Results from 2016 Keystone BME, Quickstick Lacrosse Tourney and more
Quickstick Lacrosse Tournament — July 9-10
The second edition of an annual adult lacrosse tournament, held on Saturday and Sunday at Kingdom Park and nearby fields in Breckenridge. The event drew 12 teams from across the state, including local crews Summit Lacrosse Club and 10th Mountain Whiskey of Vail. All teams played at least two games on Saturday to determine seeding for Sunday’s tournament, which was played as a single-elimination tourney.
When all was said and done, Alpha Mavs took the title, beating Team MCB in the afternoon championship game.
Alpine Aerials Invite — Silverthorne Storm Gymnastics, July 9
A regular-season youth gymnastics meet, hosted by Alpine Aerials of Fraiser. Along with the home team, the event drew five teams: Gymstarz of the Greeley area, Gunnison, Cats of Boulder, A+ Athletics of Englewood and Silverthorne.
The meet was relatively small, said Silverthorne head coach Ben Way, and so his team made multiple trips to the podium and finished with 34 first-place finishes. A few highlights from the coach:
In this league, you move to more competitive levels with better individual scores: Holly Visser joins Lilly Hess as Optional 2’s. Holly hit her second all-around (AA) score over 29 to compete O-2 at regional and state meets.
On the compulsory team (the highest level of youth competition), three Comp-3 girls placed well enough to compete as Super 3’s at regionals this weekend: Stephanie Fuentes, Sophie Brower and Scout Murphy. Sierra Durloo made the move to Super 4’s earlier this year.
As a whole, the team is putting together more connections and hitting routines. This is important with regionals at Overland High School on July 15-16 and again at state on July 22-23.
Noteworthy Silverthorne Storm finishes
Ella Snyder — First place, AA (first ever)
Scout Murphy — First place, AA (first ever)
Scarlett Murphy — First place, AA (first ever)
Bryton Ferrari — First place, AA (first ever)
Morgan Fields — Second place, AA (improved by three points)
Keystone Big Mountain Enduro — July 9-10
An open mountain bike enduro race, held over two days on six different courses at the Keystone Bike Park from July 9-10. The event drew roughly 300 riders from across the nation and world, including Enduro World Series veterans Richie Rude, Chris Del Bosco of Vail and Nate Hills of Breck.
All times below are total for all six stages. For complete results and individual stage times, see the BME website at http://www.bigmountainenduro.com. The next event is a EWS sanctioned race at Aspen Snowmass on July 30-31.
Open pro division, men’s (overall)
1. Richie Rude, Yeti/Fox Shox — 49:01.82
2. Jubal Davis, Yeti — 50:44.48
3. Shawn Neer, Yeti — 50:51.47
Open pro division, women’s (overall)
1. Anne Galyean, Marin/Shimano — 59:21.55
2. Cooper Dendel, Honey Stinger/Bontrager — 60:08.84
3. Porsha Murdock, Fly Racing — 61:50.89
Princess of the Beach No. 2 — July 8
The second and final Princess of the Beach event, a two vs. two sand volleyball tournament held on the outdoor courts at the Silverthorne Recreation Center on July 8. The final tourney drew 17 competitors younger than 15 years old for a slate of 11 games, dozens of digs and, in the end, one Princess of the Beach.
When all was said and done, June winner Christina Koetteritz passed the tiara and her title to young Mya Nicholds, daughter of Silverthorne rec coordinator Mindy Nicholds.
Summit Trail Running Series No. 3, Bakers Tank — July 6
The third race of the summer-long Summit Trail Running Series, held on a 4K and 11K course in the Boreas Pass area of Breckenridge. The event drew more than 200 runners, including nearly 70 youth, for a combination of dirt road and singletrack racing on Boreas Pass, Bakers Tank Trail and a few short connectors in the area.
For complete results, see http://www.townofbreckenridge.com. The next event is Horseshoe Gulch on July 20 at 6 p.m.
Men’s short course, overall
1. Tristan Eastham, 18-29 division — 17:42
2. Colin Szuch, 13-17 division — 17:58
3. Scott Siriano, 40-49 division — 18:18
Women’s short course, overall
1. Alayna Szuch, 10-12 division — 19:52
2. Lauren Offerman, 13-17 division — 20:31
3. Nina Schamberger, 10-12 division — 21:59
Men’s long course, overall
1. Joey Brenner, 18-29 division — 39:27
2. Aaron Hollingshead, 30-39 division — 40:04
3. Colton Gale, 18-29 division — 40:10
Women’s long course, overall
1. Jill Sorenson, 30-39 division — 47:21
2. Ruthie Boyd, 18-29 division — 47:46
3. Caroline Szuch, 40-49 division — 48:32
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