“The Telluride Snowboard Team did amazing at USASA Nationals, possibly our best all-time placing,” said Molly Cooney, coach at the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club.
Defensive Secondary Coach Chuck Alexander will step up to Defensive Coordinator for MHS football team.
Montrose Indians’ Defensive Coordinator Todd Handke heads to Salida, where he’ll be head coach for the 1A Salida Spartans.
The Ghostriders’ team of eight professional ski instructors were first up, with a box routine, completing set maneuvers involving short and medium radius turns, and scoring an 81.25.
TSSC named USSA’s Freestyle Club of the Year, thanks to local athletes 2012-13 season triumphs.
Telluride-bred freeskier Gus Kenworthy has his sights set on a trip to Sochi, Russia next year for the Olympics – and is on the right track, with a series of wins under his belt this winter.
Despite both Mavericks teams posting wins over the weekend at the ultra-competitive State Championship Tournament, the Norwood boys and girls teams fell in State quarterfinals, with the girls fight...
Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club’s Freestyle team notched solid results at Junior National championship last weekend in Park City; Junior World Championship and Nationals on the horizon.
If They Win Thursday’s Game, It’s on to State Tournament Saturday
Now it’s on to nationals, and Maybe Sochi.
Telluride skiers land U.S. Ski team spots.
The Telluride High School basketball teams have overcome their first post-season hurdle, as both the girls and boys teams triumphed over adversity last weekend.
Homecoming basketball games went the Demons’ way last Saturday, as Ridgway hosted old rivals, Ouray.
Telluride Boys’ basketball ranked #2 in the league, with two more games before tournament time.
Telluride takes three of 12 podiums at home-hosted NorAm moguls events.
Can you imagine what we would be talking about this week, if the 49ers had been able to come back and win the game? Believe me, there would be an investigation.
Seven Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club athletes, including Troy Tully (competing in his first NorAm event since suffering a broken femur at a NorAm event last winter), Keaton McCargo, Kealey Zaumse...
“It was great to see so much competitive travel to kick off the New Year,” said Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club Executive Director Justin Chandler of January activities.
It’s beginning to look too much like an act, which is something Ray Lewis supporters should worry about.
It’s hard to believe he’s innocent in this. All of the stories told, I think Te’o and his entire family are behind it.