Steamboat girls lacrosse falls again to Aspen |

Steamboat girls lacrosse falls again to Aspen

The result was only marginally better the second time around, but Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse coach Betsy Frick said she saw development in her team during a Monday night loss at Aspen.

The Sailors, 1-3, opened their season with a 15-6 loss to the squad, and fell 12-6 on Monday.

"We're still seeing progress," she said. "We did a better job of shutting down some of their shooters. They didn't get as many shots on goal."

Steamboat got a pair of goals from Aliegh Aurin and Nikki Fry. Jessie Wallace and Emily Spiess each scored once.

Frick also said the team got a good game from goalie McKenzie Repollo, who had seven saves.

The team next plays Thursday at Eagle Valley, a game the Sailors have their eye on.

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"We should have a really good chance in that one," Frick said.

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