After game cancellations this week because of weather, Routt County prep teams bounce back into action Friday and Saturday.
Hayden grad Holli Salazar and Soroco grad Alex Estes, who were state champions in track and field in high school, were back to their outstanding ways last weekend during collegiate track events.
A Saturday meet at Eagle Valley had coaches feeling optimistic as area athletes recorded some of their best times and distances of the season.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team had a season to remember, running undefeated through the Western Slope League. And that season was appropriately honored last month as the Tigers earned the most all-league honors of any team in the area.
Things get started Thursday when the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team faces Fruita at Gardner Field.
Outdoor track season is under way and lacrosse and tennis are still keeping local athletes busy with their college teams.
Routt County spring sports get back to action this weekend, hopefully with better weather.
Winter sports are wrapping up for Routt County athletes now competing for colleges around the country.
“He helps us in so many ways; it’s unbelievable. Offensively, defensively, scoring, passing, rebounding and blocked shots. He’s the whole package.” — Hayden coach Mike Luppes
The Soroco boys basketball team gave district No. 2 Meeker a scare Tuesday night before falling, 64-53.
The Soroco girls basketball team lost to Rangely on Tuesday in the opening round of the district tournament.
Hayden senior Ryan Domson lost Friday night in the 182-pound semifinals at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament in Denver.
Hayden High School senior Ryan Domson got a win in the tournament’s first round, but his four fellow Tigers, as well as a pair of Soroco Rams, lost their matches and were cast to Friday’s consolation bracket.
Hayden and Soroco high school basketball teams wrap up their seasons Friday with the cross-county rival matchups.
A weekend of action set up the district tournament for the Steamboat Springs High School basketball teams. Teams from Soroco and Hayden also were busy.