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Craig Sports Briefs for Oct. 12, 2015: Doak Walker championships this week

The Craig Police Department Packers won their final regular season game in the Craig Parks & Recreation Doak Walker tackle football fifth- and sixth-grade league to remain undefeated and will rematch with the Hayden Tigers Tuesday for the championship title. The Hayden Tigers of the third- and fourth-grade league also have yet to lose and will face off with the Boy-Ko Supply Broncos Wednesday. Playoff games will take place at Woodbury Sports Complex Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, while the battle for first place is Tuesday and Wednesday night at the Bulldog Proving Grounds of Moffat County High School.

The regular season for Craig Parks & Recreation'sCraig Parks & Recreation’s Doak Walker tackle football wrapped up last week and teams now move into their playoffs and championships starting Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday games will determine the league’s top teams in fifth- and sixth-grades and third- and fourth grades, respectively. Doak Walker tackle football wrapped up last week and teams now move into their playoffs and championships starting Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday games will determine the league's top teams in fifth- and sixth-grades and third- and fourth grades, respectively.

Craig Parks & Recreation's Doak Walker tackle football wrapped up last week and teams now move into their playoffs and championships starting Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday games will determine the league's top teams in fifth- and sixth-grades and third- and fourth grades, respectively.

Playoff games are at 5:15 p.m. at Woodbury Sports Complex, while the championships will be played at 6:45 p.m. at Moffat County High School's Bulldog Proving Grounds.

The Craig Police Department Packers are undefeated in the older league, coming off a huge win of 41-0 last Tuesday against the second-place Hayden Tigers, and the two squads will have rematch for the big prize.

The younger Tigers also have yet to lose, but the Boy-Ko Supply Broncos will seek to dethrone the only team to beat them this year, both of them gaining sizable triumphs to end the regular season.

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Boy-Ko Supply Broncos vs. Cook Chevrolet Chargers, 31-6

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MondayMonday

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TuesdayTuesday

Tuesday

Craig Police Department Packers vs. Hayden Tigers (at MCHS)

Wagner Construction — Wagner Rock 49ers vs. Craig Daily Press Broncos

Masterworks Mechanical Cardinals vs. Monday winner

WednesdayWednesday

Wednesday

Hayden Tigers vs. Boy-Ko Supply Broncos (at MCHS)

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Western Slope North League roundup

Moffat County High School varsity football remains the leaders of the 2A Western Slope North LeagueMoffat County High School varsity football remains the leaders of the 2A Western Slope North League with a 4-2 overall and 2-0 conference record after a with a 4-2 overall and 2-0 conference record after a 38-7 win Friday night with visiting Basalt38-7 win Friday night with visiting Basalt (2-4, 1-1). (2-4, 1-1).

Moffat County High School varsity football remains the leaders of the 2A Western Slope North League with a 4-2 overall and 2-0 conference record after a 38-7 win Friday night with visiting Basalt (2-4, 1-1).

Figuring in total wins for the season, Coal Ridge and Roaring Fork are neck and neck for second place both 3-3 and 1-1, the Titans getting a victory on the road in Aspen (2-4, 0-2), taking down the Skiers, 32-26, whereas the Rams' league opener win against Aspen didn't carry over into their home meeting with Battle Mountain, the Huskies on top Friday at 24-14, to make them 2-3 and 1-1.

This week, the Bulldogs play their final away game against Coal Ridge in New Castle, Roaring Fork battles in Basalt and Aspen heads to Edwards to meet Battle Mountain.

Basketball fundraiser announces winner

The Moffat County High School girls basketball program hosted its annual golf ball drop fundraiser Friday night before the Homecoming football game, with a $1,000 prize going to Melissa Farley.

Players sold more about 400 entries starting in the summer. The contest regularly raises about $4,000 for the teams.

Zombie 5K takes place week before Halloween

Grand Futures Prevention CoalitionGrand Futures Prevention Coalition and Moffat County Teen Council will host the inaugural Zombie 5K Walk/Run at 3 p.m. Oct. 24 at Loudy-Simpson Park’s Nature Trails. and Moffat County Teen Council will host the inaugural Zombie 5K Walk/Run at 3 p.m. Oct. 24 at Loudy-Simpson Park's Nature Trails.

Grand Futures Prevention Coalition and Moffat County Teen Council will host the inaugural Zombie 5K Walk/Run at 3 p.m. Oct. 24 at Loudy-Simpson Park's Nature Trails.

Organizers will have zombies in costume ready to chase participants and all who run are encouraged to dress for the occasion. Prizes will be available for the best zombie attire and makeup.

Early registration is available through Oct. 18 and is $45 for teams of five of any age, $15 for a single adult or $7 for an individual youth. People can only sign up solo after the early deadline, $20 for an adult, $10 for youths. The day of the event will feature registration starting at 1 p.m.

Proceeds will go toward Teen Council's efforts in providing local elementary schools with Friendship BenchesFriendship Benches, designed to promote kindness and reduce bullying., designed to promote kindness and reduce bullying.

Friendship Benches, designed to promote kindness and reduce bullying.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/grandfutureshttps://www.facebook.com/grandfutures to register or do so at the Grand Futures Office at 50 College Drive Ste. 100; Horizons Specialized Services, 356 Ranney St.; or KS Kreations, 523 Yampa Ave. to register or do so at the Grand Futures Office at 50 College Drive Ste. 100; Horizons Specialized Services, 356 Ranney St.; or KS Kreations, 523 Yampa Ave.

https://www.facebook.com/grandfutures to register or do so at the Grand Futures Office at 50 College Drive Ste. 100; Horizons Specialized Services, 356 Ranney St.; or KS Kreations, 523 Yampa Ave.

For more information, call 970-824-5752 or email cassandra@grandfutures.orgcassandra@grandfutures.org, with any questions or information on how to be a sponsor., with any questions or information on how to be a sponsor.cassandra@grandfutures.org, with any questions or information on how to be a sponsor.

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