Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball junior Matthew Lanning was recognized earlier this week as a 4A Western Slope honorable all-league performer.
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The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse season begins Saturday at Glenwood Springs under first-year coach Jay Lattimore.
Adult league volleyball results for March 3, 2014
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball's two seniors Carter Kounovsky and Zach Dunklin garnered first-team All-Western Slope League honors Tuesday.
Local hockey players will have their chance to play with and against former NHLers in a Detroit Red Wings alumni charity game planned for March at Howelsen Ice Arena to benefit the Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association.
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High school hockey in Colorado could see a shift from one group of teams vying for a single state championship to two separate classifications — a 4A and 5A type of order.
The Soroco High School girls basketball team drew 16-5 Sangre de Cristo as its first-round opponent in the state playoff bracket, which was released Sunday afternoon.
It wasn't the District Tournament showing the Soroco High School girls baskebtall team was looking for, but the Rams still have the state tournament coming up and their coach believes the weekend taught his young team some valuable lessons.
Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis kicked off the 2014 season with solid performances at home against visiting Boulder and Evergreen on Friday and Saturday.
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It was a season that produced 18 wins and a second-round state playoff contest, but Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball couldn’t overcome Friday night’s road test at No. 2-seed Sand Creek.
After losing seven players from last year's squad, the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team returned to the court and its winning ways Friday afternoon.
Soroco High School girls basketball couldn't turn a stellar first half into a win, falling to district top-seed Meeker, 62-45.