Steamboat boys basketball drop consecutive games to start season
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Outscoring their opponent in ever quarter, the Golden boys basketball team defeated Steamboat Springs High School 82-59 at the Golden Preview Classic on Thursday, Dec. 5.
The Sailors scored just 10 points in their first quarter of play this season, while the Demons put up 20. The second stanza was much closer, with the Demons outscoring the Sailors 20-18.
Golden added to the advantage in the third and fourth, scoring 21 points in each quarter. Steamboat mustered 13 in the third and netted 18 in the final frame.
The next day, the Centaurus Warriors downed the Sailors 63-45.
Golden Preview Classic
Thursday, Dec. 5
Golden 82, Steamboat Springs 59
SS 10 18 13 18 — 59
G 20 20 21 21 — 82
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Friday, Dec. 6
Centaurus 63, Steamboat Springs 45
- Dec. 5-7: Steamboat Springs at Preview Classic: L vs. Golden 82-59, L vs. Centaurus 63-45, L vs. Holy Family 52-45
- Dec. 12-14: Steamboat Springs shootout, W vs. Woodland Park 49-46, L vs. Conifer 51-44, L vs. Colorado Academy 73-61
- Dec. 17: Moffat County at Steamboat Springs, W 58-55
- Dec. 21: Steamboat Springs at Mead, L 74-47
- Jan. 2-4: Steamboat Springs at Roosevelt, 2-1
- Jan. 11: Eagle Valley at Steamboat Springs, W 53-41
- Jan. 17: Palisade at Steamboat Springs, W 44-41
- Jan. 18: Rifle at Steamboat Springs, W 59-42
- Jan. 21: Steamboat Springs at Battle Mountain, W 54-42
- Jan. 25: Steamboat Springs at Glenwood Springs, L 58-44
- Jan. 28: Steamboat Springs at Eagle Valley, W 61-59
- Jan. 31: Summit at Steamboat Springs, W 48-33
- Feb. 8: Steamboat Springs at Palisade, L 51-43
- Feb. 13: Battle Mountain at Steamboat Springs, W 55-40
- Feb. 15: Glenwood Springs at Steamboat Springs, 3:30 p.m.
- Feb. 20: Steamboat Springs at Rifle, W 68-25
- Feb. 22: Steamboat Springs at Summit, W 45-39
- Feb. 26: No. 43 Mitchell at Steamboat Springs, L 47-44
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