With many students still on spring break, the Steamboat Springs High School track and field team took only a small squad to the Coal Ridge Invitational on Friday.
Annie Martin is always there, even if you don’t notice. She rarely misses a meet for the Steamboat Springs High School track and field team, even though she can't compete. The senior is among the most dedicated athletes at practice, even if she can’t train like her teammates.
With many kids having already left for spring break, the Steamboat Springs High School track and field team still took a partial squad to the Glenwood Springs Demon Invitational on Saturday.
An April snowstorm has caused the cancellation or postponement of numerous prep games across the state, including Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse, girls soccer and girls tennis.
Wednesday at Glenwood Springs, the Sailors used a strong second half to rally for a 15-9 win.
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Battle Mountain and Steamboat Springs exchanged goals early on, but a balanced offensive attack from the Huskies proved to be too much to handle as the home team won, 20-4.
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The score was the same Tuesday, 3-1, as the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team beat Glenwood Springs by that same tally for the second consecutive game.
Gypsum was the place to be Saturday, as all three Routt County High School track and field teams competed in the Eagle Valley Invitational, hosted by Eagle Valley High School.
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It was a lopsided final score Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team, but coach John Aragon said he was proud of how his team hung with a strong Class 5A squad.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team couldn’t get a win Saturday playing at Aspen, but coach Betsy Frick said she liked some of what her team was dishing out.
Three quick goals to open the second half essentially put the game to rest, a 12-3 win for Cheyenne Mountain (7-2), ranked No. 3 in Class 4A, over the No. 7-ranked Sailors. The loss was the first for Steamboat (6-3) since losing to Battle Mountain on March 26, ending a streak of five consecutive wins.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team had no trouble Friday with Thompson Valley.
Maybe the Sailors, ranked No. 7 in Class 4A, were still recuperating from Wednesday’s win against No. 8 Thompson Valley or they were too focused on Saturday’s impending challenge against No. 3 Cheyenne Mountain. Either way, the intensity wasn’t always there in an 8-5 win over the No. 9-ranked Skiers at Gardner Field.