The seventh grade players on coach Ken Olinger's team were excited to come away with wins at home Friday night against Steamboat Springs.
The B and C squads came away with victories against the Sailors, while the A squad fell just short.
"The B and C teams played well," Olinger said. "But the A team came out a little flat."
Craig Middle School held Steamboat to ten points in the C game, and were up 12-8 at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Steamboat would only score once more before regulation ran out to put the final at 21-10 in favor of CMS.
The B squad game was similar to the C squad, with CMS coming out ahead 8-4 at the half. During the second half, CMS pulled away, scoring 14 points to Steamboat's seven, to secure the 10-point victory, 22-11.
For Olinger things were looking good going into the third and final game of the night with his A team.
However, early foul trouble led to players on the bench more than the floor and a 43-19 loss for CMS.
The eighth grade teams also played three games against Steamboat, and came out of all three unscathed.
The C squad down by a point at half time rallied in the second half for a 1-point victory, downing the Sailors 23-22.
The B game was just as close with CMS and Steamboat tied 14-14 at half time.
However, the B squad pulled away in the last two quarters and scored 23 points for a 37-22 victory.
The final game of the night for CMS was the A squad game. Coming out in the first quarter, CMS rolled to a 10-point lead and by half time CMS was up 19 points.
The third quarter started and CMS continued to build momentum, finishing out the game with a 55-19 victory.
The next home game for CMS teams is 4 p.m. Nov. 17.