Joel Reichenberger

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Thickening the ice

Steamboat's junior hockey team hopes to provide opportunity for young skaters

Steamboat's junior hockey team hopes to provide opportunity for young skaters

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High School sports preview, Sept. 22 to Sept. 24

The Steamboat volleyball team has a big game at home Saturday, leading the way for this weekend's high school sports round up.

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Resilient Rams fight back for win

They were down — way down — but the Soroco High School girls volleyball team wasn’t out Tuesday, playing at home against North Park. The Rams lost the first two sets of the match before bouncing back to win in five, 20-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-23, 15-6.

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Battle again bests Steamboat

Sailors fall 3-0 against league rival

The Battle Mountain High School soccer team took advantage of its first big opportunity Tuesday night. Steamboat, meanwhile, missed moments later, setting the tone for another tough game for the Sailors against their league rivals.

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Soccer game time changed

Tuesday's Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer home game against Battle Mountain will start at 6:30 p.m. instead of its originally scheduled time of 6 p.m.

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Steamboat's Boese, Soroco's Kelley both win Saturday

Sailor girls go 1-2, place first as a team

Winter Boese surged in the final mile of the race to win, and Maggi Congdon used a surge of her own in the homestretch to finish second, paving the way Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School girls cross country team to win a meet at Eagle Valley.

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Tigers tumble at South Park

The Hayden football team couldn't hang with South Park on Saturday, losing 22-0.

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100 miles and a hug: Ultra runners light up Steamboat

Paul Sachs knew the race he helped design, the 100-mile Run, Rabbit Run trial ultra marathon, was difficult. He didn't know how difficult until this weekend, when he ran it himself.

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Big win sets table for Huskies showdown

The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team passed one big test Saturday only to set up another. After a 2-1 win against Centaurus, the team is looking ahead to Tuesday's showdown with rival Battle Mountain.

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Sailors bounce back, thump Glenwood

Steamboat lost in three sets Thursday and won in three Saturday. Coach Wendy Hall said the difference between the two matches went far deeper than the opponent.

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Coach Misko Antisin runs through plays on a whiteboard with his team during a Tuesday practice.

Quinny Baker, left, celebrates with teammates last weekend in what was a 7-1 win for the Steamboat Wranglers in an exhibition hockey game against the Colorado Rampage. Baker ended the game with three goals.

Jack McNamara, right, chatting with Jackson Burns, is the only local player currently on the team. McNamara is a senior at Steamboat Springs High School and plans to graduate in December. Other local high schoolers may get chances to play on the team on an interim basis, depending on how many healthy players the Wranglers have available.

Coach Misko Antisin, left, works with a pair of his players Wednesday at Howelsen Ice Arena in downtown Steamboat Springs. Antisin played for nearly two decades in Switzerland and has now spent more than a decade coaching.

The Wranglers exit the ice last weekend after winning their second exhibition game of the weekend. Athletes on the team hail from all around the continent, from Alabama to California to, of course, Canada.

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