Steamboat Springs High School graduate Kelly Labor was named an assistant women's soccer coach for Colorado State University as it transitions to Division I next season.
The Steamboat Springs American Legion baseball team begins its season Sunday with a home doubleheader against Rangely.
The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs will host the United States Tennis Association’s Intermountain 12-and-younger junior championships this weekend.
The Steamboat Springs men’s and women’s rugby teams have begun training and are always looking for new members.
Lesley Chambers never let go of her dream to work in the outdoor industry. She also never let anything get her down.
The Steamboat Springs Swim Team notched top results at a weekend meet in Glenwood Springs and placed third overall.
Lukens has been a staple on defense all year and helped the Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team advance to the Class 4A final four.
Essi Kenttala and Heather Gollnick picked up overall podium finishes in the HITS Triathlon Series last weekend in Grand Junction.
The Steamboat Springs Running Series returned Saturday with the Spirit Challenge.
Three Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse players were named to the 2013 Mountain all-league team Friday.
Shelby Miles will be reunited with her twin sister, Lindsay, after signing to play volleyball at CNCC in the fall.
The Steamboat Springs Running Series returns Saturday with the Spirit Challenge.
As Peter White has navigated his junior year of playing soccer, skiing Alpine and Nordic and playing lacrosse, there isn’t a person who can say White ever took a practice or a game off.
Despite missing the fall volleyball season and half the basketball season recovering from an ACL tear to her left knee, Nikki Fry showed why she is an elite athlete.
The challenge in front of Betsy Frick was daunting. The task was to restart a youth program from scratch with little to no help. But Frick said she had no reservations about the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team.
The Paddle Battle returns for its third year in Steamboat.
The competitive mountain bike season has started for some of Steamboat’s most avid cyclists.
Past one end zone, just outside the track and just under the Legacy Stadium scoreboard sat Bob Hiester somewhere in the confines of the Cracker Jack box locker room, giving one final post-game speech.
On Wednesday at Legacy Stadium in Aurora, Air Academy was a bit better and a bit more disciplined, coming away with a 6-4 win. For that, it will play for the school’s first state championship.
Players and coaches from the Air Academy and Steamboat lacrosse teams are ready for the Final Four matchup.
The ever-popular Eriksen Tour de Steamboat bike ride will have the same look this summer, but with one notable exception. The money raised during the event now will stay in Routt County.
Jeep threw a complete game, three-hitter against Glenwood Springs in a 6-1 win last week. He also hit a towering three-run home run in the game, providing all the insurance he needed.
The Steamboat Springs Running Series opened Saturday with the Hayden Cog Run. Participation reached 87 runners after just 48 ran last year.
The Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team reached uncharted territory Friday, when it beat Cheyenne Mountain, 10-9, to advance to the state semifinals.
No. 1 singles player Rachel Grubbs and No. 3 singles player Kira Lorenzen each advanced. The No. 2 doubles team of Brooke Metzler and Maddie Labor and the No. 4 doubles team of Sydney Boyd and Sabina Berend also advanced.
The Steamboat Springs Running Series opens on Saturday with the 34th annual Hayden Cog Run.
The Steamboat Springs boys lacrosse team to meet Cheyenne Mountain in the quarterfinals of the Class 4A state playoffs.
The Sailors knocked off Windsor on Wednesday to set up a Friday matchup at Cheyenne Mountain.
The Steamboat Springs baseball team swept a doubleheader Tuesday while the soccer team lost in the first round of the playoffs.
Haymaker Golf Course will open all 18 holes Saturday. There will be no tee times Saturday, with play on a first-come, first-serve, basis.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team fell in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs on Tuesday, losing, 3-1, to Windsor.
Wharton helped key the Sailors to a 2-0 weekend and a No. 6 seed in the Class 4A playoffs.
Catch up on how local athletes are doing for their college teams.
Steamboat program pioneer Bob Hiester reflects on storied career as his final season draws to a close
It always started with the stick. It began with how to hold it. What to do with it. Where to stand.
Flax brothers helping bring lacrosse to area youths
Andy and Jake Flax returned in early April to Monarch High School to help coach the Steamboat Springs High School boys freshman lacrosse team.
The Steamboat Springs girls lacrosse team played one of its best games of the year in falling 15-10 to Grand Junction.
Local prep sports teams' seasons wind down this weekend ahead of the postseason.
The Steamboat Springs girls soccer team lost to Palisade on Tuesday, falling, 3-1, in penalty kicks.
The Steamboat Springs girls lacrosse team picked up a win at Summit on Tuesday.
The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team was undone by a pair of errors Thursday, falling to Delta, 11-0, in six innings.
The Steamboat Golf Club is scheduled to open Saturday with other area courses not far behind.
Steamboat Springs' Blake Worsley recently qualified for the World Championships in Barcelona.
Steamboat Springs cyclist Amy Charity returned from California after competing for the first time with her pro cycling team, Vanderkitten.
Johnny Spillane's career is marked with shining moments. But it's the moments outside those that should be remembered most.
Eight Steamboat Springs High School seniors signed their national letters of intent Wednesday to play collegiate sports.
When Loretta Conway and her husband, Bill, started at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs, one of Loretta’s first calls was to local schools to see whether she could reinvigorate the Junior Tennis Expansion Initiative.
Routt County prep sports action this weekend is highlighted by the Steamboat girls soccer team playing a pair Thursday.
Meg O’Connell finished second in the girls 3,200 meter run Saturday at the Glenwood Springs Demon Invitational. O’Connell’s time of 12 minutes, 50.47 seconds was a career best.
The High Altitude Basketball team, composed of teams in sixth grade and up, recently competed in a pair of tournaments in Laramie, Wyo., and Denver.
In what amounted to an utter collapse, Steamboat lost composure and, eventually, the game Saturday. Valor Christian won, 11-10.