Community Sports

  • Young Warriors take first playoff win
      Jim Siegle Contributing writer   FREDERICK — The Carbon Valley Warriors are moving on in the playoffs. CV won 26-14 Saturday and advanced to the next round this weekend.
  • Register for metro wrestling program
    FORT LUPTON – Sign up for the Fort Lupton Metro Wrestling team through Oct. 31. The first practice is at 6 p.m., Oct. 2. Scholarships are available.  Call 303-717-9676 with questions.
  • Racquetball
    The first Killer-Z racquetball tournament begins Nov. 13 for A level players and Nov. 20 for B level players. Both tourneys run three days at the Carbon Valley Recreation Center, 701 Fifth St. Pool play begins at 5 p.m. the first day of each tournament. Semifinals and championship rounds start at 1 p.m. Sundays. The fee is $25. Register at the rec center, 701 Fifth St., or at recdistrict.com.
  • Coed basketball registration continues at CV rec center
    Registration for the Carbon Valley rec center’s coed first- and second-grade division basketball league continues. Games are Saturdays against other district teams. Stop in at 701 Fifth St., Frederick, or call 303-833-3660, ext. 111.  
  • Sign up for men's basketball at CV rec center
    Sign up for the Carbon Valley rec center’s men’s basketball league. Call Aaron at 303-833-3660, ext. 111, with questions.
  • Pickleball instruction Nov. 5
    Professional pickleball instructor Nina Klatt will offer an instructional camp from 1 to 2 p.m., Nov. 5, at the Carbon Valley Gymnastics/Senior Center gym. Call 303-833-3533 with questions.
  • Small acreage workshop set for Nov. 1 near Hudson
  • Youth basketball sign-ups through Oct. 17
    Registration is under way for the Fort Lupton youth basketball program for third- through sixth-graders. Sign up by Oct. 10, and the fee is $55. Afterward, the fee increases to $65. The final registration deadline is Oct. 17. Practices start the week of Nov. 10. The first games are Dec. 6.  Volunteer coaches are needed. Call 303-857-4200.
  • SourceGas fuels rec sports
    The Carbon Valley Recreation District has $650 in extra money to spend on its scholarship program. The money comes by way of a contribution from Rose Dreith and Dan Pickett of SourceGas Colorado. “We are happy to support youth sports program in such a fine facility as the Carbon Valley Rec Center, said Pickett, who is the branch manager for SourceGas.
  • Fall Clean-Up Day Sept. 27 in Fort Lupton
    Fall Clean-Up Day, set for 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Public Works Shop at 800 12th Ave. in Fort Lupton, offers residents a convenient opportunity to dispose of unused household items and yard debris (No household trash, concrete, Freon based appliances, or electronics will be accepted; some items may require a fee). There is a suggested donation of $10, and there is a $5 fee for each tire dropped off.