Soroco, Steamboat track teams score wins
It wasn’t the spots in which his team placed this weekend that had Hayden High School track and field coach Pat Moore excited as he considered his track team heading into the final stretch of the season.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team is in the midst of the best season in the history of the program, and Thursday, the team’s aptitude paid off in a way it rarely has in the past for the Sailors.
Now the wait begins for the Steamboat Springs High School tennis team.
They were close yet again, just short, but Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse coach Jay Lattimore said he didn’t have any problems finding the positives in his team’s loss on the road at Cheyenne Mountain.
It’s not that winning a best-of-three sets tennis match in three sets is impossible. It’s that, especially after losing the first set, it can feel that way.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team flew to new heights Saturday.
Steamboat came within two seconds of a draw Friday night on the road against rival Battle Mountain.
The big events like the Junior National Championships and the Junior World Championships had come and gone for local Nordic combined skiers, but one event remained.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team is working on one of the best seasons of its existence, and it took another step Thursday evening, going on the road to beat Summit, 17-12.
Sailors win first game 17-13, Bulldogs come back to take second 5-1
The Highway 40 rivalry continued anew Thursday night on the home diamond of Moffat County High School as the Steamboat Springs Sailors came to play, but a doubleheader between the blue and red saw each team earn both a win and a loss — Sailors winning 17-13 and Moffat County 5-1.
When the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team bears down, it can be quite effective. That’s one thing Eagle Valley coach Boomer Devlin took away from his team’s trip to Steamboat on Thursday.
A loss Monday pushed the Steamboat Springs girls soccer team into what's new territory for the program — an extend losing streak.
The warm weather that has defined the past month in Routt County may have tortured skiers, but it delivered some big-time benefits to the local high school track teams. The Soroco, Steamboat and Hayden teams all had strong results from a weekend meet at Eagle Valley.
Maddie Thompson was, in the words of her coach, “a solid rock,” and that helped her to a second-place finish Saturday at a girls tennis tournament at Longmont High School.
It wasn’t quite a weekend sweep for the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team, but it was close, and that had coach Betsy Frick positively thrilled about her team.