Sports Briefs

Youth XC to run final installment of 3 races

The final youth cross country race will be held Wednesday at the Durango High School track.

Registration is at 4 p.m.

Runners will have the opportunity to run with the DHS cross country team.

Preschoolers to fourth-graders will run one mile. Parents are welcome to run with their children.

Students in grades 5-8 will run 1.5 miles.

For more information, contact Gerry Geraghty at 375-2882 or hope@riverRunforOrphan.org.

No restrictions: SunUte hosts softball tourney

The SunUte Community Center is hosting a menís unrestricted and coed softball tournament Saturday and Sunday in Ignacio.

The deadline to enter the tournament is 5 p.m. Wednesday. The tournament schedule will be available two days later.

Players must be 16 years or older, and players 16-17 must have their parents sign a liability waiver.

For the menís unrestricted tournament, players will be able to swing any bat against any softballs Ė any core or any compression. L-screens will be used to protect the pitcher.

In the coed league, men will hit 12-inch clincher balls, and women will hit .47 core balls; balls will be provided. Only American Softball Association bats will be allowed.

For more information, call Kayla Wing at 563-0214.

Knocker Athletic Club to host more softball

The Knocker Athletic Club will host the Knockout Knocker Softball Rendezvous on Friday through Sunday at Hartman & Riverside Parks in Aztec.

There is a three-game guarantee at the three-day tournament. The menís brackets will play Friday night and Sunday afternoon, while the coed bracket will play Saturday.

The entry fee is $170, and the deadline to enter is 6 p.m. Thursday.

The tournament champions will win 14 Champion dri-fit shirts, and the rest of the awards will be based on the number of teams.

For more information, call Charles See at 560-3423.

Durango Herald

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