From skiing on small hills in Illinois to competing in the Ski Mountaineering World Cup in Italy, Western State Colorado University graduate Cameron Smith has accomplished a lot in the past few years.

Crested Butte Hockey — The Crested Butte Titans varsity hockey team travelled to Denver to take on the Castle View Sabercats Feb. 9-10. The two teams entered the matchup with nearly identical records, each team with eight league wins.

For the sixth time this season, a game for the U19 West Elk Hockey Association ended in a tie on Sunday. The Wolverines hosted Vail for their final home games this past weekend but were unable to come away with a win.

Brandon Warr

Times Staff Writer

Pick up the gloves and lace up those boots, because the Gunnison Parks and Recreation Department is now offering boxing classes for beginner and experienced women.

Western Wrestling — Setting the tone.

Jody Sandoval II, did exactly that in his first collegiate match for Western State Colorado University as he pinned a Colorado Mesa University wrestler in 1:56 to start the match.

Brandon Warr

Times Staff Writer

 

Lily Redden and Ashley MacLennan know just how much a year of competition under the belt can aid an athlete.

Per usual, competitors decked out in zany costumes raced alongside serious athletes in the third annual Borealis Fat Bike World Championships, held this past Saturday in Crested Butte. In total,

CBHS Hockey — The Crested Butte Titans traveled to Denver this past weekend to take on the first place and undefeated Valor Christian Eagles. The upset-minded Titans, however, were unable

GHS Boys Basketball — Wins have been hard to come by this season for Gunnison High’s varsity boys basketball team. That’s not to say they haven’t been close. “We are

Fans packed Mountaineer Field House to watch Western State Colorado University’s first home indoor track and field meet of the season this past Saturday. But the main attraction was Emma

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