Glenwood Springs–The annual Glenwood Springers Community Track Meet will be held tomorrow evening at Stubler Memorial Field. The meet is open to athletes of all ages to compete in a wide variety of events including hurdles, sprints and relay races. The meet gets underway at 5 pm.

Denver–The Rockies beat the Chicago White Sox last night at Coors Field, 3 to 2. It took 13 innings for the Rockies to get the job done as Ty Wigginton knocked in Troy Tulowitzki with the winning run.

Elsewhere in sports…

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (AP) – A lawyer for Denver Broncos cornerback
Perrish Cox is again asking a judge not to release a document
detailing allegations of sexual assault against him.
Cox is accused of two counts of sexual assault stemming from a
Sept. 6 incident. A hearing is scheduled Wednesday before a
Colorado judge for his lawyer to argue against releasing an
affidavit that explains why authorities wanted a warrant to arrest
him. Such affidavits are often available to the public, but in
January the judge ordered that it be kept secret, saying it could
expose Cox and the alleged victim to abuse.
The Associated Press and The Denver Post asked the judge to
reconsider and he granted the request last week. He said the
alleged victim’s name and other personal information must be
redacted before it is released.

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – Five day games highlight today’s interleague
schedule in the Major Leagues. Cincinnati and the Rays get things
started this afternoon in Tampa. Other afternoon matchups feature
the Dodgers at Minnesota, Kansas City at San Diego, Atlanta at
Seattle and Cleveland at Arizona. The rest of the schedule is under
the lights.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – With less than a month remaining before the
scheduled opening of NFL training camps, NFL Commissioner Roger
Goodell and NFLPA executive director DeMaurice (dih-MOHR’-ihs)
Smith are scheduled to fly back to Minneapolis today to continue
labor talks. They flew together to Florida last night to speak with
rookies after opening four days of discussions in Minnesota.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – Suspended Notre Dame wide receiver
Michael Floyd pleaded guilty today to a misdemeanor drunken driving
charge and was sentenced to a year of probation and ordered not to
drive for 90 days. Coach Brian Kelly suspended Floyd after his
arrest on March 20, but he’s being allowed to take part in
voluntary workouts.

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) – General Electric today extended its
global Olympic sponsorship through 2020 in a four-games deal worth
hundreds of millions of dollars. The deal runs through the 2014
Winter Games in Sochi (SAH’-chee ), the 2016 Olympics in Rio de
Janeiro and the 2108 Winter Games and 2020 Summer Olympics. The
2018 and 2020 host cities haven’t been selected yet. Coca-Cola,
Dow, Omega, Proctor & Gamble and Visa also have sponsorships
through 2020.

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