The Steamboat football and soccer teams both have big home games this weekend while both the Hayden and Soroco football squads hit the road in interesting matchups, leading the way for the weekend's high school sporting action.
Soroco built a fat first-half lead Friday night playing on the road at Sanford, but saw it cut in half when the Indians returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown. Soroco answered back in a big way.
It was a weekend of extremes for the Soroco High School volleyball team.
It's a slower weekend locally for high school sports teams. Several squads are off and others play on the road. Several big home volleyball games await in Hayden and Oak Creek, however.
The Steamboat Springs High School cross country team got off to a fast start Saturday at a Battle Mountain meet while Soroco's runners continued to put up excellent results.
The Soroco High School volleyball team cruised to a winning weekend Friday and Saturday, taking three of their four matches at a tournament in Rangely.
It's the first full weekend of high school sports of the fall season, and all the local teams will be in action.
Soroco went on the road to bulldoze Caprock Academy, taking the league victory in three sets.
Soroco High School football coach Dick Dudas acknowledged things could have gone better Saturday as his team opened its season on the road against Caliche. Things could have gone better, but not much, as the Rams rolled to a big victory.
Soroco football coach Dick Dudas has high hopes for his team as it starts its season this weekend with a trip to Caliche.
Lucy Shimek isn’t new to lacrosse, and it showed in her first season at Steamboat Springs High School. As a freshman this spring, Shimek earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Colorado High School Activities Association for her play with the Sailors girls lacrosse team.
Awards include teams and coach of the year for 2015-16
Soroco High School took home both male and female athlete of the year honors for Routt County.
There was disappointment, yes, but Soroco High School senior Eric Logan wasn’t sad about adding another state championship to his name.
Maybe Soroco High School junior Cassie Constine found out technique is overrated. After all, she broke her own school record Saturday in the Class 2A girls triple jump at the state meet in Lakewood and did it in unorthodox fashion.
Soroco senior Kali Constine had a rough day Thursday, the first of the state meet. She failed to record a mark in the 2A girls high jump, but found a way to redeem herself Friday.