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Steamboat boys soccer defeats Rifle

A wall of Steamboat Springs soccer players try to block a free kick during a game against Rifle at Gardner Field on Tuesday night. The Sailors won 1-0. (Photo by Shelby Reardon)

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Steamboat Springs boys soccer team won 1-0 over Rifle at home on Tuesday evening. The win comes after three straight losses over the past week. The team is now 4-4.

Reece John scored the lone goal off an assist from Charlie Reisman with 3:02 left in the first half.

The team next plays Saturday against Eagle Valley at 11 a.m.



Steamboat Springs freshman Charlie Reisman battles a Bear for the ball during a game against Rifle on at Gardner Field on Tuesday night. (Photo by Shelby Reardon)
Steamboat Springs player Reece John keeps the ball away from a Bear player during a game against Rifle on at Gardner Field on Tuesday night. (Photo by Shelby Reardon)
Steamboat Springs senior Devon John keeps himself between the ball and the goal during a game against Rifle on at Gardner Field on Tuesday night. (Photo by Shelby Reardon)
A Steamboat Springs player keeps the ball inbounds during a game against Rifle on at Gardner Field on Tuesday night. (Photo by Shelby Reardon)
Steamboat Springs' Reece John tries to keep the ball inbounds during a game against Rifle on at Gardner Field on Tuesday night. (Photo by Shelby Reardon)
Steamboat boys soccer schedule

March 18 - at Summit, W 3-0

March 20 - at Glenwood Springs, L 6-2

March 25 - versus Glenwood Springs, 2-1

March 27 - at Rifle, W 7-2

March 29 - at Eagle Valley, L 3-0

March 31 - versus Summit, L 2-1

April 3 - at Battle Mountain, L 6-0

April 6 - versus Rifle, W 1-0

April 10 - versus Eagle Valley, W 2-0

April 13 - versus Battle Mountain 6 p.m.


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