Thrills of big mountain competitions drew Steamboat Springs skier Bryan Gilbertson to the sport.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team won a game it should have Friday. The Tigers left the court hoping they'd shown a little something extra, however.
Bulldogs, Rams well-matched in Friday night dual; Soroco to compete at Paonia
The Dog Pound of Moffat County High School has seen its last wrestling mat rolled out for competition this season, but the last home event of the year was a memorable one, albeit quick. MCHS wrestlers hosted Soroco Friday for the Bulldogs’ final dual in front of a home crowd, Moffat County taking the win, 53-15.
The Steamboat Pilot & Today brings you the weekend's top 10 events for Friday, Jan. 20 through Sunday, Jan. 22.
It's not easy adding a trick to your run if you're a competitive moguls skier. It takes lots of work in the summer and a test on the snow before you're allowed to use it in an event. That work paid off last weekend for Steamboat skier Kenzie Radway.
The story for at least four years now with U.S. Nordic combined athletes has been that when their jumping is there, the potential for high finishes is, as well. Competitions last weekend proved that again, with U.S. skiers on both the Continental Cup and World Cup levels.
The most frustrating part of wrestling meets these days for Steamboat Springs High School coach Travis Bryant is the fact that they’re only about half what he thinks they should be for his team.
The members of the Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski team reach new heights at Tennessee Pass races.
Steamboat's U19 girls hockey team picks up tournament win, looks forward to continued success on the ice.
A man reported missing at Breckenridge Ski Resort Thursday, Jan. 12, at about 5 p.m. was found by ski patrol the next morning and pronounced dead shortly thereafter.
Steamboat teen earns World Juniors chance with best-ever finish
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Cody Winters couldn't stay disappointed long after losing his last race Sunday at the Race to the Cup event at Steamboat Ski Area.
Things didn’t start great, but they certainly ended that way Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team.
Elijah Vargas didn’t decline the chance to answer. He simply paused for a second and let his older brother go first in a moment perhaps showing wisdom beyond his years.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team couldn’t quite pull off the upset Friday against Vail Christian, but coach Michelle Wilkie said the team’s near miss was one its best performances in years.
The Rams led at half and were tied heading into the fourth quarter but couldn’t slip by Paonia, the No. 1 ranked Class 2A team in the state.