Steamboat's junior hockey team hopes to provide opportunity for young skaters
Steamboat's junior hockey team hopes to provide opportunity for young skaters
The Steamboat volleyball team has a big game at home Saturday, leading the way for this weekend's high school sports round up.
They were down — way down — but the Soroco High School girls volleyball team wasn’t out Tuesday, playing at home against North Park. The Rams lost the first two sets of the match before bouncing back to win in five, 20-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-23, 15-6.
Sailors fall 3-0 against league rival
The Battle Mountain High School soccer team took advantage of its first big opportunity Tuesday night. Steamboat, meanwhile, missed moments later, setting the tone for another tough game for the Sailors against their league rivals.
Tuesday's Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer home game against Battle Mountain will start at 6:30 p.m. instead of its originally scheduled time of 6 p.m.
Sailor girls go 1-2, place first as a team
Winter Boese surged in the final mile of the race to win, and Maggi Congdon used a surge of her own in the homestretch to finish second, paving the way Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School girls cross country team to win a meet at Eagle Valley.
The Hayden football team couldn't hang with South Park on Saturday, losing 22-0.
Paul Sachs knew the race he helped design, the 100-mile Run, Rabbit Run trial ultra marathon, was difficult. He didn't know how difficult until this weekend, when he ran it himself.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team passed one big test Saturday only to set up another. After a 2-1 win against Centaurus, the team is looking ahead to Tuesday's showdown with rival Battle Mountain.
Steamboat lost in three sets Thursday and won in three Saturday. Coach Wendy Hall said the difference between the two matches went far deeper than the opponent.
The Soroco High School football team will see Rangely in back-to-back games with only a Soroco bye week in between. Friday, the Rams took the first of those two meetings, winning decisively in Rangely, 46-6.
Sailors' offensive struggles continue in lopsided loss
Glenwood Springs found its focus Friday to beat the Steamboat Springs High School football team, 48-7.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team picked up a win Thursday night, going on the road to knock of Rifle, 5-1.
The Steamboat football and soccer teams both have big home games this weekend while both the Hayden and Soroco football squads hit the road in interesting matchups, leading the way for the weekend's high school sporting action.
Scheduling mistake forces annual events into October
A scheduling mistake has caused the Steamboat Springs High School homecoming game to be moved from Sept. 23 to Oct. 7. The Sailors thought they were to play at home against Conifer on Sept. 23 but will instead travel to play Conifer that day.
The Steamboat Springs High School tennis team came away from its toughest regular season tournament with plenty to crow about, coach Joseph O’Dell said.
Soroco built a fat first-half lead Friday night playing on the road at Sanford, but saw it cut in half when the Indians returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown. Soroco answered back in a big way.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team actually had a better record in a tournament it played last weekend than it earned Saturday with a trip to play four matches at Silver Creek. Coach Wendy Hall said there was a big difference in the way the team played, however.
12:49 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a disturbance at a bar in the 700 block of Yampa Street. Bar employees tried to remove a man from the bar, and the man pushed a bouncer into the glass door. The door broke and the 45-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
It was a weekend of extremes for the Soroco High School volleyball team.
The Hayden High School girls volleyball team got its first win of the season, traveling Friday to knock of Hotchkiss in three sets.
Bingham, Williams again series champs
The Coda Classic Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series finale wasn't a huge draw Saturday, but it did offer one last great chance to ride for many of Steamboat's racing regulars.
Despite a big game from junior quarterback Garrett St. Clair, four big plays added up to one disappointing night Friday for the Hayden High School football team.
It's a slower weekend locally for high school sports teams. Several squads are off and others play on the road. Several big home volleyball games await in Hayden and Oak Creek, however.
The Steamboat Springs High School cross country team got off to a fast start Saturday at a Battle Mountain meet while Soroco's runners continued to put up excellent results.
The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team took care of business Saturday, and now, one of the first major league tests of the season is on tap Tuesday.
The Soroco High School volleyball team cruised to a winning weekend Friday and Saturday, taking three of their four matches at a tournament in Rangely.
The eighth annual Steamboat Stage Race came to a spinning conclusion Monday in downtown, as several locals leapt to the front of the pack.
Things were looking fine, good even, midway through the Demon Invitational volleyball tournament in Glenwood Springs.
Come all the way from Athens, Georgia to Steamboat Springs — 1,600 miles — and you’re going to want to make that trip count. Mark Werner did just that Sunday during the 10K at 10,000 trail running race on Rabbit Ears Pass.
Persistent first-half penalties helped slow the Summit High School football team’s offense on Friday night as Steamboat Springs tried to get a win in its first home game of the season. The Tigers fixed the glitch in the second half.
Patience paid off Thursday for the Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team.
The Steamboat Stage Race is entering its eighth year, and director Corey Piscopo said, while the event eats up a ton of his personal time, it's still going strong.
The Steamboat football team easily beat Summit last year, but isn't ready to take anything for granted after an opening week stumble.
It's the first full weekend of high school sports of the fall season, and all the local teams will be in action.
Steamboat pulled out a gritty win Tuesday in its home opener, beating U.S. Highway 40-rivals Moffat County 3-0 in the Bulldogs’ season opener.
It was a strong start to the season for the Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team, which rolled across its first 2016 finish line Saturday at a race in Frisco.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys soccer team scored plenty of goals Saturday in its season-opening game. Unfortunately for the Sailors, its opponent, Mullen, did, as well.
Soroco went on the road to bulldoze Caprock Academy, taking the league victory in three sets.
It was a good start to the season, but the chance for “great” just eluded the Steamboat Springs High School boys tennis team this weekend, coach Joseph O’Dell said.
Soroco High School football coach Dick Dudas acknowledged things could have gone better Saturday as his team opened its season on the road against Caliche. Things could have gone better, but not much, as the Rams rolled to a big victory.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team has beaten Battle Mountain each of the past four seasons, but it’s rarely been easy. Last year’s win, in Steamboat, came only after the Huskies turned the ball over six times, including on the decisive play, an interception in the end zone. It’s with those close games in mind that Steamboat travels to Edwards on Friday to open its season.
With a flurry of hard hits and plenty of big digs, the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team showed Thursday it’s still at the top of the heap in Northwest Colorado.
Soroco football coach Dick Dudas has high hopes for his team as it starts its season this weekend with a trip to Caliche.
High school athletics programs lose their stars as regularly as aspen trees lose their leaves, so there’s nothing inherently unique about that storyline for the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team as it prepares to start the 2016 season.
It may be time to start thinking about winter in Steamboat Springs, but local snowboarder Nik Baden is already knee deep in the season, and Wednesday, he recorded a strong finish at his first slopestyle snowboarding event of the season.
Steamboat Springs High School senior Nolan Sankey struggled in a big way in this season's first action, but he was sharp Tuesday playing at Haymaker Golf Course in Steamboat, helping lead his squad to a strong finish.
Annual race sustains nearly 40-percent drop in athletes
They dove into a cold Lake Catamount early Sunday morning but that 66-degree water didn’t slow local athletes at the Steamboat Triathlon.
Organizers would like to see rodeo return to the Routt County Fair in a big way but settled Sunday for a junior rodeo that saw plenty of bucks and a few big bumps.
Hayden's Chad Day hasn't dedicated himself to bull riding for more than 20 years. That hasn't stopped the 39-year old cowboy from giving his favorite "hobby" a spin every summer.