When the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team bears down, it can be quite effective. That’s one thing Eagle Valley coach Boomer Devlin took away from his team’s trip to Steamboat on Thursday.
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Haymaker Golf Course opens its driving range and practice facilities for the summer.
After a tough loss to Summit a week ago, members of the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team got back on the winning track with a 12-3 victory against Glenwood Springs at home.
Crews at the Haymaker golf course are busy preparing for 2017 opening.
A loss Monday pushed the Steamboat Springs girls soccer team into what's new territory for the program — an extend losing streak.
Hundreds came out to celebrate longtime Steamboat Springs local Sue White and her accomplishments at the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games during a community celebration at Olympian Hall Monday night.
The warm weather that has defined the past month in Routt County may have tortured skiers, but it delivered some big-time benefits to the local high school track teams. The Soroco, Steamboat and Hayden teams all had strong results from a weekend meet at Eagle Valley.
It’s about results and having fun, and Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders put up plenty of the former did plenty of the latter while competing last week at the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association national championships at Copper Mountain.
Maddie Thompson was, in the words of her coach, “a solid rock,” and that helped her to a second-place finish Saturday at a girls tennis tournament at Longmont High School.
It wasn’t quite a weekend sweep for the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team, but it was close, and that had coach Betsy Frick positively thrilled about her team.
When the Steamboat Springs and Lewis-Palmer girls high school soccer teams met a year ago, the final score was the only thing that mattered.
The Olympics, of course, is the big thing looming on the horizon for Steamboat Springs snowboader Mick Dierdorff, and the pressure to make the team is already starting to mount.
The annual Hayden Peewee wrestling tournament is expected to bring 353 athletes and nearly 600 people to town Saturday.
Longtime Horizons employee affirms calling at Special Olympic World Winter Games, as hometown hero Sue White returns home after winning gold medal.
Steamboat native hoping to land a national title after leaving home to pursue hockey dreams.