Hayden High School girls basketball couldn't overcome being shutout in the first quarter of Friday night's loss at home to Plateau Valley.
Hayden and Soroco High School boys and girls basketball all will at least get a taste at the postseason, but a few of the teams are well positioned to make runs at district championships.
Hayden High School wrestlers took on their final tournament of the season Saturday before the regional tournament ramps up next weekend.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team couldn't carry first-half momentum into the fourth quarter, falling at West Grand, 58-53.
Both the Steamboat and Hayden high school wrestling teams had strong weekends heading into Wednesday's Routt County Triangular.
Without coach Mike Luppes, the Tigers continued to deal with the injuries that defined the early portion of its schedule and lost twice — on Friday, 45-36, to Rangely and Saturday, 65-45, to Meeker.
The Tigers dropped a pair of games against league opponents. Hayden fell, 38-30, on Friday night on the road against Rangely, then lost on Saturday in Hayden against Meeker, 78-33.
Steamboat Springs High School wrestling won its home tournament Saturday, edging out second-place Hayden and third-place Glenwood Springs.
It was the Tigers' night, and they ruled in their own roost, beating Soroco, 43-9, and Glenwood Springs in an spirited dual, 42-37.
Hayden High School boys basketball wasn't able to finish off a three-quarter lead Friday night at Vail Christian. The Tigers lost, 58-49, to fall to 1-10 on the year.
Hayden High School girls basketball stole a key road win Friday night at Vail Christian, 42-38, thanks in large part to the Tigers' 17 made free throws.
Saturday will be a busy day for high school sports fans as the Steamboat Nordic skiing team and the Steamboat wrestling team host large events at home.
Steamboat, Hayden and Soroco all had strong days on the mats at wrestling tournaments Saturday.
Hayden High School girls basketball again struggled Saturday in a 64-25 loss to Paonia, but it was a much-improved performance from Friday, Tigers coach Michelle Wilkie said.
Hayden High School boys basketball is starting to piece together the roster coach Mike Luppes would have loved to have seen a month ago, but things are slow going.