With its best player out, the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team suffered another bid defeat at the Shoot-Out, this time to defending tourney champion Elizabeth, 61-24.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athletes swept the men’s and women’s races at the first of two Race to the Cup events at Howelsen Hill.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball ran into an energized Northridge squad Friday night in Day 2 of the Steamboat Shoot-Out. The Sailors lost, 55-43, to drop to 3-2 on the season.
Taylor Fletcher led the way for United States Nordic combined skiers on Friday during the first of two Continental Cup events in Park City.
The Steamboat girls basketball team lost the game Thursday night, and it may have lost one of its best players.
Hayden High School boys basketball lost its fourth straight game, but next up for the Tigers is their cross-county rival Soroco in the Meeker Shootout's second round.
Soroco High School boys basketball slumped to 1-2 after an 89-49 loss to Class 5A Fruita Monument's junior varsity squad to start the Meeker Shootout tournament.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team used a big second half to down Roosevelt, 67-52, on Day 1 on the Steamboat Shoot-Out on Thursday night.
The Steamboat Springs High School Nordic team kicks off its season Saturday in Grand County.
Matt Ladley made it easy while Taylor Gold made it dramatic. Both Steamboat Springs half-pipe snowboarders qualified on Thursday for the Dew Tour men’s half-pipe finals, set for Saturday in Breckenridge.
The Steamboat Springs alpine snowboard squad is coming off a strong showing last weekend and locals won’t have to wait to see just what the team can do. The annual Race to the Cup snowboard event will fly into Steamboat Springs today for two days of action at Howelsen Hill.
Routt County wrestling fans will get a great chance to see their local athletes in action twice this weekend.
Two rivals battled Wednesday evening in the Moffat County High School gym, and while one team walked away with more individual victories, it was still the host that won the overall meet. MCHS won its duals with Steamboat Springs with a total point tally of 49-27 during a night that saw hard-fought wins and losses for both sides.
The annual Steamboat Shoot-Out boys and girls basketball tournament is back on at the Steamboat Springs High School campus this week with a new format and a load of quality teams.
A contingent of Steamboat Springs youth tennis players shined last weekend as they traveled for the Cheyenne Frontier Days Christmas Junior Tennis Championships in Cheyenne, Wyoming.