Central girls soccer coach Beach resigns
Doug Beach resigned Wednesday as the girls soccer coach at Central High School.
Beach, who will continue to coach the boys team, just completed his second season coaching the girls. The Warriors went 7-8 this season, 3-7 in the Southwestern League.
Athletes offered physicals May 24, 25
High school athletic physical screenings are May 24 for girls and May 25 for boys. Both exams are at 6 p.m. at Grand Junction High School.
The no-cost limited exams are not meant to substitute for a regular doctor’s visit.
College Track & Field
Five Mavs on RMAC honor roll
Five members of the Mesa State women’s track & field team made the RMAC women’s honor roll for academic achievement.
Kelsey Follett, a sophomore from Fort Collins, who has a 3.72 GPA, is on the list, along with Cecelia Garcia, a sophomore from Edwards with a 3.84 GPA in business, Ashlee Hafey, a senior from Craig with a 3.37 in sports management, Jessica Smith, a junior from Sandy, Utah, with a 3.47 GPA in sports management, and Sierra Wiggins, a sophomore from Paonia with a 3.40 GPA. Wiggins and Follett have not declared a field of study.
Mavs’ Parra, Jordan on regional team
Gabi Parra, Mesa State’s starting center fielder the past two seasons, was selected to the All-Central Region first team in softball. Parra, who completed her college career this past season, will graduate in December after completing her internship in her hometown of Albuquerque, N.M., and plans to attend graduate school there.
Junior pitcher Sara Jordan made the All-Region team as a utility player.