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Players in the women’s open division serve with Buffalo Mountain in the background during the 2015 Putterhead Doubles volleyball tournament on Aug. 8 at the Silverthorne Recreation Center.
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The fourth tournament of the boy’s golf season, held Aug. 27 at Rifle Creek Golf Club. The Tigers varsity squad faced off against 10 teams on 18 holes at the links-style course with a par of 72. The JV team placed second behind Aspen when three teams withdrew.

Overall varsity team

1. Rifle

2. Summit

3. Moffat County

Overall varsity individual

1. Jacob Smith — 75, Rifle

2. Will Hazen — 77, Aspen

3. Wyatt Carter — 78, Rifle

Summit varsity individual

1. Keegan Cancelosi —82, fourth overall

2. Tyler Horill — 83, fifth overall

3. Graham Gaspard — 85, seventh overall (tie)

4. Hays Braner — 87, 10th overall (tie)

5. Ethan Moroco — 88, 11th overall (tie)

Summit JV individual (25 players)

1. Mark Davidson — 90, 5th overall

2. Dorje John — 93, 6th overall (tie)

3. Noah Begley — 93, 6th overall (tie)

4. Rex Andrews — 106, 9th (tie)

5. Joey Klass — 117, 10th overall


The Summit cross-country team’s season opener, held Aug. 29 on a relatively flat course at Crown Mountain Park outside of Basalt. All told, eight teams from the Central Rocky Mountain region competed, with five complete scoring teams.

Overall girl’s team

1. Summit

2. Aspen

3. Glenwood Springs

Overall boy’s team

1. Glenwood Springs

2. Rifle

3. Meeker

Overall girl’s individual

1. Ruthie Boyd — 19:57, Summit

2. Claudia Herons — 20:42, Glenwood Springs

3. Sarah Nagler — 20:46, Rifle

Overall boy’s individual

1. Ben Kelley — 17:15, Soroco

2. Austin Russell — 17:30, Meeker

3. Henry Barth — 17:36, Glenwood Springs


The Summit Range Association’s third-annual rifle shooting competition, held Aug. 29 at the revamped Summit County Shooting Range. Roughly 20 shooters competed in the adult and youth divisions. Competitors were scored on a target with four bull’s-eyes and five shots per target (.22 and .117 caliber rifles only).

Overall adult division

1. Jessica Smith

2. Bruce Youngdahl

3. Jim Fuxa

Overall youth division

1. Cameron Kalaf

2. Ryley Cibula

3. Graham Kalaf


The classic Putterhead Doubles volleyball tournament drew roughly 600 teams from across the country for three days of play from Aug. 7-9. Teams were split between 16 divisions on grass and sand courts in Breckenridge and Silverthorne, including several top-tier college duos in the men’s and women’s open divisions. It was Colorado’s largest open tournament in nearly a decade, according to organizers. Winners in both open divisions took home $1,200 each.

Overall men, open division

1. Bryce Walsh and Kevin Mollman

2. John Stalls and Myk Zerebeckyj

3. Tyler Bartsch and TK Keith

3. Jason Wyrick and Paige Harrington

Overall women, open division

1. Christina Shao and Meghan Barkman Law

2. Cat Wieser and Katie Arvidson

3. Tanya Bond and Tess Rogers

3. Erin Lehman and Pamela Sorenson


An annual 10K, half-marathon and near-marathon (23 miles), held on trails in the Breckenridge area on Aug. 29. For complete results, see

Overall men’s, 10K

1. Matthew O’Malley, 49:02

2. Ron Bollenberghe, 50:59

3. Max Rohr, 54:56

Overall women’s, 10K

1. Jessica Bela, 1:00:56

2. Alicia Mclean, 1:01:17

3. Robin Hardie, 1:08:19

Overall men’s, half-marathon

1. Brandon Birdsong, 1:45:23

2. Tommy Manning, 1:48:41

3. Peter Innes, 1:49:09

Overall women’s, half-marathon

1. Rachel Cerny, 2:17:57

2. Sharon McDowell-Larsen, 2:20:11

3. Shannon Haynes, 2:22:12

Overall men’s, marathon

1. Joseph Gray, 3:05:13

2. Josh Arthur, 3:29:17

3. Paul Steinweg, 3:33:05

Overall women’s, marathon

1. Jeanne Cooper, 4:20:34

2. Brandy Rothman, 4:44:54

3. Dana Kracaw, 4:53:03

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