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.
The Hayden High School volleyball team won Tuesday night, punching its ticket to this weekend's district tournament. The Tigers hope they're hitting their stride at the right time of the season.
Plateau Valley used its speed to burn past the Hayden High School football team Saturday, but coach Ryan Wilkie said he found some positives in his squad's performance.
The Tigers were at their sharpest in the third game, but couldn’t prevent North Park from winning the match, 3-0. The Wildcats won, 25-21, 25-14, 25-23.
The Steamboat Springs volleyball and soccer teams and the Soroco football team all face huge tests this weekend in games that have major postseason implications.
The Hayden High School football team couldn’t score when it got close, but it didn’t get close often enough for that to matter in Friday’s senior night home game against Gilpin County.
The Hayden High School volleyball team may have lost Saturday's match against the Meeker Cowboys, but the sting of losing the match was somewhat tempered by the inclusion of what Tigers coach Dayna Hunter described as one of her team's best games of the season.
The Hayden High School football team was definitely on a roll Friday, taking a convincing 34-14 road win against Rangely.