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Gunnison Cowboys outgun Moffat County volleyball

Thursday’s Steamboat Springs game is Senior Night

The Lady Bulldogs lost, 3-0, hosting the Lady Cowboys, of Gunnison, during the weekend in some of their closest matches to date: a pair of 25-23 sets followed by a 25-21 set.

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Moffat County football victorious in 34-0 clash with Coal Ridge Titans

In its final home game of the regular season, MCHS varsity football achieved a 34-0 win over the Titans of New Castle’s Coal Ridge High School, escalating their record to 3-4.

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Moffat County volleyball comes up short against Coal Ridge

Coal Ridge High School swept the Lady Bulldogs Thursday night in 25-10, 25-12 and 25-17 sets, landing MCHS with a 4-11 overall record.

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Moffat County football ready and raring for Coal Ridge

Friday match also Senior Night, pink game

The Bulldogs will host the Coal Ridge Titans in their last home game of the season. Both are part of a four-way tie within the 2A Western Slope North League, along with Aspen and Basalt, that could send any of them to the playoffs.

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Moffat County soccer triumphs, 4-2, against Rifle

Team has rainy Thursday, 4-0 loss against Roaring Fork

The Bulldogs came out strong Wednesday against the Rifle Bears to claim a 4-2 win, their first since playing Grand Valley on Sept. 6.

Craig Sports Briefs for Oct. 8, 2014: Moffat County sports to raise breast cancer awareness

The Moffat County High School athletics teams will show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month this week by playing pink games. The color, associated with the breast cancer cause, will be widespread in Thursday, Friday and Saturday events where representatives of The Memorial Hospital will be distributing plenty of materials to promote awareness.

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Yampa Valley Friends of NRA bite more than the bullet together

Saturday night contained as much fun as the Yampa Valley Friends of the National Rifle Association could stand without shooting guns.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of Oct. 6, 2014

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

Craig Sports Briefs for Oct. 6, 2014: College volleyball to play in Craig

The Spartans of Colorado Northwestern Community College will face off Monday against Laramie County Community College in a match free to the public in the gym at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane.

West Grand takes out Hayden in 3 sets

The Hayden High School volleyball team gave West Grand all it wanted in two sets, but couldn’t keep it going in the third, and in the end the Mustangs came away with a three-set sweep on Saturday in Kremmling.

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Moffat County volleyball battles to 3-0 loss to Olathe

Coach: Players returning to higher quality

The Bulldogs took on the Olathe Pirates, who plundered their way to a 3-0 win against MCHS.

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Moffat County football topples Basalt, 49-6

The Bulldogs had their first league win and their best game yet of the season against the Basalt Longhorns, in a 49-6 slaughter.

Tigers knock out De Beque, look ahead to weekend

The Hayden High School volleyball team picked up its fourth win of the season Thursday, knocking off De Beque at home in four sets.

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Moffat County volleyball falls, 3-0, to Grand Valley

Bulldogs to face Olathe in weekend match

After a sweep of Aspen last week, the Lady Bulldogs were on the wrong side of the 3-0 results this time with visiting Grand Valley beating them, 25-12, 25-17 and 25-13.

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Defense key for Moffat County football in Friday game against Basalt

Now that the Moffat County High School varsity football team is entrenched in the conference portion of its season, the time has come for players to buckle down and get things done on the gridiron. That’s what the Bulldogs hope to accomplish Friday, traveling to Basalt to take on the Longhorns and ideally move up in the rankings of the 2A Western Slope North League.