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PHOTOS: Steamboat boys basketball opens home tourney with dominant win

The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team opened up the first round of the Steamboat Shootout with a game against Grand Junction Central. The Sailors dominated the entire way en route to a 66-40 victory on Thursday.

Cade Gedeon, a senior on the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team, blocks a shot during a game against Grand Junction Central in the first round of the Steamboat Shootout on Thursday.
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Austin Moore, a junior on the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team, stays in front of his opponent during a game against Grand Junction Central in the first round of the Steamboat Shootout on Thursday.
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Parker Lindquist, a senior on the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team shoots over an opponent during a game against Grand Junction Central in the first round of the Steamboat Shootout on Thursday.
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Parker Lindquist, a senior on the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team, collects a rebound and looks for his next move during a game against Grand Junction Central in the first round of the Steamboat Shootout on Thursday.
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Ben Bogan, a senior on the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team, shoots against pressure during a game against Grand Junction Central in the first round of the Steamboat Shootout on Thursday.
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Brady Adams, a sophomore on the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team, keeps his opponent from shooting during a game against Grand Junction Central in the first round of the Steamboat Shootout on Thursday.
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