Summer vacations are over for many of Delta County School District 50J athletes. Student athletes in golf for both Cedaredge and Delta have been playing tournaments for the past few weeks.
Their season (tournament play) began on Aug. 8 with play at Battlement Mesa in the Grand Valley Invitational.
Other sporting events are slated to keep fans hopping from Aug. 20 through Aug. 31.
The Bruins and Panthers were scheduled to play in golf tournaments on Aug. 20 — Cedaredge in GJ-Bookcliff and Delta at Fruita's Redlands course.
Cedaredge also began play in softball (Grand Junction) and tennis at home against Central on Tuesday the 20th. Delta's softball team kicked off its season against Montrose on the same date.
The Bruins face Grand Junction's junior varsity in tennis on Thursday (Aug. 22) at 4 p.m.
Friday's football schedule has the 2012 Class A-champion Bruins traveling to Gypsum to face 3A Eagle Valley at 7 p.m. Cedaredge finishes the week with tennis action in Paonia against Vail Mountain School beginning at 12 noon.
Delta's abbreviated athletic schedule for the week has the Lady Panthers softball team visiting Aspen Saturday (Aug. 24) for a double-header with games set for 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Cedaredge has a pair of athletic events scheduled for early next week, including the Bruin Invitational golf tournament on Aug. 27 (Tuesday) beginning at 1 p.m. The Lady Bruins' softball team visits Fruita Monument on the same date where they take on Fruita's junior varsity team, with varsity action set for 4 p.m.
Delta got some early-season action in softball with last weekend's Softball Jamboree at Canyon View in Grand Junction. Ten teams participated in the daylong competition, with the Lady Panthers playing four games with an hour and 15 minute time limits for each game.blog comments powered by Disqus