The Hayden High School football team turned the ball over on the opening kickoff, and after West Grand scored and kicked the ball back to the Tigers, the pattern repeated itself, with another turnover and score.
After three years finishing second to rival Aspen, Steamboat climbed back to that top step, Friday, going head to head with Aspen to win regionals once again.
The Sailors played their most complete match of the season Thursday, bashing Battle Mountain, 25-23, 25-14, 25-17.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team plays at home at 6:30 p.m. Thursday against rival Battle Mountain.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team went on the road Tuesday night to pick up a big league win, beating Summit, 1-0.
It wasn’t the result they wanted, Soroco High School girls volleyball coach Jeannie Jo Logan said Tuesday night, but it was a good night nonetheless as her team lost a tight one on the road in North Park, falling in five sets.
A rough first day of the Class 4A state golf championships ruined most of the chances the Steamboat Springs High School players had to challenge to win, but coach Andrew Donner said the team bounced back with a strong performance Tuesday to finish the tournament and the season on a high note.
Steamboat girls lacrosse coach Betsy Frick hopes the annual Chumash lacrosse tournament she's helped host the last several years can take off in the future.
Big plays did the Steamboat Springs High School football team in on Saturday night during a road trip to play at Grand Junction Central.
21-0 win sets Steamboat team apart
The Steamboat Springs Middle School seventh-grade football team wrapped up an undefeated season with a 21-0 win against Craig on Saturday.
The Steamboat volleyball took care of business at home against Rifle, winning in three sets.
They had the lead early, but mistakes took a toll Friday night for the Tigers as the Hayden High School football team traveled to Rangely for a game, losing 32-8.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team was happy that when action finally wrapped up Thursday night playing on the road at Summit, the Sailors had emerged with a victory.
For top young skiers, the season never really ends. As a part of their ramp up to the coming racing season, a group of Steamboat athletes recently traveled to Colorado Springs.
Soroco and Hayden clash again Friday night in volleyball, one of the highlights of this weekend's high school sports schedule.
The Soroco High School volleyball team couldn't do much to stop visiting Vail Christian on Tuesday.
The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team recorded its top result of the season on Sunday, cruising to a second-place finish in the Haymaker Classic race in Eagle.
The Steamboat Junior PGA golf team finally had its season end last weekend in Oklahoma, but the trip had no shortage of highlights for the young athletes involved.
The Steamboat Bike Park celebrates its closing weekend with a Saturday downhill race.
Eagle Valley managed long serving stretches and found floor-splintering kills in the key moments to beat Steamboat on Thursday night, 25-21, 16-25, 25-23, 25-18.
Games this weekend offer a big opportunity for teams that have struggled so far this fall, like the Hayden football and volleyball squads, which both hit the road. Soroco, meanwhile, has a big volleyball match and some tough action for its cross country team.
Steamboat volleyball blows by Moffat
No offense to the Bulldogs, but it wasn’t just the legendary Steamboat Springs vs. Moffat County rivalry that had the Sailors literally counting down the days to Tuesday’s night volleyball match in Steamboat.
Walton wins regional as Sailors settle for second
At the Class 4A golf regional at Haymaker Golf Course, 18 holes wasn't enough to settle who was first as Steamboat and Durango ended up tied.
Hundreds tackle Run, Rabbit Run ultra-marathon
Even for those brave and fit enough to try it, running a 100-mile race is no small feat, and Friday and Saturday, hundreds put themselves to the test in Steamboat Springs.
The news has been good and bad for Steamboat Springs professional cyclist Amy Charity, who was selected to race in the Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia.
Step 1 of suing the International Olympic Committee was a success for Steamboat Springs Olympic snowboarder Justin Reiter, according to an email from his lawyer, Filippo Marchino.
It wasn’t pretty from any angle, but the Steamboat Springs High School football team got a standout night from its defense and from do-everything senior Joe DeLine on Friday, and that, along with five turnovers, was enough for the Sailors to pull out a victory at home, beating Battle Mountain 14-10.
Nine years ago Fred Abramowitz helped start the Run, Rabbit Run trail ultra-marathon in Steamboat Springs, and four years ago, he helped add a 100-mile distance to the event. For the first time this year, he plans on racing it.
One of the premier ultra-marathon runners in the world, Run, Rabbit Run 100-mile race champ Nikki Kimball took time before this weekend's big event to log some laps with local girls.
The Soroco volleyball and football teams face tough opponents at home on Friday, two of the highlights to the weekend of local high school sports action.
The Soroco High School volleyball team kept its strong start to the season rolling with a three-game victory against Vail Mountain.
Steamboat got a late goal from Cruz Archuleta to beat Summit at home on Tuesday night, 2-1.
Chloe Veilleux and Ben Kelley both ran strong races, leading the way for the Soroco High School cross country team Sept. 5 at a meet at Battle Mountain and now the team is preparing for a trip Friday to race at Eagle Valley.
The Soroco High School girls volleyball team hopes it sent a big message Friday night. It certainly made believers out of many fans gathered in Hayden as the Rams took on their cross-county rival Tigers.
The Hayden and Soroco volleyball teams will battle Friday at 6 p.m. in Hayden.
Local preps teams start to get into the regular season schedule this weekend as most teams take to the road. Tough trips await the Steamboat and Hayden football teams while Soroco's squad hopes to take care of business against Plateau Valley.
The Steamboat Springs cross country team is bursting as the seams with more than 40 runners on the team this fall. The squad started its season last week with a trip to a Front Range meet.
The Steamboat Stage Race has mostly been an individual affair, but this weekend, riders who had some help were able to take advantage.
Tyler Orchard knows what a bad day of rodeo in Steamboat Springs can look like, and that’s what helped make Sunday such a good one.
Soroco rolled to a 1-1 record by beating up on Sanford in Oak Creek on Friday night, 48-12.
Judd Mortensen said a handful of motivations drove him to add a new element to this year’s Rocky Mountain Bull Bash, Sunday’s annual Labor Day weekend Professional Bull Riders event that marks the end of the local rodeo season. The event this year will include a team competition, in addition to
The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team got a 4-1 win at home against Moffat County on Thursday night thanks to a hat trick from sophomore Will Beurskens.
The 10K at 10,000 trail running race returns to the heights of Rabbit Ears Pass for a 10 a.m. Sunday start.
Event hopes for 400 riders, including 80 pro cyclists
The Steamboat Stage Race hopes not to leave nearly the same footprint as the USA Pro Challenge, but to still offer three days of some of the best road bicycle racing Colorado has to offer.
The golfing boys of Steamboat Springs aren’t ready to slow their roll yet.
The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team, bigger than ever this year, started its season Sunday.
The Soroco High School cross country team got off to a very strong start to its season Saturday as Ben Kelley won the boys race and Chloe Veilleux was fifth in the girls race.
The race to win the top divisions of the Steamboat Springs Town Challenge mountain bike series will come to a predictable conclusion Wednesday afternoon with the series’ final race of the summer, the Sunshine Loop XC on Mount Werner.
Steamboat eyeing league title despite season opening loss
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team started its season Saturday with a three-set loss at Montrose, but the Sailors are still optimistic a successful campaign a year ago can translate to plenty of exciting matches this fall.
Britt Walton led the Steamboat Springs High School golf team in a pair of tournaments this week — the senior standing out as a bright spot for the team in what coach Andrew Donner said were somewhat lackluster performances.