Joel Reichenberger

Outdoors and sports reporter

Email: jreichenberger@SteamboatToday.com Call: 970-871-4253

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Steamboat Living: Things Steamboaters should know

No matter how long you’ve been here, there are certain things you ought to know how to do living in Steamboat. We’re not talking the obvious how to ski or bike, but the more intrinsic things to have in your seasonal arsenal here in Ski Town USA. No masters ourselves, we combed the valley floor for tips from experts to help ease the learning curve.

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Tennis pro brings elite experience to Steamboat

Lilia (Osterloh) Snape is coming on as a pro at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs after a long, accomplished career playing at the very top of the top of the sport.

Linnea Dixson shines at collegiate cycling nationals

Steamboat Springs cyclist Linnea Dixson was podium fast at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Beech Mountain, North Carolina this week.

Steamboat rodeo wrangles big award

Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series was named the top small rodeo in the Mountain States Circuit.

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Eyes ahead for Sailors volleyball team

The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team got the No. 15 seed and plays at No. 10 Pueblo West and also against No. 27 Longmont on Saturday in the regional volleyball tournament.

Steamboat girls 9th at state cross country

The Steamboat Springs High School girls cross country team placed ninth overall in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship meet at the Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs.

Steamboat spikers bounce back

The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team bounced back from an unexpected loss Friday to win a match that should have been scary, beating Delta in four sets.

Steamboat football stumps Summit

Steamboat got to early special teams touchdowns, helping lead the way to a 36-13 win on the road against Summit.

Steamboat volleyball stumbles on road trip

Steamboat lost in five sets on the road at Palisade, a team the Sailors handled in four sets earlier this season and one that woke up Friday with three league wins.

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Season-ending win satisfies Hayden

Tigers, Rams both out at district volleyball tournament

Paonia came out on top in a pool with Hayden and Soroco at the district volleyball tournament, but with a win against the Rams, the Tigers ended their season on a high note.

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Lilia (Osterloh) Snape is coming on as a pro at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs after a long, accomplished career playing at the very top of the top of the sport.

The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series board of directors pose at the Brent Romick Rodeo Arena in Steamboat Springs. The local rodeo was named the best small rodeo in the Mountain States Circuit.

Regina Britton, left, and Karen Kosakowski stand outside the Routt County Courthouse after becoming the first same-sex couple to be granted a marriage license in the county. The North Routt couple said they were relieved when a recent United States Supreme Court decision opened the door for their marriage in their home state. They didn't hurry the process, however. They said their visit to the courthouse in Steamboat Wednesday wasn't about politics and that they'd waited to talk with their families and begin planning their wedding before getting their marriage license.

Steamboat coach Wendy Hall watches over a practice Tuesday. The Sailors travel Saturday to play in the regional volleyball tournament in Pueblo.

Hayden High School volleyball players Darian Murphy, left, and Grace Wilkie celebrate the Tigers' big win against rival Soroco in Friday's district tournament, avenging a pair of regular-season losses to the Rams in the process.

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