The key to the Soroco High School girls team success early this season is that any of five talented scorers can go off on a night.
The Hayden High School boys dug into the lead several times, but after Encampment, Wyo., opened Saturday’s clash between the teams with five first-quarter 3-point shots, the Tigers never could fully make up the difference.
It was an off day for Soroco High School boys basketball team Saturday as it played West Grand. The Rams lost on the road, 69-53.
Injuries and a strong showing by Delta did in the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team Saturday. The Sailors fell 50-30 on the road.
The Sailors led by six at half, by 15 midway through the third quarter and by eight to start the fourth but couldn’t hold on, falling 47-46 on the road at Delta.
Saturday's snowboarding Grand Prix cancellation in Breckenridge complicates things for those athletes hoping to earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team.
The Hayden High School girls basketball team again found itself fending off a surging opponent on Saturday, and just like it did the day before, the Tigers held on.
Billy Demong led the U.S. Nordic combined Ski Team on Saturday in the first of two days of World Cup competition in France.
The Hayden boys basketball team welcomed back two key players and was competitive early with West Grand. The Mustangs wore them out, however, on the way to a 62-40 victory.
The Hayden girls basketball team was up and down Friday night but pulled out a 41-32 win against West Grand.
It was a strong day for the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team’s women on Thursday as they close in on Olympic spots.
Steamboat's Todd Lodwick was injured in a crash while jumping Friday in France. He said not to count him out for the upcoming Winter Olympics.
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Nik Baden flew into the finals of the snowboarding Grand Prix event in Breckenridge on Thursday, nailing his first run on the course to finish second in the qualifying round.
The opening ceremonies for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are four weeks away and the U.S. Nordic Combined Team is confident it's heading in the right direction.
The Soroco High School girls and boys basketball teams hope to maintain strong starts this weekend as they play South Park and West Grand.
It’s on to the finals for a trio of Steamboat Springs snowboarders at the a Grand Prix event in Breckenridge.
All the local high school sports teams will be back in action this weekend.
It was a fast weekend for Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, racing at several events around the state. Local racers snagged a trio of podiums at a Surefoot Colorado Ski Cup race in Aspen and younger skiers fared well at an event in Vail.
A strong season for Steamboat Springs alpine snowboarders continued this weekend at a Race to the Cup event at Buck Hill, Minn.
It was a strong start to the U.S. Cross-Country National Championships this weekend for Steamboat Springs skiers.
Freestyle skiing returned to Steamboat Springs and Voo Doo run on Mount Werner this weekend with a pair of competitions.
Maybe it's the country. If it is, great days lie ahead for U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team speed demon Taylor Fletcher.
The dreams for many Olympic hopefuls never make it this far. Sure, they imagine making the team or walking in the opening ceremonies. No question they envision winning a medal and watching their flag rise. Maybe they even picture a long professional career in their sport, all before it’s really started.
Bryan Fletcher hopes to use his trip to the Olympics to inspire children battling cancer, as in the Games, he will wear a jumping helmet designed by survivors.
For Steamboat Springs native Taylor Fletcher, it’s been about getting the chance to ski. On Saturday competing at the first 2014 Nordic combined World Cup event on the season, he got that chance, and he scorched the snow.
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Making an Olympic team has been a life-long quest for Steamboat Springs snowboarder Justin Reiter. Now that he's facing his best chance to earn the trip, he can't ignore the enormity of it all.
It just keeps getting better for Steamboat’s snowboarding siblings, Taylor and Arielle Gold. Saturday, Taylor was first among the men and Arielle second for the women, pushing both athletes to the edge of the Olympics.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team couldn’t keep a good thing going Friday afternoon playing at the Pepsi Center in Denver.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team fell, 2-1, at home in overtime Friday against Columbine.
The Sailors fell 57-25 to Glenwood Springs, dropping to 5-2 on the season.
Racing in the annual Surefoot Holiday Classic event kicked off Friday with a pair of slalom skiing races at Howelsen Hill in downtown Steamboat.
Steamboat Springs snowboard cross racer Mick Dierdorff qualified for the second day of a World Cup event Friday at Lake Louise, Alberta, finishing the day’s qualifying runs in 18th place, easily enough to get him into the 32-man field.
Billy Demong dominated the final day of Continental Cup competition in Utah.
Canadian Darren Gardner and Steamboat's Maggie Rose Carrigan finished off sweeps at the Race to the Cup snowboarding event at Howelsen Hill.
The Steamboat Springs High School hockey team survived another white-knuckle thriller Wednesday, beating Aspen, 2-1.
Four Steamboat-connected riders advanced while competing in the snowboard half-pipe preliminaries Wednesday at a Grand Prix event at Copper Mountain.
Steamboat's Maggie Rose Carrigan ran away with the women's division at Wednesday's Race to the Cup event in Steamboat.
Bill Demong again skied to a strong finish Wednesday, the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team athlete cruising from seventh to second in a Continental Cup Nordic combined event at Soldier Hollow, Utah.
Steamboat had eight first place finishes in Sunday’s Howelsen Hill races.
A pair of Steamboat Springs girls hockey teams advanced to the finals for their age class this weekend during the Adele Dombrowski girls hockey tournament at Howelsen Ice Arena in Steamboat, but both fell just short of winning the home tournament.
Bryan Fletcher and Billy Demong earned top 10 finishes at the Nordic combined World Cup event Sunday.
U.S. Freestyle Ski Team star Hannah Kearney won the first moguls World Cup event of the season on Saturday in Ruka, Finland.
The Soroco boys basketball team snapped a long losing streak against Hayden on Saturday, blasting the Tigers in the Meeker Cowboy Shoot-Out.
Steamboat Spring skiers Todd Lodwick and Bryan Fletcher teamed up in a relay to place fourth at the World Cup in Ramsau, Austria.
Taylor Gold was third and Arielle Gold fourth at the half-pipe finals at the Dew Tour in Breckenridge, giving the Steamboat siblings a step up on their competition as the chase for the Olympic team begins.
Steamboat lost Friday, falling to 2-1 on the season with a 5-2 loss to Resurrection Christian.
The Soroco and Hayden boys basketball teams are scheduled to meet on Friday, but they'll get a chance at one another tomorrow first, in the final round of the Meeker Cowboy Shoot-Out tournament.
Nik Baden finished ninth in the men’s snowboard slopestyle division, earning the chance to compete again on Sunday. He advanced thanks to a score of 73.2 on his first of two runs.
The Soroco boys lost in the first round of Meeker's Cowboy Shoot-Out in overtime, 63-57.