Sports Briefs

Southwest Softball draft

The Southwest Softball players’ draft for ages 16-Under and 12U, is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Parque de Vida. For more information, please contact Kerri Orr, SWSBC Secretary, at 560-9948.

Pueblo to Pueblo Run

The annual Pueblo to Pueblo, 10K, 11-mile and 2-mile fun run/walk event will be held Saturday. People can register by going to or stopping by the Cortez Cultural Center at 25 N. Market St., Wednesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or by calling the center at 565-1151 for more information.

Cortez Rec. men’s and women’s softball

The City of Cortez Parks and Recreation department is registering for its men’s and women’s softball league. It is eight league games plus a double-elimination tournament. The season begins Monday, May 13. It’s $300 per team. Registration deadline is Saturday, May 4. Contact Joye McHenry at 564-4080 or email

Golf with Grace tourney

The third annual Golf with Grace golf tournament will be held north of Durango at The Glacier Club on Friday, May 24. This golf tournament is in support of Grace Preparatory Academy in Durango with all proceeds going to the scholarship fund, along with the operating needs for Grace Prep. Contests include closest to the hole, longest drive and hole-in-one. For further information and to sign up, visit or contact Bob Marcus at 382-0222 or Larry Corman at 749-8438. Email inquiries can be sent to Space is limited, so be sure to sign up quickly.

Tri-City Soccer registrations

Tri-City Soccer is currently accepting registrations for spring soccer. Spring soccer will run from April 8 through May 4, for most teams. There will be teams for children 3 through 13 (based on their age as of July 31, 2012). Placement is based on first-come, first-served space availability. If a child played soccer in fall 2012, then parents do not need to re-register their child. Registrations can be picked up at the Cortez Recreation Center. Parents can also register online at

Call 749-5475 or email with questions.

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