The Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski team got 2nd place overall out of its girls and 8th overall from the boys at Eagle Valley's qualifier at Cordillera.
Soroco basketball enjoys a huge weekend, Hayden boys and girls hoops score home wins and Sailors hockey sends its senior out with a win in the weekend prep sports roundup.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team lost a heartbreaker to a state championship-level Resurrection Christian squad Saturday night in the Sailors' final home game of the year.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team played as well as it has all season, but the Sailors ran into a buzz saw in visiting Palisade, the 4A Western Slope League leaders.
The Palisade High School boys basketball team came out firing against Steamboat Springs on Saturday, but the Sailors countered the Bulldogs' attack quickly, winning 55-47.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team was outgunned Friday night against a surging Eagle Valley squad.
The Sailors boys basketball team had little trouble with visiting Eagle Valley on Friday. Steamboat won, 70-35, and all 15 Sailors players saw valuable minutes.
The Soroco High School girls basketball team grabbed a wild win Friday night at Vail Christian, overcoming an 18-point first-quarter deficit to win, 67-66.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team handed league-leading Vail Christian its first conference loss of the season Friday night, 72-66.
Steamboat Springs High School hockey used a late push and hung on to down visiting Summit on Saturday, 4-2, for the Sailors' second win of the season.
Former Steamboat Springs High School basketball star Mike Vandahl is expanding his coaching venture into the youth realm, taking the reins of the new city youth recreational league this spring.
The Soroco High School girls basketball team is all about keeping things in perspective. This weekend is huge on the court, but it's the things off the court that are far more important to the Rams.
Steamboat Springs basketball gets back-to-back home games while the Sailors' hockey team closes out its home schedule. Hayden boys and girls basketball hosts De Beque then heads to Vail Christian. Steamboat and Soroco wrestling is a long way from home at the Valley Classic.
Steamboat's Garrett Bye nears triple-double, McKenzie Millard shines for Sailors skiing and area wrestlers look strong in tournaments in this weekend's high school sports weekend roundup.
One-third of the Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski team is brand new to the sport. They are learning under a first-year coach that was in their same shoes more than 10 years ago.
The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team again took the Carl Ramunno Invitational at home, using gold-medal performances from Hayden Johnson, Matthew Hansen, Colton Pasternak and Dylan Wallace.
The Sailors girls basketball team slumped to 4-9 overall after falling late to Summit on Friday night at home.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team used a combined 42 points out of captains Garrett Bye and Robi Powers to down the visiting Summit Tigers, 49-36.
A handful of Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls Alpine skiers qualified for the state championship slalom in their lone home event of the season on Friday at Howelsen Hill.
The town of Oak Creek has its new police chief after Ralph Maher was sworn in prior to Thursday night's Town Board meeting.
The Steamboat Springs High School Alpine ski team is hosting its only home race of the season on Friday, and the Sailors are hoping a little home-course magic gives them a leg up at Howelsen Hill.
Steamboat Springs basketball and hockey are again at home this weekend while Soroco and Hayden basketball hit the road. Steamboat wrestling hosts its annual Carl Ramunno Invitational and Sailors Nordic skiing will be in Minturn for the Maloit Park Invite.
Sailors wrestlers took on high-quality competition on the Front Range, Hayden High School wrestlers won all but one dual in Saturday's Highland Dual and Soroco's pair of athletes each saw the podium at Rangely.
Soroco basketball scores a pair of wins, Steamboat boys lose late to Glenwood and Sailors girls show some fight in this weekend's basketball-heavy prep sports roundup.
The annual Cowboy Downhill event at Steamboat Ski Area is back for its 41st running, a party event that brings together champion-level cowboys and skiing in one rowdy package.
Partners launches new programs in Hayden, South Routt
Partners in Routt County staff is implementing a new peer-mentor program at Hayden and South Routt designed to create leaders and bridge the gap between upperclassmen and younger students at both schools.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team saw plenty of improvements from last weekend's rough performances, but the Sailors ran into a powerhouse on Saturday against Glenwood Springs.
The Glenwood Springs High School boys basketball team came into Steamboat Springs' gym for the first time in more than two years and knocked off the Sailors in a game that wasn't decided until the final few minutes.
Steamboat Springs-Glenwood Springs boys basketball Round 1 is on Saturday. At stake is a chance to take the 4A Western Slope League lead, and the rivalry game will be in the Sailors' gym for the first time in more than two years.
Aspen High School senior Tyler Tick poured in a hat trick Wednesday night at Howelsen Ice Arena, subsequently downing the Steamboat Springs Sailors hockey team, 3-1.
Steamboat Springs High School wrestling took down Rifle but couldn't out-grapple Palisade Tuesday in a three-way meet.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls Nordic team once again showed well, this time getting third at Eldora. The boys improved one place and took eighth.
A pair of Hayden High School wrestlers showed well at the Tournament of Champions in Utah, and Steamboat Springs wrestling grabbed third as a team at Eagle Valley.
Steamboat Springs hockey picked up its first win, Hayden wrestling pair shows well at big tourney and Sailors boys basketball takes care of business on the road in the weekend roundup.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team struggled to keep up with visiting Vail Christian and the Saints' stud senior Saturday night, losing by 24 points.
The Vail Christian High School girls basketball team got its first win at Hayden on Saturday afternoon, outlasting the Tigers, 40-25.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team got overwhelmed Friday at Palisade, losing by 36 points.
Steamboat Springs High School junior Robi Powers scored a team-high 18 points and locked down Palisade's best player in the Sailors' important road win over the Bulldogs.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team couldn't snag its first win Friday night at home against Battle Mountain, falling in a final-period heartbreaker.
Fourteen-year-old Avery Harrington paced all Steamboat Springs Swim Team swimmers at last weekend's MACS Winter Invitational with six first-place finishes.
Stagestop 1 LLC, the owner of the building at 100 W. Main St. in downtown Oak Creek, got Town Board approval Thursday night to lease out its small storefront as a recreational marijuana retail shop. It will be Oak Creek's first retail marijuana store.
Former Steamboat Springs youth hockey player Andrew Farny has spent nearly his entire life chasing a hockey career. These days, he's playing in the British Columbia Hockey League and will be an Air Force Falcon soon.
Hayden and Soroco High School boys and girls basketball will renew their annual league rivalry on Friday night in Oak Creek in our game of the week.
Yampa's historic 109-year-old Royal Hotel caught fire late Saturday night and burned to the ground by Sunday morning. Firefighters still were on scene Sunday working to extinguish the blaze that may have been caused by a malfunctioning coal stoker.
Year 2014 saw several Steamboat athletes head to the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and had the town already looking toward the USA Pro Challenge in August 2015 when Steamboat was announced as the host of the first two stages of the race. Here are the Steamboat Pilot & Today's top 10 sports stories of 2014.
The Ski Town USA Freestyle competition kicked off on Saturday with the first of two singles moguls events. All but one Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athlete advanced to the afternoon finals.
It took some extra man hours to prep the course through sub-zero temperatures this week, but the Ski Town USA Freestyle skiing competition at the ski area's Voo Doo run is finally a full go for this weekend.
Looking for a quick break from the cold days on the slopes? Yampa Valley fishing doesn't get lost after the summer season. Colder winter water makes local species lethargic, and your biggest catch yet could come in the next few months.
The South Routt School District is saying "thank you" to its residents for renewing more than $350,000 annually in property taxes on the November ballot that go directly to schools and students.
The Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports development racing team is in its second season, but this year has been a big growth spurt for the program, jumping from five skiers last year to 10 this winter with more growth on the way.