Steamboat boys and girls lacrosse, as well as Sailors girls soccer are at home this weekend, while Steamboat tennis, baseball and track are all on the road. Soroco and Hayden track are also away.
Hayden track and field athlete Jack Redmond driven to take it to the next level
Hayden High School senior Jack Redmond has just a few more weeks to cement his Tigers track and field legacy before shipping off to college, where he plans to be a student-athlete.
The Soroco Rams track and field team had a busy weekend, competing in two different invitationals. The Steamboat and Hayden squads also saw some podium finishes in their meets.
This weekend, Steamboat boys lacrosse hits the road looking for a rebound win, tennis battles along the Front Range, track is in Garfield County and Sailors soccer is itching for win No. 9.
All three Routt County high schools were represented at Saturday's Eagle Valley Track and Field Invitational. Hayden's Jack Redmond and Soroco's Ben Kelley each brought home gold medals.
The high school track and field season began Friday in Rifle, and some local athletes picked up where they left off last spring.
Steamboat Springs girls soccer is off to a fantastic start, Sailors boys lacrosse dominates opener and freshman tennis sensation Tatum Burger makes her presence felt in this week's preps sports roundup.
The Hayden High School boys basketball season came to an end Tuesday night playing at Hotchkiss, the home team in the first round of the District 5 tournament.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team season came to an end Tuesday night when the Tigers fell to Meeker, 57-38, in the district tournament.
State wrestlers grab some wins in the Pepsi Center, Soroco girls basketball keeps the win streak going and the Sailors boys basketball squad goes down in heartbreaking fashion in the final preps roundup of the winter.
Hayden Tigers Taylor Lewis and Christian Carson — the only Routt County contenders remaining at the state wrestling tournament — were eliminated in emotional finishes on Saturday.
Steamboat Sailors, Moffat Bulldogs exit competition
Friday didn't go according to plan for much of Routt County's wrestlers at the 2A and 3A state championships, but two Hayden Tigers remain in contention for medals.
Day one of state championship wrestling wrapped up with three Hayden and two Moffat County athletes advancing to their respective championship quarterfinals Friday at Denver's Pepsi Center.
State championship wrestling ramps up Thursday and will run through Saturday at Denver's Pepsi Center, where the lights are bright and the stakes are as high as ever.
Regionals are all wrapped up and eight Routt County wrestlers are heading to the state championships this week in Denver. Steamboat Springs qualified three athletes in Class 3A, and Hayden qualified five in Class 2A.