It wasn’t that it was a bad game from the team, Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer coach Rob Bohlmann said, but a 2-0 win on the road at Summit gave his team some things to improve upon.
Maybe it’s Chris Campanelli’s background as a hockey goalie that makes him continually pile praise on those around him. Just as a goalie can’t win a game on his own, Campanelli believes it truly takes a team to accomplish anything special on the ice.
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.
The Sailors next play Tuesday in a doubleheader at Eagle Valley High School.
In Grand Junction, the Steamboat Springs High School girls' lacrosse team made easy work of Telluride, winning 18-4.
Battle Mountain, ranked No. 7 in 4A, already owns a win over defending league and 4A state champion Aspen. Saturday in Steamboat Springs, the Huskies added another major victory with an 11-10 overtime win against the No. 5-ranked Sailors at Gardner Field.
The Sailors are scheduled to play Telluride in Grand Junction Saturday morning.
The Sailors are still scheduled to host Battle Mountain at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Unlike her older sister, Kira, Renee Lorenzen never embraced the world of leotards and graceful showmanship that is figure skating. She loved being on the ice, however, and one day, about six years ago, her father, Dave Lorenzen, showed her another way.
Steamboat Springs High School senior Kathleen O’Connell isn’t ready to book her hotel reservations for the state meet quite yet. But, after missing out on the big dance in her first year on the Sailors track and field team last season, the start to 2016 was impressive enough for her to feel optimistic.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys' lacrosse team hosts a pair of home games this weekend. SSHS girls' soccer looks to continue its hot start with a trip to Moffat County on Saturday.
Sailors come back after weak 1st inning to win, 7-4
The teams of Northwest Colorado and their fans are used to chilly conditions, but even they have their limits. A Tuesday doubleheader in Craig between Moffat County High School and Steamboat Springs turned into a solo game as snowfall became too difficult to ignore, the Sailors coming out ahead, 7-4, a comeback win after trailing most of the game.
Steamboat knocks off, shuts out rival
One clear hurdle stood for a senior-laden, expectation-filled Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team during this spring’s regular season. Tuesday afternoon, the Sailors cleared that hurdle not by inches, but by feet, out kicking and out playing rival Battle Mountain to deliver a crushing 5-0 defeat.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team will play host to its toughest rival at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Coach Rob Bohlmann his squad is inspired and ready for the challenge.
Of the two teams playing Saturday, Windsor was simply more battled-tested than the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ lacrosse team this season, and it paid off.