The Steamboat Springs High School football team is hoping for a huge home upset while the volleyball and soccer squads are playing in key matchups that could have big post-season consequences.
With one game remaining for most of the local 8-man football district teams, nearly everything remains up in the air.
The Soroco High School football team lost its first game of the season Friday night, falling at home against Rangely, 41-24.
There's no room for error this weekend as a number of Steamboat Springs High School sports teams try to fine-tune their records in hopes of qualifying for postseason play.
The Soroco football team puts its perfect record on the line Friday against Rangely in Oak Creek.
The Soroco High School volleyball team suffered 12 straight games of losing, but during the weekend, the Rams snagged a pair of wins for the first time in 2013.
The Vail Mountain School volleyball team staved off upset-minded Soroco, 25-22, 23-25, 25-18, 20-15, 15-10, on Thursday night in East Vail.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team will try to go 4-2 as it plays host to Battle Mountain on Friday night, highlighting a weekend of high school sports action.
The visiting Rams used a relentless rushing attack to hold off the gritty Saints, 14-12, at Hot Stuff Stadium at Eagle Valley High School. Soroco ran 78 plays to Vail Christian’s 40 — including an astounding 45-12 margin during the first half alone.
The Steamboat Springs and Hayden high school football teams looks to get back to winning while Soroco hopes to maintain its momentum this weekend in high school sports.
The Hayden High School volleyball team came from a nine-point deficit to stun Soroco in the first set of a Tuesday night showdown between the rivals, riding that momentum to a three-set victory.
A big Friday night of football and the summer's final Steamboat Springs Running Series race defined the weekend for Routt County sports.
It took 10 years, but on Friday, the Soroco High School football team savored every possible second as it beat Hayden in football.
Despite a strong start, the Rams fell Thursday to West Grand, 12-25, 25-17, 25-12, 25-19.
This rivalry, which renews at 7 p.m. Friday in Oak Creek, never has been as much about the scoreboard as it has true community-to-community competition.