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Wreck re-ignites SSHS senior's passion for volleyball

Hayley Johnson, who will graduate from SSHS this spring, plans to sign with the Penn State Beavers to play volleyball in college. The Beavers, based out of Monaca, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh, are one of nearly 30 satellite campuses that are part of the greater Penn State University system.

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Tennis team swept against Fossil Ridge

It was a lopsided final score Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team, but coach John Aragon said he was proud of how his team hung with a strong Class 5A squad.

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Girls lacrosse team loses at Aspen

The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team couldn’t get a win Saturday playing at Aspen, but coach Betsy Frick said she liked some of what her team was dishing out.

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Winters shines in dual disciplines

It’s been years since Billy Winters made the “big decision” in his snowboarding career, or, at least the first big decision.

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Cheyenne Mountain drops SSHS boys lacrosse

Three quick goals to open the second half essentially put the game to rest, a 12-3 win for Cheyenne Mountain (7-2), ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, over the No. 7-ranked Sailors. The loss was the first for Steamboat (6-3) since losing to Battle Mountain on March 26, ending a streak of five consecutive wins.

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Steamboat tennis picks up win

The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team had no trouble Friday with Thompson Valley.

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Sailors lax ends skid against Aspen, hosts state's No. 3 Saturday

Maybe the Sailors, ranked No. 7 in Class 4A, were still recuperating from Wednesday’s win against No. 8 Thompson Valley or they were too focused on Saturday’s impending challenge against No. 3 Cheyenne Mountain. Either way, the intensity wasn’t always there in an 8-5 win over the No. 9-ranked Skiers at Gardner Field.

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Steamboat, Moffat soccer game rescheduled

The girls soccer game between Steamboat Springs and Moffat County high schools has been rescheduled for 4 p.m. April 27 in Craig.

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Steamboat girls golfers embracing continued experiment

The little, chocolate-covered almond balls bore an uncanny resemblance to golf balls. And it made sense, as Natural Grocers health coach Alicia McLeod made them for the Steamboat Springs High School girls golf team during their weekly nutrition class Thursday at the downtown store.

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End-of-season events and closures

This weekend the 2015-2016 ski season will come to an end with Springalicious festivities and traditions.

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Steamboat swimmer fifth in age division at Far Western Championships

Steamboat Springs Swim Team member Jenna Smith continues to up the ante in her young career. The 12-year-old competed at the Speedo Short Course Far Western Championships in Pleasanton, California, from March 31 through April 3, where she finished fifth overall in the 11-to-12-year-old girls’ division.

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SSHS tennis beats Evergreen

The Steamboat Springs High School girls' tennis team defeated host Evergreen 4-3 Wednesday, a make-up match that had originally been scheduled for March 15.

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Boys lacrosse drops Thompson Valley in top-10 battle

From sluggish third quarters to costly penalties, there often has been something plaguing the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ lacrosse team this season. Wednesday against Thompson Valley, however, the No. 7-ranked Sailors turned the tide and became the plague themselves in a 14-9 win at Gardner Field.

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SSHS baseball game canceled

Saturday's game against Simla/Kiowa and Steamboat has been canceled. The Sailors next play April 27.

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Sailor girls lax hangs tough with St. Mary's

Facing arguably its toughest opponent so far this season, the Steamboat Springs High School girls’ lacrosse team held its own in a 16-8 loss to undefeated St. Mary’s Academy in Englewood.