Results from Breck Bucks vs. Thunderbirds, plus Summit Tigers volleyball, soccer and the Colorado MTB Championships |

Results from Breck Bucks vs. Thunderbirds, plus Summit Tigers volleyball, soccer and the Colorado MTB Championships

Crowds lined Eagle's Haymaker trail on Oct. 24 to cheer on athletes competing in the Colorado High School Mountain Bike League State Championships.
Justin Q. McCarty / Special to the Daily |


The 14th game of the varsity soccer season, held Oct. 20 at home. The Tigers lost 2-4 to go 3-8 in the 4A Western Slope and 3-11 overall for the season.

1st 2nd Final

Summit 1 3 4

GSHS 1 0 1


The 15th and final game of the varsity soccer season, held Oct. 22 at Eagle Valley High School. The Tigers lost 0-3 to record a 3-9 record in the 4A Western Slope and 3-12 overall record for the season. The team posted a 1-6 away record, with one win against Palisade on Oct. 10 in overtime, and a 2-6 home record, with wins against Palisade on Sept. 19 and Delta High School on Oct. 17.

1st 2nd Final

Summit 0 0 0

EVHS 2 1 3


The 17th game of the varsity volleyball season, held Oct. 22 at Palisade High School. The Tigers lost in three sets to the Demons for a 5-8 record in the 4A Western Slope and a 7-10 overall record for the season, including an early-season tournament at Machebeuf. The final game of the regular season is an away game against Steamboat Springs on Oct. 27.

1Q 2Q 3Q Final

Summit 19 12 14 0

PHS 25 25 25 3


The first Breckenridge Bucks regular season series against the Colorado Thunderbirds, held Oct. 23-24 at South Suburban Ice Arena in Denver. The Bucks swept the series to improve to 5-3 on the season. The next series is Oct. 30-31 against the Colorado Rampage at Stephen C. Ice Arena in Breckenridge. Games begin at 8:05 p.m. nightly. Tickets cost $12-$17 at the door or online at

Oct. 23

1Q 2Q 3Q Final

Bucks 2 0 1 3

T-Birds 0 1 1 2

Oct. 24

1Q 2Q 3Q Final

Bucks 0 1 3 4

T-Birds 0 1 0 1


The State Championships races for the Colorado High School Cycling League, hosted at Eagle’s Haymaker course on Oct. 25. The event drew roughly 750 riders from across the state and neighboring regions, including Wyoming and New Mexico.

For the first time, riders from the South and North divisions competed in the same races for overall standings in Division I and Division II. After holding onto first place in Division II North through the season, the Summit Tigers mountain bike team was unseated by Durango High School in the South region. Varsity boys raced four laps on a 6.3-mile course, varsity girls and JV boys raced three laps, and JV girls raced two laps.

Overall team, Division II (37 total)

1. Durango High School — 2,449 points

2. Summit High School — 2,356 points

3. Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy — 2,287 points

4. East High School — 2,134 points

5. Crested Butte High School — 2,035

Overall varsity girls, Division II (18 total)

1. Ezra Smith, Summit — 1:26:46.53

2. Harper Powell, Salida — 1:26:46.90

3. Ally Faller, Mountain Vista — 1:30:14

4. Chantal Kershener, Fairview — 1:31:21

5. Claire Carlin, Boulder — 1:32:15

Overall varsity boys, Division II (42 total)

1. Henry Nadell, Colorado Rocky Mountain School — 1:40:03

2. Nic Jenkins, Fountain Valley — 1:41:23

3. Luke Vickerman, Battle Mountain — 1:41:33

4. Jack Tanner, Fairview — 1:42:40

5. Grant McCormick, Green Mountain — 1:42:54

20. Slav Uglyar, Summit — 1:50:26

34. Logan Ramsay, Summit — 2:03:07

Overall JV boys, Division II (136 total)

1. Nolan Jenkins, independent — 1:16:01

2. Kendrick Boots, Rocky Canyon — 1:16:09

3. Quinn Simmons, Durango — 1:17:47

4. Evan Barbier, Steamboat — 1:19:35

5. Drew Sotebeer, Rocky Canyon — 1:19:56

16. Henry Boyd, Summit — 1:23:12

21. Connor Hintgen, Summit — 1:24:38

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