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.
Watkins Fulk-Gray had plenty of reasons to celebrate Saturday.
Former National, college and professional ski racer's golf tournament provides helping hand for future Olympic stars.
Once it started, the Steamboat Springs High School football team could do little to stop the onslaught of points put on them by visiting Delta Friday night at Gardner Field, where they fell 49-0 to open league play.
The Steamboat Junior PGA golf team finally had its season end last weekend in Oklahoma, but the trip had no shortage of highlights for the young athletes involved.
Steamboat Springs City Council member Scott Myller without hesitation made a very bold statement Friday from Emerald Mountain overlooking the city.
The dusting of leaves all over town must mean the summer running season has reached its end. With the winter months bearing down, the Steamboat Springs Running Series will hold its final points race of the season Saturday with the Emerald Mountain Trail Run.
The Steamboat Bike Park celebrates its closing weekend with a Saturday downhill race.
The kick looked a bit like desperation as the clock rolled into the final minute of play in overtime, but Steamboat Springs High School senior Jack Salyer assured everyone he knew exactly what he was doing.
Eagle Valley managed long serving stretches and found floor-splintering kills in the key moments to beat Steamboat on Thursday night, 25-21, 16-25, 25-23, 25-18.