Steamboat Springs High School football picked up its biggest win in years, leading the way for a busy weekend of high school sports for area teams.
Soroco easily beat Plateau Valley on Friday and looks to Hayden next.
A rough start to the season didn’t get any better Friday night for the Soroco High School volleyball team, which fell in three games on a road trip against Beth Eden Baptist. The Rams lost, 26-24, 25-18 and 25-16.
A busy weekend of high school sports action awaits, although much of it is on the road.
Try as I might to prevent it, it may be happening again. I may be leaning toward trying to guess who’s going to win the Sept. 20 matchup between the Hayden and Soroco High School football teams.
Sophomore Storm Veilleux led the way in a dominating performance by the Rams, who excelled in their home opener by running it up on Justice, 54-6.
The Vail Christian Saints on Thursday won their home opener, 25-18, 25-19, 25-16, against Soroco at the Wheeler Athletic Center in Edwards.
The Soroco High School volleyball team fell Tuesday in a back-and-forth, five-set matach at cross-county rival Hayden.
Soroco won its opener against Gilpin County.
The Soroco volleyball team lost its opener to Vail Mountain on Friday.
Soroco has 29 athletes out for football, the most it's had since before it switched to 8-man football in 2009. The Rams are hoping that can help to create an eye-opening season.
The 2013-14 high school sports season gets underway bright and early this morning as practice begins for most fall sports.
Soroco High School's Jacey Schlegel won the state championship in breakaway roping at the high school state championships earlier this month.
Soroco's stay at the state track meet came to an end, but the team leaves Lakewood happy with its performances.
Soroco High School track athletes won a pair of medals on the opening day of the state track meet Thursday in Lakewood.