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Soroco's Veilleux crushes mile, two-mile fields in Craig

For the first time in a handful of weeks, the Soroco High School track and field team did not break any school records when it competed Friday at the Clint Wells Invitational in Craig. In fact, nothing really stood out to Soroco coach David Bruner as being special. Even freshman Chloe Veilleux’s dominance in the mile and two-mile races was nothing surprising.

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More records fall for Soroco track

It’s a bad time to be a Soroco High School track and field school record. This season, the Rams have shown a penchant for breaking those records, including the destruction of two more Friday at the Coal Ridge Invitational.

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Numerous Rams set PRs at Glenwood

The Soroco High School track and field team didn't let the return of Old Man Winter bother them Saturday at the Glenwood Springs Demon Invitational, in which numerous athletes set personal records and two school records fell.

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Soroco sophomores lead charge with state track a month away

Soroco High School sophomores Mattie Rossi and Ben Kelley continue to add their names to the school record books.

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Friday prep games called off

An April snowstorm has caused the cancellation or postponement of numerous prep games across the state, including Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse, girls soccer and girls tennis.

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Soroco's Peterson inks with Adams State for basketball

Soroco High School senior Briana Peterson said as soon as she started playing basketball for the Rams, she believed she could one day play in college. Her parents — Greg and Stephanie Peterson — thought the same, but didn’t foresee the hurdles their daughter would have to overcome to get there.

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Area track teams compete in Eagle Valley

Gypsum was the place to be Saturday, as all three Routt County High School track and field teams competed in the Eagle Valley Invitational, hosted by Eagle Valley High School.

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Kelley wins again for Soroco track

The Soroco High School track and field team traveled to a meet at Cedaredge on Saturday, making up for Thursday meet in Brighton that was canceled because of weather.

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High school sports weekend preview for March 31-April 2

Steamboat Springs High School's boys and girls lacrosse teams, as well as its soccer team, all play at home this weekend.

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Soroco's Peterson, Logan lead postseason basketball honorees

Briana Peterson, a senior for the Ram girls, and Eric Logan, a senior on the boys’ team, were both awarded player of the year honors in the Class 2A Western Slope Gore league following the 2015-16 season.

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High school sports weekend preview for March 18 to 20

The Sailors' boys and girls lacrosse teams each host games Saturday, while the SSHS girls soccer team has a pair of weekend road games. Steamboat baseball plays at Rifle on Saturday, while the SSHS, Hayden and Soroco track seasons all begin Friday, also in Rifle.

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Paonia tops Soroco girls in regional championship game

The Rams lost 53-41 to top-seeded Paonia (22-2) in their Class 2A Region 3 championship game, played Saturday at Rifle High School. The loss ends Soroco’s season with a 20-4 overall record, with its two four-year seniors — Briana Peterson and Kali Constine — having won 69 games throughout their four years, a program record.

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Rams rumble into regional finals

The Soroco High School girls basketball team did Friday what it’s done each of the past two seasons: won in the regional tournament semifinals to advance to the championship.

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Soroco pushes for the program

Rams return to regionals for third consecutive season

It wasn't long ago when the Soroco High School girls basketball team could hope for good games or, maybe, a good season. Now, the Rams have strung together three consecutive trips to the regional tournament, and they're hoping to continue to build not a good team, but a good program.

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Soroco's Eric Logan signs with Texas college for rodeo

When Soroco High School senior Eric Logan moves to West Texas next fall, he admits he is going to miss the mountains and the snow. But he is chasing something he’s been yearning for since he could put on his own cowboy boots, and that chase could have led him nowhere else.