It was a good day from top to bottom for the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team, which beat Evergreen on Friday in a dual, 7-0.
Staemboat fell, 14-3, on Friday against Grand Junction and heads back into action Saturday for a big game against Fruita Monument.
Steamboat Springs mountain climber Eric Meyer is headed back to Mount Everest, fully aware of the joy and the danger that await.
The season finally wrapped up for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club freeskiing team with local skiers finishing things off at the USASA Freeskiing Nationals at Copper Mountain.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team took care of business in a 12-1 win Monday against Fruita Monument.
Hayden grad Holli Salazar and Soroco grad Alex Estes, who were state champions in track and field in high school, were back to their outstanding ways last weekend during collegiate track events.
Bridger Carlton didn’t win his classification at Saturday's Cody's Challenge. He was his classification.
A Saturday meet at Eagle Valley had coaches feeling optimistic as area athletes recorded some of their best times and distances of the season.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team had a season to remember, running undefeated through the Western Slope League. And that season was appropriately honored last month as the Tigers earned the most all-league honors of any team in the area.
There were big wins for the Steamboat Springs boys and girls high school lacrosse teams and the stage was set for a big game for the girls soccer squad.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team swept a doubleheader Saturday, beating Battle Mountain twice.
Cody's Challenge, never short on emotion, swings through Steamboat for a fifth time.
The Steamboat Springs High School lacrosse team got its biggest win of the season Saturday, capping a road trip by giving Cheyenne Mountain its first loss of the year, 9-7.
The Steamboat boys lacrosse team easily dispatched Golden, running away with a game that never was close, 14-0.
Battle Mountain ran up a 5-0 lead early playing at home against Steamboat and carried that through to a 13-5 victory.
Steamboat got what it wanted Friday. Now, the high school girls tennis team hopes to make a big statement by carrying that momentum into a pair of duals Saturday.
The Sailors were sharp when they needed to be, pulling ahead 7-4 by half then away in the second to beat Fruita Monument 12-8, a comfortable win.
Taylor Fletcher had a breakthrough season competing on the Nordic combined World Cup and he summed up his confidence in one simple sentence.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic ski jumpers wrapped up their season with a strong showing through the weekend at the Canadian National Championships.
Outdoor track season is under way and lacrosse and tennis are still keeping local athletes busy with their college teams.
It was an up-and-down week for Steamboat Springs High School sports, but one filled with plenty of thrilling games, including overtime thrillers.
Steamboat got a day of good pitching, but still had to split a doubleheader Saturday with Eagle Valley.
The Steamboat Coureur had nearly double the attendance Saturday as its inaugural event and was a hit in its second year.
Coming away with a victory was only chief among a list of goals the team hoped to accomplish as it played for a sweep of Eagle Valley. They got the win, 13-4, and were able to tackle plenty of the other goals they had hoped to address.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team lost Friday, falling in overtime to Rampart, 15-14. The Sailors still had no problem finding the bright side.
The Sailors traveled to to play at Eagle Valley and came away with a 5-4 victory.
A tight first half didn’t faze the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team Thursday. The Sailors broke free from a 2-2 halftime tie to win handily against a tough squad from Bountiful, Utah, 7-2.
The Love the Run You're With race returns this weekend, and organizers are hoping it helps showcase the running options available no matter the amount of snow on the ground in Steamboat.
A weekly check-in on how former Routt County athletes are faring at colleges around the nation.
The Steamboat Springs High School track team got a standout performance from Meg O’Connell on Saturday at the Mickey Dunn Invitational meet in Grand Junction.
It was a strong weekend of racing for Steamboat skiers as Mount Werner and Howelsen Hill played host to the finale for the SmartWool race series.
A weekend laden with bad weather canceled many local sports teams' plans, but the Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls lacrosse squads still got in a full week of games.
Ski Town USA glowed, shining into a starless night through the windows of Howelsen Hill Lodge and onto the cold, groomed slopes of the iconic downtown Steamboat Springs ski hill.
The men and women who participate in the Town Challenge ski races would be happy to have you when the next season kicks off in December.
Last season’s positively warm winter and stunningly early spring melted the inaugural Steamboat Coureur, but the event returns March 30 with the same quirkiness organizers hoped would stand out about the first one.
Hannah Samlowski, Tanner Stover and Tehya Johnson won the 2013 Adele Dombrowski girls hockey awards in Steamboat Springs last week.
The girls lacrosse and girls soccer games set for Saturday have been canceled.
Steamboat Springs native Tim Magill won the seasonlong Alpine Ski Jumping Series, which wrapped up this week.
Routt County hunter Lonny Vanatta waited nearly 30 years for the opportunity he got recently to go bow hunting in Mexico.
The Sailors, 1-3, opened their season with a 15-6 loss to the squad, and fell 12-6 on Monday.
Steamboat's Pee Wee boys hockey team won a state championship Sunday, sweating out a thrilling game in Denver to win, 1-0.
Springs sports kicked off in full force
It was a great day by any standard, with fast snow leading to thrilling finishes and expansive views thrilling skiers of all speeds.
The Steamboat Springs High School Sailors knocked off Eagle Valley on Friday night, 18-4.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team fell, 10-9, Friday on the road at Pine Creek.
Another day, another huge skiing performance from Taylor Fletcher at the Nordic combined World Cup as he climbed to fifth.
Steamboat surged in the second half to secure a 14-6 win against Liberty, its first in its current stint as a varsity program.
It seems like sledding in Steamboat Springs should be easy. And it is, but finding the perfect hill can be difficult, so Steamboat Today set out with a few sledding experts to find the best and safest ways to sled in Ski Town USA.
All high school spring sports teams won't get going yet, but the season is definitely kicking into gear — weather permitting, of course.
Deb Armstrong, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's alpine ski director, said the strength of her program can’t be defined by a skier or even a race, but that all the parts are coming together nicely.