Delta, Olathe, Mountain Village and Montrose have done it right and now its time for Ridgway and Telluride to join them in building real disc golf courses.
Two weeks ago, the Rockies seemed gone for the season. Since then, they’ve made an impressive comeback. Can they keep the current hope alive?
Montrose track and field, girls golf and boys swim teams all finish well at state competitions
Regional rivers will be relatively low and clear for the first half of the season, offering exceptional angling, according to longtime guide John Duncan.
Craig Wasserman – artist, skateboarder, snowboarder and educator – is a pretty mellow dude. Until you get him talking about kids and skateboarding. His summer camp starts next month.
A strong boys squad upended larger teams for the tournament title at the Grand Junction Border Battle tournament last weekend, a win that bodes well for the fall high school season.
Ouray’s Jaxon Gaita brought home a medal from the state track and field meet.
The team claimed a record number of medals, and both boys and girls came in second in overall team rankings.
Meet the Telluride Yankees, whose win-loss percentage is 1.00 (on a total payroll of $0.00).
Following the final regular-season track meet in Grand Junction last weekend, three Ouray/Ridgway athletes were qualified to attend the state championships in Lakewood.
Kenworthy stomped a perfect switch double 1620 in Whistler to take the Big Air World Championship.
McCargo claims first-ever Nationals medal at Dual Moguls event in Vermont
Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club Athletes Shine in End-of-Season Competitions Key: Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club
Prolific Ridgway scorer Tracy Hill is being inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame this July in Nashville, Tenn.
Make no mistake about it. The Mark Sanchez-Tim Tebow quarterback controversy is going to be one for the ages, and I want a front row seat for this drama.
The Montrose Indians are off to a good start for this year's baseball season.
Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club Freestylers roll into the end of the season with a flurry of events.
Considered the underdog by their bigger, Front Range rivals, Telluride pulled out all the stops at the Pepsi Center rink to take home the 2012 State Championship banner.