Hayden and Soroco High School boys and girls basketball all will at least get a taste at the postseason, but a few of the teams are well positioned to make runs at district championships.
Soroco High School boys basketball broke a two-game skid Friday night, easily handling visiting De Beque by 38 points to improve to 9-8 on the season.
Soroco High School boys basketball dropped a non-league contest Thursday night at Rangely. The Rams will be back in action at home Friday night against De Beque.
Soroco High School girls basketball won its 13th game of the season on Saturday, staving off a third-quarter comeback to beat West Grand, 64-47.
Soroco High School boys basketball was able to squeeze out a road victory Friday night at North Park, but the Rams couldn't make it two straight in Saturday afternoon's loss to West Grand.
Soroco High School girls basketball picked up its 12th win of the season Friday night at North Park, a 28-point blowout behind big nights from two freshmen.
Whatever bug infected the Soroco roster didn’t do enough to keep Saturday’s game close. The Rams ran away with it, beating Rangely, 68-23.
A furious second-half comeback gave the Rams a much-needed win against solid league opponent Rangely, 50-43.
Soroco High School boys basketball team let a close game get away on Friday night, falling at Meeker, 61-48
Soroco High School girls basketball coach David Bruner said Meeker is the best team in the league and showed it Friday, winning 60-31.
The Soroco High School girls basketball team on Friday picked up what coach David Bruner said was one of its best wins in years.
Steamboat Springs High School wrestling won its home tournament Saturday, edging out second-place Hayden and third-place Glenwood Springs.
It was the Tigers' night, and they ruled in their own roost, beating Soroco, 43-9, and Glenwood Springs in an spirited dual, 42-37.
Soroco High School boys basketball coach Jake Eskridge said senior forward Ryan Jeep was unstoppable Friday night, and the Rams rode Jeep’s big game to their first win of 2014.
It took the Soroco High School girls basketball team nearly three quarters to get there, but once they did, it took them 90 seconds to separate themselves from Vail Christian on Wednesday night in Oak Creek.