Roaring Fork High School defeated Glenwood Springs at the Trent Goscha Memorial Tournament on Saturday, April 2. The tournament honors the memory of a young athlete who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 13 in 2016. Photo by Sue Rollyson
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April 16 – versus Aspen (away) at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (V)
RFHS Ram, Genesis Quintero, keeps her eye on the prize during the match against the Titans. Photo by Sue Rollyson
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.
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 Hawaiian…
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RFHS was proudly represented by Corey Bollock and Kyra Reeds on the Basalt Longhorns team, which also included student athletes from Glenwood Springs High School. Photo by Sue Rollyson.
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.