The Soroco, Hayden and Steamboat wrestling teams are striving to be in their best form as the regional tournaments approach.
Mike Farny said he almost didn’t realize what he was walking in on when he took over as the head coach of the Steamboat Springs High School Alpine skiing team a year ago.
The most frustrating part of wrestling meets these days for Steamboat Springs High School coach Travis Bryant is the fact that they’re only about half what he thinks they should be for his team.
Things didn’t start great, but they certainly ended that way Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team.
The days, times and locations for the Steamboat Springs High School basketball teams' games against Glenwood Springs have been flipped to accommodate both finals testing in Glenwood and the Snowcoming activities and dance in Steamboat Springs.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team didn’t exactly slam the door on Battle Mountain Tuesday night. The Sailors kept missing important free throws in the game’s waning seconds, and the Huskies kept missing woulda-coulda-shoulda essential shots.
Midway through the second quarter the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team Battle Mountain seemed to be on track for a tough game.
It wasn't the best of weekends for the Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls basketball teams.
The Steamboat Springs High school hockey team was at its best when it mattered most, allowing the Sailors to squeeze by Aspen.
High school sports will charge back on to the scene this weekend. Soroco and Hayden both will play host to home basketball games on Friday night while the Steamboat Springs High School hockey team has a pair of home games on tap.
Steamboat gymnast makes cut with Michigan program
Steamboat's Cole Gibbs thought he was ready to retire from gymnastics when he left to attend college at University of Michigan. Instead, he was just getting started with a new era in the sport.
Hayden, Soroco roll at West Grand while Steamboat fights in Grand Junction
They didn’t come home with a heap of medals, but coach Travis Bryant said his Steamboat Springs High School wrestlers did bring home plenty of lessons from one of the toughest events on their schedule, Saturday’s Warrior Classic tournament in Grand Junction.
The Moffat County High School girls basketball team knocked off Steamboat on Friday night, 48-26, in Craig.
The pieces are there, Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball coach Michael Vandahl said, and that has him excited for his team’s prospects after the looming winter break.
Sailor boys top Bulldogs, MCHS girls trounce 0-6 rivals
For one Bulldog team, Friday night saw them face a foe they hadn’t met at the varsity level in four years, while the other was looking to avenge a loss from just one week before, but both rivalry matches between Moffat County High School and Steamboat Springs were packed with energy. MCHS girls won a showdown with the Sailors, 48-26, while the Steamboat boys took a 64-48 victory against Moffat County during games in Craig.