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.
The leaders of the Steamboat Springs High School cheerleading squad readily admit it hasn’t exactly been an easy year. The team has lost five cheerleaders to injuries.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team hosts Battle Mountain at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Howelsen Ice Arena.
The weekend gets going Thursday when Hayden wrestling hosts Soroco and West Grand for a triangular. All six Routt County basketball teams also have home games either Friday or Saturday.
A college scholarship to play football wasn’t off the table for Steamboat Springs High School senior Zach Holm. He looked at NCAA Division 2 schools, for instance, and some schools expressed their interest. He dreams of a bigger stage, however, and that’s what led him to University of Wyoming.
Saturday at the Boulder Valley Ice Arena, No. 7 Steamboat Springs came up on the short end of the stick in an 8-0 loss to the Coyotes (11-0). It was the first time the Sailors have been shut out this season.
The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team traveled to Gilcrest on Saturday to compete in the Valley Viking Invitational, hosted by Valley High School.
Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski coach Harry Niedl set goals for his athletes heading into Saturday’s lone home meet of the season, a five-kilometer individual start classic race at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center. Not only did the skiers meet those goals, but, led by senior Natalie Bohlmann, they managed to far exceed them.
The Sailors are currently riding a four-game win streak on the road, while they have now lost five straight at home following Saturday’s 60-50 loss to Palisade at the Kelly Meek gymnasium.
Scrappy until the end, SSHS fell short of Palisade on Saturday, 45-20. Miscues on the offensive end derailed what was otherwise a strong performance.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team took care of business Friday, going on the road to beat a struggling Chatfield squad, 8-0.