The frustrating thing for Taylor Gold is that he wasn’t even doing anything particularly dangerous.
The night Steamboat Springs snowboarder Arielle Gold won her first X Games medal is one she'll never forget. After several years of lackluster riding, she came into 2016 intent on getting back to that level.
It wasn’t that it was bad, Hayden High School girls basketball coach Michelle Wilkie said Saturday. It was just that, in a road game at West Grand, her team didn’t play as well as it had the night prior.
Jaelin Kauf had already put together a World Cup weekend she’d never forget, thanks to a strong finish Friday. Saturday, in dual moguls, she made it a little sweeter, placing third after finishing sixth on Friday in an individual moguls event.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team got up big in the first half and held on to win at North Park on Saturday, 67-50.
It was slow, frustrating and closer than previous results would indicate, but doing something as rare as the Soroco High School girls basketball team pulled off Saturday isn’t easy.
Steamboat snowboarder wins in Park City Grand Prix
Saturday, Matt Ladley showed his X Games gold was more than a lucky break. The Steamboat Springs rider continued the hottest streak of his career and rocketed to the top of the podium at a U.S. Grand Prix event in Park City, Utah.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team lost Friday night, 44-28, at home against North Park.
It wasn’t a win, not quite, but the way things have been going, Hayden High School girls coach Michelle Wilkie said she was happy to have it.
Soroco High School boys basketball coach Shawn Hayes said his team struggled to find its offensive rhythm Friday night.