Rocky Mountain Division Nordic combined results for Dec. 7, 2013
Saturday's first Nordic combined event of the season at Howelsen Hill didn't necessarily feature household names, but it did serve as a critical start and qualifier for upcoming world events.
Soroco High School girls basketball is 2-1 after a 23-point win against Rangely on Saturday afternoon at the Meeker Shoot-Out. A hot-shooting second half and a stifling defense proved to be key in the Rams' win.
The Americans once again made up considerable differences in their overall scores at the World Cup's second Nordic combined competition Saturday. Steamboat's Bryan Fletcher paced all Americans with a 16th-place finish.
Soroco scored 19-unanswered points in Friday's game against Meeker, but it wasn't enough to give the Rams the win.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team got an overtime goal from Ben Wharton, giving them a thrilling 4-3 win against Battle Mountain that, at the start of the third period seemed impossible.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team erupted for a 22-point third quarter to pull away from Roaring Fork on Friday night.
Steamboat trailed 10-1 early but rallied for a comfortable win against Roaring Fork.
As usual, Aksel Lund Svindal was super fast on this hill. And it didn’t matter that organizers altered the layout. The Norwegian star still navigated it to near perfection, even with falling snow, freezing temperatures and low visibility.
Hopping onto a snowboard for the first time in a decade can be a frightening experience for a Steamboat rookie. With the patience of the right instructor, however, it can build enough confidence to make it a memorable winter season.
Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports will be putting on a two-day event at Steamboat Ski Area in late March. A black-tie dinner and a series of ski and snowboard challenges will highlight the weekend.
Thankfully for Broncos fans the choice is still a few years down the road, but I have to wonder if Peyton Manning will retire as a Bronco, or a Colt?
Injuries and foul trouble threatened to spoil Soroco High School girls basketball's first game of the season, but a bench full of freshmen and sophomores stepped up and got the Rams an overtime win on the road.
A strong fourth quarter by North Park sank Hayden High School girls basketball to 0-1 after its season opener Thursday night.
The Steamboat Springs School Board approved an official high school swim team less than a month ago, but because very few girls turned out for the program, the season was cancelled Thursday.