The Germans dominated a Sunday sprint relay event at a World Cup Nordic combined event in Lahti, Finland while the United States pair of Bryan Fletcher and Taylor Fletcher finished seventh.
Hayden led late in the third quarter but was held nearly scoreless in the fourth before losing in the regional championship to Yuma, 50-33.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team took care of business Friday night, and now it faces its most important test of the season at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Grand Junction.
I know where I’m going. I thought that was the key to skiing, but after spending last week chasing my girlfriend's family around unfamiliar resorts, I discovered both the joys and follies of a different approach.
Winter sports are wrapping up for Routt County athletes now competing for colleges around the country.
A rescheduled competition didn’t facilitate a large competitive field, but those skiers and snowboarders who did show up to compete Sunday at The Ride slope-style throwdown, a Steamboat Park Challenge event, laid down a barrage of top tricks.
They have to beat them all at some point. At least, that’s what the Hayden High School boys basketball team is telling itself after it was disappointed Sunday by the regional basketball pairings.
Jasper Good and Natalie Bohlmann led the way for a strong weekend of competition for Steamboat Springs Nordic combined skiers at the Junior Nationals in Minneapolis.
Scorching performances on the ski course have defined the season for U.S. Nordic combined team members Taylor Fletcher and Billy Demong, but a weak jumping round kept the pair at bay Saturday, limiting them to a sixth-place finish in the final World Championships event.
With a dramatic flourish, the Hayden High School boys basketball team advanced Friday to play Saturday for the district championship at 2:30 p.m. in Paonia against Meeker.
The Sailors led the game into the second half but couldn't stop a surge from highly ranked Windsor.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team pulled the biggest upset of the first round of the Class 4A tournament Tuesday and no doubt earn that distinction again if they find a way around Windsor in a 7 p.m. game Friday.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team plays Friday in the district tournament against Paonia.
Billy Demong led the way for the U.S. Nordic combined team Thursday in the large hill competition at the World Championships in Val di Fiemme, Italy, skiing to a 15th-place finish.
Taylor Fletcher, Bryan Fletcher, Todd Lodwick and Billy Demong teamed up to place third in the team relay event at the World Championships in Italy on Sunday.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls basketball teams found out their state fates on Sunday as the brackets for the Class 4A state basketball tournaments were revealed.
It wasn’t what he dreamed when he entered the tournament, but it also wasn’t what he feared when he was told last summer that a knee injury had eliminated any chance of his participation in the state tournament.
The Sailors rode their defense to a win against rival Glenwood Springs, 53-47, in a strange game at the district tournament in Grand Junction.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team broke down defensively in an overtime period and fell Friday, 54-49, against Durango.
Hayden senior Ryan Domson lost Friday night in the 182-pound semifinals at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament in Denver.
Hayden High School senior Ryan Domson got a win in the tournament’s first round, but his four fellow Tigers, as well as a pair of Soroco Rams, lost their matches and were cast to Friday’s consolation bracket.
A weekend of action set up the district tournament for the Steamboat Springs High School basketball teams. Teams from Soroco and Hayden also were busy.
Steamboat Springs skiers showed well last weekend in a big mountain freeskiing event at Sunlight Ski Resort.
A weekly roundup of the performances of collegiate athletes with Routt County ties.
Five years, I was told. I’d be a local in five years. Well guess what, Steamboat. I’m there.
Hayden senior Ryan Domson was told there was no way he could recover from a devastating knee injury in time to compete in any sports in his senior season. One thing about Domson: he hates being told what he can and can't do.
The Rams had to fight through a lackluster first half before they finished off a 46-26 win against Plateau Valley.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team played a lackluster half, a great quarter and a good quarter, and that all added up to enough for a win against Plateau Valley, 59-46.
The Tigers gave up one point in the first quarter and just two more in the second en route to a 66-21 shellacking at home against De Beque.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team flew by De Beque on Friday night, winning on the road, 77-34.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team had no trouble with Plateau Valley on Friday night, winning on the road, 74-47.
Hayden beat Plateau Valley on the road Friday, 39-25.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team ran it up on Battle Mountain on Friday night, blasting the Huskies in Steamboat, 62-12.
Battle Mountain got a tip-in game winner as time expired Friday night to beat Steamboat Springs.
The Hayden and Soroco high school wrestling teams got in their final work of the regular season Saturday and both reported goods results from a duals tournament in Meeker.
Tim Magill has been jumping in Steamboat Springs for 50 years, but he's never had a jump quite like the one he had on Sunday.
An ongoing revolution in snow sports equipment has changed the way residents in Steamboat Springs recreate.
Sidecountry skiing is such a new term that many old-timers feel compelled to put air quotes around it. Backcountry skiing isn’t exactly an old term, either, because it wasn’t long ago that what’s now referred to as “backcountry skiing” was simply “skiing.”
You know what would be great? A list of the best backcountry runs in Routt County. Or maybe a collection of the best backcountry stories from around Steamboat, the kind of runs they talked about in cheesy 1980s and ’90s ski movies. They’d have names like Dead Man’s Bluff or Slippery Pete’s Escape. There’s only one problem. Slippery Pete is quite content taking his escape to his grave.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team blasted North Park on Saturday, winning on the road, 61-35.
Soroco fell in overtime, 77-74, on the road as West Grand avenged a game from earlier this season.
Many things have changed, but as laughter echoed around the event’s award ceremony, it was clear that in the event's 39 years, many things were exactly the same.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team couldn’t make it two in a row, falling Saturday on the road against North Park. The Wildcats broke away late in a close game, winning 41-36.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team got 22 points from Ryan Jeep and 20 from Nic Paxton on Friday as it pulled away from North Park in the fourth quarter, winning at home, 75-58.
The Hayden girls basketball team pieced together its best game of the season Friday. Behind Olivia Zehner's 22 points, the Tigers beat West Grand, 51-36.
Briana Peterson scored with three seconds remaining, lifting Soroco over North Park in a nail biter in Oak Creek, 49-48.
Juniors Dan Engle and Greg Frentress, who’ve played off the bench most of the season, came through Friday night to help Hayden hold off a determined West Grand squad, 71-52.
Hayden won both ends of its wrestling doubleheader Thursday. The Tigers took down Steamboat, 39-15, then Soroco, 54-15.
Steamboat Springs' Jon Cariveau surged to a second-place finish in the masters 45 to 49 division at the Cyclocross World Championships last weekend in Kentucky.
The podiums just keep coming for a Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarding program that already is in the midst of one of the best seasons of its existence.