The Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament is a fixture on the summer calendar , but the event's success is actually built upon the efforts of a dedicated group of volunteers.
A dedicated group of golfers came out Tuesday to play some golf and support those who are battling breast cancer.
A Steamboat Springs summer tradition celebrates its 32nd year as soccer takes center stage in mountains of northwest Colorado.
Two summers ago the Steamboat Storm collegiate baseball team arrived in Steamboat Springs hoping to bring a new level of the game America loves to the mountains of Northwest Colorado. Now, in its second year, the team is hoping to bring a title home to its dedicated band of local followers and supporters.
The 100-mile Big Horn Scenic Trail Run offers plenty of challenges for ultra-distance runners, but last June, one local runner was able to overcome those hurdles en route to completing her first 100-mile race.
Arizona dancer Karina Cardella came to the Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp hoping to fine tune her technic, but what she discovered in the mountains of Colorado was the inspiration to rekindle her love of dance.
Back in the early 1990s the Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp nearly vanished. That was until a group of Steamboat Springs residents led the change to save the school and preserve it's place in our towns long and rich history.
Year-by-year happenings at Perry-Mansfield
It was 17 years ago when the Rally for the Cure Golf tournament became a regular event on Steamboat's summer calendar thanks to the efforts of the local women's golf association. Today, the event continues thanks to the efforts of the Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, who has hosted the event for most of its hisotry in Steamboat Springs.
Sports can't always be decided in regulation, and as a fan of most sports, I can't help but get a little excited about the prospect of overtime.
Parade anchors Steamboat Springs long-running, Fourth of July traditions.
Overcoming challenges just part of the game for former Steamboat Springs football, basketball and track and field star.
The tubing season quietly shifted gears Wednesday as local stores began renting to customers for the first time this season, and the number of people on the river started to grow. However, the quiet isn't expected to last as locals and visitors make their way back to the Yampa for another season on the river.
The Colorado Rockies have become a summer tradition in the Russell family and thanks to some great hitting and timely pitching Saturday's game at Coors Field provided more than a few memories worth cheering for.
Cleveland earned its first major sports title in more tnan 50 years Sunday, thrilling sports fans across the country and giving LeBron James a chance to rebuild his own legacy.
I used to think that parents who travel around the country to watch their children play games were crazy, but now I think it's time that somebody had me committed.
This week some of the top athletes in the country have come to Steamboat Springs. But don't bother looking for them on the field, the court or the ice.
Local bowler Dewey Whitecotton tops the leaderboard at the USBC 65th Open Handicap bowling tournament.
A former Routt County sheriff pulled a man from a burning travel trailer Tuesday evening after an explosion Tuesday evening rocked the Eagle Soaring RV Park west of Steamboat Springs.
With the start of the season only two weeks away, organizers of the Storm Baseball team are rounding third and hoping to find homes.
Longtime Steamboat Springs resident Jim Dudley understands the magic that comes from winning a penalty kick tie-breaker in the big game. When the Sailors topped Palisade in a shootout back in 1998, it left a mark that our town may never forget.
Sailor's soccer standout has hidden talent
Steamboat Springs senior Ocoee Wilson has left her mark as one of the top goalkeepers in the state and has played a huge role in the Sailors' winning record and state playoff success. But there's another side to the Steamboat goalie, who seems to have found her own style.
When Steamboat Springs swimmer Amy Brodie got the opportunity to swim at Colorado Mesa University a few years ago, she reached a level few swimmers in Steamboat have ever enjoyed. But the past few years have been filled with ups and downs, and after making a tremendous comeback this last season, the local girl can't help but wonder what could be.
A controlled burn, which got out of control, burned five acres near Thorpe Mountain before fire crews gained control.
It's not Major League Baseball or even a minor league franchise, but longtime baseball supporter Dave Roy is hoping the Storm will entice Steamboat Springs locals to head to the ball fields and fall in love with baseball this summer.
Top college baseball players from around the county will come to Steamboat Springs in June to put on Storm uniforms and represent Steamboat Springs in the Mountain West Collegiate Baseball League.
Tim Krumrie picked up a football as a freshman at Mondovi High School in Wisconsin and wouldn’t put it down for the next 20 years.
Steamboat Springs embraces national concussion awareness trend
A few years ago, Steamboat Springs High School football coach Lonn Clementson was faced with a choice.
Working with the men of Yampa Valley Electric Association
When the lights and power go off in the middle of the night there is a dedicated group of workers at the Yampa Valley Electric Association in Steamboat Springs who will get out of bed, find the problem and fix it as quickly as possible.
For 16 years, sensei Michael David Bauk has taught the art of karate to the students of Steamboat Sprngs. In June, he will pass his business onto a new generation of teachers and close a chapter on his life.
Nine athletes for the Rocky Mountain Karate Academy in Steamboat Springs traveled to Denver last weekend for the USKA National Championships. They all performed well, and two brought home national titles for their efforts.
The Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team rebounded from a tough overtime loss to Battle Mountain last weekend and rolled past Vail Mountain at home Monday evening.
The spring sports season is in full swing, but many recreational teams learned last weekend that Mother Nature doesn't always cooperate when game time rolls around.
Middle school cheerleaders return from Denver after top showing with first place trophy.
They get more grumbles from the sidelines than shots on goal, but when it comes to the game of soccer, the referee often plays one of the most important roles.
Two years ago Noah Elliott learned he had osteosarcoma. The bone cancer eventually took his leg, but last week in Steamboat Springs, the young man from Missouri proved it didn't steal his smile or his enthusiasm for life.
Twenty-two athletes from the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club traveled to Park City, Utah, last weekend and posted top finishes at the Wester Regional Championships in the final meet of the season.
Each year the Sunshine Kids Foundation invites a group of children to the slopes of Steamboat Ski Area where they can leave hospitals and doctors behind them and enjoy a week on the snow.
Sometimes in life the most important lessons take us years to fully grasp. Earlier this month I learned a former photojournalism professor had died and I realized the lessons he taught me so long ago are the ones that I use everyday of my life.
A day in the life
Twenty minutes north of downtown Steamboat Springs, two ranchers feed cattle throughout winter months using eight-legged horse power instead of horsepower.
Back in 1988, the world tuned in to see just how far Eddie the Eagle would fly at the Winter Olympic Games. Truth be told no one ever expected the guy to win, but that didn't stop us from wanting to see if he would land on his feet.
Nobody was hurt Tuesday afternoon after a moose charged hikers, their dogs and a man walking along Spring Creek Trail with his baby in a backpack.
Before last Sunday's Super Bowl, game expectations were flying all around Santa Clara, California, like footballs. But when the game came to a close, those expectations had taken their toll and taught players and fans a valuable lesson about sports.
Paige VanArsdale has dealt with obstacles her entire life, but the Steamboat Springs High School student isn't about to let cerebral palsy define who she is, or what she can do.
Bill Johnson ignited America's interest in downhill skiing back in the 1980s. it was a love-hate relationship, but in the end, no one can deny Johnson's impact on the sport and his place in its story.
Sports fans understand disappointment, but what happens when your favorite teams packs up and leaves town.
Local coach hoping to inspire next generation of jumpers with "learn to fly" program at Howelsen on Saturday.
Steamboat Springs was well-represented by 10 skiers at last week's U.S. Senior National Championships.
As a sports writer, I totally understand the importance of the score of a game and the impact of a great result. But I learned a long time ago the best sports stories are normally not found on the scoreboard.
High Altitude Basketball hopes to bring new life, new interest into adult leagues.