The Steamboat boys lacrosse team celebrated senior night in a big way, knocking off Glenwood Springs, 17-1, Thursday night.
Baseball in Northwest Colorado means having to play in all kinds of weather, a fact both teams knew as Moffat County High School hosted Steamboat Springs Wednesday afternoon. What they didn’t expect was that the day would go so long. Steamboat took the game, 6-3, against MCHS in a game that lasted 10 innings and saw a small amount of snowfall as the Bulldogs and Sailors fought hard for nearly four hours.
Steamboat boys and girls lacrosse, as well as Sailors girls soccer are at home this weekend, while Steamboat tennis, baseball and track are all on the road. Soroco and Hayden track are also away.
9-0 run puts Steamboat on top of Grand Junction
The Steamboat boys lacrosse team trailed early, but ran of a 9-0 run to beat Grand Junction on Tuesday night in Steamboat.
The Soroco Rams track and field team had a busy weekend, competing in two different invitationals. The Steamboat and Hayden squads also saw some podium finishes in their meets.
The Sailors girls tennis team has an undefeated No. 1 singles player, Steamboat baseball's Jesse Pugh tosses seven scoreless innings and Steamboat-Battle Mountain soccer closes entertaining rivalry for the season.
Steamboat ended up in a 1-1 tie on a road trip against Centaurus. The win would have been sweet, but coach Rob Bohlmann said a draw wasn't too bad.
The Steamboat boys lacrosse team fell on the road Saturday, 13-4 at Cheyenne Mountain.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team opened its rare home doubleheader with a shutout win before getting shutout itself in Game 2 on Saturday versus Glenwood Springs.
A weekend packed with action on the Front Range had its up and downs for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team. The squad won a dual and lost one on Saturday.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team was downed Friday by Class 5A's undefeated Ralston Valley Mustangs, 6-1.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team couldn't keep pace with second-ranked Aspen Friday night.
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.