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Steamboat Springs Sailors bring home post-season honors

Steamboat

Football

Western Slope League all-conference

Charlie Harrington, senior. (Alternate for all-state football game)

Canon Reece, junior.

Western Slope League honorable menton

Colten Crawford, senior.

Jake Huselton, senior.

Volleyball

Western Slope League all-conference

Este' Wilkinson, junior

Micah Feeley, junior

Western Slope League honorable menton

Anna Allsberry, Sophomore

Raya Duryea, senior

Cross country

All-state

Winter Boese, sophomore

All-state honorable mention

Maggie Congdon, freshman

Sadie Cotton, a junior

Western Slope League all-conference

Winter Boese, sophomore

Maggi Congdon, freshman

Sadie Cotton, a junior

Isabelle Boniface, sophomore

Western Slope League honorable menton

Kandice Kittinger, sopomore

Meg Anderson, senior

Cisco Delliquadri, freshman

Soccer

All-state honorable mention

Will Beruskens, junior

Western Slope League all-conference

Will Bearskins, junior

Cruz Archuleta, senior

Western Slope League honorable menton

Ross VanHara,senior

Andrew McCawley, senior

Soroco


Football

8-man Northwest League all-conference

Jace Logan, sophomore, running back, linebacker

Schuyler Carlson, junior, offensive line, linebacker

Isaac Jonas, senior, quarterback, defensive back

Colton Koler, senior, offensive line

Volleyball

Western Slope League all-conference honorable mention

Cassie Constine, senior

Mattie Rossi, junior

Bailee Boles, junior

Hayden

Football

8-man Northwest League all-conference

Christian Carson, senior, offensive line, linebacker

Garrett St. Clair, junior, quarterback, defensive back

Volleyball

Western Slope League all-conference honorable mention

Darian Murphy, senior

— The fall high school sports season drew to a close more than a month ago for most local teams, but the honors keep rolling in for the athletes.

Steamboat

Football

Western Slope League all-conference

Charlie Harrington, senior. (Alternate for all-state football game)

Canon Reece, junior.

Western Slope League honorable menton

Colten Crawford, senior.

Jake Huselton, senior.

Volleyball

Western Slope League all-conference

Este’ Wilkinson, junior

Micah Feeley, junior

Western Slope League honorable menton

Anna Allsberry, Sophomore

Raya Duryea, senior

Cross country

All-state

Winter Boese, sophomore

All-state honorable mention

Maggie Congdon, freshman

Sadie Cotton, a junior

Western Slope League all-conference

Winter Boese, sophomore

Maggi Congdon, freshman

Sadie Cotton, a junior

Isabelle Boniface, sophomore

Western Slope League honorable menton

Kandice Kittinger, sopomore

Meg Anderson, senior

Cisco Delliquadri, freshman

Soccer

All-state honorable mention

Will Beruskens, junior

Western Slope League all-conference

Will Bearskins, junior

Cruz Archuleta, senior

Western Slope League honorable menton

Ross VanHara,senior

Andrew McCawley, senior

Soroco


Football

8-man Northwest League all-conference

Jace Logan, sophomore, running back, linebacker

Schuyler Carlson, junior, offensive line, linebacker

Isaac Jonas, senior, quarterback, defensive back

Colton Koler, senior, offensive line

Volleyball

Western Slope League all-conference honorable mention

Cassie Constine, senior

Mattie Rossi, junior

Bailee Boles, junior

Hayden

Football

8-man Northwest League all-conference

Christian Carson, senior, offensive line, linebacker

Garrett St. Clair, junior, quarterback, defensive back

Volleyball

Western Slope League all-conference honorable mention

Darian Murphy, senior

Steamboat Springs players earned all-conference honors in football, volleyball, soccer and cross country. Several athletes also captured honors from the state, with cross country runner Winter Boese earning all-state honors in Class 3A and teammates Maggi Congdon and Sadie Cotton bringing home honorable mentions.

Steamboat senior Charlie Harrington was named as an alternate to the all-state football game, which will be played next summer, and junior Will Beurskens was also named as an honorable-mention athlete for the all-state soccer team.

When it came to all-conference selections, almost every Steamboat team was well-represented in the Wester Slope honors.

Soccer

Beurskens led the way for the Sailors, not only getting the honorable mention nod at the state level, but also being named to the first team in the all-conference listings.

“Will is one of those players who always seems to find the game, and he had a huge presence on the field for us this season,” Sailors coach Rob Bohlmann said. “That presence was one of the reasons I think he got noticed this season, along with his skills and savvy. He had a great understanding of the game.”

Beurskens finished the season with three goals and three assists. His biggest goal of the season came in the second overtime period of Steamboat’s Oct. 11 game against Eagle Valley. The goal kept Steamboat in the running for the Western Slope league title and helped the Sailors to a second-place finish in the final league standings.

Beurskens was joined on the all-conference first team by teammate Cruz Archuleta. The Steamboat senior, who spent three years on the team, led the Sailors in scoring with 17 goals this season and added four assists.

All-conference honorable mentions included Ross VanHara, who finished with 11 goals, and Steamboat goalkeeper Andrew McCawley, who was named “secretary of defense” by his teammates at the Sailors end-of-season banquet.

Cross country

The Steamboat Springs High School cross county team is coming off one of it’s most successful seasons in recent memory, and that was reflected in the number of runners who brought home end-of-season honors.

Boese, a sophomore, raced to a seventh-place finish at this year’s state high school cross country meet, the best for a runner from Steamboat in 19 years, and was rewarded with a spot on the all-state team. Teammates Maggie Congdon, a freshman, and Sadie Cotton, a junior, were named to the all-state team as honorable mentions.

Boese, Congdon and Cotton also earned spots on the all-conference team, along with Isabelle Boniface. Kandice Kittinger and Meg Anderson were honorable mentions.

The boys team was represented by Cisco Delliquadri, who was named as an honorable mention.

Volleyball

The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team’s season ended short of the squad’s goal of winning the Western Slope title, but several members of the team managed to bring home end-of-season honors.

Juniors Este Wilkinson and Micah Feeley were both named to the Western Slope’s all-conference team. Wilkinson finished the season with 190 kills and 41 blocks. Feeley also helped fuel the Steamboat offense with 200 kills and a 34-percent kill percentage.

Steamboat senior Raya Duryea and Anna Allsberry were also named as honorable mentions.

Football

The 2016 season proved a tough one for members of the Steamboat Springs High School football team, but despite leaving the field with only one win this season, several players stood out in both the all-state and all-conference voting.

Leading the way was Charlie Harrington, who was named as an alternate for the all-state football team. He was also named to the Western Slope League’s all-conference team for his efforts.

“Charlie was a phenomenal leader, both on and off the field, this season,” head coach Lonn Clementson said. “He was an excellent example of the type of player that we want to represent our football program and the type of player we wanted to have in a leadership role.”

The senior was joined on the all-conference team by junior Canon Reece, who played a number of different positions for the Sailors this season and filled a vital role in helping secure the team’s only victory in it’s final game.

The junior scored three touchdowns and rushed for 123 yards in the season finale Oct. 28 against Coal Ridge, a game the Sailors won 20-2. Steamboat’s Colten Crawford and Jake Huselton, both seniors, received honorable mention honors from the league.

To reach John F. Russell, call 970-871-4209, email jrussell@SteamboatToday.com or follow him on Twitter @Framp1966


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