Durango: Where the Buffaloes roam

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Durango: Where the Buffaloes roam

Colorado sweeps Day 1 Squawker with time trial and crit victories
Sarah Zoey Sturm of Fort Lewis raced in front of Heather Fischer of the University of Colorado during most of Saturday’s Squawker Classic criterium. But Fischer used a late attack to win, relegating Sturm to second place for the second consecutive year.
Missy Erickson of Fort Lewis College pedaled furiously in an effort to defend her title in the Squawker criterium, but she was forced from the race at the halfway mark.
Rotem Ishay of the Skyhawks had to take the inside lane to slip by Charles “Mac” Cassin of the University of Colorado during the College Men’s A criterium Saturday during Day 1 of the Squawker Road Classic. Ishay went on to finish second to Cassin’s teammate, Josh Yeaton.
And they’re off. The Men’s A field started evenly and stayed that way throughout the Squawker criterium. Twenty different cyclists led the 50-minute crit before Josh Yeaton of CU won.
Josh Yeaton of the Buffaloes celebrated his come-from-behind criterium victory Saturday in downtown Durango. Rotem Ishay of Fort Lewis was second.
The Fort Lewis College Women’s A team pedaled together during the team time trial Saturday morning, but they were led all day by the strong presence from Sarah Zoey Sturm. From left, Sturm, Lauren Catlin, Megan Kane and Missy Erickson finished second in the team time trial, and Sturm finished runner-up in the criterium.
Willy Zellmer, Rotem Ishay and Griffin Easter of Fort Lewis powered up a hill on La Posta Road during Saturday’s team time trial. The Skyhawks finished third behind CU and CSU.

Durango: Where the Buffaloes roam

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Sarah Zoey Sturm of Fort Lewis raced in front of Heather Fischer of the University of Colorado during most of Saturday’s Squawker Classic criterium. But Fischer used a late attack to win, relegating Sturm to second place for the second consecutive year.
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Missy Erickson of Fort Lewis College pedaled furiously in an effort to defend her title in the Squawker criterium, but she was forced from the race at the halfway mark.
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Rotem Ishay of the Skyhawks had to take the inside lane to slip by Charles “Mac” Cassin of the University of Colorado during the College Men’s A criterium Saturday during Day 1 of the Squawker Road Classic. Ishay went on to finish second to Cassin’s teammate, Josh Yeaton.
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And they’re off. The Men’s A field started evenly and stayed that way throughout the Squawker criterium. Twenty different cyclists led the 50-minute crit before Josh Yeaton of CU won.
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Josh Yeaton of the Buffaloes celebrated his come-from-behind criterium victory Saturday in downtown Durango. Rotem Ishay of Fort Lewis was second.
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The Fort Lewis College Women’s A team pedaled together during the team time trial Saturday morning, but they were led all day by the strong presence from Sarah Zoey Sturm. From left, Sturm, Lauren Catlin, Megan Kane and Missy Erickson finished second in the team time trial, and Sturm finished runner-up in the criterium.
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Willy Zellmer, Rotem Ishay and Griffin Easter of Fort Lewis powered up a hill on La Posta Road during Saturday’s team time trial. The Skyhawks finished third behind CU and CSU.
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