The Steamboat Springs High School soccer team got back into the win column Saturday with a 3-1 victory at Palisade, finding a spark at halftime that ignited the team.
Steamboat Springs High School football picked up its biggest win in years, leading the way for a busy weekend of high school sports for area teams.
The new Steamboat Springs High School mountain bike team has been a hit off the trail and a success on it.
The duo of Kelly Boniface and Nate Bird led the way for a pack of strong Steamboat Springs cyclists Saturday at the inaugural Winter Park Epic 50, a 50-mile mountain bike race.
They ran more than 100 miles up and down some of the most rugged trails Routt County has to offer, yet, Run Rabbit Run co-organizer Fred Abramowitz joked, the final steps might have been the most difficult.
A rough start to the season didn’t get any better Friday night for the Soroco High School volleyball team, which fell in three games on a road trip against Beth Eden Baptist. The Rams lost, 26-24, 25-18 and 25-16.
When noon struck Friday, the four dozen members of the Hare division of the second-annual Run Rabbit Run trail ultramarathon took off from the base of Steamboat Ski Area at a decided trot.
Hayden stomped out a Game Two Mustangs rally, then stomped on West Grand, rolling to a big win Thursday night playing at home.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team is hoping for a far different performance and a far different result than it endured the last time it clashed with its most bitter regional foe.
A busy weekend of high school sports action awaits, although much of it is on the road.
“Of course,” Nikki Kimball admitted. Of course, it would be a big deal if she won the $10,000 first-place prize in the second annual Run Rabbit Run 100-mile Trail Ultramarathon, which begins Friday in Steamboat Springs.
Try as I might to prevent it, it may be happening again. I may be leaning toward trying to guess who’s going to win the Sept. 20 matchup between the Hayden and Soroco High School football teams.
Steamboat Springs has been a Telemark racing hotbed for years, and that won’t change for the 2013-2014 ski season.
Heather Gollnick and Mark Satkiewicz led the way for a pack of Steamboat Springs finishers at the Harvest Moon Triathlon in Aurora on Sunday.
The 5Points Film Festival returns at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Howelsen Hill for its second late-summer stop in Steamboat Springs.
A number of local riders placed well at a Saturday mountain bike race in Breckenridge.
9:24 p.m. Police were called to a suspicious incident on the 100 block of Hillside Drive. People were seen trying to enter a house. They were high school students who had heard there was a party. They had the address wrong and left.
The cranes haven't disappointed the crowds at the second-annual Yampa Valley Crane Festival based in Steamboat Springs.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys tennis team endured its toughest test of the season Friday and Saturday, and coach Don Toy came out of the experience enthusiastic.
Sophomore Storm Veilleux led the way in a dominating performance by the Rams, who excelled in their home opener by running it up on Justice, 54-6.
The Sailors got their first team win of the season Thursday, using three forfeit victories to break a 2-2 tie with Durango.
Josh Rynders had a plan for his life, and he was living it midway through a four-year stint in the Marine Corps. It all vanished in a second April 13, 2006.
Chris Chatwin thought he knew the price he had paid for the nine years he spent in war zones, the six tours to Iraq and Afghanistan he took with the U.S. military and the two years he spent serving as a security contractor.
Groups locally and nationally have found that reaching out to help America’s wounded warriors is good for the soul. And deep in the mountains, through Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, veterans have rediscovered their strength after combat.
Every time, I talk myself into spending a little bit of time at the STARS camp, and every time, those plans go out the window as soon as I begin my first interview.
Hahn’s Peak Lake Campground still is a work in progress. Despite a massive makeover in recent years, the North Routt County facility is due for another round of construction beginning Sept. 9.
Soroco has 29 athletes out for football, the most it's had since before it switched to 8-man football in 2009. The Rams are hoping that can help to create an eye-opening season.
A major turnover in players hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of the Hayden football team. The team is set to start the season Saturday afternoon at Belleview Christian.
Britt Walton carded the second best round of the day, but it wasn’t enough to bump the Steamboat Springs High School golf team to first place Monday in a Grand Junction area tournament.
The Steamboat Springs High School football team is about to find out what, exactly, momentum is worth.
Elk archery season opens Saturday, and locals can get a kickstart to their hunt at the Hunting Film Tour's stop Tuesday in Steamboat Springs.
It’s with an eye toward the winter than riders will take to Emerald Mountain on Saturday, bringing Steamboat Spring’s inaugural Bike Week to a close with a long tour on some of the region’s most popular trails.
In the age of the 100-mile Run Rabbit Run trail marathon and the 50-kilometer Mount Werner Classic, the Continental Divide Trail Run seems more manageable than it used to, and again this year, the race will hit its cap of 120 runners.
USA Pro Challenge CEO Shawn Hunter said Steamboat's hosting of a start and a finish in 2011 and again this year might serve as a model for the race in the future.
Steamboat Springs came out Thursday to say goodbye to the race it loudly welcomed into town Wednesday. The USA Pro Challenge rode out of town Thursday morning.
Stage 4, the Queen Stage, will be one of the toughest in this year’s USA Pro Challenge and how the top contenders handle the looming difficulties could have everything to say about how things look come the final stage in Denver.
Jens Voigt, the 41-year old German, showed Wednesday why he's one of the world's most popular cyclists, charging over Rabbit Ears Pass to the delight of Steamboat's cycling fans. It wasn't, however, enough to prevent a wild sprint finish on the streets of downtown.
A strong start to the season hit a speed bump Monday and Tuesday for the Steamboat Springs High School boys golf team.
When the USA Pro Challenge soars into Steamboat Springs late Wednesday afternoon, Steamboat’s main street will be ready.
If all you know about bike races is that the first one across the finish line wins, don’t worry. Here’s a guide to help you know what your friends are talking about and what to look for as you line the race route for Wednesday’s third stage of the USA Pro Challenge.
How much will Rabbit Ears Pass change Wednesday's third stage of the USA Pro Challenge? Will there be a sprint finish in Steamboat Springs? What awaits Thursday in the hills south of the town? Pro cyclists in Steamboat weigh in.
Leroy Atencio was one of 310 individuals to finish Sunday's Steamboat Triathlon, but the man injured 23 years ago did so looking forward to his future as a triathlete, not backward at the injury that put him in a wheelchair.
In the world of rodeo, events like the Routt County Fair’s — a part of the Rocky Mountain Bronc Riders Association — are the minor leagues, and Sunday they were filled with cowboys struggling to keep their dreams alive.
A busy day of biking was capped Saturday afternoon by the Enduro-X mountain bike race at Steamboat Ski Area. The event returns Sunday.
Picking through the best Routt County has to offer comes with some unexpected challenges.
Saturday's Steamboat Stinger mountain bike race is the hottest ticket in town, selling out within hours of registration opening in March.
Hannah Williams only has been racing mountain bikes for a summer and a half, but on Wednesday, she capped a championship run through the Town Challenge Mountain Bike series.
Five-time Ironman triathlon champion Heather Gollnick moved to Steamboat Springs earlier this year, and now, she has planned several signings for her new book focused on training the brains of endurance athletes.
The Town Challenge finale begins at 5:25 p.m. at the base of Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs.
Either way, organizers of the looming inaugural Steamboat Springs Bike Week are hoping a bike-filled week will help showcase Steamboat's cycling diversity.