The Soroco High School cross country team got off to a very strong start to its season Saturday as Ben Kelley won the boys race and Chloe Veilleux was fifth in the girls race.
The race to win the top divisions of the Steamboat Springs Town Challenge mountain bike series will come to a predictable conclusion Wednesday afternoon with the series’ final race of the summer, the Sunshine Loop XC on Mount Werner.
Steamboat eyeing league title despite season opening loss
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team started its season Saturday with a three-set loss at Montrose, but the Sailors are still optimistic a successful campaign a year ago can translate to plenty of exciting matches this fall.
Olympian Taylor Fletcher of Steamboat Springs set a torrid pace with the second fastest roller ski time to finish 12th in a FIS Nordic Combined Summer Grand Prix Sunday in Oberwiesenthal, Germany, along the Czech border.
Taylor Kirby received her first gun on her sixth birthday, a present from her father, Rick. It was a little Daisy BB gun, which had been spray painted pink and white. As adorable as it might have been, hindsight says maybe it wasn’t the best of ideas
The Soroco High School football team opened its season on the road Saturday with a 30-18 loss to the defending 8-man state champions. The Rams will host Sanford on Friday.
Friday was my first time attending a Steamboat Springs High School football game, and no, it wasn’t the best night for the Sailors.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team lost 27-0 to Moffat County on Friday in Craig. The Sailors are off until Sept. 11 when they travel to Aspen.
The list of things I wanted to do this summer is way too long, but the good news is that another summer is always just around the corner.
When Soroco High School quarterback Isaac Jonas broke his ankle in a 62-0 loss to Dayspring Christian Academy last September, it was the first major injury of his life. Initially, it was difficult for him to accept missing the rest of the 8-man football season, but he did his best to make what he could of the situation.
Britt Walton led the Steamboat Springs High School golf team in a pair of tournaments this week — the senior standing out as a bright spot for the team in what coach Andrew Donner said were somewhat lackluster performances.
The Hayden High School girls volleyball started its season with a loss Thursday, traveling to Rangely, 25-18, 25-21 and 25-5.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team endured plenty of turnover in the offseason, but there’s no shortage of experience coming back for what coach Rob Bohlmann said will be one of the most competitive seasons in memory for the always tight Western Slope League.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team will kick off its 2015 season against Moffat County on Friday night in Craig.
A pack of 10 young Steamboat Springs golfers has fought its way through Colorado competition and now will play this weekend against a Texas squad in a PGA Junior League tournament.