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Are you ready for some ski-town lacrosse?

Are you ready for some ski-town lacrosse?

Hello, sports fans.

This Saturday, the Aspen men’s lacrosse team is hosting both Vail and Steamboat in the final leg of the Ski Town Show Down. Please come join us as we do battle with these two other legendary Colorado ski towns in the majestic sport of lacrosse. Some have said that our movements on the field mimic that of a ballerina, but I’ll let you be the judge of that!

We play at the Lower Moore Field next to Aspen High School. Family friendly, leashed dogs are welcome and, of course, free. Aspen takes on Vail at 11 a.m., Steamboat vs. Vail at 12:15 p.m. and Steamboat vs. Aspen at 1:30 p.m.!

Come support local athletes from up and down the valley as we seek to show these other ski towns just who’s boss. See you Saturday!

Aidan Wynn

Aspen


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