Roaring Fork Rams

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    Senior Rams score big

    By Diana Diaz
    Youth Correspondent 

    It’s no secret that Roaring Fork High School’s (RFHS) boys soccer team has been making local fans proud. Last season, the team won the 2021 state championship — a historical moment for this small town and one it’sread more →

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    Fall sports wrap with senior nights

    After another exciting season of fall sports, several athletes bid adieu to their teams and look ahead to future endeavors, including other sports before graduation!

    Despite an impressive season of play, the Rams’ boys soccer team was defeated, 0-3, by Liberty Common on Nov. 5 during the state… read more →

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    Rams fly high

    “If I can give one word it would be ‘epic,’” Carbondale Police Department’s own Gretchen Bell said of the Roaring Fork Rams’ homecoming football game on Friday, Oct. 7. Bell delivered the game ball from the sky, flying in by helicopter from Valley View Hospital, and landing rightread more →

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    Spring sports warming up at RFHS

    *Game dates and times are subject to change. For the most current information, check out www.maxpreps.com

     

    Baseball

    April 16 – versus Aspen (away) at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (V)

    April 19 – versus North Fork (away) at 3 p.m.

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    Rams define team spirit

    As the Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) Rams’ boys varsity basketball game against the Coal Ridge Titans was about to start the evening of Saturday, Feb. 12, fans were filing in. Loud cheering, particularly from the RFHS student section, who were stomping their feet, commenced. 

    As… read more →

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    Rams' Homecoming

    What a week it was for the Roaring Fork Rams! From the righteous parade, which could be heard from over a mile away, to the outstanding effort made by student athletes on the (boys) soccer, volleyball and football teams. During the volleyball match — it was also Hawaiianread more →

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    High spirits greet Homecoming revival

    Mary Kate Adams, in her first year as RFHS Student Council co-lead, has been working with the Student Council since September planning Homecoming Week festivities.

    Adams said the Student Council is responsible for planning all Homecoming Week activities.

    Traditionally, there has been a Halloween carnival, but… read more →

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    “Where the horns come together”

    It’s no secret that The Sopris Sun cheers for the Rams! We live in a valley replete with athletes competing in a range of sports, from skiing (of course) to lacrosse, football, hockey, mountain biking, rock climbing, etc. You name it, we play it.

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