The Sailors boys lacrosse team bounced back with an 18-3 thrashing of the Vail Mountain Gore Rangers Friday night.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team is set to host a very rare early April doubleheader this Saturday, but the spring storm that rolled through is putting the games in jeopardy.
This weekend, Steamboat boys lacrosse hits the road looking for a rebound win, tennis battles along the Front Range, track is in Garfield County and Sailors soccer is itching for win No. 9.
The Sailors couldn’t keep pace with the Skiers on Tuesday and fell on the road, losing at Aspen, 15-8.
Battle Mountain got three goals on rebounded shots en route to a 4-2 win
Battle Mountain beat out Steamboat on Tuesday night, 4-2.
All three Routt County high schools were represented at Saturday's Eagle Valley Track and Field Invitational. Hayden's Jack Redmond and Soroco's Ben Kelley each brought home gold medals.
Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse blasts Fruita, Sailors girls soccer sets up round two with Battle Mountain and Steamboat girls tennis is cruising in this week's prep sports roundup.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team knocked off previously undefeated Lakewood at home on Saturday, 5-2.
All it took was one swing of Natalie Bohlmann's powerful right leg to net the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team a league win over visiting Palisade on Saturday.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team blasted visiting Fruita Monument on Saturday, rejuvenating the Sailors' sideline after Thursday's narrow win.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team won all seven matches against Vail Mountain on Friday and now plays at home again Saturday against Lakewood.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team gave visiting Eagle Valley a tight game, but in the end, Devils sophomore Lindsay Martinez's seven goals made the difference.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team bounced back from an overtime loss to cruise against Summit on Thursday night, going on the road to beat the Tigers 5-0.
The Summit Tigers made Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse sweat a bit Thursday night at Gardner Field, but the Sailors hung on late for the 8-7 conference win.
Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis gets its first and last shot to play at home this weekend, and the Sailors are approaching the matches with regional and state bids in mind.