It still wasn’t a win, but it was better, Hayden High School boys basketball coach Gerard Geis said Saturday after his team’s 54-31 loss on the road at North Park.
Hayden (3-7) is off until Friday, when it hosts West Grand.
The offensive has been elusive for the Hayden High School boys basketball team. Still, coach Gerard Geis said there were positives to pull from his team’s 57-12 Friday night home loss to Meeker.
A slow first half doomed the Hayden High School girls basketball team to a loss Thursday as the Tigers played host to Meeker.
Peyton Spafford and Grace Wilkie were selected by Hayden High School as athletes of the month.
The Hayden boys and girls basketball teams open the weekend Thursday night with home games against Meeker.
The Steamboat Springs and Soroco High School wrestling teams opened the 2016 portion of their season Saturday at the Eagle Valley Invitational. Hayden competed at Vernal's Tournament of Champions.
The result was the same — a 59-20 loss Saturday by the Hayden High School boys basketball team on the road at Vail Christian. Coach Gerard Geis said his team played better than it has yet this season, however.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team lost Saturday afternoon playing at Vail Christian. The Saints won 56-30, but coach Michelle Wilkie said the performance was a step up from the team’s lopsided loss Friday against Soroco.
The Soroco girls basketball team got points from nine different players Friday and beat Hayden, 72-26.
Soroco begins a critical, three-game stretch, Friday traveling to play at intra-county rival Hayden. The Rams return home Saturday to face undefeated West Grand, and Tuesday, they hit the road again to play at Vail Christian, considered another of the top teams in the league.
After a long winter break high school sports action gets going quickly this weekend.
All three Routt County high school wrestling teams competed at the West Grand Invitational in Kremmling on Saturday. It was the final competition for each team before the holiday break.
This is the final weekend of play for area teams before heading into winter break.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team took Round 1 of the intra-county rivalry against Hayden, winning Saturday in the final round of the Meeker Cowboy Shoot Out, 60-20.