The Lakers have Kobe. The Celtics have an entire team of talent.
Local track stars head to state.
With Telluride Lady Miners win of League Championship soccer title comes home State Preliminary Playoff match against Aspen Wednesday
Overall, Montrose High School outrivaled all of the 19-team competition last week in Montrose.
Home opener game ends with Telluride taking historic 2-1 win over Durango Demons; Miners remain undefeated in league with flurry of home games on the horizon.
Cooney clan claim high spots in overall combined rankings; Team Telluride makes its mark on National Snowboard scene.
MHS girls hope the victory will reignite a mid-season win streak, with important matches ahead.
The Montrose Indians just couldn’t get around strong Tigers pitching this week. The team hopes to return to their winning ways against Fruita at Suplizio Field this weekend.
Track and Field season is underway for local high school teams. Ouray’s Sackman lands a 1st in the triple jump at Delta; Telluride’s Ludwig finishes 2nd in 100m high hurdles.
Ridgway Demons take Third at State Basketball Tourney
Trojans and Demons take wing in regional basketball tourney, overcoming their adversaries to move to the Great Eight this week; both teams play Thursday in Pueblo.
Trojans oust Demons for District Title.
Ridgway High School puts the finishing touches on its brand spanking new gym that, officials are keeping their fingers crossed, will play host to this year’s high school graduation.
“Before, it just wasn’t clicking. We’d go to state with good kids, same kids we have now, and not win. But this year was different,” says Montrose High head wrestling coach Kevin Passehl.
Telluride Freestylers shine in Rocky Mountain Freestyle home meet
Telluride fellows Chason Russell and Kelli Gleason also place.
Major will also compete against U.S. Olympic team members this month at a National Development System event in Park City; other TSSC alpine racers continue to shine in 2010.
Telski plans to open a new Superpipe next week, with nighttime hours Thursday through Sunday.
Despite a shaky foundation, Ouray boys basketball has risen to the top with a 7-1 record