No one’s been quite as successful as Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club moguls skier Kenzie Radway was earlier this month at a trio of freestyle skiing events in Telluride, but she's only one of the local freestyle skiers to put up big results recently.
The U.S. skiers couldn't ski with the top competitors Sunday in a team relay event at the World Ski Championships in Lahti, Finland.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team pulled off one eye-popping upset this weekend. It couldn't manage a second, however, and with a 3-1 loss to Cherry Creek, the No. 3 seed in the state's high school hockey tournament, the Sailors ended their season.
A strong season ended in disappointment Saturday for the Soroco High School girls basketball team.
At its best, ski jumping feels like flight, and Jan. 21, Steamboat Springs Nordic combined skier Ben Berend flew.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team was 0-2 this season against Fort Collins, its Friday night playoff opponent. The Sailors won the one that mattered 3-2 to advance to the state quarterfinals.
The season now rests on one game for the Soroco High School girls basketball team.
A fall late in the race cost Bryan Fletcher a top-10 finish, but a strong jump and a fast cross-country skiing race still had him in contention for a medal midway through Friday's Nordic World Ski Championships Nordic combined opener.
After rolling by Hayden, Soroco's headed to the district semifinals and a rematch with Meeker, which, with its tall roster, gave the Rams all they wanted in the teams' last meeting.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic skiing program put 15 athletes onto the region’s Junior Nationals team, and they’ll compete next month in Lake Placid, New York.