Steamboat skier twice a champ in moguls comp
Avital Shimko led the way for a big weekend of moguls skiing for Steamboat's women, winning at Steamboat Ski Area both Saturday and Sunday.
Bryan Fletcher pieced together his most complete weekend of skiing this season, placing 15th one day and 16th the next in Lahti, Finland, on Saturday and Sunday on the Nordic combined World Cup.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team hung tough Friday and Saturday with both its opponents, but couldn’t manage a win in either game.
It wasn't the best of weekends for the Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls basketball teams.
The Steamboat Springs High school hockey team was at its best when it mattered most, allowing the Sailors to squeeze by Aspen.
The Soroco High School girls basketball team ran away from Rangely on Saturday.
The Soroco girls won easily Friday, but they may need a better performance if they hope to win several looming games.
It seemed fair to count the 0-5 Soroco boys basketball out of Friday night's game when it trailed by double digits in the fourth quarter. That, however, would have been a mistake.
Steamboat Springs skier Jett Seymour, 18, said he knew things were going well, that his skiing was on point as he entered a pair of NorAm slalom races at Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont. Even he didn't know quite how well.
Northwest Colorado teams to attend weekend's Tournament of Champions in Vernal, Utah
It’s a rare occasion when the Hayden High School wrestling team is able to host its own meet, but that only made it more noteworthy for athletes. Moffat County High School braved Highway 40 Thursday to visit the Tigers, heading back home with a 62-7 victory in one of the quickest duals the Bulldogs will have this season.
After 20 inches of new snow Thursday morning, local skiers celebrate with early morning turns of delight.
After years of playing on hardwood basketball courts and searching for an indoor answer, Steamboat Soccer Club has found a winter home at the Mountain Village Montessori Charter School.
Hayden High School wrestling coach Chad Jones admitted his team’s Thursday evening clash with Moffat County High School may not make for much of a dual. The Bulldogs program is much larger than Hayden's at the moment, filling every weight class and almost guaranteeing a win. He's hoping the matchup can still result in some excellent wrestling, however.
High school sports will charge back on to the scene this weekend. Soroco and Hayden both will play host to home basketball games on Friday night while the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team has a pair of home games on tap.
The teams the United States plans to send to the World Juniors Nordic Championships in Park City, Utah, won’t be official until later this week, but the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skiers wrapped up the qualifying competitions for that event on a high note last weekend and the club is poised to send several of its strongest skiers to Utah.