20 at Adams City, 7200 Quebec Parkway, and July 21 at Prairie View High School, 12909 E. 120th Ave. Tryouts are two hours long. Six- to 8-year-olds start at 9 a.m., followed by 9U players at 1 p.m; 10U players at 1 p.m.; and 11U players at 3 p.m. Players should show up an hour ahead of their tryout time.     Call coach Greg McKenzie at 720-217-7104.  
  • Big heart shown at annual Little Britches Rodeo
  • Youth softball team splits a pair
  • Henderson results posted from Bolder Boulder
    BOULDER -- Here are the results of Henderson runners who participated in this year's Bolder Boulder road race.   Men