Joel Reichenberger

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Wranglers look to rope league title

The Steamboat Wranglers hockey team was one mistake away from the end of its season at one point Saturday, playing in double overtime in a must-win playoff game at Aspen, the league’s 2016 champions.

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Local track teams stretch legs in Rifle

The Steamboat Springs, Soroco and Hayden high school track teams fired from their seasons’ starting line Sunday. The three local teams combined for 27 top-10 finishes on Friday at the Rifle Invitational, their first meet of the season.

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The social game: Why Olympians work just as hard to carve up social media as the slopes

Olympians might care more about content creation than competition.

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Puckett flies to two more wins

“He didn’t fall. He didn’t mess up. It wasn’t a surprise. That’s just what he does.”

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4 U16 skiers headed to nationals

Nicolas Richeda, Jack Reich, Noah Riemenschneider and Marat Washburn were among 11 boys to qualify at the Rocky/Central Regional Championships this week in Vail.

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Invested and athletic, girls lax climbs to 5-0

After a 9-6 win Saturday at home against Durango, the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team improved to 5-0 on the season, this after it won only five games all season a year ago.

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Girls lacrosse comes home 4-0

They just keep winning, and Saturday their fans will have a chance to see if the streak will continue.

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Steamboat boys win at Eagle Valley

A strong defensive performance set the stage for a win Friday for the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team.

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U14 skiers start strong on home hill

Steamboat skiers grabbed a handful of top finishes at the first day of skiing at the U14 regional championships on their home hill.

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Sailors get key wins against regional rivals

The regional tournament is still six weeks away, but the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team won some valuable confidence for that event at a Thursday triangular.

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Jeffrey Campbell, left, and Chris Lafrenaye stretch their legs with a Saturday afternoon bike ride on Routt County Road 33. Temperatures that punched into the 60s had many around the area out and about as if it were middle of June.

Steamboat junior Thyme Zuschlag tries to hold off the Durango defense Saturday.

Steamboat's Kelly Strotbeck pushes through the defense Saturday.

Steamboat girls lacrosse coach Betsy Frick coaches her team during halftime of Saturday's game against Durango.

Steamboat junior Wyleigh Myers runs the ball up the field Saturday against Durango.

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