Another week of prep sports is in the book, meaning we are that much closer to regional and state competition. Local high school teams had a mixed bag of results this weekend, with a lot of it going about as expected. Let’s take a look at all the action from Oct. 8 to Oct. 10 and see what stood out.
Soroco volleyball won at home Saturday, SSHS volleyball won on the road, Hayden volleyball competed in a tournament, and SSHS cross country got a taste of the regional course.
After giving up two first-half goals against Glenwood Springs on Saturday, Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer coach Rob Bohlmann wanted his team to tighten up on defense.
Steamboat Springs football lost 63-3 to one of 3A's top teams on Friday.
The Sailors played their most complete match of the season Thursday, bashing Battle Mountain, 25-23, 25-14, 25-17.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team will play Oct. 17 against Centaurus and Sailors’ coach Rob Bohlmann said the game offers a unique opportunity for the team, as it’s set to take place in Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, home of Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team plays at home at 6:30 p.m. Thursday against rival Battle Mountain.
It's another busy weekend for local prep sports, with all three football teams hosting games under the Friday night lights and SSHS tennis heading to regionals.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team went on the road Tuesday night to pick up a big league win, beating Summit, 1-0.
A rough first day of the Class 4A state golf championships ruined most of the chances the Steamboat Springs High School players had to challenge to win, but coach Andrew Donner said the team bounced back with a strong performance Tuesday to finish the tournament and the season on a high note.
Steamboat girls lacrosse coach Betsy Frick hopes the annual Chumash lacrosse tournament she's helped host the last several years can take off in the future.
Steamboat Springs High School has three seniors competing in the 4A state finale Monday and Tuesday, led by regional champion Britt Walton.
Big plays did the Steamboat Springs High School football team in on Saturday night during a road trip to play at Grand Junction Central.
21-0 win sets Steamboat team apart
The Steamboat Springs Middle School seventh-grade football team wrapped up an undefeated season with a 21-0 win against Craig on Saturday.
The Steamboat volleyball took care of business at home against Rifle, winning in three sets.