Reserved passes on sale now
Reserved tournament passes for any seat at Suplizio Field for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series are on sale through Thursday.
Starting Friday, single-game reserved tickets for the first-base “Tower” section go on sale. The stadium-style seats are $12 each for day games, $15 for night games.
Reserved tickets are available through Monumental Events (2470 Patterson Road, Unit 1B; http://www.MonumentalEvents.com; 877-434-8497). Single-game reserved seats in the Tower section will be sold at the gate.
Single-game general admission tickets for the grandstands are sold at the gate, $8 each, $10 for Game 18 on June 1 and Game 19 on June 2.
Tournament officials said more than 6,000 general admission seats will be available for every game of JUCO, which begins May 26.
General admission tournament passes are $35 for adults and $25 for students (ages 6-21) and senior citizens (65-older) and are on sale at Alpine Banks, City Market stores, the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce, B&H Sports and the JUCO office in the Home Loan building at 4th and Rood Avenue.
Mavs’ Maihi makes regional team
Colorado Mesa’s Courtney Maihi was selected to the 2012 Daktronics All-Central Region team.
The junior designated player from New Zealand was one of four RMAC players on the first team, joining Adams State’s Rebecca Lindquist and Katelyn Lovato and Colorado Christian’s Hannah Rapoport.
Stacey Struzynski of Winona State is the Central Region Pitcher of the Year. Molly Link of Winona State is the Central Region Player of the Year.
The first-team selections move to the national ballot for All-America recognition.
Two GJ boys place in Northglenn
Two Grand Junction boys placed in the Northglenn Judo Championships last week at Legacy High School.
Thomas Gaasche won the Boys Juvenile A&B Division for 141 pounds and Cody Cloud placed second in the Boys Novice No. 8 division.
Both boys fight out of Grand Mesa Judo.
Mavs host free clinic on Friday
The Colorado Mesa University men’s and women’s coaching staff is hosting a free clinic for youth soccer players ages 7-10 from 5-6:15 p.m. on Friday at Bergman Field.
The coaches will teach skills and play small-sided “world cup” games with the children.
Players need to bring a soccer ball, shin guards and water. Parents can register their children 15 minutes before it starts at 4:45 p.m.
For more information call men’s coach Josh Pittman at 970-248-1094.