Jaelin Kauf had already put together a World Cup weekend she’d never forget, thanks to a strong finish Friday. Saturday, in dual moguls, she made it a little sweeter, placing third after finishing sixth on Friday in an individual moguls event.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team got up big in the first half and held on to win at North Park on Saturday, 67-50.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team continues to fall short in games, but coach Gerard Geis said his boys continue to impress him.
It’s been such a struggle at home for the Sailors that Saturday’s 53-45 win against Delta was the first in Steamboat since the team beat Moffat County Dec. 11. Saturday's win snapped a streak of five-straight home losses.
It was slow, frustrating and closer than previous results would indicate, but doing something as rare as the Soroco High School girls basketball team pulled off Saturday isn’t easy.
Steamboat snowboarder wins in Park City Grand Prix
Saturday, Matt Ladley showed his X Games gold was more than a lucky break. The Steamboat Springs rider continued the hottest streak of his career and rocketed to the top of the podium at a U.S. Grand Prix event in Park City, Utah.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team lost Friday night, 44-28, at home against North Park.
It wasn’t a win, not quite, but the way things have been going, Hayden High School girls coach Michelle Wilkie said she was happy to have it.
Steamboat Springs High School beat Battle Mountain 7-1 Friday at Howelsen Ice Arena. The Sailors are now 10-4 this season.
Soroco High School boys basketball coach Shawn Hayes said his team struggled to find its offensive rhythm Friday night.
The Soroco High School girls team is one win away from a second-consecutive championship in the Western Slope Gore league after a lopsided win at home Friday against DeBeque.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club cross country ski team competed in a Super Junior National Qualifier last weekend in Utah.
The leaders of the Steamboat Springs High School cheerleading squad readily admit it hasn’t exactly been an easy year. The team has lost five cheerleaders to injuries.
When John Elway dove through the air, crashed into two defenders and helicoptered down for a first down on the Packers' three yard line, I leaped in ecstasy from my seat at Qualcomm Stadium. My wife, Mary Frances, and I were sitting in the stands just above Elway’s heroics. We were at the Super Bowl, and it looked like our team, after four previous failures, just might win this game.
It's not always easy keeping up with the team when you're a Denver Broncos fan competing on the World Cup skiing circuit, but for those who bleed Orange and Blue, there's no option but to find a way to watch the game.