Craig Sports Briefs for July 2, 2016: CNCC volleyball camp offered July 27, 28
The Colorado Northwestern Community CollegeColorado Northwestern Community College Spartan Volleyball Camp takes place July 27, 28 at the school’s Rangely campus. Spartan Volleyball Camp takes place July 27, 28 at the school’s Rangely campus.
Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartan Volleyball Camp takes place July 27, 28 at the school’s Rangely campus.
The event includes two separate clinics, either at a cost of $65 for one or $120 for both. Individual skills camp runs from 8 to 11:30 a.m. and is for beginners and intermediate players ages 8 to 18. Skills include passing, setting, serving, blocking and other fundamentals.
Specialty camp is 5 to 8:30 p.m. for intermediate and advanced athletes ages 12 to 18 and features specific training for positions in hitting, sets and defense.
The camp is open to boys and girls.
Women’s Silver Bullet golf tourney shoots July 16, 17
The 30th annual Silver Bullet Ladies Golf Classic takes place July 16 and 17 at Yampa Valley Golf Course with shotgun starts of 12:30 p.m. Saturday and 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
The two-day tournament is an individual stroke play format with an optional skins game and gross and net payouts for each flight.
Player details through United States Golf Association or Golf Handicap and Information Network is required.
The entry fee is $145 per player with an optional cart fee of $18 per day and includes a Friday practice round and the Saturday night party that features dinner, dancing and door prizes.
Special rates for out-of-town golfers are available at Clarion Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites and Best Western Plus Deer Park Inn & Suites.
The deadline to register is July 9. Entry forms are available at yampavalleygolf.comyampavalleygolf.com..
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