The Tigers lost the first set, 25-6. They were much better in the next two and while they still rolled out of the state on the other side of a three-set sweep, coach Dayna Hunter said the team played well.
Norwood showed why it’s considered one of the top teams in the state Saturday, scoring early and often to knock off Soroco in 8-man football and stay undefeated, 53-0.
The Sailors came away satisfied from their final home match of the season, but not the way it’d seem as they won one matchup in dominating fashion, 6-1, against Evergreen, and lost another decisively, 7-0, against Kent Denver.
It was closer, but the end result was the same. Hayden and Soroco battled in volleyball on Friday, and the Rams emerged on top.
Rangely overcame an injury to one of its best players Friday night, and despite a crazy fourth-quarter goal line stand and easily their best performance of the season, the Hayden Tigers couldn’t do the same.
The Hayden vs. Soroco volleyball rematch highlights weekend games around Routt County.
Steamboat held off Eagle Valley on Tuesday, winning at home, 2-0.
Koby Vargas was 23rd in the varsity race for Steamboat Springs’ high school mountain bike team Sunday, leading the way for the local riders at a Leadville competition.
One Rabbit won: Hundreds find out a lot can happen during Steamboat's 100-mile Run, Rabbit Run ultramarathon
Nearly 250 runners took to the trails above Steamboat Springs last weekend for the annual Run, Rabbit Run trail ultramarathon, and each had a different story to tell when, or if, they emerged back at the finish line in Gondola Square at the base of Steamboat Ski Area.
Hayden beat Vail Mountain Tuesday, 25-15, 25-22, 25-18, winning for the third time in four matches, and the Tigers did it without their best player.