In their second slalom race of the season Jan. 20 at Eldora, the Lake County Lady Panthers of the Colorado High School Ski League placed consistently, taking fourth as a team.
The Salida High School boys’ basketball team ended a home winning streak for the Woodland Park Panthers Thursday, winning 62-39 and putting the Spartans at 11-1 overall and 6-0 in the league.
Salidan Noah Dorman, 14, won the boys ages 12-14 snowboard competition when Team Monarch’s big mountain skiers and snowboarders raced Saturday at Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Monarch Town Challenge participants, from left, Darlene and Mark Irvin of Nathrop and new Salidans Sami Wolniakowski and Ross Sherwood, who recently moved from Estes Park, chat at the après party at Elevation Beer Co. “I haven’t raced in a long time, but I still did it,” Wolniakowski said. S…
The Salida High School Lady Spartans basketball team reigned over the Atlas Preparatory School Lady Gryphons Friday at home, with freshman Braeden Johnson breaking a school record during the 67-11 win.
On a technical course, the boys and girls of the Lake County Panthers high school alpine ski team both placed sixth Jan. 6 in the Colorado High School Ski League’s first competition of the season, giant slalom races in Keystone and Loveland ski areas.
The Lake County Panthers boys’ and girls’ ski teams took fifth and sixth respectively in the Colorado High School Alpine Skiing League’s first slalom race Jan. 12 at Beaver Creek.
The Salida High School boys’ basketball team broke a 19-game losing streak against Colorado Springs Christian School Wednesday on Lions turf, winning 65-50, a feat not accomplished since 2009.
Team Monarch, Monarch Mountain’s ski and snowboard freeride team has started its season with a coed team of 14 skiers and six snowboarders ages 9-18.
It was a nail-biting last minute of play as the Salida High School girls’ basketball team gave Manitou Springs a run for their money on the road Friday, but the Lady Spartans came up short, losing 42-41.
The Salida High School wrestling team placed eighth at the Gunnison Cowboy Invitational Saturday at Western Colorado University, amidst several larger schools and tougher teams.
For local cornhole enthusiasts, a two-plus-hour drive to one of the closest leagues is no longer required to compete. High Mountain Baggers, founded by Mark Crawford and Brian Martinez, kicked off mid-October and has gathered a following of 12-16 competitors per tournament, held weekly at Po…
Dwarfed by steep competition from the Front Range, the Salida High School swim team finished with some of their fastest times but placed 14th at the Cheyenne Mountain Invitational Saturday in Colorado Springs.
From deep in the corner, with seconds remaining on the clock, the Pagosa Springs Pirates buried a 3-point shot to punch the Salida High School boys’ basketball team with their first loss, 41-38, Thursday at home.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds winter outdoor enthusiasts to take the right precautions and use the correct equipment to stay safe when ice fishing, skating, sledding or snowshoeing.
The Salida High School girls’ basketball team navigated tough tides against the Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates at their home game Thursday but pulled off a 38-31 win after a tight, continuous battle.
The Salida High School girls’ swim team took second place in the Gunnison Invitational Saturday, individuals winning several competitions with many qualifying for state.
The Salida Spartans athletic teams had a good weekend, with the Lady Spartans basketball team beating league opponent Rye 49-24 at Ball Arena in Denver, before the Denver Nuggets game Saturday.
It was a clash of the 3A Titans Thursday, as No. 3-ranked Salida hosted the No. 1-ranked Centauri Falcons, with the mighty Spartans bringing home the victory, 54-36.
Both the Salida High School Lady Spartans and the Ellicott Lady Thunderhawks basketball teams got off to a slow start Wednesday in Ellicott, and the Lady Spartans were never able to get into gear, losing 51-24.
Saturday will be a big day for Salida High School sports, with the wrestling team hosting the Rob Mickel Tournament all day Saturday, while the Lady Spartans basketball team will play Rye at Ball Arena in Denver at 2 p.m. Saturday, before the Nuggets take on the Utah Jazz at 7 p.m.
After a slow start at Ellicott Wednesday, the Salida High School boys’ basketball team managed to ground the Thunderhawks 57-38 in their first league game of the season.
The Salida High School girls’ swim team hosted their first, and only, home meet Wednesday, and splashed their way to first place, with 218 points, beating Kent Denver (125), Pagosa Springs (87) and St. Mary’s (56).
Tanner Farnsworth, 8, made the most baskets – 14 of 25 attempts – in the 51st annual Elks Hoop Shoot Saturday at Salida High School.