The Sailors will be spread far this weekend, with the tennis team heading to state. There's great action at home all around the county, too.
The Hayden High School volleyball team gave West Grand all it wanted in two sets, but couldn’t keep it going in the third, and in the end the Mustangs came away with a three-set sweep on Saturday in Kremmling.
The Hayden High School volleyball team picked up its fourth win of the season Thursday, knocking off De Beque at home in four sets.
Steamboat Springs High School volleyball heads to Battle Mountain on Thursday in a game that not only has league title implications but also could have a ripple effect on state standings.
Mitch McCannon scored touchdowns on the ground, through the air and on defense in the fourth quarter of Sailors football's 47-26 homecoming win against Grand Junction Central.
The Tigers lost the first set, 25-6. They were much better in the next two and while they still rolled out of the state on the other side of a three-set sweep, coach Dayna Hunter said the team played well.
It was closer, but the end result was the same. Hayden and Soroco battled in volleyball on Friday, and the Rams emerged on top.
Rangely overcame an injury to one of its best players Friday night, and despite a crazy fourth-quarter goal line stand and easily their best performance of the season, the Hayden Tigers couldn’t do the same.
The Hayden vs. Soroco volleyball rematch highlights weekend games around Routt County.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team is quickly making itself known as Routt County's top prep sports team of the fall.
Hayden High School football improved to 2-2 on a big Friday night, blasting visiting Justice, 56-20, thanks in large part to big first-quarter plays from senior Jack Redmond and junior Garrett Camilletti.
A few Routt County teams come home for games this weekend, but some of the big ones are on the road, including Steamboat Springs High School soccer's trip to Battle Mountain on Thursday.
Hayden beat Vail Mountain Tuesday, 25-15, 25-22, 25-18, winning for the third time in four matches, and the Tigers did it without their best player.
Former Routt County high school athletes are competing at colleges around the country, and those in fall sports are already well into their seasons. Check in on how they're doing.
Steamboat Springs High School quarterback Zach Holm is getting things done in 2014 with his legs after a pair of scores Friday night at Battle Mountain.