The NORCO West 16s club volleyball team includes front row, from left, Meghan Rabbitt, Molly Dierdorff and Maggie Stanford; back row, from left, coach Darcey Miller, Kailee Duryea, Addie Sulentich, Kaitie Breisch, Jessica Mathews, Callie Hvambsal, D.J. Ditter and coach Sara Ferris.
Steamboat Springs The NORCO West 16s club volleyball team netted a third-place finish at a Lakewood tournament Sunday to finish its season with a 17-10 record overall.
Though the team played in the 16-year-old age division, most of its members were a year younger. Kaitie Breisch, of Steamboat Springs, and Jessica Mathews, of Craig, were the only sophomores on the team. Seven Steamboat Springs High School freshmen - Meghan Rabbitt, Molly Dierdorff, Maggie Stanford, Kailee Duryea, Addie Sulentich, Callie Hvambsal and D.J. Ditter - rounded out the squad.
Darcey Miller and Sara Ferris coached the team.
Highlights of the winter season included winning the Rocky Mountain Region Power 1 Tournament in Fort Morgan in January and netting a top-five finish in the Select Division at the Colorado Crossroads Tournament in Denver in March. The team competed in five power tournaments, winning at least two of four matches at each.
Steamboat Springs-based NORCO West is affiliated with the NORCO Volleyball Club based in Fort Collins. NORCO West fielded competitive teams at age levels 14, 15, 16 and 18.
Hockey players qualify for Utah development camp
Several Steamboat Springs hockey players were selected to the Rocky Mountain District Player Development Camp in Salt Lake City.
Jake Bearss, a sophomore who plays for the Steamboat Springs High School team, was the only Steamboat boy chosen. Also selected was Meghan Lukens, a high school sophomore and captain of the U19 girls team, and Megan Stabile, Olivia Gorr and Monica Patten, all eighth-graders.
Claire Tegl was chosen as an alternate for the camp.
The camp runs from April 29 to May 3 and will bring together some of the best players in the region.
Wrestler places 3rd at Steamboat tournament
Will Burrow placed third in the 145-pound weight class of Sunday's youth wrestling tournament at Steamboat Springs High School.