Steamboat Springs May 21 5K
Maybe Soroco High School junior Cassie Constine found out technique is overrated. After all, she broke her own school record Saturday in the Class 2A girls triple jump at the state meet in Lakewood and did it in unorthodox fashion.
The Spirit Challenge Steamboat Springs Running Series race Saturday proved a sentimental event for many in attendance.
Soroco senior Kali Constine had a rough day Thursday, the first of the state meet. She failed to record a mark in the 2A girls high jump, but found a way to redeem herself Friday.
Soroco's Kelley breaks 2A meet record in 800, wins state title
Soroco High School sophomore Ben Kelley expected the worst. He knew how good Lyons runner Paul Roberts is and thought he’d see his dreams shattered at the finish line.
Skiing helped Bryan Fletcher as he bounced back from leukemia, which he was originally diagnosed with at the age of 3. Now, he wants to help other children bounce back, as well, and the foundation he helped found for that purpose, ccThrive, netted a big award last week from the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association.
At one point, not long ago, Steamboat Springs High School senior Alexandra Tumminello didn’t believe the Sailors’ girls 4x800 relay team could qualify for the state track meet. She knew what the qualifying times were, and Steamboat simply wasn’t in that category.
The best season of Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer in the past 15 years came to an end Thursday night, the Sailors shedding tears and sharing hugs with teammates, friends and family as the sun set at Lewis-Palmer High School.
Gabrielle Bohlmann didn’t hesitate when asked to name her favorite memory of playing soccer for Steamboat Springs High School. It wasn’t one moment, exactly, but an entire season of playing alongside her younger sister, Natalie Bohlmann.
The state track and field meet gets underway Thursday at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood.
Seventeen years ago, the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team met Lewis-Palmer in the state quarterfinals game that shares eerie similarities with the task the team faces Thursday. The Sailors hope the similarities prove more than superficial.
It wasn’t a case of a dream lost for Steamboat Springs High School senior Finn O’Connell. It was more a case of a dream swapped.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club is certified golden, at least in the eyes of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association.
As winter melts into spring, many who ride are thinking about getting a new/different/better bike. You might hear, “What should I buy? Who makes the best bike? What about that company?”
Longtime Steamboat Springs resident Jim Dudley understands the magic that comes from winning a penalty kick tie-breaker in the big game. When the Sailors topped Palisade in a shootout back in 1998, it left a mark that our town may never forget.