Lukens has been a staple on defense all year and helped the Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team advance to the Class 4A final four.
Three Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse players were named to the 2013 Mountain all-league team Friday.
As Peter White has navigated his junior year of playing soccer, skiing Alpine and Nordic and playing lacrosse, there isn’t a person who can say White ever took a practice or a game off.
Despite missing the fall volleyball season and half the basketball season recovering from an ACL tear to her left knee, Nikki Fry showed why she is an elite athlete.
The challenge in front of Betsy Frick was daunting. The task was to restart a youth program from scratch with little to no help. But Frick said she had no reservations about the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team.
The season started with a high ranking and all the optimism possible, but there were plenty of times during the regular season when it appeared this Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team might not be all that special.
Playing in the state quarterfinals, the Steamboat and Cheyenne Mountain boys lacrosse teams went back and forth with Steamboat narrowly holding on. The win put the Sailors in the Final Four for the first time in school history.
Steamboat Springs High School MVPs by team
Past one end zone, just outside the track and just under the Legacy Stadium scoreboard sat Bob Hiester somewhere in the confines of the Cracker Jack box locker room, giving one final post-game speech.
On Wednesday at Legacy Stadium in Aurora, Air Academy was a bit better and a bit more disciplined, coming away with a 6-4 win. For that, it will play for the school’s first state championship.
Players and coaches from the Air Academy and Steamboat lacrosse teams are ready for the Final Four matchup.
The season is upon spring sports all around the region, including for those former high school athletes from Routt County now competing for colleges.
The Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team reached uncharted territory Friday, when it beat Cheyenne Mountain, 10-9, to advance to the state semifinals.
The weather cleared enough to allow the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team to get on with a full day of tennis at the state tournament Friday in Pueblo, but a rough day of results sent the squad packing.
No. 1 singles player Rachel Grubbs and No. 3 singles player Kira Lorenzen each advanced. The No. 2 doubles team of Brooke Metzler and Maddie Labor and the No. 4 doubles team of Sydney Boyd and Sabina Berend also advanced.