Joel Reichenberger

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Late rally lifts Sailors to first win

The Steamboat boys basketball team trailed big at half but managed to eek out a big win.

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Steamboat girls sink in second half

A slow second half offensively sank the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team Friday in a season-opening trip to play against Roaring Fork, which was hosting the Brenda Patch Tournament.

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Sailors, Huskies skate to a draw

The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team opened its season Friday with a trip to Battle Mountain, and the Sailors didn’t pick their first loss of the season. They didn’t pick up their first win, either.

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Rams rebound to win again

It may have looked ugly early — blowout ugly, even — but the Soroco High School girls basketball team found its footing midway through Friday’s game and powered back to beat Cedaredge at the Cowboy Shootout tournament in Meeker, 42-36.

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Soroco girls defend to win

The shooting wasn't pretty, but Soroco High School girls basketball coach David Bruner said the defense was, and that helped pave the way to a 65-45 win Thursday for the Rams against the Mesa Ridge junior varsity team in the opening round of the Meeker Cowboy Shootout tournament.

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Sailors hope to build on success

Steamboat returns trio of state qualifers

The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team is coming off one of its best seasons. The Sailors would love to grow that success this winter.

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Logan, Rams set to start season

Soroco wrestler Jace Logan may have taken some of his opponents by surprise last year as a freshman, at least early in the season. He won’t have that luxury for a single match this year.

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Carson, Mosman aim for state

The Hayden wrestling team returns a pair of state qualifiers and is headed into the looming wrestling season with high hopes.

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Steamboat cross-country skiers start fast on fresh snow

A long trip to West Yellowstone, Montana, has become as regular a Thanksgiving Day tradition as turkey for Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic skiers, but a week out from their journey, it looked like warm weather might change the team’s plans.

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Hayden boys basketball team hunting wins this winter

The Hayden High School boys basketball team is hoping last season's hard lessons can lead to some victories this season.

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Looking for the fresh stuff: Members of the Steamboat Springs Sports Club snowboard cross team train on the face of Howelsen Hill Wednesday afternoon while snowguns pump new snow onto the slopes above them.

Steamboat coach Travis Bryant celebrates with Hayden Johnson last February after Johnson won a spot in the championship finals at the state wrestling tournament. Johnson's one of three Sailors who qualified for that event who are back to wrestle this season, leading the way for an experienced squad.

Soroco sophomore Jace Logan will be on everyone's radar a year after pushing to the finals at the Class 2A state championships.

Hayden's Christan Carson pushed to the state semifinals a year ago before falling to a sixth-place finish at the state wrestling tournament. Now a senior, Carson has big plans to make it back to the semis, and beyond.

Hayden wrestling coach Chad Jones looks in on the action last spring at the state tournament in Denver. He's hoping to return to that showcase with a pack of eager wrestlers this year. The winter season starts Saturday for the Tigers as they make a trip to a tournament in Middle Park.

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