The Cloud City Ski Club wrapped up its competition season at the Youth Ski League Championships at Vail on March 21 and 22.
Nine men and a woman are winners in Colorado Mountain College’s 11th annual Cloud City Rail Jam held Saturday, March 28, at the campus.
Happy spring from the recreation department!
The adult volleyball league is in its third week of play and becoming very competitive. In first place is I’d Hit That with six wins and zero losses; second is Some Spike It Hot, 5-1; third is The Whiskey Slappers, 4-2; fourth is El Mexicano, 3-0; fifth is Rec N’ Balls, 3-3; sixth is Varsity Volley Brawlers, 3-3; seventh is Steam Master, 3-3; eighth is Salomon Roofing, 0-3; and ninth is Swat Team, 0-6.
The Lake County High School track and field team trekked to Grand Junction to compete in the Mickey Dunn Invitational on March 21.
The Lake County High School girls soccer team is on a roll after winning two games in a row.
The 11th annual Cloud City Rail Jam at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville will be held at the on-campus freestyle terrain park on Saturday, March 28.
The Lake County High School girls soccer team lost twice last weekend and hold a 0-3 record to start the season.
St. Patrick’s Day is an annual celebration for all things green, but in Lake County it’s also a day for purple pride.
Lake County High School held its annual Winter Sports Banquet on March 11.
As many of you may have noticed, our winter activities and facilities are slowly shutting down for the season; however, there is still more fun to be had before summer hits. The ice rink is officially closed for the season and skating at this time is not recommended.
The Rocky Mountain Bowmen Archery Club held a snowshoe and shoot fun competition on March 14.
Volunteer naturalist Bob Hickey of the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area will lead the public on AHRA’s first spring hike on Saturday, March 28, through Cottonwood Gulch east of Salida.