Local Sports Briefs: Benefit tournament for local man raises $11,635 | SteamboatToday.com

Local Sports Briefs: Benefit tournament for local man raises $11,635

The Steve Ivers Benefit Golf Tournament, held Aug. 4 at the Steamboat Golf Club, raised $11,635 for Ivers.

Anyone interested in contributing to the fund can do so by sending money in Ivers’ name directly to First National Bank of Steamboat Springs or Moffat County National Bank.

The tournament’s winning team was Preston and Cheryl Ivy and Shane and Sandy Camilletti.

Second-place finishers were Dewey Whitecotton and Liz and Ted Langely.

In third place was Lani and Clark Cleverly, Jamie Eckroth and John Doane.

SSWSC snowboarders in New Zealand

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboard coach Spencer Tamblyn reported on a positive experience halfway through his group’s 2 ½-week training trip to New Zealand.

Tamblyn said the trip has been filled with “some incredible snowboarding, competition, scenery and food,” in an e-mail sent Monday.

In particular, Tamblyn recognized the achievements and progress made by Matt Ladley, Blake Eddington, Chad Oliver, Steve Smith, Andrew Crowser and Ariel Tredway, who placed 14th in a competitive international field at the Burton New Zealand Open.

Tamblyn noted how it was exciting to be part of the growing field of athletes representing the U.S. in the Southern Hemisphere.

“It is fun for all the athletes and all the coaches to be together so far from home. We are proud to be part of it,” Tamblyn said.

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