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Sports Briefs for Nov. 26, 2011: Bad Dogs take 2nd in Gypsum

The Craig Bad Dogs youth wrestling program took 14 wrestlers to compete in the Bald Eagle Invitational on Nov. 19 in Gypsum.

With the top wrestlers from the Intermountain League competing, the Bad Dogs finished in second place, losing by a point to the Bald Eagle wrestling program.

The Bad Dogs will compete next in the Tour of America King of the Mountain national tournament Dec. 2 and 3 in Castle Rock. The following are results from the Bald Eagle Invitational:

Bad Dogs individual placers:

(Name — place — record)

• Daniel Caddy — 1 — 5-0

• Shandon Hadley — 1 — 2-0

• Kadan Hafey — 1 — 3-0

• Luke Pleasant — 1 — 2-1

• Laadan Rothermund — 1 — 3-0

• Dagan White — 1 — 3-0

• Mikinzie Klimper — 2 — 1-1

• Jake Shelton — 2 — 2-1

• Colton Burke — 3 — 1-2

• Ty Pinnit — 3 — 1-3

• Cody Pleasant — 3 — 1-2

• Drew Rothermund — 3 — 2-2

• Blake Jurgens — 4 — 2-3

Craig BCA Pool League weekly score update

The following are the latest scores for the Craig BCA Pool League following the 10th week of play.

League nights are at 5 p.m. Sundays and 6 p.m. Mondays at The Popular Bar.

The league is still accepting new players.

Sunday night 8-ball:

(Team — score)

• Jeans Angels — 1,611

• Motley Que — 1,528

• Betty D — 1,517

• Rehab is for Quitters — 1,423

• Poke-N-Hope — 1,416

• Miscues — 1,409

Monday night 8-ball:

• Plain English — 1,618

• No Ex-cue-ses — 1,512

• Git-R-Done — 1,441

• Up Against the Walls — 1,395

• Dena’s Devils — 1,317

• Team America — 1,311

Lifeguard training begins Dec. 30

Craig Parks and Recreation is offering a Red Cross lifeguard training class to anyone interested in being a lifeguard.

The class will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 30 and Jan. 2 to 4 at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane.

Participants must be 15 years old and be able to pass a pre-course swimming test.

The pre-course swimming test is at 7 p.m. Dec. 7.

The cost of the course is $125, and the deadline to register is Dec. 7.

For more information, call 826-2017.

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