Hayden, Soroco roll at West Grand while Steamboat fights in Grand Junction
They didn’t come home with a heap of medals, but coach Travis Bryant said his Steamboat Springs High School wrestlers did bring home plenty of lessons from one of the toughest events on their schedule, Saturday’s Warrior Classic tournament in Grand Junction.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team didn’t get a win playing at home Friday against North Park, but the Tigers, winless this season, did give the Wildcats a run and led through portions of the game.
The Tigers fell short of the goals in one quarter Friday night, playing at home against North Park, but hit goals in the other three quarters, allowing the team to roll to a big win.
There were good games and bad through the weekend for the Hayden High School girls basketball team, but coach Michelle Wilkie said the one thing her team came away with was valuable experience.
The Hayden High School boys basketball didn’t get a win, but coach Gerard Geis was excited after the team’s three-day swing through the Meeker Cowboy Shootout tournament.
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?
Steamboat finished third as a team in its season-opening wrestling event and had three individual champions. Hayden and Soroco each had one.
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.
The Hayden wrestling team returns a pair of state qualifiers and is headed into the looming wrestling season with high hopes.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team is hoping last season's hard lessons can lead to some victories this season.
Hayden girls basketball coach Michelle Wilkie has seen her team fight with all it has. She's hoping she can take that passion and turn it into wins on the basketball court.
The season came to an end for both the Soroco and the Hayden high school volleyball teams on Friday as they each went 0-2 in the District 5 tournament.
The second half of a football game isn’t a time period crying out for a nickname, unless Soroco High School running back Jace Logan’s around, anyway. Friday, he fired up in the second half and powered the Rams to a victory against Hayden.
It's rivalry week for the Soroco and Hayden football teams, as the Tigers cross the county to face the Rams. It'd be a sweet win for Hayden, for sure, but there's a lot more on the line for Soroco. Elsewhere, the Steamboat volleyball team plays twice, and the football team, playing at home, has a great shot at a win.