At 10 a.m. Saturday, Moffat County High School’s Class of 2013 will make its transition from students to graduates, and despite the excitement about what the future holds for the departing senior class, graduation also is a time when people often contemplate the past and the steps taken in order to walk across the stage for their diplomas.
With all they have accomplished off the field this year, members of Moffat County High School’s Class of 2013 made sure to get their money’s worth on the field in the final seasons of their high school careers. In a school year that saw eight varsity teams make the regional or state rounds in postseason tournaments, MCHS athletics were buoyed by tremendous participation from this year’s senior class.
Every year, students get involved with managing Moffat County High School’s sports teams and taking care of all sorts of behind-the-scenes work. For the past four years, the football and basketball teams have had it good with Erica Dilldine as their trainer and manager.
Cotton candy, funnel cakes and ice cream are only a few of the treats on hand to give Craig patrons the sugar buzz they need to hit all the rides at this year’s Brown’s Carnival.
- Beth and Luke Myers, Craig, a boy.
- Dane and Abbey Lyon, Denver, a girl.
- Jacob and Brittnie Pearson, a girl.
- Aristel Nopee and John R. Sims, Craig, a boy.
- Matilde Silva Tarango and Jaime Quintana Soto, Craig, a girl.