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John F. Russell: Paige VanArsdale isn't about to let a disability define her

Paige VanArsdale has dealt with obstacles her entire life, but the Steamboat Springs High School student isn't about to let cerebral palsy define who she is, or what she can do.

Monarch hockey validates ranking in win over Sailors

Saturday at the Boulder Valley Ice Arena, No. 7 Steamboat Springs came up on the short end of the stick in an 8-0 loss to the Coyotes (11-0). It was the first time the Sailors have been shut out this season.

Johnson third for Sailor wrestling in Gilcrest

The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team traveled to Gilcrest on Saturday to compete in the Valley Viking Invitational, hosted by Valley High School.

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North Routt Nordic ski team continues to prosper

The team trains at the Home Ranch in Clark twice per week and travels to competitions most weekends. The competitive side of the team is mostly for the middle school kids, with the core group currently made of six boys.

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Burgers shine again at city tennis championship

In the combined mixed 9.5 doubles round robin, the brother-sister duo of Tatum and Teague Burger went 2-1 to claim first place.

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Gold strikes silver at X Games

Arielle Gold laid down her best run on her first try, avoiding the pitfalls of another snowy day in Aspen and paving the way for her best-ever finish at the X Games, second.

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2016 Winter Carnival: Not your typical bike race

The bike race, which takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5 at Howelsen Hill, isn’t your typical bike race. Competitors, ranging from novice to expert, will go head to head down a slalom course on the face of Howelsen, the usual winter domain of skiers and snowboarders

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2016 Winter Carnival: Winter Sports Club continues growing at 102

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club is past the big anniversary and is 102 years old this winter. Could there be a more boring birthday? It’s not like those exciting ones of younger years, the “maybe this will work” anniversary at 10 years old, the 21-year anniversary, when the club was first allowed to drink, or 50, the golden anniversary.

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2016 Winter Carnival: Logan Sankey chosen as carnival queen

Representing the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club on and off the mountain, the 2016 Winter Carnival court includes Logan Sankey as queen along with Anna Burkholder and Ashley Spiegel as attendants.

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2016 Winter Carnival: Button reflects "Warmth of Winter" theme

Reflecting the theme, "Warmth of Winter," the 2016 Winter Carnival button illustrates the meaning of community and friendship.

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2016 Winter Carnival: Ed and June MacArthur are grand marshals for the 103rd annual parade

The grand marshals for the 103rd Winter Carnival parade have spent decades making sure their community and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club get better and better.

Soroco boys pick up gritty win

It wasn’t pretty, but it was an important win Saturday for the Soroco High School boys basketball team.

Defense nets Rams huge win

The Soroco High School girls basketball team bounced back from its only league loss of the season in a big way on Saturday.

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Orange, White and Gold: Ladley wins X Games gold

Steamboat Springs snowboarders went big and took advantage of the conditions when others couldn't. It added up to the a career-defining win, gold at the X Games in Aspen.

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Sailors' Nordic ski team strong in only home meet

Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski coach Harry Niedl set goals for his athletes heading into Saturday’s lone home meet of the season, a five-kilometer individual start classic race at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center. Not only did the skiers meet those goals, but, led by senior Natalie Bohlmann, they managed to far exceed them.