Soroco High School will take a pause from basketball on Friday night to say "thank you" to someone who's long been there for the school.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team could have fallen to fourth in the Western Slope League if things had gone awry during a Tuesday home game against Rifle. Instead, the team took care of business and will play at home Thursday for a share of the league title.
There almost wasn't going to be a halfpipe this winter, but a summer decision ensured there would be one, and now, that pipe will play host to skiers and riders from around the region for an event this weekend.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball has bounced back into the Western Slope League hunt thanks to a big increase in scoring, but Tuesday the Sailors picked a big win in that league thanks to their ability to play slowed down.
It would seem like there wouldn't be much left to say with the end of the season approaching and the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball still sitting winless at 0-21, but late last week, Sailors coach George Iberra saw a need.
Steamboat Springs sisters Isabella and Grace O'Reilly are making waves and finding success in the pool this winter.
Friday Name, age, 1st, 2nd Bump Jump Girls Keller, Gracey 5 & under 4 5.5 Wells, Lily 6 & 7 yo 4.5 4 Rind, Zanah 5 & under 2 2
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team easily rolled to two victories during the weekend, and coach Ernie Theil said the squad is prepping itself for the looming postseason tournament.
The Steamboat Springs High School Nordic skiing team raced its way to strong results Saturday in Frisco.
They haven’t picked up their first win of the season, but coach Gerard Geis said his Hayden High School boys basketball team has continued to take major steps.
Things could have gone better this season for the Hayden High School girls basketball team, but Saturday things came together the way coach Michelle Wilkie had been hoping all season they could.
Annika Fahrner, a Steamboat Springs High School junior recently competed at the 3A CHSAA State Championships in Thornton on behalf of Moffat County High School girls swimming.
A total of nine wrestlers from Routt County high schools emerged from a thrilled two days of regional tournament wrestling to advance to the state tournament set to begin Thursday in Denver.
The Rams, in their coach's words, "played down to the competition," shook it off at halftime and went on to win easily.
A slow start kept the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team from being competitive Saturday at home against Palisade.