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.
Seventeen years ago, the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team met Lewis-Palmer in the state quarterfinals game that shares eerie similarities with the task the team faces Thursday. The Sailors hope the similarities prove more than superficial.
It wasn’t a case of a dream lost for Steamboat Springs High School senior Finn O’Connell. It was more a case of a dream swapped.
For most of the spring track and field season, Soroco High School sophomore Mattie Rossi has owned Class 2A’s top spot in the girls’ 100-meter hurdles. Heading into this weeks’ state meet in Lakewood, however, she’ll have at least one person to look up to.
The Steamboat Springs High School track and field team should find out Sunday who has made the upcoming state meet in Lakewood.
The win sends the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team, the No. 8 seed in the Class 4A state tournament, to Thursday’s quarterfinals against top-seeded Lewis-Palmer. The Rangers defeated No. 16 D’Evelyn 1-0 Saturday and will host the quarterfinal game.
The season ended Friday for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team, a day short of a medal at the Class 4A state tennis tournament in Pueblo.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team will face Silver Creek at 10 a.m. Saturday in the second round of the Class 4A state playoffs at Gardner Field.
Nikki Fry, a 2013 Steamboat Springs High School graduate, was named to the 2016 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse All-Academic honor roll.
Ellese Lupori is the leader of a Sailor defense that has allowed only seven goals all season entering Saturday’s 10 a.m. playoff game against No. 9 seed Silver Creek at Gardner Field.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team wasn’t able to make enough good things happen Thursday, and now, the squad will have to wait for Friday to see if something good will happen to it.