2013 Sailors boys lacrosse schedule
- March 15: Steamboat 18, Eagle Valley 4
- March 16: Steamboat 7, Green Mountain 3
- March 19: Aspen 9, Steamboat 6
- March 22: Steamboat 17, Durango 3
- March 23: Steamboat 16, Telluride 0
- March 28: Steamboat 7, Bountiful, Utah, 2
- March 30: Rock Canyon 10, Steamboat 6
- April 3: Steamboat 12, Battle Mountain 3
- April 5: Steamboat 14, Golden 0
- April 6: Steamboat 9, Cheyenne Mountain 7
- April 8: Steamboat 12, Fruita Monument 1
- April 12: Steamboat 21, Glenwood Springs 0
- April 13: Valor Christian 11, Steamboat 10
- May 2: Steamboat 11, Summit 2
- May 4: Steamboat 11, Grand Junction 9
- May 8: First round: Steamboat 13, Windsor 5
- May 10: Quarterfinals: Steamboat 10, Cheyenne Mountain 9
- May 15: Semifinals: Air Academy 6, Steamboat 4
Steamboat Springs It wasn’t just the score that impressed Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse coach Bob Hiester on Friday night. His squad easily dispatched Golden, with just one win this season, running away with a game that never was close, 14-0.
Hiester said it was the way his team built that lopsided advantage that left him eager for Saturday’s matchup against a far stronger opponent: Cheyenne Mountain.
“We had just a great distribution of scoring and half our goals were assisted,” Hiester said. “Our defense played really strong. They only took eight shots. They weren’t a high-caliber team, but that all speaks to the level we’re playing at right now.”
Steamboat, 7-2, split its goals among nine players. Peter White, Dane Dixson, Ben Wharton, Mitch McCannon and Christian Ramirez all scored two, and Thomas Tarcha, Tyler Scott, Jesse Draper and Erik Sobeck each scored one. Wharton and Tarcha had two assists, and White, Ramirez and Draper each had one.
“We hope the team play carries over. We are a very unselfish lacrosse team, and we move the ball really well. We need to continue to do that,” Hiester said.
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