Officially, brothers Jack and Teague Burger won the men’s 4.5 doubles bracket of the 2015 City Tennis Championships on Sunday inside The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. However, their opponents aren’t ready to admit defeat, at least not yet.
None ran alone, instead tagging along with parents and teachers, or holding hands with friends and classmates as they trod the 3.1 miles, one massive train comprised of hundreds of smaller groups that made up the annual Girls on the Run event that once again swept across the roads in Strawberry Park.
An all-family affair will highlight the final day of the 2015 Steamboat Springs City Singles and Doubles Championships on Sunday at The Tennis Center.
In many ways, snowboarding is a lonely sport. This is especially true when you are a beginner.
Steamboat Springs riders fared well at the 24 Hours in Frog's Hollow, the last hurrah for mountain bikers in 2015.
It's easy to defined them by the sport they play, but athletes in Routt County are constantly reminding us that their's more to a book than just the cover.
There aren’t many people as excited to have winter practices underway as DaKota Bruner. The Soroco High School junior and returning all-conference selection for the girls’ basketball team tore her ACL and partially tore her MCL 15 games into the season last winter, but she's back at full speed and ready to get to work.
Steamboat Springs High School senior Maddie Labor has been unyielding in her training to be a volleyball player. That no-day-off attitude helped her reach a goal she'd always dreamed off: a college scholarship.
Swimmer signs with California university
Samantha Terranova signed Wednesday to compete next year in swimming for University of San Diego.
It wasn't always pretty, but it was always joyful Tuesday when Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club freestyle snowboarders got back on snow for the first time, joining many skiers and snowboarders in the area in starting the season.
Since it formed in 2013, the Steamboat Springs Pickleball Association and its merry band of dedicated members have lived a vagabond lifestyle with no real place to call home. Now, plans are in motion to make the growing sport a more permanent fixture in the community.
Plenty of seniors lament the end of their sports' season, and every coach hates to say goodbye to a senior class. There was something special about this year's Steamboat volleyball team, however. Every so often a special group comes along, and these girls definitely qualify.
Sailors' season ends with devastating regional tourney loss
Silver Creek's tenacity proved too much for the Steamboat volleyball team Saturday as the Raptors upset the Sailors in the regional tournament to end Steamboat's season.
Classy. That’s how Steamboat Springs High School football coach Lonn Clementson described his senior class, a dedicated group of kids who never gave up on themselves or their teammates.
Steamboat sisters set up squad for regionals
Twin sisters Maritza and Abigail Wiedel share virtually everything, from their hobbies to their classes, their love of volleyball to, of course, their looks. The sisters will try to help their team through the regional tournament Saturday in Steamboat Springs.