Things don't get easier soon for the Steamboat boys soccer team, which lost its first game of the season Tuesday, 2-0 on the road at Battle Mountain. The Sailors will play another of the Western Slope's top contenders at 6 p.m. at home Thursday when it faces Summit, 3-1. It could be another emotional test for Steamboat. The Sailors held on last week against Eagle Valley but lost a player to a red card Tuesday in what was another big test.
The Soroco High School football team kicked off its league schedule with a win Friday as it battled through a rain delay and wet conditions to beat Rangely in Oak Creek 34-12. Now the Rams, 3-1 this season, will need to do it again. The game was the first of two back-to-back games the Rams and the Panthers will play against each other. If the second goes anything like the first, it'll be good news for Soroco.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The growth and development of the Steamboat Springs High School cross country team has been evident in plenty of places, but one that's always caught the eye of coach Lisa Renee Tumminello has been one of the team's biggest tests of the early portion of the season, the Liberty Bell Invitational in Littleton. Two years ago the Sailors' girls team was third in No. 3 division at the massive Front Range meet.
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