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.
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.
Saturday's game against Simla/Kiowa and Steamboat has been canceled. The Sailors next play April 27.
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.
After a heartbreaking loss Saturday, the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team got back to winning when it traveled Tuesday night to play at Glenwood Springs.
Both schools competed in the Mickey Dunn Invitational on Saturday, which featured 24 teams and more than 700 athletes.
The losing streak got worse Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School baseball team, as the Sailors were rocked in a pair of games against Palisade.
Saturday against visiting Centaurus (3-1) at Gardner Field, the Sailors fell, 2-1, in double overtime, their first defeat after starting the season with seven straight wins.
Saturday against visiting Fruita Monument at Gardner Field, the Sailors pulled one of their biggest upsets so far this season, with a 9-7 win over the Wildcats.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys' lacrosse team took care of business Saturday, beating Grand Junction on the road.
Balancing a roster thrown into flux by injuries and the sheer fact it hadn’t played in nearly three weeks, the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team earned a split Friday during a trip to play two matches at Grand Junction.
Though the third quarter was again a struggle for Steamboat Springs High School lacrosse on Friday against visiting Evergreen at Gardner Field, it was the only negative in an otherwise impressive 19-10 win against the Cougars.
The Sailors, now 7-0, will next host Centaurus at 1 p.m. Saturday at Gardner Field.
The SSHS girls lacrosse team will host Fruita Monument on Saturday.
Steamboat Springs High School baseball coach Rusty McRight said it’s simple mistakes that continue to lead to lopsided losses for the Sailors.