This rivalry, which renews at 7 p.m. Friday in Oak Creek, never has been as much about the scoreboard as it has true community-to-community competition.
The weekend of high school sports will be all about maintaining momentum for the Steamboat Springs soccer, football and volleyball teams as well as the Hayden and Soroco volleyball teams.
Steamboat Springs High School football picked up its biggest win in years, leading the way for a busy weekend of high school sports for area teams.
The Hayden High School volleyball team beat North Park in five sets, pushing the Tigers to their third straight win.
The Hayden High School football team made quick work of Rocky Mountain Lutheran on Friday night, but play league rival Soroco next Friday in a critical contest.
Hayden stomped out a Game Two Mustangs rally, then stomped on West Grand, rolling to a big win Thursday night playing at home.
A busy weekend of high school sports action awaits, although much of it is on the road.
Try as I might to prevent it, it may be happening again. I may be leaning toward trying to guess who’s going to win the Sept. 20 matchup between the Hayden and Soroco High School football teams.
Playing its fourth game since Tuesday, Hayden made quick work of Vail Mountain, winning 3-0 on the road.
The Tigers trailed 24-16 at the end of the half Saturday before Dayspring Christian blew the game wide open, scoring 30 points in the third quarter en route to a 70-16 win.
The Tigers did just about everything they could Friday night to claw out a victory against conference foe Meeker, but Hayden High School volleyball eventually fell, 3-1.
The Soroco High School volleyball team fell Tuesday in a back-and-forth, five-set matach at cross-county rival Hayden.
THe Hayden football team won its opener Saturday in dominating fashion.
A major turnover in players hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of the Hayden football team. The team is set to start the season Saturday afternoon at Belleview Christian.
The 2013-14 high school sports season gets underway bright and early this morning as practice begins for most fall sports.