The Soroco boys lost in the first round of Meeker's Cowboy Shoot-Out in overtime, 63-57.
The Soroco High School wrestling program will play host to nine teams Saturday, an important tournament for wrestling in the region, according to Rams coach Jay Whaley.
It was a dominating performance Tuesday night at home for the Soroco High School girls basketball team.
Soroco High School girls basketball is 2-1 after a 23-point win against Rangely on Saturday afternoon at the Meeker Shoot-Out. A hot-shooting second half and a stifling defense proved to be key in the Rams' win.
Soroco scored 19-unanswered points in Friday's game against Meeker, but it wasn't enough to give the Rams the win.
Injuries and foul trouble threatened to spoil Soroco High School girls basketball's first game of the season, but a bench full of freshmen and sophomores stepped up and got the Rams an overtime win on the road.
Routt County high school sports kick into gear this weekend as teams head for tournaments and other action.
The wrestling teams of Routt County high schools don’t return with all the experience that they have had in past years, but coaches of the tree area teams are excited and confident nonetheless.
Soroco High School boys basketball graduated three starters from last year's improved squad, but returning pieces could spell further improvement for the Rams.
Proposed changes to high school football alignment could mean extra-long road trips for Hayden and Soroco, and the loss of a rival for Steamboat Springs.
Soroco High School girls basketball returns just one senior, but its core group of leaders and scorers is back. Leadership isn't the question. Whether or not the team can contend with league powers is.
The fall high school sports season in Routt County didn’t result in any long playoff pushes, but it did yield plenty of awards for area players. Steamboat Springs, Hayden and Soroco high school athletes littered all-conference lists.
The Soroco High School football team lost Friday night in a cross-divisional game, the Rams’ season ending with a 50-8 defeat on the road against Simla.
The season is ending quickly for area fall sports teams. The Hayden football and volleyball squads, the Soroco volleyball team and the Steamboat soccer, cross-country and tennis teams have wrapped up competition. Now, the teams still battling face a weekend of tall tasks.
The Soroco High School volleyball team lost on Saturday, unable to duplicate a win against North Park from earlier in the season.