Joel Reichenberger

Outdoors and sports reporter

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

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Hayden volleyball picks up 1 more win

The Hayden High School volleyball team capped its regular season with a win Saturday, hitting the road to knock off De Beque, 25-14, 25-10, 25-18.

Soroco volleyball picks up another win

Beat in three sets in September, the Soroco High School volleyball team exacted some revenge Saturday in a three-set sweep against Plateau Valley.

Soroco runs wild on Plateau Valley

The Soroco High School football team dialed up its running attack and ran over Plateau Valley on Saturday, beating the Cowboys for the second time this season.

Steamboat Winter Sports Club hopes changes build better skiers

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports club is ushering in some changes for its young athletes, hoping to craft better all-around skiers.

Rams volleyball wins in 4 against Rangely

The Soroco High School volleyball team picked up a four-set win Friday night, going on the road to knock off Rangely.

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Hayden volleyball falls in 4 on Senior Night

Hayden lost on senior night, falling 25-14, 26-24, 22-25 and 25-23 in its home finale.

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Hayden football looks for positives after lopsided loss

Norwood beat Hayden at home, 59-6, leaving the Tigers to look for positives in a lopsided loss.

Mountain bike team poised for state

The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team will compete Sunday in the state championship.

Fundraising race returns to benefit schools

The Steamboat Sneak returns to Steamboat Springs on Saturday, offering a chance to stretch the legs and raise some money for the town’s two elementary schools.

Joel Reichenberger: CHSAA, geography help fumble 8-man football

As Soroco plays its second football game this season against Plateau Valley, it's time to reflect on the mess that is 8-man football on the Western Slope.

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Rob Powers, red, helps pull a weighted sled Saturday morning at the Manic Warrior event, a fitness challenge that raised more than $10,000 for the American300 organization that Powers heads. American300 organizes visits for American service members and has included lots of Steamboat personalities, from Olympians to other personalities in town, from Olympian Johnny Spillane to astronaut Steve Swanson. The event partnered with Manic Training and drew about 150 athletes to participate in a series of athletic exercises early Saturday morning at Whistler Field in Steamboat Springs.

Programs for young skiers with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club will change heading into this winter, intent on building better all-around skiers.

Hayden's Grace Wilkie celebrates a point Friday against North Park.

Hayden's Kenzie Fry swings for the ball Friday against North Park.

Hayden's Jessika Hockett knocks the ball Friday against North park.

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