Joe DeLine, a 2016 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, plans to continue the family legacy. However, he also plans to take a somewhat rebellious approach.
Steamboat Springs High School grad Christi Valicenti didn't get a Disney-approved ending to her collegiate tennis career, but that did little to tarnish her four years as a college athlete.
Matthew White seems content with his decision to trade his skis for a surfboard when he heads to college this fall. A December graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, he realizes his focus should be on academics and not chasing a wild dream.
While Friday’s meet did mark an end to the camp, it doesn’t mean an end to the summer track opportunities for Steamboat youth.
Lucy Shimek isn’t new to lacrosse, and it showed in her first season at Steamboat Springs High School. As a freshman this spring, Shimek earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Colorado High School Activities Association for her play with the Sailors girls lacrosse team.
Awards include teams and coach of the year for 2015-16
Soroco High School took home both male and female athlete of the year honors for Routt County.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team enjoyed one of its best seasons in 20 years this spring. The good times kept rolling this weekend for the Steamboat Springs Youth Soccer Association, which won championships in two divisions at the Real Colorado Cup soccer tournament on the Front Range.
Seniors Jordan Gorr and Drew Williamson were each selected to play in Thursday's Class 4A all-star game in Denver.
Local star Jack McNamara, who will be a senior at Steamboat Springs High School next fall, became the first to ink with the still unnamed team.
Two earn All-America honors playing for CU
A pair of Steamboat Springs graduates playing on the University of Colorado men's club lacrosse team earned All-America honors from the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association.
Steamboat Springs High School sophomore Jon Ruehle and freshman Cade Rowan have found a new life on the Sailors' track team. Both boys struggle with autism.
At one point, not long ago, Steamboat Springs High School senior Alexandra Tumminello didn’t believe the Sailors’ girls 4x800 relay team could qualify for the state track meet. She knew what the qualifying times were, and Steamboat simply wasn’t in that category.
The best season of Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer in the past 15 years came to an end Thursday night, the Sailors shedding tears and sharing hugs with teammates, friends and family as the sun set at Lewis-Palmer High School.
Gabrielle Bohlmann didn’t hesitate when asked to name her favorite memory of playing soccer for Steamboat Springs High School. It wasn’t one moment, exactly, but an entire season of playing alongside her younger sister, Natalie Bohlmann.
The state track and field meet gets underway Thursday at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood.