The Soroco girls basketball beat Hayden on Friday for the sixth consecutive time, 68-39.
Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls basketball will be making their annual Palisade-Delta overnight road trip, wrestling teams are kicking off 2015, high school skiing is back on track, and Steamboat hockey is looking for its first win.
Hayden and Soroco High School boys and girls basketball will renew their annual league rivalry on Friday night in Oak Creek in our game of the week.
Hayden wrestlers were big late in their matches Tuesday to pull out a 36-34 win against Moffat County.
Soroco boys and girls basketball go undefeated over the weekend, 10 Steamboat skiers heading to state and Hayden wrestlers take West Grand tourney.
Hayden High School wrestling just barely beat out Steamboat Springs for first place at Saturday's West Grand Tournament in Kremmling.
Hayden High School alumnus Treyben Letlow is a long way removed from his illustrious Tigers athletic career, but on Saturday, he will start at tight end for the CSU-Pueblo football team in the biggest game of his life: the Division II national championship.
Steamboat hockey will make its home debut, Sailors boys and girls hoops continue league play, Soroco boys and girls basketball teams play host to South Park and Routt County wrestlers will be at West Grand.
A pair of local football players will play this weekend in NCAA National Championships games — Treyben Letlow at the Division II level and Skylar Kauf at the Division III level. Both games will be on ESPN channels.
Steamboat boys basketball player Robi Powers has a big weekend and some area hoops teams bounced back in Saturday games.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team righted the ship in a big way Saturday afternoon, snapping a big two-game losing streak to knock off Dubois, of Wyoming, 45-28.
Hayden High School boys basketball remained winless on Saturday, losing to Caprock Academy while playing without its top-two players.
Though smaller in size than usual, the Soroco Wrestling Invitational brought in some quality competition and some tight finals matches. Hayden won the tournament, and Soroco finished fifth.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team bounced back in a big way Friday, unfortunately for Hayden.
Hayden High School boys basketball lost its fourth straight game, but next up for the Tigers is their cross-county rival Soroco in the Meeker Shootout's second round.