Steamboat hockey will make its home debut, Sailors boys and girls hoops continue league play, Soroco boys and girls basketball teams play host to South Park and Routt County wrestlers will be at West Grand.
A pair of local football players will play this weekend in NCAA National Championships games — Treyben Letlow at the Division II level and Skylar Kauf at the Division III level. Both games will be on ESPN channels.
Steamboat boys basketball player Robi Powers has a big weekend and some area hoops teams bounced back in Saturday games.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team closed the Meeker Shootout on a high note with a 55-48 win over Moffat County's junior varsity.
Though smaller in size than usual, the Soroco Wrestling Invitational brought in some quality competition and some tight finals matches. Hayden won the tournament, and Soroco finished fifth.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team bounced back in a big way Friday, unfortunately for Hayden.
Soroco High School boys basketball slumped to 1-2 after an 89-49 loss to Class 5A Fruita Monument's junior varsity squad to start the Meeker Shootout tournament.
Routt County wrestling fans will get a great chance to see their local athletes in action twice this weekend.
The Steamboat hockey team is in action with a pair of road games and Hayden and Soroco basketball teams are off to tournaments this weekend.
Soroco won the game, lost the game, then maybe lost it and won it one more time. However it happened, the team's trip to play Denver West on Tuesday night resulted in a wild overtime victory, 71-70.
The Soroco High School boys basketball split its game at a two-day tournament at South Park High School and the squad came away just fine with that result.
Soroco lost at Meeker, 52-37, thanks in part to an awful night of shooting the basketball for the Rams.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team kicked off its season on Friday night the right way.
Soroco beat Rangely, 68-41, at the Meeker Cowboy Shootout, setting the stage for the Rams to play the hosts, Meeker, on Saturday.
Soroco High School wrestling once again is thin in numbers this season, but that doesn't have coach Jay Whaley worried. The ones he does have will get extra one-on-one attention, and he believes they all are capable of making state tournament runs.