The Hayden High School boys basketball team lost Friday night, 55-39 at West Grand.
The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team again took the Carl Ramunno Invitational at home, using gold-medal performances from Hayden Johnson, Matthew Hansen, Colton Pasternak and Dylan Wallace.
It wasn’t a win, but coach Michelle Wilkie said she was able to find plenty of things for her team to be proud of Friday night in a 51-33 loss against West Grand.
Steamboat Springs basketball and hockey are again at home this weekend while Soroco and Hayden basketball hit the road. Steamboat wrestling hosts its annual Carl Ramunno Invitational and Sailors Nordic skiing will be in Minturn for the Maloit Park Invite.
Sailors wrestlers took on high-quality competition on the Front Range, Hayden High School wrestlers won all but one dual in Saturday's Highland Dual and Soroco's pair of athletes each saw the podium at Rangely.
Soroco basketball scores a pair of wins, Steamboat boys lose late to Glenwood and Sailors girls show some fight in this weekend's basketball-heavy prep sports roundup.
A sloppy, foul-filled game cost the Hayden girls on Saturday as they fell, 36-30, against North Park.
Hayden fell beyond 16-1 in the first quarter and never was able to dig out of that hole Saturday against North Park.
Action this weekend in restricted to Saturday, but every local school has home basketball games while each school's wrestling team is in for long road trips.
A pair of Hayden High School wrestlers showed well at the Tournament of Champions in Utah, and Steamboat Springs wrestling grabbed third as a team at Eagle Valley.
Steamboat Springs hockey picked up its first win, Hayden wrestling pair shows well at big tourney and Sailors boys basketball takes care of business on the road in the weekend roundup.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team struggled to keep up with visiting Vail Christian and the Saints' stud senior Saturday night, losing by 24 points.
The Vail Christian High School girls basketball team got its first win at Hayden on Saturday afternoon, outlasting the Tigers, 40-25.
The Soroco boys basketball team beat Hayden for the second time this season, winning Friday night in Oak Creek, 58-45.
The Soroco girls basketball beat Hayden on Friday for the sixth consecutive time, 68-39.