2013 Sailors girls lacrosse schedule
- March 8: Aspen 15, Steamboat 6
- March 14: Steamboat 14, Liberty 6
- March 15: Pine Creek 10, Steamboat 9
- March 18: Aspen 12, Steamboat 6
- March 21: Steamboat 11, Eagle Valley 3
- March 27: Battle Mountain 14, Steamboat 3
- March 29: Rampart 15, Steamboat 14, OT
- March 30: Steamboat 13, Eagle Valley 4
- April 4: Steamboat 12, Fruita Monument 8
- April 5: Battle Mountain 13, Steamboat 5
- April 12: Grand Junction 14, Steamboat 3
- April 13: Steamboat 14, Fruita Monument 8
- April 30: Steamboat 15, Summit 9
- May 1: Grand Junction 15, Steamboat 10
- May 4: Durango 10, Steamboat 8
Steamboat Springs It’s been a year of firsts for the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team.
After the team picked up its first win since the program restarted in 2010, the Sailors on Thursday actually dictated a game and did whatever they wanted.
The end result was an 11-3 win at Eagle Valley.
“It’s funny, because the weather was gnarly when we left,” Steamboat coach Betsy Frick said. “The drive through Toponas, it was snowing and I was thinking it was going to be bad. When we got there, it was beautiful. I just had a good vibe. We had a great week of practice.”
Steamboat jumped out to a 9-0 first-half lead, controlling the tempo throughout.
“We controlled the passing and the plays,” Frick said.
Senior Nikki Fry led the attack, pouring in five goals. Aleigh Aurin had four goals, and Jessie Wallace and Emily Spiess each had one.
Dani Flax chipped in an assist, McKenzie Repollo had five first-half saves and Alex English had two saves in the second half during her first game of action.
The team, 2-3 overall, next plays Rampart at 11 a.m. at home Saturday.
To reach Luke Graham, call 970-871-4229 or email lgraham@SteamboatToday.com