A look at what made OCW sports headlines in 2008.
A year of ski highlights.
In 2008, THS basketball flies high on talents of full-ride scholarship-winner Mike Matthews and Coach of the Year Mike Hughes; U-19 hockey girls win state while cheerleading squad falls one hand-gr...
Lady Miners fall to the Bears Saturday in Dolores
Joe Discoe will join brother Jimmy on U.S. Freestyle Ski Team’s C Team this season following his second place finish at a U.S. Selections event in Winter Park.
Telluride’s defending girls hockey champs floated through three shutout games at the Hanley Rink over the weekend.
Gymnastics program takes flight at Telluride Academy
2008/09 high school basketball season is underway.
After two days of hard hitting hockey action in the Hanley on Saturday, the Telluride Midgets were left with two losses.
The park will open Dec. 20 for the season; membership for the season is only $40.
Bridal Veil Falls opens officially to climbers, but only expert climbers are welcome – and here’s the checklist!
The CAIC holds its annual fundraiser in Ouray on Dec. 4.
Get ready for more soap opera stylings in the NFL as Favre makes a run at the Super Bowl. That’s right, the old man is gunning for the postseason.
The THS cheer squad will perform its most difficult routine to date at Regionals on Saturday.
Ridgway/Ouray Climbing Team eyeing new summits this season.
Colorado’s bighorn sheep population has increased dramatically, but still needs protection.
Telluride Nordic Association gears up for winter.
The U12 Shockwave soccer team went 2-1 in the Cortez Panther Prowl over the weekend.
THS freshman Josephine Bush finished 10th at the State Meet in Fort Collins on Saturday.
Lady Miners finish season at Districts with two losses and a win.