Cripple Creek-Victor senior guard Chris Irelan is third in the state in scoring - among all classifications - according to statistics posted on Max Preps.
Ireland is averaging 26.3 points per game, with a high of 41 coming against Southern Colorado Early College on Jan. 11.
Akron junior Brady Baer leads the state in scoring (34.0), followed by D’Evelyn senior Luke Stratman (28.8).
The 4th Annual Woodland Park Classic Adult Ice Hockey tournament is set to take place Friday through Sunday at Meadowood Park.
The tournament is open to adults 18 and over with an open and recreation division. USA Hockey registration is required. Each team is guaranteed at least four games. There will be playoffs and a championship, with beer and a trophy for the winners.
The cost is $900 per team.
For more information, go to www.bleed-hockey.com, or contact John Barnett at 406-570-8939, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 13th annual Metro League Wrestling Championships will be held Friday and Saturday at Doherty High School in Colorado Springs.
Twenty-four Colorado Springs area high schools will compete. The competition’s first session will kick off on Friday at 4:30 p.m., and will continue at 9 a.m. Saturday morning with session 2. The Championship Finals are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday evening.
Admission for adults is $10 for all day passes and $15 for an all tournament pass. Student admission prices are $5 for either an all day or an all tournament pass.
Woodland Park will hope to finish higher than its 14th place finish from 2012.
The 2012 Metro League champion and 2012 Class 5A state champion Pine Creek will attempt to defend its title. Pine Creek has won the event four times (2006, 2007, 2009, and 2012). Other teams to win COS Metro titles are Widefield (2001, 2002, 2005), Coronado (2008, 2010, 2011) and Doherty (2003, 2004).
Individual medals will be given to the 1st through 8th place winners in each weight class and the top four teams will receive team awards. An Outstanding Wrestler will be named for lower and upper weights. There will also be an Outstanding Underclassman, a senior named Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year, Coach of the Year, Assistant Coach of the Year and Manager of the Year.
The Event finals and semifinals will be webcast live on TheMat.com (www.themat.com).
USA Wrestling’s national staff organizes and conducts this tournament on an annual basis as a service to the Colorado Springs area wrestling community.
The United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) is recruiting helpful volunteers to assist at the 2013 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) World Youth Championships and Pan Am Games to be held in Colorado Springs July 9 through July 14.
The games will feature more than 300 blind and visual impaired athletes from more than 25 nations, all around the world. Athletes will compete in the sports of Judo and Goalball. Goalball is a team sport specifically for blind and visual impaired athletes.
The volunteer duties include time and score keeping, hospitality, interpreters, registration, medal presenters, and drivers.
Goalball will be held at Colorado College El Pomar Gymnasium. Judo well be held at St. Mary’s High School Gymnasium.
If you are interested in volunteering for a specific event or would like more information, please contact Lacey Markle at 719-866-3222 or email@example.com.
Swimming enthusiast, Olympic fans and the rest of the curious world will get their chance to see Missy Franklin swim at next month’s CHSAA state swimming and diving meet in Fort Collins.
A year ago, Franklin’s appearance at the Class 5A meet became a huge distraction as fans flocked to buy tickets and get a glimpse of the future Olympics star. Only 100 tickets were available for the finals on a first-come first serve basis.
Franklin, a Regis Jesuit senior, won four Gold medals at last summer’s London Games.
This year’s state meet event will again be held at the Edora Pool and Ice center - Feb. 8-9. Schools with qualifiers will be given first opportunity to purchase tickets, starting at 10 a.m. on Feb. 5. Each school is limited to two adult tickets per qualifier each day.
The general public will get its chance to purchase tickets at noon on Feb. 6 by going online to chsaa.ticketleap.com. The meet will once again be streamed live online at chsaa.tv.
Athlete Registration is now open for this summers’ Rocky Mountain State Games. Interested folks can go on line at: www.coloradospringssports.org.
The Rocky Mountain State Games is Colorado’s multi-sport gala, with competition for thousands of Colorado athletes of all ages and athletic abilities including physically disabled, visually impaired and Paralympic athletes. Recognized by the National Congress of State Games, a member of the United States Olympic Committee, the 2013 Rocky Mountain State Games will be held July 19-21 and 26-28 in Colorado Springs.
New sports added for the 2013 Games include Arm Wrestling, Disc Golf, Dog Agility, Pickleball, Orienteering, Skateboarding and Ultimate Frisbee.
Last summer, 7,035 athletes from over 120 Colorado cities and towns competed in the Games.
Organized and managed by the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation, the 2012 RMSG will offer competition in 35 sports. Competition will take place along the Front Range with venues including: U.S. Olympic Training Center, U.S. Air Force Academy, Memorial Park, Fort Carson, Colorado College and other venues in Colorado Springs.