The Steamboat hockey team is in action with a pair of road games and Hayden and Soroco basketball teams are off to tournaments this weekend.
Arielle Gold finished second in the snowboard half-pipe qualification round at the Dew Tour on Wednesday.
Soroco won the game, lost the game, then maybe lost it and won it one more time. However it happened, the team's trip to play Denver West on Tuesday night resulted in a wild overtime victory, 71-70.
Steamboat Springs will again be well represented on the U.S. Freestyle Moguls Ski Team. Three local skiers were on the team, which was announced on Tuesday just ahead of the season’s first World Cup.
Thanks to a broken ankle Steamboat Springs snowboarder Taylor Gold couldn't replicate in 2014 the summer of 2013 that was so pivotal to his Olympic-team breakthrough. Still, with a win already under his belt this winter, he's thinking big.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team slipped to 0-4 on Monday night, falling 4-2 on the road playing at Summit High School.
Adult rec volleyball results for Dec. 8, 2014
Manning's streak of 51 games with a touchdown throw — three shy of Drew Brees' NFL record — ended on a sun-splashed, almost still afternoon with the game-time temperature a balmy 63 degrees. Despite three turnovers, the Broncos (10-3) won their third straight game since changing from a pass-oriented attack to a run-heavy approach.
Steamboat Springs' Bryan Fletcher had his best World Cup finish since early January this weekend, while teammate Adam Loomis recorded a World Cup career mark in Lillehammer, Norway.
After a nagging ankle injury resulted in surgery, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club-bred Ben Berend wondered if he'd ever return to peak Nordic combined form. After missing roughly 150 training hours, Berend is back on skis with his eyes set on the Junior World Championships.
The Soroco High School boys basketball split its game at a two-day tournament at South Park High School and the squad came away just fine with that result.
Soroco lost at Meeker, 52-37, thanks in part to an awful night of shooting the basketball for the Rams.
Nordic combined and special ski jumping winter action kicked off Saturday at Howelsen Hill for the Rocky Mountain Division Winter Start.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team lost to Rangely on Saturday, 48-33.
Class 2A preseason No. 2 Ignacio ran past Hayden High School boys basketball Saturday at the Mountain Top Classic, downing the Tigers big, 91-20.