Despite a big game from junior quarterback Garrett St. Clair, four big plays added up to one disappointing night Friday for the Hayden High School football team.
It may seem as uf the high school sports season just got underway, but it's already crunch time for members of the Steamboat Springs High School golf team, who have their eyes on the regional tournament and a shot at state.
With no league in Steamboat Springs, kickball enthusiasts have learned to get their fix from the annual two-day Kickball Klassic tournament.
Steamboat Springs top mountain bike racers will be looking to power their way to a title this Saturday during the Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series finale at Howelsen Hill.
It's a slower weekend locally for high school sports teams. Several squads are off and others play on the road. Several big home volleyball games await in Hayden and Oak Creek, however.
The Tigers will clash with Justice this Friday night at home looking to extend the team's winning streak by one more week.
By the time you are reading this, Routt National Forest on Buffalo Pass will have started to change.
Steamboat Running Series: 10K at 10,000 results from Sunday, Sept. 4
The Steamboat Springs High School cross country team got off to a fast start Saturday at a Battle Mountain meet while Soroco's runners continued to put up excellent results.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team took care of business Saturday, and now, one of the first major league tests of the season is on tap Tuesday.
The Soroco High School volleyball team cruised to a winning weekend Friday and Saturday, taking three of their four matches at a tournament in Rangely.
Blame it on the Tarahumara. Or author Christopher McDougall and his cryptic character Caballo Blanco. How else would you explain the harebrained idea of hopping off the couch to jog the Zirkle Circle, an 11-mile, 2,400-vertical loop in the Mount Zirkle Wilderness Area connecting Gilpin and Gold lakes?
The eighth annual Steamboat Stage Race came to a spinning conclusion Monday in downtown, as several locals leapt to the front of the pack.
Things were looking fine, good even, midway through the Demon Invitational volleyball tournament in Glenwood Springs.
The bulls ran wild on plenty of cowboys Sunday at the annual Rocky Mountain Bull Bash, making Hayden High School graduate Kaiden Decker's achievements all the more impressive.