The Soroco High School girls track team could be on the verge of its best season in years, but with three weeks remaining before the state track meet, things could go very right or very wrong.
Hayden hasn't qualified more than four athletes for the state track meet since 2011, but the Tigers are deeper in talent than they've been in that time and, thanks to a big batch of contending relays, poised for a breakthrough.
The storage wax may only just be set on the skis, but mountain biking season is already inbound for those Steamboat Springs riders who didn’t make a Closing Day run for the desert.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club U16 skiers finally approached the end of their season last week, competing at a pair of events across the continent.
Soroco, Steamboat track teams score wins
It wasn’t the spots in which his team placed this weekend that had Hayden High School track and field coach Pat Moore excited as he considered his track team heading into the final stretch of the season.
For some athletes, the thrill of pushing themselves in one sport is simply not enough, and they find excitement in physically challenging themselves in multiple areas. The concept is part of what’s making triathlon one of the fastest-growing sports in America.
At least 137 people died in accidents at the state’s ski resorts since the 2006-07 season.
NCAA skiing will be back in Steamboat Springs in a big way next spring.
Members of the Steamboat Springs High School girls high school tennis team traveled to Grand Junction Thursday, hoping to upset the league-leading Bulldogs, but left the field with a sense of progress they hope will lead to more success this season and next.
When all the superlative awards are added up, the end result should have been predictable. From top to bottom, it was a stellar year for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, and a crop of big awards this week acknowledged as much.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team is in the midst of the best season in the history of the program, and Thursday, the team’s aptitude paid off in a way it rarely has in the past for the Sailors.
Steamboat freeskiers closed their season in style at Copper Mountain.
Soroco senior picks Sterling College
DaKota Bruner stood in the nearly empty gymnasium where she’d accomplished so much and it felt like a goodbye.
The adaptive tennis program is ready to serve up fun and continues to prove that tennis is about a lot more than points, games and matches.
A new coach and general manager is coming in to take over the Steamboat Wranglers junior hockey team.