As Soroco plays its second football game this season against Plateau Valley, it's time to reflect on the mess that is 8-man football on the Western Slope.
The Hayden High School football team's home game against highly regarded Norwood represents the only local home game this weekend.
Soroco High School's Ben Kelley and Steamboat Springs' Tatum Burger have set themselves apart as a couple of the region's best freshman runners. Both will be heading to Delta this week to compete in their respective regionals for a shot at the state race.
Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer sent its 11 seniors out as winners Saturday in their final home game at Gardner Field.
Soroco High School volleyball coach Jeannie Jo Logan said her team put together good stretches Saturday, but it couldn't maintain that momentum in three tight sets.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls cross country team shined Thursday at a meet in Rifle. Tatum Burger won the race and the Sailors' girls team ended up atop the team standings.
League-leading Vail Christian swept Soroco in the Rams' final regular-season home volleyball contest of 2014. But after a strong start to the season, Soroco is in good position to compete in the upcoming district tournament, which will be in Oak Creek.
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.