The Sailors will be spread far this weekend, with the tennis team heading to state. There's great action at home all around the county, too.
The Soroco High School volleyball team dropped a five-set heartbreaker at second-place North Park last week but rebounded nicely in a three-set sweep at De Beque.
A pair of Sailors cross-country runners and Soroco's Ben Kelley had strong showings in their respective meets during the weekend.
It took strong defense, some consistent offense and, as much as anything, a few wacky plays, but Friday night, that was enough for the Soroco High School football team to pick up a big win on the road at Rangely, 18-10.
Steamboat Springs High School volleyball heads to Battle Mountain on Thursday in a game that not only has league title implications but also could have a ripple effect on state standings.
Soroco freshman Ben Kelley was second in a cross-country race in Summit County.
Mitch McCannon scored touchdowns on the ground, through the air and on defense in the fourth quarter of Sailors football's 47-26 homecoming win against Grand Junction Central.
Norwood showed why it’s considered one of the top teams in the state Saturday, scoring early and often to knock off Soroco in 8-man football and stay undefeated, 53-0.
It was closer, but the end result was the same. Hayden and Soroco battled in volleyball on Friday, and the Rams emerged on top.
The Hayden vs. Soroco volleyball rematch highlights weekend games around Routt County.
ail Christian volleyball did the little things that gave the Saints a 25-22, 26-24, 25-18 victory against visiting Soroco on Tuesday night at the Wheeler Athletic Center in Edwards.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team is quickly making itself known as Routt County's top prep sports team of the fall.
Soroco High School volleyball dropped to 6-3 overall this season and is 3-2 in league play after a four-set loss to visiting West Grand Friday night.
A few Routt County teams come home for games this weekend, but some of the big ones are on the road, including Steamboat Springs High School soccer's trip to Battle Mountain on Thursday.
Former Routt County high school athletes are competing at colleges around the country, and those in fall sports are already well into their seasons. Check in on how they're doing.