Craig sports briefs for May 6


Results from Tiger Invitational

Team scores


2. MCHS 80


8. MCHS 33

Girls 100-meter dash

3. Erin Urbanoski 13.19

Girls 200-meter dash

7. Angie Charchalis 27.59

Girls 400-meter run

12. Megan Knez 1:05.38

Girls 800-meter run

1. Alicia Nelson 2:16.92

12. Nike Cleverly 2:38.21

Girls 1600-meter run

1. Alicia Nelson 5:08.58

4. Maddy Jourgensen 5:26.53

Girls 3200-meter run

5. Katy Nottingham 12:54.15

Girls 4x100-meter relay

4. MCHS 51.74

Girls 4x400-meter relay

7. MCHS 4:19.58

Girls 4x800-meter relay

1. MCHS 9:53.15

Girls 800 sprint medley relay

2. MCHS 1:54.50

Girls long jump

1. Erin Urbanoski 17-09.00

Girls shot put

6. Myiah Bengston 33-02.25

Girls discus

4. Myiah Bengston 103-10

Boys 100-meter dash

27. Aaron Nielson 12.56

Boys 200-meter dash

10. Colton Conrad 24.08

27. Aaron Nielson 25.39

Boys 800-meter run

6. Mike McNicol 2:01.53

11. Paul Nelson 2:06.66

Boys 110-meter hurdles

16. Cole DuBois 17.99

Boys 300-meter hurdles

19. Cole DuBois 46.22

Boys 4x200-meter relay

5. MCHS 1:34.42

Boys 4x400-meter relay

6. MCHS 3:35.55

Boys 4x800-meter relay

3. MCHS 8:25.56

Boys triple jump

3. Brian Ivy 40-06.25

8. Aaron Nielson 38-00.50

Boys shot put

3. JT Haddan 48-10.00

Boys discus

5. JT Haddan 151-10

Bad Dog places seventh at nationals

Nine-year-old Craig resident Deven Mosman, a Bad Dog Youth Wrestling team member, placed seventh April 26 in Columbus, Ohio, at the Youth Wrestling National Championships.

Mosman compiled a record of 2-2 in the 9 and younger, 90-pound midget classification.

Mosman won his first match by pin, lost his second via the three-count, earned a come-from-behind pin in his third match and was shut out, 10-0, in his tournament finale.

As a top-8 finisher, Mosman qualified for next year's national championships.

Bad Dog fundraiser tonight at Holiday Inn

The Bad Dog youth wrestling team hosts its annual fundraiser tonight.

An auction begins at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn of Craig.

Items to be auctioned range from haircuts and massages to 18 holes of golf and an autographed Randy Moss picture.

All proceeds go to the wrestling team.


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