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.
The Soroco High School girls team is one win away from a second-consecutive championship in the Western Slope Gore league after a lopsided win at home Friday against DeBeque.
The leaders of the Steamboat Springs High School cheerleading squad readily admit it hasn’t exactly been an easy year. The team has lost five cheerleaders to injuries.
It's not always easy keeping up with the team when you're a Denver Broncos fan competing on the World Cup skiing circuit, but for those who bleed Orange and Blue, there's no option but to find a way to watch the game.
A bobble in the bumps cost Steamboat Springs moguls skier Jaelin Kauf a great chance to win or podium at a World Cup event, but Thursday still marked a huge night for the Steamboat Springs teenager.
Both the Hayden and Soroco high school wrestling teams have strong wrestlers, but the two teams’ Thursday night clash in a triangular didn’t yield much of a matchup. The two teams matched up at just a single weight class. Fortunately for the gathered fans, it was a good one.
It’s on to the next round for a pair of torrid Steamboat Springs snowboarders. Matt Ladley and Arielle Gold both advanced from the qualification round in the snowboard halfpipe competition at a U.S. Grand Prix event Thursday in Park City, Utah.
It’s been a frustrating year of starts and stops for the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team members, but Bryan Fletcher said he was happy with his best performance of the season last weekend in Austria.
A college scholarship to play football wasn’t off the table for Steamboat Springs High School senior Zach Holm. He looked at NCAA Division 2 schools, for instance, and some schools expressed their interest. He dreams of a bigger stage, however, and that’s what led him to University of Wyoming.
Steamboat Springs ultra-marathon runner Avery Collins said the pain of a long race helps motivate him. He found plenty of motivation last month in a 100-mile race in Hawaii.
Weather conspired to prevent what could have been the best lines and the biggest jumps from Saturday’s International Freeskiing and Snowboard Association big mountain ski event at Steamboat Ski Area, but scores of young skiers still took advantage of a rare opportunity on local terrain, and local skiers came away with some top finishes.
Arielle Gold laid down her best run on her first try, avoiding the pitfalls of another snowy day in Aspen and paving the way for her best-ever finish at the X Games, second.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club is past the big anniversary and is 102 years old this winter. Could there be a more boring birthday? It’s not like those exciting ones of younger years, the “maybe this will work” anniversary at 10 years old, the 21-year anniversary, when the club was first allowed to drink, or 50, the golden anniversary.
It wasn’t pretty, but it was an important win Saturday for the Soroco High School boys basketball team.
The Soroco High School girls basketball team bounced back from its only league loss of the season in a big way on Saturday.
Steamboat Springs snowboarders went big and took advantage of the conditions when others couldn't. It added up to the a career-defining win, gold at the X Games in Aspen.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team took care of business Friday, going on the road to beat a struggling Chatfield squad, 8-0.
Steamboat Springs is known for a lot of things when it comes to skiing — Olympians, trees, powder — but steep, big-mountain terrain is not on the list. It hasn’t necessarily always been that way, however, and Saturday, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club big mountain freeskiing team hopes to help change that attitude.
An untimely bout of food poisoning and a lingering injury combined to deprive the Steamboat Springs High School Alpine ski team of several of its fastest athletes Thursday, but coach Mike Farny said the team still have a strong meet racing giant slalom at Winter Park.
A difficult-to-comprehend game was capped by a difficult-to-comprehend ending Thursday in Oak Creek, but the result was a huge win for the Soroco boys basketball team.
Their backs firmly against the wall, at least concerning league championship considerations, the Vail Christian High School girls basketball team slapped Soroco with its first Class 2A loss of the season Thursday.
Emily Lovett said she didn’t know what to expect Sunday morning when she checked in for an icy cold start to a 30-kilometer classic skiing Nordic race at the Stagecoach Classic in Grand County.
Kenzie Radway helped lead the way for Steamboat Springs skiers at a Rocky Mountain Division freestyle skiiing moguls competition last weekend in Vail.
Liam Baxter landed a trick he never had before, and last weekend, that put him on the podium at a competition in Breckenridge.
Back in competition, the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team came away with middle-of-the-road results, setting up a big weekend for American skiers in Austria.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team gave nearly everything a fan or a coach could ask for Tuesday night, playing at home against Rifle.
The Soroco High School girls had little trouble getting past North Park Tuesday night at home, and now, the Rams are eager for their two biggest remaining tests of the regular season.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team saw a fat first-quarter lead disappear in the opening moments of the second. North Park, visiting Oak Creek Tuesday night, scored eight consecutive points to take the lead.
The Rifle High School girls basketball team got the run it needed midway through the third quarter. In the span of about two minutes, the Bears turned a tight, two-point lead into a comfortable 12-point advantage and that, seemingly, was that.
After being left off the X Games roster a year ago, Steamboat Springs snowboarder Matt Ladley is thrilled to be back at the massive ESPN winter sports events.
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Nik Baden capped a strong weekend at a Grand Prix event at Mammoth Mountain resort in California with a seventh-place finish in the slopestyle competition Saturday.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team couldn’t maintain it’s momentum Friday. The squad lost on the road, 45-41, against Summit.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team turned a strong start into a big win Saturday. After a huge first quarter, the Rams cruised to a 69-39 win against Lake County.
The fun part about a high school alpine ski race, in Steamboat Springs High School coach Mike Farny's eyes, is that it's really two races.
Saturday’s home game against Lake County didn’t offer the girls team much of a tune up. The Rams won big.
University of Colorado skier Tonje Healey Trulsrud had only been to the United States once before starting her freshman season skiing with the Buffaloes, so this fall and winter, there was a lot to adapt to.
Senior forward Zach Holm had two foul shots with no time on the clock in a tie game. He may have stopped some hearts when he missed the first, but he brought them all back beating strong when he nailed the second, giving the Sailors a 52-51 win on the road.
Hundreds of NCAA skiers began a weekend of competition in Steamboat on Friday with a slalom race at Howelsen Hill. The event, with Nordic and Alpine races, is somewhat a preview for the NCAA National Championships, which will return to town in March.
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Nik Baden cruised into the finals of a U.S. Grand Prix snowboarding slopestyle event Thursday at Mammoth Mountain, California.
Steamboat Springs will be playing host to more than 400 skiers this weekend as collegiate Nordic and Alpine skiers and young Nordic combined jumpers all converge for events Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club skiers got the chance to let loose this week during a trip to Aspen. That’s not to say they got crazy in the ski town, but that they flew down its slopes, competing in four speed events, two downhill and two super-G races.
Steamboat’s young bump skiers got their season started with some strong results last weekend at an event in Telluride.
A pair of Steamboat Springs girls hockey teams came away from a weekend tournament in Vail with championships, capping strong play through the weekend with clutch performances in Monday’s title games.
Steamboat knocks off Battle Mountain, 43-34
A lot can change in a month. That’s not exactly news, of course, but it’s become a welcome fact for the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team, which Tuesday night defended its home court to beat Battle Mountain, 43-34.
The Huskies broke up a tie game with one short, furious fourth-quarter burst. Steamboat never found a response, and Battle Mountain came away on top of the Western Slope clash, 51-45.
David Bruner has seen plenty of basketball in his eight years as the coach of the Soroco girls program, but he said Monday’s game at Gilpin County stood out.
It still wasn’t a win, but it was better, Hayden High School boys basketball coach Gerard Geis said Saturday after his team’s 54-31 loss on the road at North Park.
Club snowboarders shine in Race to the Cup event
It’s not every day an athlete admits to harboring “just happy to be here” ideas about any particular race or game. Cody Winters wasn’t shy about it Saturday afternoon, however.