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 The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team had a historic season. In the state’s first year with Class 4A, Steamboat made a run to the school’s first Final Four. So, of course, the postseason awards were plentiful.
Steamboat cleaned up across the state, as well as in the Mountain League.
Coach Bob Hiester, who was in his final year coaching, directed one of the teams at the all-state game.
Seniors Christian Ramirez and Penn Lukens both played for Hiester at the game and earned first-team all-state recognitions.
Ramirez, Lukens and fellow senior Ben Custer were named first-team all-league as well.
Ben Wharton and Peter White were named to the second team, and Alex Elliott, Tyler Scott, Thomas Tarcha and Michael Wong were named honorable mention.
As for team awards, Charles Toye and Peyton Trask earned Most Improved, Custer was named Most Inspirational and Wharton was named the MVP.
“You can see by the spread, there are quite a number of kids,” Hiester said. “We weren’t a one- or two-player team this year. We spread things around. It’s been a fun, neat group of kids to work with.”
To reach Luke Graham, call 970-871-4229 or email lgraham@SteamboatToday.com