Joel Reichenberger

Outdoors and sports reporter

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

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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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Passing on the passion: Hayden's Jordan Temple prepares for final match

Hayden's star swatter Jordan Temple considers life after volleyball

Hayden's Jordan Temple has been one of Routt County's very best volleyball players for four years and always has planned on continuing her career in college. A change of heart could mean today is the final match of her career, however.

Best of the Boat: Coach Caroline Lalive Carmichael

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club coach and Olympian Caroline Lalive Carmichael is Best of the Boat.

Best of the Boat: Coach Rob Bohlmann

Steamboat Springs soccer coach Rob Bohlmann is Best of the Boat.

Best Shoe Store: Steamboat Shoe Market

Steamboat Shoe Market is Best of the Boat.

D'Evelyn knocks Steamboat soccer out of playoffs

The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team's season came to an end Wednesday night under a deluge of D’Evelyn goals, the Jaguars scoring all four of their goals in the first half to beat the Sailors, 4-1, in the Class 4A state soccer tournament.

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Soroco Rams hope for repeat against Hayden football

The playoffs could be on the line for Soroco, but that's the last of the Rams' worries as they welcome Hayden to Oak Creek for a 7 p.m. Friday game.

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Led by seniors, Sailors volleyball beats Bears

The Sailors dismissed Rifle in three quick games, 25-15, 25-11, 25-17. They played efficiently and powerfully and got plenty of help from a Bears squad that struggled throughout the night.

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Soroco's Micah Gibbons grins wide and sprints down the field Friday after hauling in a pass from Rams' quarterback Warren Hayes. Gibbons didn't quite score on the play, but his team did get in for a touchdown on the drive in what was a lopsided win against rival Hayden.

Hayden sophomore Grace Wilkie bumps the ball Friday while playing Soroco.

Hayden sophomore Darian Murphy gets up for a block against Soroco's Laramie Parker on Friday. Both Hayden and Soroco failed in their bids to advance in this weekend's district volleyball tournament, but the Tigers beat the Rams in pool play, their first win in the rivalry in three tries this season.

Hayden senior Jordan Temple has dedicated more than half of her life to volleyball and has reigned as one of the best players in Routt County in her four years in high school. As she prepares for what could be her match Friday, she's ready for something different.

Sailors soccer coach Rob Bohlmann

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