The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team won at home against Mullen on Friday night, 8-0.
The Sailors boys Alpine skiing team is deep, and it showed again Friday, racing at Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs, that it's also fast.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball coach Michael Vandahl said his team is coming together.
Steamboat managed to put its doubt out if its mind, and just in time. The Sailors got two late-game 3-point shots, then took advantage of several key free throws to edge out Summit in overtime, 44-40, Thursday.
Wednesday win over Summit improves Steamboat to 11-4 overall with three games remaining in the regular season. Next, Mullen (3-11-1) comes to the Yampa Valley for a 6:30 p.m. game Friday
The Steamboat Springs High School Alpine skiing team has its only home meet of the season Friday, and there will be plenty of excitement for local fans, with one local girl and a handful of local boys having great chances to win the slalom race on Howelsen Hill.
Wrestling teams hope to prove regional ready
Local high school wrestling teams are headed for the regional tournament, while Steamboat and Soroco basketball teams will play their final home games of the regular season this weekend, saying farewell to some very successful senior classes.
Raya Duryea pretty much sent Steamboat Springs girls basketball to the district tournament Tuesday night.
The Sailors proved themselves to be road warriors again, knocking off Battle Mountain, 65-47, in Edwards for an Eagle County sweep in 2016.
Hayden and Soroco both go to Grand Junction for their regional, while Steamboat heads to Montrose. Regional action gets underway late Friday afternoon and will conclude Saturday.
Steamboat’s league will look a lot different from recent years, but with some familiarity as well. Currently dubbed “Conference F,” the Sailors will play in a league with Aspen, Basalt, Coal Ridge, Roaring Fork and Moffat County.
The Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski team competed Saturday at The Club at Cordillera in a three-kilometer mass start classic and pursuit skate race, hosted by Eagle Valley High School.
Offensively speaking, this season has been a mighty struggle for the Steamboat Springs High School girls’ basketball team. But against visiting Delta on Saturday, the Sailors showed more patience than usual, and it paid off in a big way.
It’s been such a struggle at home for the Sailors that Saturday’s 53-45 win against Delta was the first in Steamboat since the team beat Moffat County Dec. 11. Saturday's win snapped a streak of five-straight home losses.
Steamboat Springs High School beat Battle Mountain 7-1 Friday at Howelsen Ice Arena. The Sailors are now 10-4 this season.