In its three seasons, the Steamboat Hockey Classic has already offered major benefits, more than $100,000, to youth hockey in Steamboat Springs. It will surely add to that total this weekend, as the event skates back into town with a roster of more than a dozen former NHLers and the Hanson brothers, players and actors in the 1977 movie "Slap Shot."
The Steamboat Wranglers hockey team was one mistake away from the end of its season at one point Saturday, playing in double overtime in a must-win playoff game at Aspen, the league’s 2016 champions.
With a new head coach in place, the Steamboat Springs football program looks to take the next step by posting the remaining coaching positions.
Steamboat Springs sophomore Delaney Moon scored two goals Tuesday, including an overtime game winner, as the Sailors topped the Battle Mountain Huskies in the home opener.
Steamboat Springs ski racer and longtime local Sue White raced to a gold medal at the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games in Austria.
A pair of girls from Steamboat Springs head to national tournament as part of Aspen Leaf's U14 AA girls hockey team.
USSA Rocky/Central U14 Alpine Monday Boys Slalom, race 1 Jordan Simon, SSWSC, 38.09 Adam Berghult, Buck Hill, 38.35 Samuel Packer, Ski Club Vail, 38.65
Steamboat Springs Winter Spots Club racers shined on final day of the USSA Rocky Central U14 Alpine Skiing Championships
The Steamboat Springs, Soroco and Hayden high school track teams fired from their seasons’ starting line Sunday. The three local teams combined for 27 top-10 finishes on Friday at the Rifle Invitational, their first meet of the season.
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“He didn’t fall. He didn’t mess up. It wasn’t a surprise. That’s just what he does.”
Nicolas Richeda, Jack Reich, Noah Riemenschneider and Marat Washburn were among 11 boys to qualify at the Rocky/Central Regional Championships this week in Vail.
After a 9-6 win Saturday at home against Durango, the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team improved to 5-0 on the season, this after it won only five games all season a year ago.
The Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team lost Friday playing on the road at Golden.
They just keep winning, and Saturday their fans will have a chance to see if the streak will continue.