Steamboat set to play at 8:15 p.m.
Explosive in the second and third quarters and — eventually, anyway — sharp from 3-point range, the Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team charged ahead in the winner’s bracket at the Steamboat Shoot-Out on Thursday, blasting rival Moffat County, 58-35.
Soroco High School wrestling coach Jay Whaley has a pretty simple rule when it comes to any opportunity for his team to wrestle in Routt County.
The Steamboat wrestling and hockey teams and the Soroco and Hayden boys and girls basketball teams all hit the road this weekend. Will they find what their looking for on the highway?
The Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls teams begin play this weekend in the Steamboat Shoot-Out tournament. For the boys team, that means a 6:30 p.m. game at home against long-time rival, Moffat County.
The new-found pace of the Soroco High School girls basketball team roared into Oak Creek Tuesday night as the Rams played their first home game of the season. They teetered between furiously fast — effective — and frantically frenzied — less so — but ended up easily running away from North Park to earn a 84-39 victory.
Bulldogs pin 10 of Titans' varsity in 66-6 win, hit Sailors 62-3
Moffat County High School wrestlers must have momentarily felt like they were in a bowling alley Tuesday night. How else would you explain collecting 10 pins? MCHS was the undisputed winner in points during a home triangular between the Bulldogs, Steamboat Springs and Coal Ridge.
The genius of the Dec. 7 Nordic Race Series season opener is that skiers don’t need to be in mid-season form to feel comfortable putting down their $5 entry fee and turning it loose.
Steamboat finished third as a team in its season-opening wrestling event and had three individual champions. Hayden and Soroco each had one.
When Old Town Hot Springs members feel that extra burn during their next spin class, they will have Jonathan Heuberger to thank.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team hit the road Saturday and picked up its first win of the season, knocking off Liberty 3-0 in Colorado Springs.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team lost its second game of the season Saturday, falling 65-27 to Durango at the Brenda Patch Tournament in Roaring Fork.
Turnovers helped lead the Soroco boys to two losses Saturday, but coach Shawn Hayes said those experience will pay off in the long run.
It was somewhat of a snakebit start to the season for the U.S. Nordic combined team, but Bryan Fletcher raced to one of his best results in a year Sunday to help turn things around.
In Steamboat, the genesis of snowmaking and expectations of a Thanksgiving opening day, can be found in a couple of dreadful snow seasons that spanned the late 70s and early 80s.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team didn’t come away from its season-opening weekend of action with a win, but coach Michelle Wilkie said it did come back with plenty to be positive about.