Big plays did the Steamboat Springs High School football team in on Saturday night during a road trip to play at Grand Junction Central.
21-0 win sets Steamboat team apart
The Steamboat Springs Middle School seventh-grade football team wrapped up an undefeated season with a 21-0 win against Craig on Saturday.
The Steamboat volleyball took care of business at home against Rifle, winning in three sets.
The Sailors beat the visiting Bulldogs 7-1 Saturday at Gardner Field. They next play Tuesday at Summit County.
Steamboat’s Tatum Burger wins girls race
Nothing like a short travel time to bring out the best in long-distance runners. The Moffat County High School cross country boys and girls teams each won first place in the Bulldog Invitational, their home event Saturday morning at Loudy-Simpson Park, with Steamboat Springs squads each placing second.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team was happy that when action finally wrapped up Thursday night playing on the road at Summit, the Sailors had emerged with a victory.
SSHS tennis defeated Colorado Springs Christian and Evergreen on Wednesday. The Sailors next play Grand Junction Central and Montezuma-Cortez on Saturday, their final matches before regional play.
Soroco and Hayden clash again Friday night in volleyball, one of the highlights of this weekend's high school sports schedule.
The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team recorded its top result of the season on Sunday, cruising to a second-place finish in the Haymaker Classic race in Eagle.
Duke University's Gregory A. Dale will be in Steamboat Springs Monday and Tuesday. Parents are encouraged to attend his session Tuesday evening.
It’s safe to say the Steamboat Springs High School boys’ soccer team has this overtime thing down pat. On Saturday against visiting Palmer Ridge at Gardner Field, the Sailors escaped with a 3-2 overtime win, their second OT win in as many games and third in three tries this season.
The SSHS boys' tennis team lost 6-1 to two-time defending 4A state champ Kent Denver on Saturday in Steamboat.
After winning nine straight matches, it’s no surprise the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team had developed lofty dreams. But as Thursday’s 3-1 loss to Eagle Valley at home showed, it’s not always a good idea to look too far ahead.
Once it started, the Steamboat Springs High School football team could do little to stop the onslaught of points put on them by visiting Delta Friday night at Gardner Field, where they fell 49-0 to open league play.
The kick looked a bit like desperation as the clock rolled into the final minute of play in overtime, but Steamboat Springs High School senior Jack Salyer assured everyone he knew exactly what he was doing.