The Steamboat Springs High School skiing team is sending 13 Nordic skiers and eight Alpine skiers to the state championships this week.
Five Nordic combined skiers with Steamboat connections are in Falun, Sweden, this week in the FIS Nordic Skiing World Championships.
Nearly a dozen Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic skiing athletes punched their tickets to this winter’s Junior Nationals event thanks to their performances Saturday and Sunday at a qualifier event in Aspen.
The final game of the regular season was a chance to empty the bench for the Hayden High School girls basketball team, which won at De Beque Saturday, 59-21.
Mikaela Shiffrin won her second World Championship gold medal Saturday at Beaver Creek, a story told by the roar of the crowd.
On Saturday, Taylor Fletcher showed just how much better he's skiing, winning a Continental Cup event in Austria.
Soroco romped over its rival, 57-36. Combined with a West Grand loss Friday night against Vail Christian, the win locks the Rams into second place in the league.
It was better, Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball coach Mack Spitellie said Thursday night. It wasn’t quite enough, however, and the squad lost by two points on the road against Summit, falling as the Tigers hit a buzzer-beating 3-point shot.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys basketball team took care of business Thursday night, setting up the challenge the team has been waiting for.
Former Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club ski jumper Nita Englund will get the chance to compete on one of the biggest stages of her sport.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club alum Mary Rose was lighting fast on her skis at a series of U.S. Super Tour cross country skiing events in Craftsbury, Vermont, over the weekend, earning the best results of her career.
Next competition for USASA skiers, riders is in Steamboat
Steamboat Springs snowboarders and freestyle skiers recorded strong results Saturday at a United States of America Snowboard Associatin Rocky Mountain Series slopestyle event in Winter Park.
The Steamboat boys showed up in the second half to take care of Battle Mountain Tuesday.
Tuesday night could have been the low point of the season for the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball, which fell at home against Battle Mountain, 39-20.
A weekend of racing at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships wrapped up with a middle-of-the-pack finish for a foursome of Steamboat Springs-connected Nordic combined athletes.
Nita Englund jumped to a new height Sunday at a women’s ski jumping World Cup competition in Romania.
Ester Ledecka continues dominating streak
Ester Ledecka, a Steamboat Springs-trained Czech Republic Alpine snowboarder, furthered her success in what’s been a red-hot season on Saturday, winning a parallel giant slalom World Cup event in Sudelfeld, Germany.
Today Steamboat Springs has one major ski resort. It didn’t always appear that would be the way it is, however. Several other ski resorts have come and gone in Steamboat Springs and Routt County in the last 60 years. At one time they were a part of big plans by city officials, by real estate developers and by eager skiers. Today, all but one are lost in the snow.
The Hayden boys lost at home Saturday against West Grand.
The Hayden girls basketball team lost Saturday, 44-43, against West Grand.
The Soroco girls team won Saturday, locking up the top spot in the Western Slope-Gore league. It is the team's first league championship since 1996;
The Soroco boys took care of North Park on Saturday, 46-22.
The Soroco girls had no problems with DeBeque, winning Friday night.
The score was gaudy, but Soroco High School boys coach Shawn Hayes said the game wasn’t pretty.
The Tigers won on the road to beat North Park, 48-41. Last month, Hayden lost at home against the Wildcats by double digits.
The Hayden girls basketball team North Park on Friday night, 48-36.
It was a good night, as simple as that, Hayden High School wrestling coach Chad Jones said.
Steamboat Springs Alpine skiers proved fast again last weekend at a series of races in Steamboat and at Loveland Ski Area.
Steamboat's Ben Berend led U.S. skiers in the second Nordic combined event at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships.
A pack of Steamboat Springs ski jumpers and Nordic combined skiers made the most of spending the last several weeks traveling the country from competition to competition.
Competing a three events last weekend, the team racked up more than a dozen podium finishes.
The Soroco boys team managed a fitting finale to a big week of Soroco hoops, beating West Grand, 59-53.
Girls beat West Grand, slide into 1st place
The Soroco girls beat West Grand 69-45, taking a huge step toward their first league title in nearly 20 years.
The Hayden girls had no trouble with De Beque, winning Friday night 55-17.
Tigers snap season-long 11-game losing streak
The Hayden boys basketball won its first game of the season Friday night, knocking off De Beque, 62-38.
Cota 7th, Dyer 14th and Stoltzner 15th skiing for US
Jeremy Cota, Ryan Dyer and Lane Stoltzner all made finals at Thursday's World Cup moguls event in New York.
The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team split a Tuesday night triangular, beating Eagle Valley and losing to Glenwood Springs.
Another slow start sank the Steamboat Springs High School boys hockey team.
The Soroco High School boys basketball team got off to a slow start Tuesday, but it played strong for three quarters and came out of a road trip to North Park with a crucial win, 41-34.
The Rams more than responded to adversity, walloping North Park, 70-17.
Nita Englund, who trained previously with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, put together the best weekend of ski jumping of her career at a World Cup event in Oberstdorf, Germany, Saturday and Sunday.
Steamboat Springs snowboarders competed at a United States of America Snowboard Association event Saturday and Sunday in snowboard and half-pipe competitions.
The U.S. Nordic combined Ski Team’s Continental Cup competitors had their best weekend of 2015 last weekend in Planica, Slovenia, where Ben Berend led the way with a 23rd place finish in the first competition.
Payton McElhiney was tops among local competitors, winning the skier men’s 13-15 division by inserting the flat 540 spin he’d just learned.
The group was led by Riley Hodges, who finished second in the girls U15 division of the Rocky Qualifier Series/Devo event.
Nik Baden did get a shot in the men's snowboarding slopestyle finals round at X Games.
The Hayden High School boys basketball team lost Friday night, 55-39 at West Grand.
A slow start cost the Soroco High School boys team Saturday on the road against Lake County. The Rams trailed by as many as 16 in the first half en route to a 73-61 loss.
Soroco beat Lake County on Saturday, 78-31.
Arielle Gold finished fourth in a wild women's superpipe finals at X Games in Aspen as 14-year old Chloe Kim won the competition to become the youngest-ever X Games gold medal winner.