Wednesday win over Summit improves Steamboat to 11-4 overall with three games remaining in the regular season. Next, Mullen (3-11-1) comes to the Yampa Valley for a 6:30 p.m. game Friday
The Steamboat Springs High School Alpine skiing team has its only home meet of the season Friday, and there will be plenty of excitement for local fans, with one local girl and a handful of local boys having great chances to win the slalom race on Howelsen Hill.
Wrestling teams hope to prove regional ready
Local high school wrestling teams are headed for the regional tournament, while Steamboat and Soroco basketball teams will play their final home games of the regular season this weekend, saying farewell to some very successful senior classes.
Raya Duryea pretty much sent Steamboat Springs girls basketball to the district tournament Tuesday night.
The Sailors proved themselves to be road warriors again, knocking off Battle Mountain, 65-47, in Edwards for an Eagle County sweep in 2016.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club ski jumpers left the mountains last week and headed for the plains for a major competition. They came away with plenty of strong performances.
At just 15, snowboarder Chloe Kim already has back-to-back X Games wins. She’s headed off this week to the Youth Olympic Games followed by the European X Games in Oslo, and has PyeongChang firmly in her sights – the homeland of her Korean parents.
Young Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club moguls skiers made the most of a trip last month to Arapahoe Basin.
Hayden and Soroco both go to Grand Junction for their regional, while Steamboat heads to Montrose. Regional action gets underway late Friday afternoon and will conclude Saturday.
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.
The Winter Sports Club on Tuesday night will meet with the City Council for a work session focused on the historic ski hill's future.
Steamboat’s league will look a lot different from recent years, but with some familiarity as well. Currently dubbed “Conference F,” the Sailors will play in a league with Aspen, Basalt, Coal Ridge, Roaring Fork and Moffat County.
How does a ski legend, a man that once went 147 miles per hour down the face of a mountain, wind down after launching himself nearly 100 feet off a ski jump? He grabs an energy drink.
The Steamboat Springs High School Nordic ski team competed Saturday at The Club at Cordillera in a three-kilometer mass start classic and pursuit skate race, hosted by Eagle Valley High School.
The frustrating thing for Taylor Gold is that he wasn’t even doing anything particularly dangerous.