Fall softball league officially over due to persistent snow | SummitDaily.com

Fall softball league officially over due to persistent snow


SUMMIT COUNTY – Considering rumor had it Loveland Ski Area reported 18 inches of snow at the top of the Continental Divide, it came as no surprise the Summit County Fall Softball League’s final week of games was canceled on Wednesday.The games had been postponed once already due to inclement weather, and will not be made up. The decision was made by the town of Breckenridge, to protect the fields, according to SCS director Steve “Smoke” Wilkins.Snake River Saloon (6-2) was crowned the league champion, and http://www.coloradopropertysales.com (5-3) took second. This year’s fall league marked the first time in at least six years there had been a fall league in Summit County. With three of the five scheduled nights of regular-season play called off by weather, it was no surprised the concept has been abandoned in the past.Still, Wilkins said he’s expecting to offer a fall schedule again next year.”I would love to do it again,” he said. “Right now I’m planning on it.”Devon O’Neil can be contacted at (970) 668-3998, ext. 231, or at doneil@summitdaily.com.

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