The Roaring Fork Rams host the Rifle Bears this afternoon at 4 o’clock. The Bears are in the driver’s seat in the Western Slope 3A division after last weekend’s doubleheader sweep of Cedaredge. Roaring Fork is coming off a split with the Olathe Pirates.

The Coal Ridge Titans take on Grand Valley today in Peach Valley.


Glenwood welcomes Palisade to Stubler Memorial Field tonight for a 6 o’clocl league showdown.

Coal Ridge heads to Rifle for a 4 o’clock game while CRMS travels to Aspen.


The Rockies and Pirates were rained out last night in Pittsburgh. They’ll make up the game during a day-night doubleheader on Wednesday.


NEW ORLEANS (AP) – The New Orleans Saints say absolutely not.
The NFL team is objecting to an ESPN “Outside the Lines”
report that the general manager’s booth in the Superdome was wired
to listen in on opposing coaches from 2002 to 2004. They couldn’t
determine if the system was ever used by Mickey Loomis.
Former Saints head coach and now Washington Redskins defensive
coordinator Jim Haslett also denies any knowledge of the alleged

UNDATED (AP) — The L.A. Clippers are in Atlanta for a game
between teams still vying for home-court advantage in the opening
round of the playoffs. And the Clippers still have a shot at
catching the Pacific Division-leading L.A. Lakers.
The Hawks are in a dogfight with the Celtics, who host Miami.
The Heat still have a slim chance of catching Chicago for the top
seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Both teams are banged up
and are likely to rest some star players.
Also tonight, Oklahoma City hosts Sacramento, New Orleans plays
at Golden State and Utah is home to Phoenix.

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) – The All England Club has increased the
prize money at this year’s Wimbledon tennis championship by 10
percent, to $26 million.
Although the men’s and women’s singles champions will each
receive a record $1.85 million, most of the $2.4 million increase
to the overall pot will go to players who lose in qualifying or the
early rounds.

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