Regional high school sports teams stole the spotlight in 2009 sports news, with some teams (like Norwood’s football and Ridgway’s boys soccer) making school history with their momentous achievement...
The lowdown on Telluride’s Dec. 17-20 Visa Snowboardcoss World Cup, which airs on NBC Saturday, Dec. 26, at 1 p.m. ET on NBC.
A USSA press release reports results from Telluride's World Cup.
Conditions were great, the course was top-notch, but Americans lagged behind France, Canada, Switzerland and Germany.
With ice being made seven days a week this year and a water delivery system upgrade, the Ouray Ice Park could have the best ice climbing conditions it has ever had.
The Broncos losses have come against teams that stop the run. And Indianapolis doesn’t.
News flash! Maybe the guy just doesn’t like onions. Jarvis comes up with a convincing story for Tiger Woods.
Norwood Mavericks go down, 12-42, to Eagles, but it was still a GREAT season!
“Future is bright” for THS team, after dominating State Championships show last weekend in Fort Collins
Regional Champs Ridgway make it to the second round for the first time after beating Coal Ridge at home on Monday, 1-0.
Up two, down two – Ridgway U12 Lightning enjoyed their final soccer games of the season, including a Socctoberfest Tournament in New Mexico.
Ridgway boys hope to get through preliminary round, extending their so-far undefeated 2009 season.
Maybe the Broncos should keep wearing those sick vintage uniforms.
Tired of fans of American League teams talking trash? So, go Phillies! Beat the Dodgers! And if the Dodgers beat the Phillies, go Angels! Confused? Go Broncos!
Ridgway’s Lightning strikes twice – in Telluride, and at Copa Del Sol
A man-hug bigger than a winning touchdown.
Miners need three divisional victories to win the divisional title.
Marathoner Paul Reich, who felt more like a “tortoise” than a “hare” this time out on the 132-mile Telluride-to-Moab Just for Kids’ Mountains to Desert Bike Road, says the slow racers are the real ...
Sometimes a true fan has to boo.
In their first volleyball meeting of the season, the Telluride Miners took three matches over Ridgway, partly thanks to empty seats on the Demons’ bench.