Sports, September 11th


Glenwood—4   Eagle Valley—-2

Rifle—-3   Moffat County—–1

Roaring Fork—-5    Aspen—–2

CRMS—-2   Basalt—–1


Roaring Fork—3  Hotchkiss—–0

Grand Valley—-3   Rifle—-2



ENGLEWOOD (AP) – Cornerback Champ Bailey worked on a side field with strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson during the Denver Broncos’ practice Wednesday, and middle linebacker Wesley Woodyard also was held out. Bailey hasn’t practiced since spraining his left foot Aug. 17. Woodson injured his right ankle in the Broncos’ opener.
If Bailey can’t play against the Giants this weekend, he’ll again be replaced by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. If Woodyard can’t go, he’ll most likely be replaced by 12th-year pro Paris Lenon, who signed Aug. 20, the same day All-Pro linebacker Von Miller received a six-game drug suspension. Miller could face further discipline from the NFL after he was cited last week for speeding and driving without a license, his second run-in with the law in a month.


CLEVELAND (AP) – Alex Gordon homered on the game’s first pitch and Kansas City went on to beat Cleveland and take two out of three from the Indians.  The Royals had a home run, a triple and a single on the game’s first seven pitches to take a 2-0 lead.

UNDATED (AP) – Major League Baseball players, coaches and umpires are wearing American flag patches embroidered on the side of their caps to commemorate the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks 12 years ago. Special lineup cards are being used and patriotic on-field tributes are planned for the 15-game schedule.

BEREA, Ohio (AP) – Former Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden is defending the school in the wake of a Sports Illustrated article charging widespread corruption in the football programs.  The second-year Cleveland Browns quarterback calls the allegations comical and says he saw no wrongdoing during his time at OSU.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is expected to be available for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys after bruising his quad in last weekend’s win at Jacksonville.  Coach Andy Reid said that Charles participated in a walkthrough this morning and “might do a little bit” during the Chiefs’ afternoon practice. 

GRAMBLING, La. (AP) – Grambling State has fired head football coach Doug Williams after the team lost its first two games this year , following a 1-10 season.  The former Tigers quarterback and Super Bowl MVP with Washington led Grambling to the Southwestern Athletic Conference title in 2011.