It's another busy weekend for local prep sports, with all three football teams hosting games under the Friday night lights and SSHS tennis heading to regionals.
It wasn’t the result they wanted, Soroco High School girls volleyball coach Jeannie Jo Logan said Tuesday night, but it was a good night nonetheless as her team lost a tight one on the road in North Park, falling in five sets.
Soroco High School football coach Dick Dudas pinpointed the greatest weakness the Rams have this season, and it’s their lack of strength. Which, unfortunately for them, is something they can’t do much about until the season is over.
Weird was the popular adjective used to describe the beginning of Friday’s volleyball match between Soroco High School and Hayden High School in Oak Creek.
The Soroco High School football team hosts undefeated Norwood at 7 p.m. Friday in Oak Creek. It's the first league game of the season for both teams.
Soroco and Hayden clash again Friday night in volleyball, one of the highlights of this weekend's high school sports schedule.
The Soroco High School volleyball team couldn't do much to stop visiting Vail Christian on Tuesday.
The Hayden High School football team defeated Justice on Saturday, 36-14. Hayden volleyball won 3-1 over De Beque, and Soroco volleyball fell in three sets to West Grand on Friday.
Games this weekend offer a big opportunity for teams that have struggled so far this fall, like the Hayden football and volleyball squads, which both hit the road. Soroco, meanwhile, has a big volleyball match and some tough action for its cross country team.
Soroco volleyball also bounced back with a dominating win over De Beque on Saturday. Hayden volleyball fell at Vail Mountain. The SSHS girls cross country team took first in Gypsum.
In a way, the Soroco High School football team held to its game plan Friday. Against visiting Dayspring Christian Academy in Oak Creek, the Rams were able to put long drives together and managed to control time of possession.
The Rams lost for only the second time this season, falling 3-0 in Oak Creek.
The Soroco volleyball and football teams face tough opponents at home on Friday, two of the highlights to the weekend of local high school sports action.
The Soroco High School volleyball team kept its strong start to the season rolling with a three-game victory against Vail Mountain.
Chloe Veilleux and Ben Kelley both ran strong races, leading the way for the Soroco High School cross country team Sept. 5 at a meet at Battle Mountain and now the team is preparing for a trip Friday to race at Eagle Valley.