Fulton sixth at World Youth Championships in Italy Eleanor Fulton, 16, of Highlands Ranch finished sixth place in the 2,000-meter steeplechase event …
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Fulton sixth at World Youth Championships in Italy
Eleanor Fulton, 16, of Highlands Ranch finished sixth place in
the 2,000-meter steeplechase event at the 2009 World Youth
Championships in Italy. After setting a personal record in the
event at 6 minutes, 48.01 seconds during competition in Ypsilanti,
Mich., as a member of the Zoom Track Club of Highlands Ranch,
Fulton reset her personal best in Italy with 6:37.31. Zoom coach
Connie Williams said the competition in the 2,000-meter
steeplechase in Italy was so tough, the top two finishers broke
“Eleanor has just done an amazing job,” Williams said. “Every
time she stepped on the track, she PR’d.”
Former Mustang wins Western States 100-mile endurance race
Hal Koerner, a Ponderosa High School graduate (1994) and former
Parker resident, won the Western States 100-mile endurance race
June 27 and 28 in California in 16 hours, 24 minutes. He also won
the race in 2007. There was no 2008 race last year due to forest
fires in the course area. After Ponderosa, Koerner graduated
University of Colorado in 2001. He presently owns a running shoe
store in Ashland, Ore.
Martin headed to CSU
Chaparral High School athletic director Gary Thompson said
Wolverines girls basketball standout center Samantha Martin, an
incoming senior, has recently given her commit to play hoops with
Colorado State University after graduation.
Heritage Eagle announce soccer camp
Heritage High School soccer recently announced its 2009 summer
camp for boys and girls soccer players. The camp is 5-7 p.m., Aug.
3-7 at the Heritage High School soccer field in Littleton and will
be directed by Eagles coach Tony Hurt. The staff will consist of
Heritage coaching staff, alongside other coaches and former
players. A t-shirt is included with the $70 cost after July 15.
The camp is designed for students who are in grades 4-9 in the
2009-2010 school year. The camp will emphasize both technical
skills and team tactics. Players will be able to refine their
dribbling, passing, shooting and heading skills. They will also be
taken through progressive drills which focus on defensive and
attacking tactics, as well as transition play.
If you need more information, contact Tony Hurt at
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