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Moffat County soccer takes it to overtime in final home game

Bulldog goalie fulfills high school career objective with penalty kick goal

The MCHS girls soccer team wrapped its final home game with a 3-2 defeat to Rifle, a match that went into overtime and proved to be one of their finest outings of the season. The team’s last game of the year was originally to be a Thursday home game against Colorado Rocky Mountain School, but another schedule conflict changed it to Wednesday on the road for the Bulldogs, which moved up the Senior Day festivities as the team said farewell to Walker, Jennifer Aguirre and Wendy Gomez.

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Craig Sports Briefs for May 4, 2016: BCA Pool League ends season, preps for championships

Craig Billiards Congress of America Pool League recently completed its regular season at The Popular Bar, 24 W. Victory Way. After 23 weeks of games, The Untouchables stand in first place for the season for the Sunday 9-ball league along with captain James Barrett, while the Monday 8-ball series has Jay Harris Out 4 Blood in the lead by a mere six points. However, the year is not over yet. The city championships will take place starting at 11 a.m. May 14 and 15 at The Popular. 9-ball will shoot Saturday and 8-ball Sunday to determine which teams will qualify for the BCAPL National Championships in July in Las Vegas. Games will go all day with the finals taking place at about 8 p.m. each night.

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Fantasy Sports Fix: My fantasy baseball team — Hot or not?

I think it's about that time to check in on my one and only fantasy baseball team. This team is in a points league with 12 total participants. At this point, I'm in seventh place but have won two weeks in a row after losing the first two weeks. At some point, preferably early in the season, there comes a time when you need to assess your team. I'll do it again in a couple months, and then again before the end of the year.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of May 2, 2016

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

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Craig Sports Briefs for May 2, 2016: Moffat County swimmer Jesse Kurz hits state time

During the Griffin Invitational hosted by the D51 boys team Saturday in Grand Junction, Moffat County High School’s Jesse Kurz qualified for the state championships in the 100-yard freestyle event, placing second at 53.03 seconds. Kurz also won the 50 free race, only a fraction of a second from qualifying in that event as well at 24.05.

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Former Moffat County coach Roman Gutierrez headed for Hall of Fame

Gutierrez led Bulldog wrestlers to five state titles in 31-year career with team

For decades of service to his sport, a former Moffat County High School coach will be getting his due next week. Roman Gutierrez will be inducted into the Colorado Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with a ceremony that takes place May 7 at the Marriott Hotel in Colorado Springs.

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Home meet is sweet for Moffat County track

Bulldogs place 1st, take 16 events at Clint Wells Invitational

The bluster of a typical Northwest Colorado spring day was well met by Moffat County High School track and field athletes who walked away from their home meet victorious. The Bulldogs won both the boys and girls overall title of Friday’s Clint Wells Invitational, and while having a full roster was beneficial, having multiple first-place finishes didn’t hurt either, winning 16 individual events, girls nine and boys seven.

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Craig Sports Briefs for April 30, 2016: Rodeo rides in Henderson

Moffat County High School rodeo athletes had another sizable weekend while competing in Henderson, including a win for Cutter Barnes and Dusty Taylor in the team roping event to move up to third place in the state standings.

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Craig Sports Briefs for April 29, 2016: Moffat County baseball reschedules game

Due to poor field conditions Thursday, the Moffat County High School varsity baseball team has postponed its game with Aspen to 4 p.m. May 9 at the Craig Middle School field, 915 Yampa Ave. The varsity and JV Bulldogs had also planned to play Meeker Tuesday, which had to be called off due to rain. There is currently no plan to reschedule those games.

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Moffat County, Steamboat soccer teams mix it up Wednesday

Sailors claim 10-0 win in non-conference rivalry game

The Moffat County and Steamboat Springs high school girls soccer teams have had drastically different seasons this year, and though it was an effort to get the two schools together after two postponements, the rivalry game was one full of energy. The Sailors took a 10-0 win while in Craig Wednesday in a game that Steamboat girls eventually commandeered but not without an early resistance by the Bulldogs.

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Fantasy Sports Fix: Working the waiver wire

With nearly a month of baseball behind us, it's time to take a first look at the waiver wire and see who is worthy of a roster spot on your team. It might be time to replace a player or two on your fantasy baseball team, so I'll be highlighting a handful of players who are playing well recently who should be considered.

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Moffat County girls golf weathers tough conditions in home event

Western Slope teams to return to Yampa Valley Golf Course for regionals

The precipitation coming down Tuesday at Yampa Valley Golf Course may not have been as big as the spheres being hit by players, but it was enough to end the day early. Wind and rain provided a tough tome during the Moffat County High School girls golf Invitational, but when a wave of hail struck the course midway through the tournament, organizers decided to bring everyone into the clubhouse and call things off midway through the event.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of April 25, 2016

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

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Craig Sports Briefs for April 25, 2016: Youth track program begins Monday

The Spring Youth Track & Field program will host sign-ups at 5 p.m. Monday at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane. Practices will begin the same day at 5:30 p.m. with additional sessions April 26 and May 2, 3 and 9, concluding with a youth meet at 5 p.m. May 10. The program is available to young athletes in kindergarten through sixth-grade. The cost is $25 per child and includes a t-shirt and ribbons.

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Craig’s Sheyenne Cromer bowls over competition at state

Teen to compete in national event this summer

The idea of qualifying for a national event was so nice, Sheyenne Cromer just had to do it twice. Breakout bowling star Cromer won the 2016 Colorado Pepsi Youth Championship Tournament for girls 20 and under, held April 16 and 17 in Fort Collins. The Craig teen was not the only competitor from Northwest Colorado to bowl at the event, as fellow local rollers Trent Hillewaert and Chase Peed also made it to state, though she was the last one left standing in the finals.

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