Glenwood High boys lacrosse falls to 3-5 following loss to No. 8 Steamboat Springs |

Glenwood High boys lacrosse falls to 3-5 following loss to No. 8 Steamboat Springs

Glenwood Springs senior attackman Jamie Dolan attempts a shot against Steamboat Springs on Tuesday.
Taylor Cramer/Post Independent

The Glenwood Springs High boys lacrosse team hosted Class 4A and No. 8 ranked Steamboat Springs Sailors on Tuesday, falling to the Sailors by a score of 16-5.

As the Demons jumped out to a 1-0 lead following an early goal from Glenwood sophomore attackman Tristan Bledsaw, Steamboat would quickly answer and find themselves carrying an 11-3 lead going into halftime. Carrying all the momentum, the Sailors offense would not slow down on the day, finishing the day with a number of different goal scorers and advancing to 9-2 on the season. 

Carrying a two game losing streak, Glenwood will look to bounce back on Saturday against league foe Summit High School.

Steamboat Springs will look to continue to add to their win column when they take on Vail Mountain High School at home on April 27.

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