Meg O’Connell finished second in the girls 3,200 meter run Saturday at the Glenwood Springs Demon Invitational. O’Connell’s time of 12 minutes, 50.47 seconds was a career best.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball doubleheader against Moffat County High School has been canceled because of poor field conditions.
Meg O’Connell continued to help lead the way for the Steamboat Springs High School track and field team on Saturday at Glenwood Springs, placing second in the 3,200-meter run.
The end of the season has already come for several local athletes now competing for colleges around the country.
With the end of the seasons looming, last week featured huge games for the Steamboat lacrosse and soccer teams.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team ran into one of the region’s best on Saturday, and quite simply, the Sailors were overpowered.
It was an up and down day for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team Saturday, one that left the team plenty to focus on as the season nears its end.
In what amounted to an utter collapse, Steamboat lost composure and, eventually, the game Saturday. Valor Christian won, 11-10.
Steamboat had beaten Fruita earlier this month, and girls lacrosse coach Betsy Frick sensed Saturday’s game could be close. There was no such problem.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team still controls its own destiny, but in Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Class 4A’s No. 9 Wheat Ridge, there was a sense that an opportunity was missed.
It was a good day from top to bottom for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team, which beat Evergreen on Friday in a dual, 7-0.
Staemboat fell, 14-3, on Friday against Grand Junction and heads back into action Saturday for a big game against Fruita Monument.
Following Friday’s 21-0 lambasting of Glenwood, it’s had to argue that Steamboat isn’t on the heels of its biggest day of lacrosse: Saturday against No. 8 Valor Christian.
After 13 concussions were reported during the 2011 football season, that number was reduced to four this past season.
On a frosty Wednesday night in Edwards, the teams ended up knotted at two. The tie was the rivals’ second of the season. In round one, the Sailors and Huskies played to a 1-1 draw March 30 at Gardner Field in Steamboat Springs.