Jeremy Cota isn’t retired. Or, at least he’s not very retired, given the fact that he plans to compete this week at the U.S. Freestyle Moguls National Championships, which start Thursday on Voodoo run at Steamboat Ski Area.
Goals from Sophie Leeson and Keelan Vargas helped power the Steamboat Springs High School girls soccer team to its second win against Summit in four days.
When Kim Hess thinks back on her summit day, May 20, 2016, she remembers just a few things after those final steps to the top of the world.
The Steamboat Wranglers got every possible second they could out of their inaugural season of hockey — 40 games in the regular season, then two post-season series, each played to the maximum three possible games.
A group of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club U14 and U16 Alpine skiers took care of one final bit of business Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Breckenridge before some of those skiers will head this week to the national championships in Sugarloaf, Maine.
After a loss Saturday, the Steamboat Springs High School boys lacrosse team is 2-3 on the season, and its three losses have come by one goal each.
Despite a 1-2 record, Steamboat baseball coach Rusty McRight said he's seeing a lot of improvements from his team.
The Slash and Burned Banked Slalom may be the one event where it doesn’t pay to be an active snowboard competitor.
A trip to a Front Range tournament left the Steamboat Springs girls tennis team with plenty to work on.
Sophie Leeson was admittedly nervous Saturday when a lane suddenly opened between her and the goal. She's scored plenty of goals in her life, but it was her first, best chance on the high school's varsity team.