The Hayden High School boys basketball team lost Friday night, 55-39 at West Grand.
A slow start cost the Soroco High School boys team Saturday on the road against Lake County. The Rams trailed by as many as 16 in the first half en route to a 73-61 loss.
Soroco beat Lake County on Saturday, 78-31.
Arielle Gold finished fourth in a wild women's superpipe finals at X Games in Aspen as 14-year old Chloe Kim won the competition to become the youngest-ever X Games gold medal winner.
The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team again took the Carl Ramunno Invitational at home, using gold-medal performances from Hayden Johnson, Matthew Hansen, Colton Pasternak and Dylan Wallace.
I'm not sure if there are softball fields in heaven, but I can say for sure that is where you will find the game's biggest fan.
The Sailors girls basketball team slumped to 4-9 overall after falling late to Summit on Friday night at home.
Taylor Fletcher was third and Bryan Fletcher eighth at a World Cup Nordic combined event in Sapporo, Japan.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team used a combined 42 points out of captains Garrett Bye and Robi Powers to down the visiting Summit Tigers, 49-36.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team fell behind early Friday night against a Monarch in a 10-0 loss.
It wasn’t a win, but coach Michelle Wilkie said she was able to find plenty of things for her team to be proud of Friday night in a 51-33 loss against West Grand.
Competing in his first X Games, 17-year-old Nik Baden just missed finals, finishing ninth Friday in the men's snowboard slope-style competition in Aspen.
A handful of Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls Alpine skiers qualified for the state championship slalom in their lone home event of the season on Friday at Howelsen Hill.
Taylor Gold came just short at the X Games, missing the finals in the men's super-pipe event.
Steamboat Springs ski jumper Logan Sankey placed well in two Continental Cup events in Falun, Sweden, last week.