The 12th annual Steamboat Mountain Film Festival returns Friday kicking off the festival with the newest Teton Gravity Research film, "Paradise Waits."
The Soroco High School football team hosts undefeated Norwood at 7 p.m. Friday in Oak Creek. It's the first league game of the season for both teams.
Soroco and Hayden clash again Friday night in volleyball, one of the highlights of this weekend's high school sports schedule.
The first-ever user-specific trail on Emerald Mountain has opened. NPR, a bike-only, downhill-only trail, is like nothing else on the mountain.
The Soroco High School volleyball team couldn't do much to stop visiting Vail Christian on Tuesday.
The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team recorded its top result of the season on Sunday, cruising to a second-place finish in the Haymaker Classic race in Eagle.
Local Steamboat Springs RFC member Chris Baumann earned his sixth international cap when he came off the bench in the 68th minute of the USA Eagle's match against Scotland. He added good energy around the field during his 12 minutes of play.
Steamboat Springs resident Penelope Freedman hit a low point in her athletic career two winters ago when she tore her MCL on the slopes in the Loveland Ski Area. At the same time, that injury helped propel her to the stop of the local running scene today.
Duke University's Gregory A. Dale will be in Steamboat Springs Monday and Tuesday. Parents are encouraged to attend his session Tuesday evening.
Sept. 26, 2015 5K Place, name, time, age group, gender Noah Mortenson, 0:29:51, 19 & under, male Tori Mitchell, 0:31:56, 20-29, female Bennet Jones, 0:37:34, 19 & under, male
The Hayden High School football team defeated Justice on Saturday, 36-14. Hayden volleyball won 3-1 over De Beque, and Soroco volleyball fell in three sets to West Grand on Friday.
It’s safe to say the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ soccer team has this overtime thing down pat. On Saturday against visiting Palmer Ridge at Gardner Field, the Sailors escaped with a 3-2 overtime win, their second OT win in as many games and third in three tries this season.
A couple years ago, they were shoveling snow off the course before they could race. But Saturday, for the Fourth annual Quick and Chainless downhill mountain bike race at the Steamboat Bike Park, it was as if summer was just getting started.
The SSHS boys' tennis team lost 6-1 to two-time defending 4A state champ Kent Denver on Saturday in Steamboat.
After winning nine straight matches, it’s no surprise the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team had developed lofty dreams. But as Thursday’s 3-1 loss to Eagle Valley at home showed, it’s not always a good idea to look too far ahead.