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City plans to build dedicated pickleball courts at Tennis Center

Since it formed in 2013, the Steamboat Springs Pickleball Association and its merry band of dedicated members have lived a vagabond lifestyle with no real place to call home. Now, plans are in motion to make the growing sport a more permanent fixture in the community.

Joel Reichenberger: Steamboat's special class

Plenty of seniors lament the end of their sports' season, and every coach hates to say goodbye to a senior class. There was something special about this year's Steamboat volleyball team, however. Every so often a special group comes along, and these girls definitely qualify.

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Heartbreaker: Sailors' season ends with devastating regional tourney loss

Sailors' season ends with devastating regional tourney loss

Silver Creek's tenacity proved too much for the Steamboat volleyball team Saturday as the Raptors upset the Sailors in the regional tournament to end Steamboat's season.

Sailor football edges Glenwood Springs in finale

Classy. That’s how Steamboat Springs High School football coach Lonn Clementson described his senior class, a dedicated group of kids who never gave up on themselves or their teammates.

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Twin Powers: Wiedel sisters helping power Sailors to regionals

Steamboat sisters set up squad for regionals

Twin sisters Maritza and Abigail Wiedel share virtually everything, from their hobbies to their classes, their love of volleyball to, of course, their looks. The sisters will try to help their team through the regional tournament Saturday in Steamboat Springs.

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Saturday showdown set for Steamboat

The Steamboat volleyball team will showdown against Erie and Silver Creek on Saturday at home, all three teams playing for the chance to advance to the state tournament.

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Wheelchair tennis a growing option among adaptive sports athletes

Tennis is already a difficult sport. Playing it in a wheelchair is another story.

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Seniors lead Sailors into season finale at Glenwood Springs

After a 49-0 home loss to Delta on Sept. 25 that dropped the Steamboat Springs High School football team to .500 and snapped a two-game win streak, the Sailors were looking for much-needed guidance.

Behind the Gold: Learning to Thrive

Steamboat Springs Olympian Bryan Fletcher has achieved plenty on the snow, and as a childhood cancer survivor, he's intent on giving back through an organization he's helped found, ccThrive.

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Sharing a Royals moment far from home

With the Kansas City Royals in the World Series, I could only hope for a "moment." I found one far from where I expected to.

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Sailors set to serve at home

Volleyball team earns No. 8 seed in tournament

A week ago they did what they had to do, and Monday the Steamboat Springs volleyball team received it’s most tangible reward: the Sailors were selected to play host to one of a dozen three-team regionals to start the Class 4A volleyball tournament.

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New programs aimed at teaching the basics, bringing young players into the game

Introduction to hockey programs offer young skaters the opportunity to learn the game.

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SSHS grad winning big as road racer

Tim Mayhew wasn’t in a hurry to tell his father, Kevin, that he bought a motorcycle. It wasn’t that his father hated motorcycles — he had done some riding back in the day himself — but few parents want to see their children take up a hobby involving so much risk.

New Zealand beats Australia to win Rugby World Cup

The New Zealand All Blacks clinically dissected the Australian Wallabies to win the 2015 Rugby World Cup 34-17 in perfect conditions at a packed Twickenham Stadium in London.

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Love of snowboarding fuels Steamboat Springs man's desire to collect

Chris Smith entered the snowboarding world back in early 1980s and today his love for the sport is matched only by his collection of vintage boards.