Steamboat Springs will host Battle Mountain on Friday at 7 p.m. in its first home game at Gardner Field. Both teams enter the week with a 1-1 record.
The Soroco volleyball and football teams face tough opponents at home on Friday, two of the highlights to the weekend of local high school sports action.
Steamboat got a late goal from Cruz Archuleta to beat Summit at home on Tuesday night, 2-1.
Powered by another stellar performance from its girls, the Steamboat Springs High School cross country team ran to good results at a meet Friday in Littleton.
The Sailors' soccer team beat Delta 1-0 on Saturday, while Soroco volleyball rolled over Plateau Valley.
There were no scary moments for the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team, which easily defeated Grand Junction Central in three games Friday, 25-18, 25-8, 25-13.
The Sailors knocked off Aspen 7-6 on Friday, helping erase memories of their Zero Week loss at Moffat County.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team won on the road Friday night, beating Palisade 6-1.
Less than a month from now, the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ tennis team will see Aspen at regionals, and both could look a lot different than they did Friday. But until then, the Sailors can go forward knowing they got the best of them in their first home matches of the season.
A match-up with Yampa Valley rivals is always an exciting one for the Moffat County High School sports, and Thursday’s volleyball varsity game against Steamboat Springs was no exception. The Sailors topped the Lady Bulldogs in three straight sets, 25-16, 25-13, 25-18 to start Moffat County’s regular season.
Jack Burger, the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ tennis coach, remembers fondly what it was like to play in a Sailors’ home match. A 2011 SSHS graduate, Burger will have the chance to re-live some of that excitement Friday, only this time without a racket in hand.
Local preps teams start to get into the regular season schedule this weekend as most teams take to the road. Tough trips await the Steamboat and Hayden football teams while Soroco's squad hopes to take care of business against Plateau Valley.
Battle Mountain’s dynamic first half outweighed Steamboat Springs’ dramatic turnaround Tuesday night as the Huskies won on the road to even things up in the Western Slope league, 6-4.
The Steamboat Springs cross country team is bursting as the seams with more than 40 runners on the team this fall. The squad started its season last week with a trip to a Front Range meet.
The Sailors defeated Denver Christian and Pagosa Springs on Saturday for their first title of the season.