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Preps briefs: Steamboat girls soccer stays undefeated against league opponents

Sam Campbell, a senior on the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team, makes a diving save during a home game against Vail Mountain on March 31.
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The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team defeated Aspen 2-0 at home on Tuesday, April 26.

The win gives the Sailors a 9-1 record overall and 6-0 against league opponents. Steamboat is ranked No. 2 in the Colorado High School Activities Association 4A RPI and is No. 7 in the 4A coaches poll.

The team next plays No. 1 Durango, a non-league opponent, on the road on Friday, April 29. It’ll be a huge game for the Sailors, who just returned from a 12-day gap without a game.



Steamboat has one home game left on Thursday, May 5, against Battle Mountain.

Steamboat girls lacrosse loses tight game to Eagle Valley

The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team returned from a 10-day hiatus on Monday, April 25, and traveled to take on Eagle Valley.



The last time the Sailors played the Devils, they lost 13-4. This time, the game was much closer. Steamboat still struggled to score, but held Eagle Valley off as well, losing 7-4.

The team is now 3-6 overall and next plays at Dawson School on Friday, April 29.

Sailors boys lacrosse snaps losing streak

As the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team returned from break, it still had the weight of a five-game losing streak on its shoulders.

The team hosted Eagle Valley on Monday, April 25, and snapped the winless spell with an 11-5 victory.

The game was close in the first half, with Steamboat leading 4-3 at the break. The Sailors roared into the second half though, outscoring the Devils 7-2 for the win.

The team is now 4-7 overall and traveled to Summit on Wednesday, April 27.


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