Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball closed out its regular season with a 19-point win over Eagle Valley Saturday. Up next is the district tournament.
A few Steamboat Springs High School ski team members returned from the state finals with top-10 finishes, including senior Peter White's back-to-back ski meister award.
Steamboat Springs High School hockey was humbled Friday night at undefeated and top-ranked Ralston Valley, falling 5-1.
It wasn't pretty, but Hayden High School boys basketball picked up its second win of the season Friday night, beating visiting Plateau Valley by seven points.
Hayden High School girls basketball couldn't overcome being shutout in the first quarter of Friday night's loss at home to Plateau Valley.
Hayden and Soroco High School boys and girls basketball all will at least get a taste at the postseason, but a few of the teams are well positioned to make runs at district championships.
Soroco High School boys basketball broke a two-game skid Friday night, easily handling visiting De Beque by 38 points to improve to 9-8 on the season.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball has its most wins in four years after beating Battle Mountain on the road by 16 on Thursday night.
Soroco High School boys basketball dropped a non-league contest Thursday night at Rangely. The Rams will be back in action at home Friday night against De Beque.
Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball picked up its eighth win of the season Thursday, beating Battle Mountain, 43-35.
With the regular season nearly wrapped up, Routt County winter sports playoff hopefuls are looking ahead to their prospects in the upcoming district tournaments.
A handful of Steamboat residents had premier finishes in the Feb. 1 Alley Loop Nordic Marathon at Crested Butte.
The Steamboat Springs High School Alpine and Nordic ski teams have wrapped up their final regular-season competitions of the season and now turn their attention to this week's state finals.
Yampatika's Environmental Literacy Program is being recognized by the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education with its Pre-K Elementary Education Award at a banquet next month in Denver.
The Denver Post's annual Ride the Rockies summer cycling event is making a two-day stop in Steamboat Springs on June 9 and 10.
See what some local athletes are achieving in their collegiate careers.
101st Winter Carnival example of town's charming reputation
The annual Winter Carnival that shuts down Steamboat's busiest street is about as good of a definition of "Steamboat charm" as one can find.
Soroco High School girls basketball won its 13th game of the season on Saturday, staving off a third-quarter comeback to beat West Grand, 64-47.
Hayden High School wrestlers took on their final tournament of the season Saturday before the regional tournament ramps up next weekend.
Soroco High School boys basketball was able to squeeze out a road victory Friday night at North Park, but the Rams couldn't make it two straight in Saturday afternoon's loss to West Grand.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball won its 12th game of the season Saturday, a 12-point victory against Delta, which beat the Sailors just a month ago.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team lost its fifth-straight game Saturday afternoon against Delta.
Steamboat Springs High School basketball picked up its 11th win on the season Friday night against Palisade behind senior Zach Dunklin's 27 points.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team was plagued by turnovers and untimely fouls, falling to Palisade on Friday night, 39-34.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team couldn't carry first-half momentum into the fourth quarter, falling at West Grand, 58-53.
Soroco High School girls basketball picked up its 12th win of the season Friday night at North Park, a 28-point blowout behind big nights from two freshmen.
Soda Creek Elementary School third, fourth and fifth graders performed their version of the Parade of Nations Thursday morning, a day before the 2014 Winter Olympics opening ceremony was set to begin.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboard team weathered a big snow storm to grab a few podium finishes at Sunday's USASA slopestyle event at Breckenridge.
The Steamboat Springs High School lacrosse season is less than three weeks away, and first-year head coach Jay Lattimore is focused on filling out his program's list of volunteers and coaches.
A group of Strawberry Park Elementary School teachers is asking the state historical fund for money to begin revitalizing the decades-old Fly Gulch Schoolhouse.
At North Routt Community Charter School, students are learning a little differently. Its 81 students are on "expeditions" and meeting state standards in ways not normally found on campuses nationwide.
Should the skies clear either Friday or Saturday night, astronomy buffs and ice art enthusiasts will have a chance to explore a CMC exhibit that is truly one of a kind.
The Steamboat Springs Middle School's math team found out its scores from a challenging test Monday, and one student earned his spot among the world's brightest.
Sonja Hinrichsen, a naturalist and snow artist, took a different approach to her Routt County project this year at Catamount Lake.
With a handful of riders in new slots, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club boardercross crew came away from Copper over the weekend with some positive results.
Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports hosted the second annual STARS & Stripes Heroes Camp at Steamboat Ski Area during the weekend for former military personnel, young and old.
There’s nothing quite like traversing the backcountry. It’s where skiers, riders, snowmobilers — you name it — can find Colorado’s freshest snow. But what makes backcountry powder so alluring also makes it the most dangerous snowpack in the world, CMC avalanche awareness and safety teacher Cody Perry says. There are steps to entering this uncharted terrain. Trip planning is key, and understanding the proper safety procedures is imperative when the worst happens — the avalanche. Perry led a group of a dozen CMC students through planning and practicing in the classroom and the field to prepare for when disaster strikes and the slides take hold.
Give Colorado Mountain College instructor Cody Perry just a few hours of your time, and you’ll never look at snow the same. I know I don’t.
While backcountry skiers and riders are asleep, dreaming of the powder they plan to rip the next day, Colorado Avalanche Information Center forecasters are walking through the office doors, ready to start the day.
Steamboat Springs High School hockey is now on a four-game winning streak after a dominating performance against visiting Mullen on Saturday afternoon.
Steamboat Springs High School wrestling won its home tournament Saturday, edging out second-place Hayden and third-place Glenwood Springs.
Hayden High School boys basketball wasn't able to finish off a three-quarter lead Friday night at Vail Christian. The Tigers lost, 58-49, to fall to 1-10 on the year.
Hayden High School girls basketball stole a key road win Friday night at Vail Christian, 42-38, thanks in large part to the Tigers' 17 made free throws.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team improved to 8-4-1 on the season with a 3-1 win against Battle Mountain at home Friday night. It was the Sailors' third-straight win.
More than 80 competitors took to Stagecoach Reservoir on Sunday for the third annual Steamboat Great Outdoors Ice Fishing Tournament.
South Routt School District staff and teachers are going to be switching things up a bit the next two Tuesdays, participating in wellness days in replacement of the usual staff development routine.
Hayden High School girls basketball again struggled Saturday in a 64-25 loss to Paonia, but it was a much-improved performance from Friday, Tigers coach Michelle Wilkie said.
Hayden High School boys basketball is starting to piece together the roster coach Mike Luppes would have loved to have seen a month ago, but things are slow going.
Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball improved to 8-3 with a 53-42 win against Battle Mountain on Saturday.
Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball is back in the win column after a 21-point win over league foe Battle Mountain on Saturday afternoon.