A banner year for the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team led to nine athletes being selected as All-Mountain Conference players.
Garret Ehrick, Jasper Gantick, Gus Worden and Jack Spady were named to the first team.
Ehrick, who also was voted as the team's Most Valuable Player, led the team in ground balls with 71. Worden led the team with 24 goals, and Gantick and Spady were key parts to a Sailors squad that went 13-0 in the regular season.
Midfielder Ian Anderson, attackman Andrew White and goalie David Mucklow were named to the second team.
John Burrow and Tyler Samlowski were named to the honorable mention team.
Gantick also was selected to play in the Froelicher-Toll All-State game today. The game pits four teams of all-stars from against the state against one another. The first game starts at 5 p.m., the second is at 6:30 p.m. and the championship game is at 8 p.m.
All games are at Regis Jesuit High School in Denver.
Steamboat baseball puts 3 on All-League team
On the baseball field, seniors Lars Johnson and Alex Wood were named to first team All-Western Slope League, and sophomore Alan Capistron was named honorable mention.
Johnson hit .474 and didn't make an error all year roaming center field.
Wood was one of the most dominant pitchers in the league. Although he had an 0-1 record, his 2.38 ERA was one of the best in the league. He also hit .393 and tied for the team lead in home runs with two.
Capistron was one of the most improved players in the league. After hitting just .230 last year, Capistron hit .422 this year. He led the team with 19 hits and tied Wood with two home runs.
"I hate to see Lars and Alex go," Steamboat manager Dave Roy said. "They'll leave a big hole in the pitching staff. But with guys like Alan coming along, we'll fill that gap pretty quickly."
Cole Worsley named Swimmer of the Year
The accolades for Steamboat Springs High School senior and Moffat County High School swimmer Cole Worsley keep pouring in.
After winning the 50-yard freestyle and finishing second in the 100 butterfly Saturday at the Class 4A State Swimming Championships in Loveland, coaches voted Worsley as the 4A Swimmer of the Year.
Worsley finished his high school career with two state championships and two runner-up finishes. He'll swim for the University of Denver next season.