Craig Sports Briefs for Jan. 29, 2014: Craig girl headed to state free-throw shooting competition
Jacie Evenson, 9, of Craig, is moving on to shoot among Colorado’s best young free-throw shooters.
Evenson participated in the Elks Hoop Shoot district competition last weekend in Leadville, making 17 out of 25 attempts from the foul line and taking first place in the girls ages 8 to 9 division. She will travel to Salida on Feb. 22 for the state shoot.
The Elks host the Hoop Shoot annually in Craig, with winners given the chance to move on to districts, state, regional and national competitions if they are able to keep winning.
Evenson displayed a consistent shooting stroke at the local competition in December and was on fire in Leadville, said her father, Chad Evenson.
Craig Midget Hockey loses to league’s best
The Bulldog Midget Hockey team hosted four games at the Moffat County Ice Arena from Friday through Sunday against the top teams in its league.
Taking on Littleton and Arapahoe, the teams currently in first and second in the CDCC standings, Craig lost all four games but was able to get on the scoreboard in three of them.
On Friday night, the team lost to Littleton, 8-1, getting a goal from Tyler Gerber on an assist from Brodey Gutierrez. It fell to Littleton again Saturday, 12-2. Gerber and Garrett Ferguson scored the goals.
Saturday and Sunday consisted of two losses to Arapahoe, 13-2 and 10-0. Gutierrez and Brenden Spencer scored in the Saturday game.
Adult indoor soccer at the Boys and Girls Club
Soccer Bill Sawer is hosting co-ed indoor soccer for adults at the Boys & Girls Club of Craig.
The five-on-five games are for players of all skill levels and cost $2 per player, per night. Those coming should wear tennis shoes. Games take place from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sundays through March.
For more information, call Bill Sawer at 970-824-0116.
Craig BCA standings through 15 weeks
With 15 weeks of play past, Git R Done still has no challengers to its throne in the Craig Billiards Congress of America pool league.
While its lead dipped slightly in the last week, Git R Done still maintains a 46-point lead ahead of second-place One Eyed Bandits, 2452 to 2406.
The big mover in the past week is Odd Ballz, which passed Uh-Oh for third place and is just 11 points behind One Eyed Bandits, with 2395.
Uh Oh is fourth with 2377, while No Ex-Cue-Ses (2319) and Out 4 Blood (2281) round out the week 15 numbers.
The league plays Mondays at 6 p.m. at Popular Bar, 24 W. Victory Way. For more information, call Jolene Walls at 970-620-0056 or email the league at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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