Stepbrothers Ben James and Cruz Archuleta have both managed to help the Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team reach the postseason, which begins today. They've done so in entirely different ways.
For the first time since 2009, the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ soccer team will host a playoff game at Gardner Field.
The Steamboat volleyball team won easily Saturday in Rifle, adding even greater weight to two huge matches that will close the regular season. The first is Tuesday at home against Summit.
Steamboat Springs is sending seven and the Soroco team two as Routt County’s high school cross county teams shined bright enough Friday at the regional cross country meet in Delta to qualify nine local athletes to next weekend’s state championship cross country meet.
Ranked No. 4 in Class 3A with only one loss, everyone already knew the Rifle High School football team was better than Steamboat Springs. So, Rifle’s 41-0 win on Friday at Gardner Field wasn’t surprising.
A 3-1 loss on the road at Battle Mountain has the Steamboat Springs boy soccer team banking on getting a wildcard bid to the playoffs.
After the Devils won, 3-1, in Steamboat Springs on Sept. 24, the Sailors returned the favor Thursday night in Gypsum, defeating the Devils in five, 27-25, 24-26, 25-21, 20-25, 15-12.
If the Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team could have one half of soccer back, it would no doubt be the first 40 minutes of its 6-4 loss at home to Battle Mountain on Sept. 8.
The Steamboat volleyball team plays on the road Thursday night against Eagle Valley, one of the marquee games in what is one of the last weekends of fall regular season high school sports action.
Steamboat Springs tennis players Matt White and Joe Borgerding may not have achieved what they wanted at the state tennis tournament, but they did achieve something interesting: they played more actual tennis than nearly any other singles player our doubles team.
This wasn’t the best of weeks for Routt County sports. There were strong performances and near upsets, but there were also a few missed opportunities. At least none of the losses look to be crippling, and this week will provide everyone a chance at redemption with most regionals only a week or so off.
The Steamboat Springs High School cross country team had one final chance to fine tune a few things before regionals when it competed at the Rifle Invitational on Thursday, held at the Rifle Creek Golf Course.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys' soccer team won 1-0 in a game played at Dick's Sporting Goods Park on Saturday.
As it turned out, the highlight for the Steamboat Springs High School boys tennis team came the day before the final day of the state tournament, rather than on it.
The Steamboat volleyball team entered Saturday alone atop the Western Slope League, but Delta threw all that into disarray with a 25-19, 25-20, 25-23 victory.